Miscellany, Nov. 14, 1938


In Galveston, Texas, G. Martini, assistant manager of a cinema theatre, was on his way to deposit the day's box-office receipts of You Can't Take It With You. In the lobby of the bank a bandit held up Manager Martini, took it with him.


In Manhattan, Douglas G. Hertz, Rockleigh, N. J. sportsman, submitted a bid of $850,000 to the City of New York for the sale of its Tombs Prison. If his bid is accepted, he plans to use it during the World's Fair as a museum of famed crimes and...

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