Miscellany, Dec. 25, 1950

Engaged. In Washington, D.C., Luther R. Weakley, on trial for first degree murder, was called for jury duty in another case.

New Market. In Phoenix, Ariz., the congregation of the Central Methodist Church, leaving Sunday services, found their cars plastered with liquor advertisements.

Alternative. In Kingston, Ont., the Whig-Standard ran an item in its classified section: "Refined young lady desires bachelor or small apartment."

At Home & Abroad. In Providence, R.I., Harold Fitzpatrick, after a barroom celebration, explained how he happened to throw bricks through 16 panes of glass in a downtown business building: "I thought I was in Woonsocket."

Audition. In Philadelphia, investigating complaints...

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