Miscellany, Jul. 27, 1959

Dry Run. In Berrien County, Ga.. a moonshiners' ancient auto, capable of making a 147-m.p.h. getaway with a load of 200 gallons of corn liquor, was bought at auction by County Sheriff Walter Gaskins, who will use it to chase moonshiners.

Turncoat. In Noblestown, Pa., Philip Mager, suspected of stealing $75 from a post office, was discovered in the posse that was hunting him.

Up in Smoke. In Chicago, Attorneys Samuel Starr and Bernard Kaufman paid a private detective $40 to find out who stole the cigar butts they left outside in the corridor when they went into the courtroom.

Spinal Block. In Milan,...

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