A CERTAIN MR. BROWN told his friend Smithers that he intended to buy a motor car. At which Smithers remarked that Brown had chosen a tough time for the transaction. "You know your own business best, Brown,” he said archly. "I only wish I had the nerve to replace my old car.”By BEVERLEY OWEN14 min
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