Miscellany, Mar. 15, 1948

Sparrow's Fall. In Seattle, after nine hours' deliberation, a federal jury decided that George Bohnstedt was guilty of reusing a canceled five-cent stamp.

Circumstantial. In Plymouth, Mass., a charge of intoxication was filed against Church Organist Edward Ward, who had aroused the suspicion of police by rendering the St. Louis Blues on the Unitarian Church bells.

Half a Loaf. In Chicago, M. J. Lovell, director of the National Association of Shirt and Pajama Manufacturers, bit his' lip and reported that pajama sales average only half a pajama per man per year — a situation...

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