Miscellany, Nov. 30, 1931


Near Alpine, N. J., police removed one David Testori from a narrow ledge on the Palisades 300 ft. above the river. He had lived there two months, with a tarpaulin cover, a newspaper bed. some bread and potatoes, a razor, a fish hook, a bank book showing deposits of $719. He said he was afraid of people in New York.


In Manhattan, one "Joe Stone or No Name, the Miracle Man," who makes his living by acting like a robot, was fined $2 under an ordinance which forbids use of "mechanical or sound-making...

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