Miscellany, Jan. 11, 1960

Internal Matter. In Miami, freed of a petty larceny charge for eating candy, strawberries, bananas, string beans and a package of sugar-coated ham while shopping in a supermarket, Mrs. Marie Schor said indignantly, "Why, I've been eating there for more than five years."

Busy Line. In Indianapolis, charged with burglary when police caught him taking a phone apart with hammer, screw driver, mallet and can opener, James H. Coleman explained: "I was just trying to recover a dime I lost."

No Drilling. In Cuneo, Italy, during a party celebrating his tenth year of dental practice, Bernardino Lerda was arrested by authorities, who discovered...

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