Miscellany, May 5, 1941

Found. In Siler City, N. C., embarrassed Attorney L. P. Dixon inserted an ad in the local paper: "Found—one liquor still—complete with cap and worm on or near my land. Owner please identify and pay for this ad."

Local Option. In Orfordville, Wis., citizens voted 121-to-113 against sale of beer, 126-to-121 for sale of hard liquor.

Best Man. In Brooklyn, N. Y., Salvatore Criscione, best man at the wedding of Charles Giangarra, was arrested for kidnapping him and holding him for $10,000 ransom.

Collegian. In Lynn, Mass., Mrs. Agnes Toczylowski, 24, sued her husband...

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