Miscellany, Nov. 3, 1952

Triangle. In Portland, Me., Mrs. Marie Van Zelm, suing for divorce, complained that her husband: 1) hung his late first wife's clothes in their bedroom closet, 2) kept an urn of her ashes in the living room, 3) framed her pressed funeral flowers on the wall, 4) always bought two Christmas trees and explained, "One is for us [meaning the first wife], the other is for you."

Suspense. In New Haven, Conn., the wedding of John Granfield was postponed when, two days before the ceremony, both the prospective groom and his best man brother collapsed with ulcers, were carted off to the...

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