Miscellany, Mar. 14, 1955

Occupational Therapy. In Buenos Aires, arrested for undertaking to cure liver ailments at $21.75 a treatment by having her patients dance the mambo, Healer Dona Pancha, 59, paused en route to jail to mix herself a magic potion of liquids, unguents and powders to ward off claustrophobia.

S.O.P. In Milwaukee, after listening to testimony that John S. Hanley drank to excess, threatened to leave his wife, failed to assume domestic responsibilities, refused to hang storm windows, shovel snow or cut the grass, Judge Robert C. Cannon dismissed Mrs. Barbara Hanley's divorce suit, told...

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