Miscellany, Sep. 22, 1958

Over Text. In Port Arthur, Texas, the Don Drive-in Theater advertised that its "Back-to-School" program would include "Hot Rod Rumble, Portland Expose, Teenage Doll, The Come On, Crime in the Streets, Young Guns, plus Glamour Gals of Burlesque."

Sack Bencher. In Wellington, N.Z., during a late session of Parliament, Chairman of Committees Reginald Keeling rebuked Opposition Member Dean Eyre, said: "Will the honorable member please speak more quietly, for some members are sleeping."

Rule of Thumb. In Albuquerque, John Murry explained to a U.S. district judge that he had stolen a car to make the journey from Durango, Colo, to Aztec, N. Mex.,...

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