Miscellany, Jul. 12, 1937


In Chicago, blonde night club Dancer Marion Milner charged that Restaurateur Gus Terzake was responsible for loss of her prospective husband, sued him for $50,000. In her petition Dancer Milner related that on April 26 she stopped for dinner in Gus Terzake's restaurant before going to Chicago's airport to meet the "man of great wealth" with whom she was going to fly to New York and be married. When she left the restaurant, said Dancer Milner, Restaurateur Terzake's clock indicated she had ample time to make the 8 p. m. plane, but when...

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