Miscellany, Nov. 20, 1944

Big Turnover. In Seattle, a taxicab hit a curb, rolled over, disgorged eleven occupants.

Fellow Traveler. In Kingsport, Tenn., Mrs. J. L. Wilks arrived for the Gist annual W.C.T.U. convention, drew from the suitcase she believed to be hers a collection of men's shirts, shorts, and a bottle of whiskey.

Solemnities. In Meridian, Idaho, a wedding began at 7 p.m., the guests began squirming at 7:10, the minister pronounced the couple man & wife at 7:15 — and at 7:16 everyone rushed from the church while the fire department put out a blaze in the basement.

The Cloth. In Vatican City, thieves stripped a...

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