Miscellany, Nov. 1, 1943

Home Front. In Des Moines, Kenneth Sonderleiter, proprietor of a lunch stand and a zoo, unable to get materials to build a winter house for his two lions, announced that his menus would soon offer lionburgers. In Manhattan, OPA went into action against a coal dealer whose fuel, added to any fire, managed to put it out. In Chicago, members of the Restaurant Association hopefully adopted a new plan to keep their waitresses happy—offered to send them through music school. In San Diego, OPA ordered rent reductions by a woman who had rented as...

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