Miscellany: Aug. 11, 1930

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Lucretia

In Stockton, Calif., J. A. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Lucretia McConnell were ordered by a court to pay $11,783 to Julian Williamson for injuries sustained by Julian Williamson when Mrs. Lucretia McConnell invited J. A. Fitzgerald to kiss her, resulting in the wreck of the automobile in which they were all riding.

Brothers

In Trenton, N. J., Charles Slayton sued for divorce. So did his brother Harry. Charles retained John C. Anderson as his attorney. So did his brother Harry. Charles said his wife was guilty of misconduct at Little River, N. J., last...

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