Miscellany, Apr. 24, 1950

A Man's Heart. In Metz, France, Jean Rozaire, hospitalized for three months after his wife carved him with a scythe, asked the court to free her before her year's sentence is up because he doesn't know how to cook.

Off Day. In Milwaukee, George Hauf, arrested for drunkenness, was asked by police why he was riding a streetcar early Tuesday morning without any pants, explained that he thought it was Monday.

Home Fires. In Sydney, Australia, Walter John Henry Watson got a divorce from wife Jean Lillian when he testified that she poured alcohol over him while he slept, and put a...

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