Miscellany, Dec. 14, 1942

Solomon Grundy. In Chicago, Brunswick A. Bagdon, lover of rare roast beef, returned from a trip in which he was refused it in Manhattan on meatless Tuesday, in Washington on meatless Wednesday, in Cincinnati on meatless Thursday. At home he ate fish on Friday, looked forward to Saturday.

One Good Turn In Los Angeles, friends of Charley Williams, who had a nosebleed, rushed him to a hospital with a tourniquet tight around his neck to keep him from bleeding to death.

Plethora. In Monroe, La., police got a request from Alexandria to arrest...

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