AGED MILLIONAIRE DIES
AS BODY CRASHES CAR
John J. Rismond, 52, structural iron worker on the magnificent Crowly Building now being erected at ninety-sixth and Lexington
and died at two-fifteen, today.
Rismond's body hit the fancy-work on the second floor outside (a tuft
of hair remains) and then catapulted into the luxurious
limousine of J.J. Crowly, millionaire, and then sat erect,
mussing up the heavy, beautiful plush with blood.
It is four o'clock now, and the Crowly Building stands in the brilliant moonlight, a cenotaph to J.J. Crowly, millionaire, who died as
he was about to enter his car; and to John J. Rismond, structural
iron worker, who fell.
From Quintillions (NY: American Sunbeam Publisher, 2005)