Last week at London, Richard Joshua Reynolds, 23, son of the late founder of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Camel cigarets, etc.), was found guilty of killing a man while drunk and driving his motor car. The court sentenced him to five months' light imprisonment for manslaughter.

Last week at Los Angeles, Mrs. Alexander Pantages, wife of the western theatrical chain man, was charged with murder for killing a man while drunk and driving her motor car.

Last week at London, Denys Stanley Thomas, Royal Air Force officer,...

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