Le th he i trac' Grant 4 Divorces in Local Four divorces, all granted in circuit -court Monday, are as fol.ows: fol.ows: Dorothy Wosinski. 29 Mukwonago Mukwonago route 2, from Raymond Wos- nski, 38, same address, on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The wife received the divorce and custody of a son, 8. The couple will sell their home within one year and the wife will receive 40 per cent and the husband 60 per cent of the net proceeds. The husband husband is to pay $50 a month support support money. The couple was married married Aug. 28, 1943. Elaine Mantsch, 25, town of Brookfield, from Donald Mantsch, 27, same address, on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple will sell their home and divide the proceeds equally. The wife received the divorce, won custody of a three-year-old son and will receive S20 a week support money. The couple was married Nov. 30, 1946. Yvonne E. Orlando. 22, Pewaukee, Pewaukee, from Salvator A. Orlando, 28, Buffalo, N. Y. on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The wife won the divorce and received custody custody of a one-year-old son, and the husband will pay 51 a year alimony alimony and $60 a month support money. The couple was married July 28, 1951. Jean Brixius Stibor, 35. town of Brookfield, from Robert Stibor, 36. same address, on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The wife won the divorce, title to the couple's couple's home and custody of two boys, aged nine and four. She pay the mortgage 'on the home and debts totaling more than ?2,000. ?2,000. The husband must pay $75 month support money for each child. The couple was married June 28, 1941. Gang Held for Assault, Battery BALTIMORE ffl--A 20-year-old woman and five members of her gang were held in a total of $170,000 bail yesterday for a series of assaulf and robbery cases. Police said Mrs. Elsie May Brown planned the crimes, recruited recruited the men and acted as lookout while the jobs were pulled. She was held in S47.500 bail. Her husband and four others were also held. All are Negroes. Mrs. Brown pleaded guilty to but one of the holdup charges. Blames Shoes for Tipsy Appearance SOMERVHXE. Mass, m-A year-old laborer told a District Court judge yesterday that he wasn't drunk, as a policeman charged--it was his shoes that were tight. He displayed a pair of new and told the judge: "It's these shoes. They hurt me so much couldn't walk straight."