Miscellany, Nov. 12, 1951

By the People. In Lonsdale, Ark., since twelve of the village's 15 voters were running for local office and the rest were relatives of candidates, election judges and clerks had to be imported from nearby Hot Springs.

Police Protection. In Burlington, Vt., when Perley Weed, 24, reported the theft of his car, the cops investigated, charged that Weed's license had been suspended and that his car was improperly registered, hauled him off to county jail.

Home Front. In Colorado, officials estimated that on the opening day of the state's big-game hunting season, as many men turned out as are on the U.N. front...

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