Miscellany, Nov. 16, 1942

Dividend. In Chicago, Gin Moy was convicted of pinching a couple of showgirls, caught sight of them in court, ran over and pinched them again, went off to jail laughing happily.

All You Can Drink. In Hollywood, Restaurateur George Paris pondered the coffee shortage, presently put up a sign: "We have plenty of coffee. First cup 5¢. Second cup, $100."

Solution by Fire. In New Brighton, Pa., Anthony John Corry found his wife was out playing bridge. He set his house afire, told police: "When a man slaves for years to build a home, he...

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