Miscellany, Nov. 23, 1953

The Old Story. In Hamilton, Ont., as he left with his bride Lucy, 78, for a two-week honeymoon, Paul Wilson, 84, happily told reporters how it all began: "We met in the park just four weeks ago. I was sitting on a bench when I noticed a woman beside me. As I turned to look . . . she winked ..."

Arms & the Man. In Johannesburg, South Africa, when seven armed holdup men entered his store, Grocer James Christopher started bombarding the bandits with two-pound cans of lemon drops, routed them after scoring six direct hits.

The Competition. In Wickenburg, Ariz., Chevrolet...

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