Miscellany, Mar. 13, 1950


The Abundant Life. In Astoria, N.Y., Mrs. Dominick Rondi was excused from jury duty so that she could go to Manhattan and select the prizes she had won on a radio quiz show.

Name & Address. In Oklahoma City, police decided that the man they were looking for was Crawford Sleeper, who in burglarizing an apartment exchanged his pants for a better pair, left behind in the pockets a letter addressed to himself and a withholding-tax statement.

Priorities. In Winnetka, Ill, Village President William S. Warfield wrote a letter asking Congress not to spend $316,000...

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