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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – December 14, 1920

Uptown Susanville in the mid 1920’s

Young Man Gets Nifty Sentence
December 14, 1920


A young man named Waterhouse was brought before Justice Arnold early this week for being too handy with his fists, and received a sentence that will probably cause him to put brakes on his pugilistic inclinations hereafter.

The battery was made upon the person of a man old enough to be his grandfather, and was brought about by a controversy over potatoes stored in the basement under the Advocate office.

Waterhouse was given a sentence of $100 fine and thirty days in jail.

This ought to teach him to curb his angry passions.

 

Marshel Couso
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