Cherrie Armour, the year of her alimony dispute and a damages suit following a hit-and-run automobile accident, Los Angeles, 1940
- Cherrie Armour, the year of her alimony dispute and a damages suit following a hit-and-run automobile accident, Los Angeles, 1940
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- Miss Cherrie Armour, daughter of an oil company executive, who faced many legal woes in 1940. In January she went to court to try to stop her ex-husband James Monroe Jefferson from reducing her alimony payments. In September she was sentenced to a year in county jail and forced to pay a settlement to Jean and Josephine Rose for injuring them in a hit-and-run car accident, during which Armour was under the influence of alcohol.
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