Miscellany, Mar. 8, 1943

To Halve & Halve Not. In Chicago, Emily Sekoskey, who complained in court that her boy friend had put off paying his share of their Dutch treats for four years and then married somebody else, won a $179.89 judgment against him for half of 250 purchases, including a package of pistachio nuts, a bag of potato chips, a Mother's Day card, and an ice-cream cone.

IA. In Caribou, Me., the draft board reclassified John W. Keene I-A before it learned that he was: 1) 90, 2) blind.

Current History. In The Bronx, Manufacturer Edwin Klahn,...

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