Thoughts, dreams and adventures of an empty nester who has retired and left the Big Apple for a home in the suburbs.
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Every day the NEW YORK POST has a column entitled "Weired but True". Yesterday they had an article about a letter delivered to a home in Ferndale, PA. That seems reasonable, except the letter was postmarked October 26, 1954 and carried a $0.03 stamp. The man who lives at that address is now trying to find Frederick Zane Yost so he can deliver the letter. You can be sure that this letter, which is 54 years old is not a bill. That would have been received October 27, 1954.