Miscellany, Apr. 21, 1952

Cleanup. In Manhattan, Manicurist Stella Kahn found $200 in a gutter while crossing Fifth Avenue, next day nearly sat on $655 in the back seat of a taxi, complained to police: "People should take better care of their things."

As You Were. In Los Angeles, Selma Mary Fini, charging that her husband nagged her when she refused to drink with him, got a divorce and resumed her maiden name: Selma Mary Sober.

Total Loss. In St. Joseph, Mo., Frank Martin carefully tethered his 80-pound coonhound watchdog to a young elm tree outside his house, went to work, returned to find that the dog...

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