Miscellany, Jun. 10, 1946

Of Men & Mice. In Albuquerque, N. Mex., Willie Salas casually pocketed a three-foot bullsnake which was sunning itself on the running board of a parked car, announced to popeyed spectators: "I've got mice in my cellar."

Nary a Hitch. In Seattle, C. W. Johnson made thorough preparation for a motor trip, rigged two lifelike dummies in his car to discourage hitchhikers.

Occupational Hazard. In Manhattan. ex-Con John Boulter, picked up for carrying a gun, explained that the crime wave had him worried.

Prognosis. In Brooklyn, an anxious patient, sweating out an approaching operation at Beth David Hospital, got a card entitling him to...

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