Miscellany, Feb. 15, 1960

Breach of Promise. In Akron, kindly granting her supposedly dying ex-husband's last request. Catherine Logan remarried him, had the marriage annulled after her husband unexpectedly recovered and started chasing her around his hospital room.

Room at the Top. In New York City, the Times ran a classified want ad: "Part-time sales trainee offering revolutionary new hair piece. You must be bald or balding."

Putting His Foot Down. In Carthage, S.Dak., when the city auditor sent out notices for dog licenses addressed to the dogs, Vergil Herron followed suit, sent back a check for the license signed with the paw print of his dog.

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