Miscellany, Jun. 1, 1959

Closed Season. In Dayton, police wrote a note of reminder: "Sacksteder's restaurant will, hereafter, have a man on duty all night to act as janitor and night watchman; his name is Bill Amos; please don't shoot Amos."

Torch Carrier. In Eiseldorf, Germany, Farmer's Daughter Agnes Schwimmbeck, questioned about setting fire to her father's barn and farmhouse, confessed that she loved a member of the local volunteer fire brigade, wanted to lure him to the farm.

Handicap. In Chicago, police could not find the culprit when Boston Linwood complained that his car had been damaged...

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