Miscellany: Jul. 14, 1930

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In Baltimore, John Butz waited for his prize-winning homing pigeon Antwerp to come home from St. Paul, Minn. Four days overdue, faithful Antwerp walked in, denuded of his feathers by a storm and with a painful case of sore feet.


In Seattle, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Burns delayed their honeymoon while police searched for the thief who stole the bridegroom's wooden leg.


In Mason City, Iowa, Mrs. Eugene Larson, getting fatter, sued for divorce. Said she: "My husband made it a rule to kiss me...

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