''S. Quentin has all-gold teeth and won't wear sox. He was born and raised in Apple Gully, Michigan, where he learned the rudiments of garbage. Later, he traveled extensively through Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas. making a life study of garbage. His place of residence was the Bright Kentucky Hotel where he has the best room in the house, a north exposure cooled by the constant rush of freight trains.''
___________It is made clear (in what are, essentially, notes from Paul Rhymer) that Mr. LaBelle was a non-speaking character.
Though he seems important, his name never pops up in the audio we have, nor is he mentioned in anything I have run across so far.
The date is unknown and the title was provided by me, purely for identification purposes. (I believe that) the information for this episode was found in a box in the Wisconsin Historical Society's Paul Rhymer collection.