Miscellany, Aug. 1, 1932


In Chicago startled streetcar passengers were evicted from the car while Sarah Johnson, colored, gave birth to a baby. Sarah Johnson said the circumstances provided a name for the child, called it "Caroline."'


In Aiken County, S. C., Farmer George Jackson ran amok, slew two of his uncles, an aunt, three cousins. He was convicted, sentenced to electrocution July 29. Last week 15 of George Jackson's surviving relatives petitioned Governor Ibra Charles Blackwood not to reprieve him.


In Manhattan, William Eisen paytelephoned, got the wrong number. Patient, he inserted another nickel,...

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