Miscellany, Feb. 10, 1941

Teeth. In Chicago. Dental Mechanic Max Finkel built Buster, his bull dog, a new set of store teeth (see cut).

Urge. In Manhattan, Howard Walpin, 17, stood near an elevator in R. H. Macy's department store chewing wads of gum, sticking them in the hair of long-haired children who passed by, laughing joyfully. Said he in court: "I just get the urge."

Memory. In Albany, the New York Bureau of Motor Vehicles got a letter from a lady who wanted a low license number because her memory was bad. She forgot to sign her name.

Lobby. In Little Rock, the Arkansas Senate voted unanimously...

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