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SHOW GIRL'S FLUFFY HAIR WORTH FORTUNE
New York. Diana 0"ste who has more hair than Lady Godiva, is go
ing to turn a few feet of her wonderful coiffure into coin. A Paris wig
maker has offered Diana $5,000 for three feet of her Titian tresses and, ac
cording to her press agent, the shearing and sail will take place May 1.
The modern Godiva is a show girl in the "Queen of the Movies" and she
needs the money more than she needs the hair. Anyway, she'll have a
couple of feet left which "she may "hock" some day when times are hard.
FORGER AND SWINDLER HELD
Hot Springs, Ark., March 3. Alon
zo J. Whitman, international forgei4,
ex-member of Chicago Stock Ex
change, wanted for swindling at Zion
City, 111., woman out of $2,500, and
Jackson de 'Forest, of many aliases,
Whitman's pal, wanted for raising $6
check to $6,000' and getting away
with it, held awaiting extradition.
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John Burke, 42, 5330 S. Wabash
av., overcome by sewer gas. Revived
by oxygen machine.