Miscellany, Aug. 20, 1951

Odd Man Out. In Winnipeg, Best Man Samuel Klein pleaded guilty to stealing the bridegroom's honeymoon train tickets.

Guided Tour. In St. Louis, when police caught up with James Loeffler, who had gone through a stop light at 65 m.p.h. with no lights and defective brakes, they discovered that his companion was a driving instructor.

Good Riddance. In Okmulgee, Okla., five-year-old Tony Whitley explained to his bootlegging father why he told raiding policemen where the moonshine was hidden: "Well, Daddy, they've been here so many times and never found anything and I thought if they found something they wouldn't come back."

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