Miscellany, Nov. 1, 1954

Family Reunion. In Wethersfield, Conn., Lawrence Cousineau, charged with disturbing the peace, pleaded for leniency on the grounds that his wife and both his sons were already serving jail sentences.

Oh, It's You. In Milwaukee, suing for divorce, Adolph Urfer said that he did not think his wife Ella was in the courtroom, then when she was pointed out to him, explained that they had been separated since 1938 and he did not recognize her.

Stable Door. In Monroe, La., city fathers voted to renovate the 44-year-old local jail after 90-lb. Prisoner Betty Grayson ripped...

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