Miscellany, Oct. 11, 1948

Tenderfoot. In Spokane, Maxine Mayther was granted a divorce when she told the judge that her husband "thought the height of entertainment was listening to The Lone Ranger."

Party Line. In Manhattan, the Communist Daily Worker correctly picked Iron Curtain as the winner of the fifth race at Belmont.

Mail Call. In Eloy, Ariz., when assured that there was no mail for him, Cotton-Picker Earl Neal shot it out with Postmaster J. C. Garrett; both were killed.

Great Expectations. In Queens County, N.Y., Cabdriver John Wagner raced Passenger Andrew Mackey to the courthouse, was told to wait, an hour later inquired within and found...

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