Miscellany, Apr. 27, 1942

Caution. In Pasadena, William C. Smith, 75, and Jennie E. Renslow, 72, applied for a marriage license on the soth anniversary of their engagement. In High Point, N.C., a jury awarded a divorce to an 83-year-old man who had been separated from his wife for 26 years. He said he wanted to be free.

Chomp. In Los Angeles, hospital patient Letha Mooney, speechless, explained in writing that a woman named Lollipop had bitten her tongue off in a cafe brawl. Asked just how it happened, she wrote: "I don't know. It happened so fast."

Naughty. In Kansas City, Mo., 50 sulking policemen got...

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