Animals: Brooklyn Farmers

Most city folk would buy a farmfirst and stock it afterward, but not Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Massula of Brooklyn. They believe in buying livestock when the buying is good. Last week Mr. Massula could not go to court because he was out lookingfor a farm, so Mrs. Massula appeared to answer a charge of keeping two bargain sheep and ten bargain goats behind their house in Brooklyn's swarming, slummy Williamsburg district. A sympathetic magistrate gave the Massulas three more weeks to find their farm.

Newshawks soon discovered that the Massulas, sturdy immigrants from Italy, were harboring...

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