National Affairs: Parole

Onetime Representative John Wesley Langley of Kentucky was so well-loved by the people of his district that they elected his wife to Congress when he was in the Atlanta Penitentiary for conspiracy to violate the Prohibition law. Last week he was paroled by the Department of Justice, after serving eleven months of his two-year term. His wife, on her way to meet him, denied that he would become her secretary when she goes to Congress next year. Said she:

"I wish to say to everyone, and particularly to the host of loyal friends regardless...

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