Miscellany: Apr. 1, 1929

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In Chicago, White Hozie, Negro truck driver for the Aristo Floral Co., attempted to sell some flowers, was arrested. They had been picked by him from graves in the Bohemian National Cemetery.


In Manhattan, a patrolman found one John Sawyer, 65, lying face down upon the floor of his basement apartment, dead from a fall or foul play; around the corpse, unblinking, motionless, sat six cats.


In San Francisco, the Southern Pacific R.R. was adjudged guilty of adding 80 pounds to the weight of a female passenger. Aboard a Southern Pacific ferry, Mrs. Elsie Rea, 20, fell. Injuries to thyroid and pituitary glands...

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