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Footnote – 1936: Failed to Pay Alimony

(This article originally appeared on page 5 of the March 10, 1936 publication of the Capital Times and is reprinted word-for-word below.)

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BUFFALO. N. Y. —(AP)— Anthony Folgert told the Judge he was amazed that his divorced wife, Anna, hadn’t received her alimony. Regularly every month, he said, he had purchased money orders and put the “receipts” away in a cigar box.

The box was produced. The “receipts” were the complete money orders.

Anna’s complaint was withdrawn.

Did Anthony Folgert avoid his alimony payments?
Did Anthony Folgert avoid his alimony payments?

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