Miscellany, Apr. 26, 1943

Visiting Around. In a Bronx court, Mrs.

Rose Hein complained that she had found John Looney intruding in her bedroom, said he told her that he was "looking for a Mr. Grossman, a furrier." Mr. Looney told the judge that he was really trying to peddle some tea.

Traffic Hazard. In Richmond, Calif., when Autoist Charles Foley made a slow left turn, meticulously hand-signaling out the window, he lost his wrist watch to a light-fingered pedestrian.

Officially Yours. In Madison, Wis., Secretary of State Fred R. Zimmerman, Acting Governor for a day, promptly wrote Secretary...

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