Miscellany, Oct. 12, 1942

Till Death Us Do Part. In Cairo, on complaint of a landlord, a U.S. Army officer was arrested for driving his jeep upstairs to his second-floor apartment every night.

The Life of Wiley. In Lewiston, Idaho, Mrs. Ralph Wiley wrote to her husband in camp; another Ralph Wiley got the letter, read it, sent it back with an apology; another Mrs. Wiley in Lewiston got the letter and the apology, sent it to the first Mrs. Wiley, who got it in the same mail with a letter from her husband complaining about the lack of mail.

Through the Looking Glass. In San...

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