Miscellany: Apr. 8, 1929

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At Indianapolis, one Aaron Everett, 69, grump, quit his son's home because of the incessant radio. Searchers found him nestled in a hollow tree, grumbling over and over "A fellow can't sleep at all," and munching gingersnaps.


At the East View Penitentiary, East View, N. Y., last week arrived Hugh Finn, 55, to begin a six-months' sentence after his 49th conviction. Convict Finn, no minatory criminal, has served sentences only for minor offenses like malicious mischief, petit larceny, abusive language, disorderly conduct.


At South Ozone Park, near Manhattan, one August Zullo...

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