Miscellany, Jul. 24, 1933


Hail In Richland County, Wis., Roy Ewing ran barefoot to his barn wrecked by a July hailstorm, stood ankle-deep in hail while freeing his cattle, had his feet frozen.

Prospector Near Romeo, Mich., J. W. Fowler, 73, near-blind pauper worn from a lifetime of prospecting for gold, was informed that a $15,000 legacy had been awaiting him for 70 years. Asked what he would do with his money, Prospector Fowler's dim eyes gleamed. Said he: "I know of a wonderful mining country in Canada where a man can make a fortune...."

Puffer In West Paterson, N. J. a crowd...

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