Miscellany, Dec. 5, 1932


In Bridgeport, Conn., police charged Harry Goldberger, 35, with being the hit-&-run driver of a motor truck which killed his father, Kalman Goldberger, 70. Father Goldberger, unable to read or write, had charged his sons in Superior Court with inducing him to sign a paper transferring to them his prosperous produce business. The Court ordered the sons to pay him $1,000 at once, $40 monthly for the remainder of his life.


In Detroit, Negro Robert Harris, member of the Order of Islam (religious society), was arraigned on a first degree murder charge...

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