Miscellany, Nov. 14, 1949

Goose & Killer. In Los Angeles, Policeman Ernest Young was suspended for taking from C. S. Smith Metropolitan Market, in addition to his usual free apple: two quarts of milk, a bottle of whisky, a loaf of bread, four rolls of toilet paper, and portions of toothpaste, shaving cream and skin cream.

Full Service. In St. Paul, Minn., when Motorist Darrald Schoenheider refused to pay $7 for having his 1934 Buick hauled out of a swamp, the tow-truck driver returned to the scene, shoved Schoenheider's car back into the swamp.

City Fathers. In Rowley Regis, England, the town council voted to install violet...

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