Miscellany, Nov. 8, 1954

In the Gutter. In Compton, Calif., James A. Beasley was fined $100 for reckless flying, despite his explanation that "I was flying too low because my wife wanted to point out the bowling alley where she bowled."

Discount Rate. In Baltimore, Anna Foll testified that her estranged husband, Albert Foll, waited until she cashed her $75 weekly alimony check, then forcibly took the money away from her to pay the next week's alimony installment.

Eclectic. In lola, Kans., granted a divorce from Clara Kimzey, 70, and warned that he could not...

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