Miscellany, Jun. 3, 1957

Try Our Pick-Me-Up. In London, the

New Statesman and Nation, in its entertainment column, carried a notice by the Unity Theater: "Burlesque—The Loudest Show in Town. Nightly police raids."

The Tie That Binds. In Philadelphia, Sam Bookbinder, who always gives a dime to the old shoelace seller by his famed restaurant, but never takes a pair, reported that one day, receiving his dime, the oldster said: "I hate to bring this up, sir, but the laces are now 15¢."

"Now We Take You . . ." In Albuquerque, Mrs. Olymphia Griego, 57, sitting on her front porch and suddenly angered when her living...

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