Miscellany, Nov. 24, 1941

Tax. In Salem, Mass., a Spitz dog was held liable to pay an inheritance tax on a $2,000 legacy.

Holing Up. At Bear Mountain, N.Y., a groundhog named Albert broke zoo for the second time in two weeks, got six feet underground before he was located. The zoo gave up, let him hibernate.

Trillion? In Memphis, a daughter was born to Mr. & Mrs. G. I. Billions.

Scout. At Camp Robinson, Ark., Private Henry Placke was discovered to have joined a local Boy Scout troop, earned ten merit badges, qualified as an Eagle Scout. The Army discharged under-age Private Placke.

Little Helper. In Jackson Heights,...

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