Miscellany, Mar. 17, 1952

Straws in the Wind. In Lynden, Wash., Tribune Advertiser Jake Bovenkamp offered to sell 120 tons of hay, preferably "to Republicans only."

R.S.V.P. In Des Moines, Cab Driver William A. Roach hired a man to beat him up, was hauled off to a hospital, told police that "I thought my former wife would come here to see me," was informed that she couldn't make it.

Arms & the Man. In Toledo, onetime Conscientious Objector Charles Cline, 30, who had served two years in a Michigan federal prison for refusing to shoulder a gun, was given...

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