Miscellany, May 9, 1949

Hearth & Home. In Hollywood, Mrs. Catharine Gretchen Lombardo, suing for divorce, charged that her husband spent hours teaching their four-year-old daughter to shoot dice. In Newark, N.J., Mrs. Martha Giles got a divorce after testifying that her husband hit her with a live eel. In St. Louis, Mrs. Brigitte Fitzpatrick, wife of-a psychologist, won her divorce after testifying that her husband kept analyzing her in front of their friends.

No Overtime. In St. Louis, Walter Mingo, admitting 40 apartment burglaries told police he attributed his success to keeping strict union hours—9 to 4, five days a week.

Last Call. In Mexico City,...

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