Miscellany, Dec. 22, 1958

All That Litters. In Eau Gallie, Fla., John Ginty, who catches stray animals for the city at $2 per dog and $1 per cat, sent in a bill for $11 after a cat he cornered had ten kittens.

Odd Job. In London, an industrial accident-claims tribunal heard a claimant's case, ruled that he "is fit for suitable work which does not involve standing, sitting, bending or lying down."

W.C.T.U.-Turn. In Bowmanville, Ont., a plebiscite victory over the Drys was won by the Wets, operating out of campaign headquarters on Temperance Street.

Impatient. Near Brainerd, Minn., state cops chased down a wailing ambulance, told the...

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