Miscellany, Sep. 2, 1940

Laundresses

In England, an R. A. F. pilot made a forced landing near a laundry, was nearly smothered in kisses by 43 war-hungry laundresses.

Statute

In Rochester, N. H., a midnight prowler awakened a 15-year-old girl by tickling her feet, was jailed for breaking and entering and for "tickling the feet of a minor without her consent."

Legs

In Mobile, Ala., Negro Driver Carlton Gray knocked down five-year-old Jerry Richardson, broke his leg. With police hot in pursuit, Hit-&-Runner Gray jumped from his car, broke his own leg.

Job

In Louisville, partners of Jefferson...

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