Miscellany, May 2, 1932


In Middletown, Md., while hoeing his garden. William H. Keller unearthed an eight-inch dud shell, probably fired in the battle of South Mountain, 1862. Twenty-five years ago William H. Keller's brother John was killed when his plough struck a similar shell.


In Stonington. Conn., fined $25 for reckless driving. Walter A. Shaw, student, last June paid with a check upon which he subsequently stopped payment. Stonington officials instituted search for Student Shaw. When they found him last week, Student Shaw had to pay his fine and the costs of finding him:...

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