Miscellany, May 8, 1944

Awful Truth. In Manhattan, New York Post Columnist Leonard Lyons reported that in California a psychiatric patient was asked if he were Napoleon. He craftily said "No." A lie detector showed he was lying.

Deep In the Heart. In Dallas, William S. Hensen, chairman of the Venereal Disease Educational Committee, announced that all the city's faiths would close their week-long participation in his work with the observance of V. D. Sunday.

Dog Story. In New Britain, Conn., Ralph Prims met a man with a dog, claimed the dog was his own. "Prove it," said the stranger. Holding a match in front of...

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