Miscellany, Apr. 30, 1956

Sunday Punch. In Port Arthur, Ont., Gordon Keith and William Stapely were arrested for disturbing a religious meeting after they went to The Pentecostal Church, disrupted services by praying too loud.

Sunny Side Up. In Hackensack, N.J., Mrs. Harriett Paula Bisagni got a divorce after testifying that her husband forced her to eat her breakfast on the kitchen floor which he made her scrub with a fingernail brush.

Test Pilot. In Sao Paulo, Brazil, finally gratifying his long-felt urge to fly, ex-Aircraft Mechanic Olimpio Martines Neto, 27, hopped in a twin-engine DC-3 at the city airport, kept it aloft for...

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