Miscellany, Oct. 7, 1946

Smart Move. In Los Angeles, Howard Taylor told his tenants to move, learned they had, taking his house with them.

Recidivist. In Newark, Health Department officials built a trap for disease-bearing pigeons, watched one bird escape four times, dash back to show other birds how.

Color Scheme. In Worcester, Mass., Henry Moisan sued Beautician Bruce Lord for $25,000, claimed that he had been held prisoner, guarded by a war-trained Great Dane, had his hair dyed red.

Lucky Strike. In Meadville, Pa., William Hughes, awakened by a scratching noise, thought it was a mouse, reached for a club, swung, kayoed a burglar.

Cautious. On Guernsey in...

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