Miscellany, Apr. 10, 1950


King's X. In El Paso, Frederico Taron denied an assault charge by explaining: "I didn't hit anybody but my wife."

Own Back Yard. In Muscatine. Iowa, police searched high & low for William Newsander, charged with desertion from the Air Force, found him at the annual Policemen's ball.

The Last Straw. In Pittsburgh, after 21-year-old Donald McGouldrick had broken in for the seventh time to take or break $500 worth of merchandise. Willie & Sammy's bargain variety store closed out in a "We Quit" sale.

Reprieve. In Boston. Clerk Lawrence R. Grode of the Massachusetts House of Representatives breathed easier after legislators killed a...

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