Miscellany, Jun. 4, 1945

Quite Contrary. In Fallen, Nev., Victory Gardener M. B. Johnson girded himself for another season, hoped that this year, for a change, his crossbred tomato-potato plant would blossom with the spuds in the ground.

Instep Out. In Sunbury, Pa., William E. Moyer was sent home by the Army because there were no G.I. shoes to fit his size 1 feet.

Sweet & Lowdown. In Manhattan, Saxophonist Ernest Andreano was arrested for stealing a shaker full of sugar from a Horn & Hardart Automat.

Five Hundred Smackers. In Milwaukee, the will of Bachelor Arthur Machek...

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