Miscellany: Annulment

Annulment On a varnished table, in a flat in Evansville, Ind., a girl was writing a letter: "If you don't give me $100 to get the marriage annulled . . ." the pencil moved scratchily over the cheap paper. Two weeks ago this girl, one Gladys Hines, 19, white, married William Idi, a young Japanese waiter. She was not very pretty; she wanted a man; Waiter Idi was all right, as Japs went. ". . . I'll kill myself. Father says that if I married a Japanese, he would send both...

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