Miscellany, Mar. 14, 1960

Dry Ice. In Los Angeles, Laundromat Proprietor Sui Ming Leung, 52, was fined $500 after he admitted trying to steal $1,500 worth of heirloom jewelry that a customer of his was washing in one of the machines.

The Dinghy. In Leicester, England, William Ernest Woodward bought a bicycle to ride the one mile from his house to his garage, where he keeps his Rolls-Royce limousine.

Field Trip. In Memphis, after City Judge Beverly Boushe had showed up at Siena College to give a lecture on memory training, he remembered that the talk was scheduled for the next week.

Fringe Benefit. In St. Paul, the...

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