Miscellany, Feb. 21, 1955

Realists. In Washington, four years after they had provided the 81st Reconnaissance Battalion with a Latin translation of "To see is to prepare," officers of the Army's Heraldic Branch shamefacedly confessed that, because they had substituted parere for parare, the motto the 81st had been proudly displaying since 1951 actually reads:"To see is to submit."

Render Unto Caesar. At Camp Rucker, Ala., Bible Salesman Leon Willie, 26, was fined $150 for gambling with minors after two G.I.s complained that he had taken $165 from them in a dice game.

Freedom's Voice. In Phoenix, Ariz., the state house of representatives voted to have all...

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