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Tuesday, November 08, 2005
That's Happening Here? 6 Quick Stories Woman in Clinton affair gets $90,000 in settlement with West Chester Friends. In 2003, Myra Belle "Sally" Miller was fired. Last year, she sued, alleging she was discriminated against when workers learned she was once mentioned along with Gennifer Flowers and Monica Lewinsky. More. ... Ballroom dancing for fifth graders? At a North Philly school, students were skeptical at first, but have gotten into the swing. More. ... History buffs may have found a Civil War submarine. Or at least a 35-foot cigar-shaped mound of sand the vessel might be buried under. It was kept along Rancocas Creek in Riverside. More. ... Tale told on film: How Camden had its own arrested Vietnam War protestors. A new documentary, Camden 28, tells how Father Doyle and friends opposed spending money on war instead of the poor. More. ... Doodle in class? Sure. If you're a student at a cartooning school in Dover, N.J. "I have worked on every character in comics you could think of," said founder Joe Kubert, 79. School also got a big contract to keep publishing a maintenance magazine for the Army. More. ... "This Way Up" goes updside-down. The Sunday column by Art Carey focused on an uncommonly fun personal trainer (pictured). "I don't do anything conventional," says Carol Greenberg, 44. More.