Miscellany, Mar. 31, 1958

Hazards in Paradise. In Honolulu, beside a footpath in the grounds of lolani Palace, a sign warns: "Slippery Walk When Flowers Fall."

Sweetness & Light Fingers. In Los Angeles, a little old lady bustled up to S. J. Jelalian, threw her arms around him, cried: "You're the image of my long-lost son!", apologized for losing control, hurried away with Jelalian's billfold.

Fraternité. In Annonay, France, after Postman Louis Gagnaire died, a suitcase full of undelivered tax notices was found in his room.

Bad Brakes. In Minnesota, eager Salesman Kenton Hicks, hearing of a deal he could close 126 miles away in Brainerd,...

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