Dots & Dashes. In Superior, Wis., Moris Barieult, a railroad worker, explained n court why he set upon three bunkmates with an iron poker: he suspected they were plotting an attack on him by snoring n Morse code.
Distinction. In Reno, the Nevada State Journal listed: "New modern furnished apartments. Pets welcome. No children."
Virtue's Reward. In Ann Arbor, Mich., Henry Heil slipped a coin into a parking meter to help an unknown motorist whose time had run out, was promptly arrested under a city ordinance prohibiting unauthorized persons from putting coins in meters.
Star Witness. In Santa Barbara, Calif., young Roger H. Janetzky...