Miscellany: Oct. 8, 1928

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In Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Contrera appeared before Judge Gemmill to secure a divorce. Antonio Contrera, 25, charged misconduct. Maria M. Contrera charged cruelty. A pretty 13-year-old Mexican, she carried with her into the court a doll.


Near St. Louis, Mother Aloysius of the Carmelite Sisters, who had not left her convent for 50 years, moved to a nunnery several miles away. She was taken there in an automobile driven by one William McKenna, who later said:

"She thought I was going at terrific speed, although I never exceeded fifteen miles an hour. She wanted to know why all...

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