Miscellany, Feb. 15, 1954

Start at the Top. In St. Louis, the state employment service got a request from a bank organizer in Farmington, Mo. for a man "30 to 58 years old, to be president of the new bank . . ."

Low Score. In Mexico City, Felipe Ladelski flunked his driver's test when he ran over a traffic officer and broke his leg.

Cold Facts. In San Bernardino, Calif., clever burglars removed the electric fuses in John B. Rapier's store, were caught red-handed when Rapier appeared from his living quarters to see why his electric blanket had...

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