Miscellany, Nov. 13, 1944

Headstrong. In Manhattan, at a U.S. Customs Service auction, an unidentified man bid 25¢ for a toupee, won it, insisted it was for a friend, walked out of the room without removing his hat.

Aren't We All? At Sedalia Field, Mo., a private first class sewed master-sergeant's stripes on his pajamas, said: "I can dream, can't I?"

There! In Chatham, Ont., administrators finally settled the estate of John McKerroll, dead since 1872, sent to 121 heirs scattered through the U.S. and Can ada their shares, ranging from 25¢ to $1 each.

Hereafter Thought. In Glendale,...

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