Miscellany, Jan. 20, 1947

MISCELLANY

Frozen Assets. In Sewickley, Pa., ex-Sergeant Edward Wilson, badly in need of ready cash, finally got his terminal leave pay: $475 in five-year bonds, a Government check for 2¢.

Out of the Blue. In Santa Cruz, Calif., T. H. Campbell returned home one evening to find that swamp gases, blowing over his house, had transformed its gleaming white paint to bright orange.

Woodlot. In Guisborough, England, Police Officer Joseph Wood arrested George Wood, haled him into court, got Robert Wood to testify against him. The charge: stealing wood.

Dogtag. In Chicago, Dolores McCrossen lost...

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