Miscellany, may 4, 1959

To Smell and Back. In Waycross, Ga., when bloodhounds at Ware County prison dug under the fences and escaped, prisoners were used to round up the dogs.

Keytotaler. In Rochester, N.Y., a reporter unpacked a new European-made portable typewriter, discovered in its carriage a piece of paper on which all the letters on the keyboard had been tested with the sentence: Zoe ma grande fille veut que je boive ce whisky dont je ne veux pas.*

Anything but the Truth. In North Vancouver, B.C., as she was about to be sworn in as a police-court witness, Evelyn Anderson said that she had an...

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