Miscellany, Apr. 17, 1944

One to Grow On. In Radlett, England, Miss Sarah Ann Young got a present on her 100th birthday: records showing that she was really 101.

Dog's Life. In Honolulu, Teisu Miyashiro, a laborer, barked at pedestrians, at the policeman who arrested him, at the prosecuting attorney in court. Barked the judge: "Take him away and put him in the pound."

Plain Civilian. In Spokane, Harvey Churchill, truck driver at the Army air base at Geiger Field, took no chances on having his civilian status misunderstood (see cut).

Vital Industry. In Oklahoma City, Dr. Carl R. Bailey applied to the OPA for a permit...

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