Miscellany, Dec. 12, 1932

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In Prescott. Ariz.. Thomas Taylor. 67, retired superintendent of United Verde Copper Co., before committing suicide wrote a will leaving $150,000 to his wife & son, and $10,000 to his daughter Lillian Taylor Briggs "to go to hell on.''


In Washington, Santiago Iglesias has been elected Puerto Rico's resident commissioner in the U. S. Congress. He has eight daughters named Liberty, America, Justice, Fraternity, Equality, Peace, Light and Victory Iglesias.


In Peabody, Mass., dug out from under a collapsed floor with a broken collarbone. Edward McCrossin. 48, was offered...

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