Miscellany, Jun. 4, 1951

Blow Hot, Blow Cold. In Memphis, four months after Johnny Williams broke his wife's jaw because she served his coffee too hot, police were looking for him because she had served the coffee too cold.

Trimmed. In Quezaltenango, Guatemala, Telegrapher Cesar Arnulfo Anleu persuaded a reluctant barber to give him a shave and haircut in exchange for his $1 national lottery ticket, which next day won the $6,000 grand prize.

A for Effort. In Tonawanda, N.Y., a pheasant smashed through a kitchen window in full flight, struck the faucet in the sink and turned on the water, plugged the drain with its body,...

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