Miscellany, Jun. 12, 1939


In Clarkesville, Ga. Police Chief Segers held up a bank, seized $330, tore through the business district in a city truck scattering the currency. Said Sheriff Frank Wofford who arrested him: "Quite evidently something has happened to him."


In Crouch, Idaho, State Prison guards lost a bloodhound, used another one to find him.


In Boston, James Moran hired twelve men, varying from cross-eyed to farsighted, issued them muskets with blank cartridges, marched them out to Bunker Hill, reconstructed the Revolutionary battle, to prove that Captain William Prescott could not have shouted: "Don't...

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