Miscellany, Nov. 5, 1956

The Word. In Cincinnati, after federal officials received 117-page instruction booklets, they sat down to a conference on methods of eliminating unnecessary paper work.

The Long View. In New Orleans, after her 17-year-old son, Francis Jr., and Thomas Lee, 18. were booked for disturbing the peace when cops found them trying to cure their ennui by sitting back to back and blindfolded in the middle of U.S. Rt. 90, Mrs. Francis Fahrenheit huffed: "Trouble with people is they forget they were kids."

Chink. In Dallas, officers of the 49th Armored Division of the Texas...

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