Miscellany, Feb. 13, 1956

Revival of the Fittest. In Paris, Leon Sellier, in a fit of pique, flung his girl friend out his fourth-floor apartment window, landed in the hospital with cuts and bruises after she bounced off a canvas awning, ran back upstairs, cracked him on the head with a wine bottle.

Basic Equipment. In Arkansas City, Kansas, police booked Lawrence Schulte after they picked him up for parole violation, found in his pocket a note: "Hand over all the money you have because I have a gun."

Target Practice. In Nanaimo. B.C., Kathleen Pojee was fined $12.50 for...

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