Miscellany, Oct. 29, 1951

Cold Cash. In Dallas, thieves stole $102 from Emma Sutton's refrigerator.

Census. In Hammond, Ind., the Times canvassed the town's nine cemetery caretakers, concluded that since Hammond has 126,322 people underground, but only 87,594 above, the town is more dead than, alive.

Malice Toward None. In Cleveland, when Barber Paul Pirosko sued for $5,000 damages from the man who called him a "butcher," Judge B. D. Nicola, a onetime butcher's apprentice, dismissed the case: "It takes no little skill to be a butcher."

More of the Same. In Tulsa, Okla., Claude Dowell, in jail for...

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