Miscellany, Feb. 8, 1954

This Is the Army. In Portland, Ore., after evading the draft for five years, Paul Emerson Maier, 26, was nabbed by the FBI, delivered to the local induction center, where he was rejected as 4-F.

End of the Line. In Toledo, when a jittery woman passenger screamed every time the bus came to a halt, Driver Emily Jefferson finally stopped the bus for good, told her: "You make me nervous. I quit."

The Promise. In Nashville, Retail Liquor Distributor Howard Johnson asked state authorities to register his five-year-old whisky: "Old Something."

Member of the Wedding. In Boston, seeking annulment of her marriage to William...

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