Traveler In Richmond, Va., one Henry Perkins, jobless hitchhiker, begged a night's lodging at a police station. Given a cell, he spread newspapers on the floor, opened an expensive suitcase, dressed himself in silk pajamas. Then he took from his suitcase a small spray gun, sprayed the cot thoroughly, went to bed.
In Tarrytown, N. Y., William R. Laudy drove up to the railroad station in a burning automobile just as his train for New York was leaving. Commuter Laudy caught his train, left his automobile in flames.
In Shawnee, Okla., one...