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From: Margaret Ransom <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union,June 6,1929-Court news
Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 21:03:46 -0400
Brooklyn Standard Union
June 6, 1929
LENIENCY SHOWN MAN WHO GAVE HIS BLOOD
Because Operation Cost Job, Court Frees Him
The fact that he submitted to a blood transfusion to save a friends life
and later lost his job when his arm failed to heal properly, aroused sympathy
for William W. DAILE, of Springfield, Ohio, when he appeared before Judge
THORP in Rockville on a charge of petty larceny. DAILE was let off with a
DAILE was caught in the act of siphoning gasoline from an automobile,
Memorial Day morning and had spent six days in the county jail afterwards.
Because of this fact, and his sacrifice in giving blood, Judge THORP said he
felt DAILE had been punished enough.
HER SUITOR WAS WED, TOOK $800, SHE SAYS
Woman Brings Would-Be Business Man to Court
Charging that Max KARNAL, 28, of 206 Rutledge street, wheedled $800 from
her to start a business which he would operate after they were married, Miss
Charlotte WILLIAMS, a stenographer in a downtown Manhattan bank, had KARNAL
arrested on charges of grand larceny. KARNAL is scheduled for a hearing in
Essex Market court.
According to Miss WILLIAMS, KARNAL proposed marriage to her without
mentioning the wife from whom he is separated. She agreed to marry and when he
appeared with a license taken out in Mt. Vernon, she gave him $800 with which
to start business. After getting the money, she said, he failed to appear at
the time set for the wedding, and later she learned of his wife.
Transcribed for the Brooklyn Information Pages by Margaret Ransom
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