Miscellany, Apr. 6, 1953

Invitation Accepted. In Little Rock, Ark., someone helped himself to $14.20 from the Here Tis drive-in restaurant.

Slim Pickings. In Tokyo, police reporters scanned the records of experienced criminals, found that crime doesn't pay much: burglars earned an average of 14¢ a day, pickpockets and petty thieves, 10¢.

Collective Security. In Chapel Hill, N.C., Bruce Strowd, who celebrated the wartime victory at Stalingrad by naming Joseph Stalin co-owner of a $25 war bond and mailing it to the Kremlin, was assured by U.S. Treasury officials that the bond had not been cashed and that, in...

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