Miscellany, Nov. 19, 1956

Bulletin. In Wichita, Kans., after twelve months of only scattered rains, drought-conscious U.S. Weather Bureau Meteorologist Fred Wells looked out the window, teletyped: "NOW HEAR THIS NOW

HEAR THIS NOW HEAR THIS RAIN HAS JUST STARTED AT THE AIRPORT. GOODY GOODY GOODY."

So Help Me ... In Hartford, Conn., after Complainant Mrs. Lulu Cowles rattled off 30 minutes of rapid-fire testimony during her damage suit against a bus company, despite warnings from the bench and cautioning gestures, pleas for brevity from her own attorney, exasperated Judge John R. Thim called a recess, heard the flood flow again when court resumed, declared a mistrial.

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