WhiteBoardness - 3/11/96
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 96 02:39:06 -0800
From: Peter Langston <psl>
Subject: WhiteBoardness - 3/11/96
Excerpted-from: WhiteBoard News for Monday, March 11, 1996
"Keep a young mind and a healthy body. I have a young mind and I'm taking
a healthy body to dinner tonight."
George Burns, comedian, actor and author of "How to Live to Be 100 -- Or
More," dedicated to the widows of his last five doctors. Mr. Burns passed
away this weekend at age 100.
Fast News Forum:
An article about cooking contests in a newsletter published by the
International Association of Culinary Professionals, Louisville, Kentucky,
is titled "The Smell of the Grease Pan; the Roar of the Proud."
Maggie Barnes, of Kenly, North Carolina, got a clean bill of health on her
114th birthday. At the age of 96, she completed a course at Johnston
Community College -- on aging.
Five elementary students in Violet, Louisiana, have been suspended for
reportedly trying to pass off a cup of urine as apple juice to a
fifth-grader, administrators say.
Sparks, Nevada, residents are being warned not to pour grease down drains
after a monster grease ball disrupted operations. It took workers of the
local sewer treatment plant about 20 minutes to remove the 150-pound gooey
gob that lodged against a bar screen, causing sewage to back up.
An Oak Park, Illinois, city housing official and his friend, on vacation in
Prague, caught the Czech police force's most wanted man, a convicted double
murderer, when the man broke into their apartment. They sat on him until
© 1996 Peter Langston