RUSSIA: Red Notes

> Soviet Justice caught up last week with eleven phonograph record speculators, the suddenly notorious "SPECTOR AND MYZNIKOV AND THEIR ACCOMPLICES," as Moscow called them. Spector & Myznikov, well knowing that the State Music Stores have nothing like enough phonograph records to supply the wants of Moscow's phonograph addicts, neglected to stay away from those stores as the State desires patriots to do in order that some records may always be "offered for sale" and appearances kept up.

When daring Spector & Myznikov went so far as to enter the stores singly...

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