Miscellany, Feb. 25, 1957

Swivel Liberties. In Santa Fe, N.Mex., the state senate passed a bill making it unlawful to make false statements to a peace officer, despite Senator Earl Parker's objection that the bill "strikes to the very foundation of human rights. I say you should have the right to lie to whomever you please."

His Master's Vice. In Indianapolis, Mallory Hinson was jailed for drunk driving after he refused to take a drunkometer test, confidentially advised cops to test his dog instead, explained that the dog, not he, had been piloting the car.

Pity Limit. Near Zwingle, Iowa, after his truck started to burn,...

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