Miscellany, Aug. 5, 1946

Dogged Attempt. In Chicago, Mrs. Louise Schoeffler filed suit for separate maintenance, complained that Husband Otto had "attempted to push and shove a small puppy dog down [her] throat."

Bowled Over. In Redwood City, Calif., members of the local OPA board were astounded by an overnight change in the office: the ceiling had collapsed.

Horse Power. In Morrison, Ill., Horsewoman Joan Potter was slightly bruised and her horse slightly cut in a collision with a bus, which suffered a broken windshield, two smashed headlights, a damaged steering gear.

Eager Beaver. In Atlanta, Mosky Yalovitz absentmindedly placed his new $12.50 hat on a counter in...

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