Miscellany, Sep. 1, 1941

Non-Conformist. In The Bronx, a parrot scheduled to whistle over the radio was barred when he started to whistle an ASCAP tune.

Guest. In Roscoe, N.Y., a motorist felt a bump, stopped, glanced around, found a horse in the back seat.

Samaritans. In Tilton, N.H., friends of a sick farmer pitched his hay into the barn for him. The overburdened barn collapsed, killed eight cows.

Legend. In Kansas City, Mo., another one-armed paperhanger caught another case of hives.

Enforcement. In Denver, police impounded the car of an Illinois tourist who had traveled 4,000 miles without...

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