Miscellany, Nov. 21, 1949

Occupational Hazard. In Richmond, the Virginia State Industrial Commission allowed a claim of $176 for medical expenses to Actor Mell Turner, who said that during a love scene he misjudged the distance, broke his nose on the leading lady's forehead.

Homework. In Sidney, Neb., Merle E. Faulkner explained to police how he happened to be carrying an uprooted parking meter on his shoulder: he had been having a little trouble pilfering its hoard and had decided to work on it at his leisure elsewhere.

Billet Doux. In Portland, Me., Floyd Kierstead, suing for divorce, charged his wife with carrying on a correspondence with...

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