Miscellany, Mar. 11, 1946

Better than Raisins. In New Orleans, Tulane Zoologist Edward Hathaway deplored the wasteful practice of discarding flour containing clean, nutritious, wholesome weevils.

Not for Geraniums. In Seattle, the Coast Guard caught a man carting away a mine he had found on the beach, asked him what he planned to do with it, subsequently announced: mines found on the beach must not be converted into flower pots.

The Nod. In Toronto, St. Clair Hilborn, charged with giving his son a lethal dose of sleeping pills, explained that he had been hexed by a black cat...

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