Miscellany, Jan. 21, 1952

Wrong Buss. In Cairo, bidding farewell to his sweetheart, Moustafa Ibrahim, 16, kissed the pane of her train window, was fined $14 by a Moslem court for committing an "indecent public act."

Talent Scout. In Chicago, Lawrence I. Lowell, 35, sued his ex-fiancée, Mrs. Rose Cichon Potocki, 28, for $2,500, to cover expenses of his courtship and reimbursement for some of the time devoted to her "which could have been used seeking wife material."

Shock Treatment. In Bellingham, Wash., for the walls of the jail's cell for drunks, Police Chief George Houde ordered appropriate decoration: pink elephants and green snakes.

Anger in the Pantry....

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