CRIME: Rascal Sentenced

In the District of Columbia's Supreme Court last week Gaston Bullock Means, national rascal, stood with arms akimbo and a smile on his dimpled face, listening to his third sentence to Federal prison. For duping rich Mrs. Evelyn Walsh McLean, estranged wife of the former publisher of the Washington Post and publisher of the Cincinnati Enquirer, out of $100,000 on the pretext that he could find the Lindbergh baby (TIME, May 16), Rascal Means was given ten years imprisonment. For duping her out of $4,000 expense money he got another five years. The...

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