Miscellany, Mar. 20, 1950

Customer's Right. In Hartford, Conn., the two salesmen hawking $2 automobile emergency lights to employees in the State Office Building did a booming business until they barged into the "Sales and Use Division" where an unimpressed prospect made them buy a sales permit and a $50 bond.

Limited Choice. In Oklahoma City, Federal Judge Stephen Chandler considered the case of two persistent moonshiners again found guilty of plying their craft in Oklahoma, delivered the sentence: spend three to five years in prison or move to "some place like West Texas."

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