Miscellany, Apr. 11, 1949

Pints & Pints. In Beverly Hills, Calif., Joseph E. Maranghi, charged with drunkenness, told the court that he had celebrated his release from jail on a similar charge by selling a pint of his blood, buying booze with the proceeds. Cause & Effect. In Astoria, N.Y., Walter Stanger, whose two small runaway sons had just been picked up by police for the sixth time, complained: "It's you cops. You give the boys so much ... ice cream and candy . . ."

Line of Duty. In Jacksonville, Judge Edwin L. Jones fined Nightclub Bouncer W. W. Standfield $350, ruled that...

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