Miscellany, Dec. 17, 1945

Winged Victory. In Ottawa, Trolley Motorman George Boulay won a bingo game. Prize: 592 trolley tickets.

Tried & True. In Reno, Bill Crowson asked a policeman how much it cost to slug a wife, was told $50, slugged his, paid it.

Shot in the Dark. In Atlanta, blind Walter McDonald went on a turkey shoot, was first to bag a bird.

Dark Age. In St. Nazianz, Wis., after long postponed repairs were finally completed, street lights went on again for the first time since a 1922 storm put them out.

Clansmen. In Clinton, Mass., Mark O'Toole, arrested by Patrolman Martin O'Toole, on complaint of John...

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