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March 31, 1938

March 31, 2008 |  7:45 am

Above, film novice Charlie McCarthy blows his top. Below, vegetable peddler George Sakalis, a key witness in the Earle Kynette case, gets additional protection after complaining that he is being followed by private detectives ... The head of the VFW calls for assistance in the form of jobs or pensions for the "Lost Generation" of World War I ...  Dogs are under a state quarantine because of rabies ... And Harold "Bud" Marshall hopes to regain the use of his legs after being paralyzed when he was shot in the spine during a robbery.


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