Miscellany, Jul. 9, 1951

Amateur Standing. In Chattanooga, Moonshiner William Garden was placed on two years' probation after he dolefully told the court that he burned his first batch, spilled kerosene in his second, did so badly the third time that he asked arresting revenuers: "How in the world is mash supposed to look when it's ready?"

So Far So Good. Off Honolulu, after sailing singlehanded the 2,500 miles from San Francisco, Salesman John Riley ran into heavy seas at the harbor entrance, was rescued by the Coast Guard.

For Whom the Bell Tolls. In Shepherdstown, W.Va., the town...

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