Miscellany, Apr. 2, 1956

Pro. In Paterson, N.J., Matti Raivio was found guilty of stealing $193 from a liquor store despite his explanation to the court: "As a man trained as a saboteur and a spy, I would not commit such a childish type of crime."

The Hard Way. In Dayton, Charles Balke was arrested after he cracked into three garages, rammed into the side of a house, careened across three lawns, ran down a rosebush, bounced off a tree, crunched into a parked convertible—all in an attempt to put his car in his garage.

Keys to the Kingdom. In Enfield, England, Mrs. Horace Westgarth was granted...

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