Miscellany, Oct. 30, 1950

Treadmill. In Brantford, Ont., William J. Farr admitted stealing $24, explained that he needed the money to pay the court costs of a previous conviction.

Bare Essential. In Atlantic City, N.J., an advertiser offered to let a modern, two-story house for $40 a month, made only one stipulation: "Tenants must live in accordance with American Sunbathers Association requirements."

Lost Chords. In Los Angeles, Jacqueline Sisson, suing her hairdresser, declared that scalp burns suffered while getting her hair done had "impaired, retarded and affected her psychic powers to read musical tunes in the minds of her audience."

Above Suspicion. In Clovis, N. Mex., the Bar...

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