Miscellany, Jan. 24, 1949

Flat-Hatter. In Lincoln, Neb., Louis Kramer, suing for $25,000, charged that Emil Aksamit was trying to alienate his wife's affections by buzzing their house in an airplane.

Out of Season. In San Juan Bautista, Calif., Catrino M. Lugo aimlessly fired a .45 pistol near the Casa Maria social hall, learned too late, after his speedy arrest, that a score of policemen were having a banquet there.

Merely Bored. In Pralognan, France, police jailed Léopold Dupont, who had taken careful aim with his carbine, scored a bull's-eye on a passing pedestrian's wooden leg.

Hams. In Sudbury, Mass., John H. Whitworth reported that two hens...

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