Miscellany, Mar. 6, 1944

High Life. In Houston, Welder George W. Witters, unable to find a place to live, moved into a comfortable oak tree where his weekly expenditure is $4 for food.

Low Life. In San Francisco, Elmer Dale Cox, unable to find a place to live, was discovered, surrounded by food and a cookstove, in the sub-basement of the house of R. Gwin Follis. Cox explained he had moved in several weeks before when Follis wasn't looking.

I -Agony Column. In Manhattan, a mother inserted an item in the personal notices: "Julius. You're IA. Come home."


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