Miscellany, Jun. 19, 1933

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In Manhattan, a woman asked a Union News employe at the Pennsylvania Depot for information about a train. When he said he did not know, she spat in his face. He retaliated.


In Fairfield, Conn. John Vargo, who had sworn off tobacco for 38 years, accepted a cigaret from a friend, smoked it while he drove home. The smoke got in his eyes. He lost control of the automobile, ran off the road, was taken to the hospital with three broken ribs, a bruised head.


In New York City,...

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