Miscellany, Oct. 9, 1933


In Grand Rapids, Mich. Lorence T. Holtzlander, 63, his son Zenith, 16, and two friends were arrested, charged with stealing a 40-ton locomotive, a steam shovel, railroad tracks.


In Providence, R. I. a Persian kitten fell out of an airplane, landed in the backyard of Mary E. Makepeace, lived.


In Manhattan, police went to the home of Negro John Mitchell, chicken thief, found him in bed with 40 dead chickens.


Near Aurora, Ill. L. W. Talbot, driving a truckload of piglets to the Chicago stockyards, had to stop when the road...

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