Miscellany, Aug. 25, 1941

Justice. In Baltimore, a judge offered to let a woman name the sentence of her husband, accused of beating her up. She asked life imprisonment.

Independence. Near Boston, a grounded sloop abandoned by its crew on Deer Island floated out to sea, sailed to Plymouth by itself.

Luck. In St. Paul, Minn., police arrested three visitors at a hotel where the American Legion was holding a State convention. They carried 200 pairs of loaded dice.

Tiff. In England, a young pair who had had a lovers' quarrel took 50 years to cool off, finally got the knot tied. The place: Knott End.

Crime. In Meridian,...

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