Miscellany, Jun. 12, 1950

Elementary. In Amesdale, Ont., Constable Eckvert studied the evidence of burglary at Ames's General Store, took a cast of human teeth marks in a piece of Canadian Cheddar cheese, tracked down and got a confession from Gourmet Gerard Chouinard.

Debtor Nation. In Marshfield, Wis., Gerald Boos and Arthur Lynn, arguing that most of last winter's harsh weather originated in Canada, decided to bill the Dominion for $136, half of their annual heating bill.

The Crowd. In Brockton, Mont. (pop. 350), Raymond Woeppel, the high school's only graduate this year, delivered a valedictory entitled "I am not alone."

Ordeal for Hire. In San Antonio, Charles...

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