Sequels, Dec. 11, 1933

To news of bygone weeks, herewith sequels from last week's news:

¶ To the suit by Mrs. Esther Busby against Chicago's First National Bank because the value of her late husband's estate had largely evaporated while the bank acted as executor (TIME, Nov. 27): a decision denying her any damages. The judge who heard the case found that the bank's judgment had been bad, but that it had not been negligent, declared that the courts can grant no redress for such losses provided executors use the same diligence in handling other people's money that they...

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