Miscellany, Oct. 11, 1937


In Idaho Falls, Idaho, Eldon Cleverly was sentenced to jail for attempted rape. His pregnant wife promptly went to Boise, paraded through the State Capitol corridors, announced: "I will walk up and down till something is done for my husband. I'll have my baby in the hallways." Impressed, Governor Barzilla Clark let it be known that he would appeal to the State Pardon Board for the prisoner, because "such action on my part may be warranted.'-'


In Joliet, Ill., Taxidriver Guy Tremper picked up a fare who asked to be shown the...

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