Miscellany, Dec. 11, 1933


In Nashville, Tenn., a magistrate levied a $2 fine for reckless driving against Franklin D. Roosevelt, Negro.


In Chicago, drunken Lee Ingram, 58, was jailed when his 81-year-old mother told a judge he had stolen her false teeth to buy liquor.


In Montevideo, Uruguay, 500 tuberculous hospital patients declared that their food was unfit to eat, went on a hunger strike. Doctors & nurses insisted the food was good, induced them to break the strike after two days. Few hours after their first meal most of the patients, all the doctors &...

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