Miscellany, Sep. 13, 1954

Sauce for the Gander. In Chicago, Vito Piovosi, seeking an injunction to keep wife Helen from molesting him, testified that when he cooked a roast loin of pork for Sunday dinner, she: 1) shouted, "What, no applesauce?" 2) threw roast and platter at him, 3) picked up the platter and broke it over his head, knocking him unconscious, 4) poured hot gravy over him as he lay on the floor, 5) stalked out of the house and never returned.

Baited Breath. In Memphis, although not charged with drunken driving, Motorist Howard O. Wright insisted...

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