Miscellany, Apr. 12, 1937

Tumbler

In Cleveland, Joseph J. ("Flying Dutchman") Dunkel, professional parachute jumper who has made 2.226 'leaps from airplanes and balloons without injury, was hospitalized after tumbling off the end of a parked truck.

Grounds

In Los Angeles. Ben M. Lefner sued for divorce on the grounds that his wife refused to live anywhere except in a trailer.

Snap

In Hornell. N. Y., Negro Chef Louis Sight asked Patrolman C. Kenneth Conley to let him look at his blackjack. Chef Sight snapped it inquisitively, knocked himself out.

Randall

In Randall, Wis., having abolished property taxes, granted...

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