Miscellany, Feb. 17, 1941

Absentee. In Gadsden, Ala., city fathers decided not to issue a liquor license for the Royal Palm Cafe, a Negro eating place, whose owner gave his address as Federal Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga.

In Memoriam. In Waterloo, Neb., Editor Frank B. Cox advertised in his Douglas County Gazette: "I have for sale a very fine, large and varied assortment of Willkie buttons. Or will trade for a kidney stew or English bull dog. Only one of this collection to be reserved—lest we forget."

Unfriendly. In England, R. A. F. headquarters received a radio report from a British bomber flying amid heavy anti-aircraft fire in...

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