Every now and then I treat myself to a dose of humor. Here are some entertaining newspaper mistakes, taken from “The Revenge of Anguish English” by Richard Lederer.
The state board of fisheries is considering whether to impose seasonal catch limits on tourists.
Queen Elizabeth arrived in Paris to begin a visit that inspired the warmest welcome the French have given a royal figure since they guillotined their own Queen Marie Antoinette.
Owing to the lack of space and the rush of editing this issue, several births and deaths will be postponed until next week.
The ladies of the county medical society auxiliary plan to publish a cookbook. Part of the money will go to the Samaritan Hospital to purchase a stomach pump.
Rolls-Royce announced today that is it is recalling all Rolls-Royce cars made after 1966 because of faulty nuts behind the steering wheels.
The local medical association made a presentation to the minister complaining of laboratory delays, especially the 10-month wait for a pregnancy test.