Miscellany, Jul. 26, 1954

Visiting Privileges. In Covington, Ky., Judge Joseph P. Goodenough granted a divorce to Mrs. Bernadette Keller, gave her husband, Stanley, access to the fishing worms he had been nurturing in their backyard.

Public Relations. In Montgomeryville, Pa., Dr. William A. Bradley hastily explained that the name of his office-home, "Psychottage," was no reflection on his patients, added: "We're the nuts who live here—all psychologists are nuts."

Mouse Trap. In Jersey City, Mrs. Catherine Hylander. a packing clerk, won $3,200 disability damages from the Commercial Enclosed Fuse Co. after she testified that she had been...

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