Miscellany, Apr. 17, 1950

Bureaucracy's Tide. In Goderich, Ont., Walter Henry, 92, gave up riding his motorcycle because it was "too much red tape and too much nuisance getting a license."

Salesmanship. In Columbus, Ohio, Magazine Salesman Daniel Soloff, who chased a young housewife from room to room, explained to police: "It was just in fun." '

Case in Point. In Lawton, Okla., Scoutmaster Joseph Anthony Pierce, out on a camping trip with eight boys to teach them woodsmanship and trail blazing, got lost from camp for nine hours.

Point of View. In Washington, D.C., police dropped charges against Stanley V. Baranauskas for driving through eight stop signs,...

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