Miscellany, Oct. 16, 1950

Cold Comfort. In Rochester, George R. Schiemer of the State Frozen Food Locker Association cheerfully announced that "one of the safest places to be in the event of an atomic explosion" is in a frozen-food locker.

Artful Lodger. In Knoxville, Tenn., Landlady Lettie Rogers charged in a lawsuit that Roomer Comer Bailey was 244 weeks behind in his rent.

Prepared. In Los Angeles, police nabbed Herbert W. Stusse on suspicion of stealing the live chicken he was carrying under his jacket, found in his pockets 1) a hatchet, 2) salt & pepper shakers.

The Face Is Familiar. In Cincinnati, Edgar Fred Whitaker, wanted...

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