Miscellany, Apr. 25, 1955

Mothers' Day. In El Centre, Calif., after 200 eager mothers surged through rope barriers at the city's annual Easter egg hunt and picked the field clean while waiting youngsters went eggless, harried Junior Chamber of Commerce Events Chairman Bob Schwantz announced that he was planning, for 1956, a special hunt just for mothers.

The Animal Kingdom. In Milwaukee, after carefully teaching two baby elephants to step on and off a small platform 18 inches high, Animal Trainer Robert Bierwirth blithely tried it himself, slipped, fractured his left ankle.

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