Letters, Aug. 27, 1945

MISCELLANY

Reconversion. In Los Angeles, discharged Machine-Gunner Alvin D. Bloom patented a postwar peashooter with adjustable sights.

Well Bedded. In San Francisco, Esco Brown, 50, won a divorce after complaining that his wife took 27 cats to bed with her.

Just Friends. In Denver, the embarrassed Post announced that Michael Hawkins and Barrel J. Suer had not been married after all, as the Post had "previously reported, but had merely joined the police force together.

In the Swim. In Topeka, Kans., Gage Park swimming pool reopened with a request to bathers to hang onto...

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