Miscellany: Nerve

At Atlanta, Ga., A. E. Shipp, structural steel worker, sued Central Railway of Georgia for $75,000 because, since one of their locomotives hit his automobile, he has suffered from loss of his nerve in the practice of his trade. Said he: ''When I stood on a beam and was hoisted out . . . 190 ft. above the water . . . my face broke out in a cold sweat."


At Montreal, John Moraine, who had been paralyzed in his legs for three months, saw lightning strike his home and ran away...

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