Miscellany, Apr. 19, 1948

Beware of the Child. In Dallas, a distraught woman complained to police that a three-year-old child kept biting her great Dane.

Worldly Goods. In Berkeley, Calif., James D. Morton explained to the judge why his traffic fine had not been paid: he had given his wife the money to do it, and she had used it for a down payment on a divorce.

Benefit. In Nebraska City, Neb., the Junior Chamber of Commerce spent three months planning a benefit horse show, finally gave it, grossed $10,435.73, spent $10,435.41, turned the 32¢ profit over to charity.

Disturbance. In Mexico City, Valentin Gernilla Herida leaped to...

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