Miscellany, Sep. 23, 1946

Editorial Policy. In McCall, Idaho, Editor M. O. Brown increased his paper's page size, told readers why: he was getting too many complaints that the "paper was too small to wrap a bottle of whiskey in."

Place Card. In Jackson, Miss., a theatergoer momentarily dropped out of a ticket line, wisely chalked a mark on a fellow standee's back to keep his place.

Bully. In Bury, England, a tradition-minded bull crashed into a teashop, scattered terrified patrons, broke all the china.

Love on the Dole. In Chicago, Richard Cromwell, told to pay his wife $20 a week alimony, claimed it was not enough, heard...

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