Miscellany, Apr. 8, 1946

Step Down, Please. In Elizabeth, N.J., Auto Passenger Armando Brito awoke, decided to get out and stretch, floated briefly through the air, became acutely aware that the car had been six feet up on an automatic lift.

Illustrated Lecture. In Belleville, N J., Business Manager Ruel Daniels' report to the Board of Education on juvenile window-breaking was punctuated by a rock crashing through a window.

Lay That Bottle Down. In Virginia, Mrs. Edward Comfort's car unexpectedly overturned when her 15-month-old baby took a swing at her, knocked her silly with a nursing bottle.


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