Miscellany, Sep. 29, 1947

Home Rule. In Chicago, Gilbert Johnson sued for divorce, complained that his wife not only forbade him to read any magazines (too many women in them), forbade him to read about women in the newspapers, and turned off the radio whenever a woman's voice was on, but also thrashed him occasionally.

Happy Day. In Washington, James Davis, informed by Marian Schubert that she would indeed marry him, jumped for joy, broke his leg.

Decent Chaps. In Newark, stickup men robbed George B. Chandless Jr. of a $900 payroll, kindly paused in their getaway to...

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