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"POLICE FIND DRUG IN PEDDLER'S CART" Mexican Tamale Vender Fined and Given Jail Sentence for Possession of Marihuana.

With the arrest early Monday of Jim Miditis, Mexican tamale Peddler, at First street and Madison avenue, police detectives believe they had stopped a supply of marihuana which is being distributed in this vicinity. Miditis, through an interpreter, pleaded guilty of possession of the drug before Municipal Judge Moroney. He was fined $100 and given 90 days in the city jail. Both fine and imprisonment were suspended, however, peding an investigation of the case. When arrested by M.L. Lairmore and Virgil Hendricks, detectives. Monday, a quantity of the Mexican drug was found in the tamale cart. Enough of the weed to make hundreds of cigarets was found drying at the Mexican's home, 1019 East Archer avenue, officers testified. The marihuana drug, according to officers, affects the nervous system and city officals recently passed an ordinance forbidding its sale. TULSA DAILY WORLD (OKLAHOMA) Sept. 10, 1929 pg5

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