Miscellany, Mar. 11, 1957

Scrambled? In Sydney, Australia, Mrs. Gwendolyne Kelly got a divorce after she told the judge that she returned home early from a vacation, found her husband in bed with a woman who mistook her for the maid, ordered bacon and eggs.

Blow, Gabriel. In Boston, Thomas J. Owens drew a three-month sentence for theft after he stole a $300 trumpet, aroused suspicion by trying to peddle it first as a clarinet, then as a trombone.

Shoot If You Must. In Kingman, Ariz., when gun-waving Convict Charles Turner burst into an Episcopal parsonage one jump ahead of a sheriff's posse, 82-year-old Miss Louise Freeland...

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