Miscellany, Nov. 26, 1945

Miss-nomers. In Ottawa, an application for government "baby bonuses" was received from an Eskimo with four daughters, all named Sammy.

Pilgrim's Progress. In Miami, Temper ance Christian was charged with drunkenness.

Home Is the Hunter. In Eddington, Me., the menfolk returned empty-handed from a day's hunting to find that Mrs. Willard K. Hillier, 70, had bagged a bear in her backyard.

Bingo. In Los Angeles, Policemen B. G. Smith and A. J. Wycoff were not un pleasantly surprised when a motorist who had just hit a pedestrian turned out to be their old top sergeant....

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