Miscellany, Jun. 2, 1947

No Sale. In Effingham, Ill., John Trett couldn't understand why money kept disappearing from his café cash register; finally dismantled the machine, uncovered a tidy mouse nest constructed of $1 and $5 bills.

Thirst for Knowledge. Reported missing by worried Harvard University authorities, Student Samuel E. Stuart, 25, was discovered in New York on the ninth day, explained that he had been so engrossed in studies that he really hadn't realized how long he had been away until he read all about it in a newspaper.

Posse. In Roswell, N. Mex., Ranch-woman Mrs. C. A. Marley strapped on her .38, tracked down and...

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