Miscellany, Nov. 23, 1942

Rubber Worker. In Clearwater, Fla., a passer of worthless checks, imprisoned, used a trusty as an errand boy, passed two more.

Editorial Tut. In Washington, the State Department employes' official publication (The Diplomat) deplored the fact that persons to whom secrets of international importance were entrusted could not be trusted with the State Department cafeteria's silverware.

Man Bites U.S. In Miami, colored Mitchell Banks, charged with failing to notify his draft board that he had moved, protested: "The draft board moved and they ain't notified me," won his freedom.

Bystanding Innocent. In the Egyptian desert,...

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