Miscellany, Jun. 23, 1947

Migratory Worker. On Oahu Island, Hawaii, Plumber Jerry Kennedy heard of a job opening on another island, jumped into his 30-ft, sailboat, sailed over to apply—on Guam, 42 days and over 3,000 miles away.

The Rat. In Oslo, Aage Hjersing was indicted as a war collaborator. Among other charges: he gave the Wehrmacht aid & comfort by selling them 64 fine Norwegian mousers.

Who's Who. In Chicago, Judge Elmer J. Schnackenberg listened attentively to Witness Andrew Jackson, while across the hall Judge Julius H. Miner explained why he couldn't hear Christopher Columbus Spenson's case right away: first he had to handle legal matters...

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