Miscellany, Apr. 6, 1959

Bell's Kitchen. In Carolina Beach, N.C., police ordered a vacationer to remove his stored food and cooking equipment and stop cooking his meals in a phone booth.

Live & Let. In Glendale, Calif., an ad in the News-Press offered for $65 a ''nicely furnished bachelor, one child O.K."

Manchudini. In Taipei, Formosa, when police came to investigate reports of the fraudulent activities of Yang Yung-wei, Yang politely asked them to be seated, and—when they were comfortably settled—stepped quickly out of the room, locking the door behind him.

Sticky Fin. In Kenora, Ont., Ice Fisherman Oscar Boivin had no luck with minnows, stuck a marshmallow...

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