Also In This Issue, Mar. 10, 1941

Embezzler. In Chicago, Louis Kronenberg was had up for embezzling $26,000 of his firm's funds since 1921. Fishing stocks, bonds and mortgages from a safedeposit box, he paid the sum back with interest. Said the judge to his employer: "Why not make him treasurer?"

J.W.O.L. In Shreveport, La., a Negro draftee who failed to show up when his board summoned him got a letter saying: "If you don't report for your physical examination, we'll be forced to send you to jail." He was in jail.

Tool. In Newton, Mass., a burglar arrived for work with a rubber bone in his tool kit....

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