Miscellany: Oct. 26, 1936


In Philadelphia, upon returning from the funeral of her first husband, Mrs. May K. Burton, 37, applied for a license to marry Garland F. Kelley, one of the pallbearers.


In Kankakee, Ill., restrained by a city ordinance from killing squirrels which raided his kitchen, City Engineer Hobart D. Gregg planned to steal the squirrels' winter supply of walnuts, declared: "I know where they are, and turn about should be fair play."


In Verpelet, Hungary, Gypsy Karoly Balog-Moga hanged himself, left a farewell note: "I cannot live without my beloved fiddle,...

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