Miscellany, May 13, 1935


In the Middlebourne (W. Va.) jail, three prisoners stole the home-made fudge that Prisoner John Light's wife had brought him. It poisoned them.


In Pullman (Wash.) after J. L. Blalock had showed off before an auction crowd by stepping up to a bull and knocking him silly with a right to the jaw, police charged Blalock with wearing brass knuckles under his glove.


In Great Meadow Prison, Comstock, N. Y., Earl Peacox, sentenced in 1928 to 20 years-to-life for the murder of his wife, passed his college entrance examinations, planned to...

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