Miscellany, Jan. 5, 1948

Cut-Up. In Los Angeles, Aldewin W. Hasler was sued for $3,550 damages by his ex-wife Daisy, who charged that he had broken the heels off her velvet pumps, cut both the sleeves off her fur coat, punched holes in her nylons, thoroughly shredded one evening dress, cut the backs out of her galoshes, and mixed dirt into her face cream.

Toothache. In Durango, Colo., Mrs. W. J. Wellman, an automobile accident victim, went home from the hospital, felt a pain in her hand a few days later, consulted the doctor, who fixed things by extracting one of her missing teeth from her...

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