Miscellany, Nov. 10, 1958

Grime Bomb. In Denver. Dr. James L. Tuck, thermonuclear research chief at Los Alamos. N. Mex.. caused much speculation by keeping an oddly bulging briefcase always at his side during a conference, later revealed that it contained part of his wife's vacuum cleaner, which she had asked him to have fixed in Denver.

Let Fraudom Ring. In Hamm, West Germany, deciding a case, the state labor court ruled officially that "men are not capable to deal with household work."

Thrift. In Ridgewood. N.J., police picked up Irwin A. Leibowitz for using a slug in a pay telephone, found that he had $899.60 in...

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