Miscellany, Nov. 22, 1948

First Things. In Surrey, England, a choosy burglar broke into Mrs. Margaret Wall's house, ignored the furs, jewelry, liquor and money, got away with an apple and an orange.

Perfectionist. In Santa Barbara, Calif., Mrs. Evelyn C. Hart, 95, asked police to hurry over and "do something" about her 70-year-old daughter, "because she uses bad language and I am afraid that the neighbors will think I'm not a careful mother."

It's You. In Rochester, N.Y., Harold F. Ritz climbed from his car to have words with the motorist who had bumped him, found it was his wife.

First Principle. In Washington, Republican Congressman Donald...

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