Miscellany, Jun. 26, 1950

Something Borrowed. In Elizabethtown, Ky., police interrupted the honeymoon of Frank Kenney, who had bought a ring and marriage license with bad checks, driven away with his bride in a stolen car.

Long Distance. In Indianapolis, Methodist Bishop Richard C. Raines studied his telephone bill, was thoroughly puzzled by a 70¢ charge for a call to "Heaven."

The Inner Taxpayer. In Chattanooga, U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue George J. Schoeneman told the National Association of Tax Administrators that one out of four individual income tax returns is erroneous and that 91% of the errors are at the government's expense.

Perchance to Dream. In Milwaukee,...

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