Miscellany, Jan. 14, 1935

Court Scene

In San Francisco, Calif., Nazzareno Tinti was sentenced to life imprisonment after confessing to the murder of John Pavia. At trial's end Widow Pavia rose from counsel's table to find herself face-to-face with Wife Tinti. ''An eye for an eye," screamed the widow, "a tooth for a tooth." Then abruptly she slumped, sobbing, into the other's arms. 'I am sorry. I am sorry." moaned the wife. Closely embraced, widow and wife wept together.


In Chicago, President O. C. Hulett of the Burlington (Wis.) Liars' Club announced that the diamond-studded gold medal...

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