Miscellany, Nov. 27, 1944

Christmas Story. In Denver, 13-year-old Amy Claus, visiting Colorado "to see real Christmas trees," found herself stranded without money, wrote a letter to Missouri for help from her father, the Rev. Santa Claus.

Double Take. In Philadelphia, Mrs. Naomi Clegg lost her purse and door-key to a bag snatcher, wondered how she would get in, arrived home to find the door wide open, the place looted.

Man's World. In London, Mrs. Mavis Tate, M.P., accused the British Board of Trade president of wanting to "eliminate women and children," demanded immediate relief of the rubber-nipple shortage.

The Old World. In Stockholm, Swedish youths...

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