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those who can't even qualify for the Army. They'll be returned as "rejects." The board then will pick those who meet the Army physical stand- stand- ( Continued On Page 9, Column ) cold wave WAS on the way. He pointed to a 22 degree low mark at the airport early today and pre dicted it would continue cold today and would be colder tonight. The high downtown yesterday was 65. Man Who Has Two Wives Wants to Marry Another Pittsburgh In December, 1934, and Two wives are too many especial ly when you want to get married again. That's the predicament in which James A. Herdman finds himself, and today he asked court to free him from Wives No. 1 and 2 because because : "I would like to get married again." Mr. Herdman. of Rear 404 Hulton Rd Oakmont, told Judge W. Heber Dithrich he married first in August, 1928. while he was in the Army at Portland, Me. Thirteen months later, he said, Wife No. 1, Mrs. Grace Herdman, left him and subsequently filed a divorce suit against him. At that time, Mr. Herdman testified, he notified notified her he wouldn't contest the action and so presumed he was no longer married. His second marriage occurred in it was not until five years later, he- he- said, that he learned he never had been divorced by Wife No. 1, who wrote from New York asking whether he had obtained the di vorce. Wife No 2 Mrs. Martha Herd- Herd- man thereupon left him, too, Mr Herdman testified, and now is living in Amber St., East End. "But if you get a divorce from your first wife," asked Judge Dith rich. "what about your second wife? "Well," said Mr. Herdman, "she doesn't believe in living with a divorced man." "But didn't you tell her in the first place before you married her that you were divorced?" Mr. Herdman said he thought he did tell her but that Wife No. 2 didn't object then. "But that's her belief now," he added. The judge took the case under ad visement.