Miscellany, Apr. 28, 1947

Rut. In Belvidere, N.J., Clayton Snover, content with his local jail cell after serving his time for drunkenness, refused to be put out even after a 30-day eviction notice.

Not Ready. In Pittsburgh, the burial of Harvey Campbell was called off when the "deceased" showed up before the funeral, denounced the corpse as an impostor.

The Rule. In London, a judge chided William Pegg for chasing his nagging wife with a brandished belt, reminded him, with a £1 fine, that "90 out of 100 men have troublesome wives."

Rush. In Secane, Pa. (pop. 427), Postmistress...

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