Miscellany, Jul. 20, 1942

Passenger. In Muskogee, Okla., Patrolman James Hunter arrested a drunk, made a routine search of his automobile, found a securely trussed mountain lion, alive, in the trunk compartment. The drunk remembered helping a friend catch it, but explained he had thought at the time he was seeing things.

Coverage. In Tulsa, a bolt of lightning struck near the Walter Grubb house, gave Mrs. Grubb a shock; a mile to the west, a bolt of lightning struck a telephone pole, narrowly missed Son Lloyd Grubb; seven miles from Tulsa, a bolt of lightning struck near Father Walter Grubb, gave him a shock.

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