Miscellany, Apr. 16, 1945

By George! In Washington, Mrs. Martha Johnson, whose husband George is serving in the Navy, named their twin sons Iwo and Jima.

One Whirl. In Chicago, headquarters of Rotary International announced the readmission to membership of the Rotary Club of Guam.

P-u-rade. Near Albany, motorists rolled up their windows, shot into reverse when a congregation of some 300 skunks ambled slowly across the state highway.

Tokens of Affection. In Milwaukee, a woman clerk at a local ration board was found to have handed out to her friends, since Christmas, 50,000 blue points, 50,000 red points,...

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