Miscellany, Feb. 3, 1958

Winter Set. In Albuquerque, Leslie F. White was fined $50 for careless driving after a patrolman testified that on the hood of White's car he found a snowman whose measurements were two feet high and two feet wide.

Figuratively Speaking. In Hollywood, the total wardrobe costs of the movie Adam and Eve, filmed in Mexico and starring Christiane Martel (Miss France and Miss Universe of 1953) came to $2.63 for fig leaves.

Self-Centered. In Canberra, Australia, the Customs and Excise Department, censor on all printed matter brought into the country, banned its own staff magazine when it had the cheek to run an...

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