Miscellany, Aug. 23, 1954

Hindsight. In Pittsburgh, Judge Joseph P. Willson disallowed the Pennsylvania Railroad's plea that Gandy Dancer Jesse Q. Casso had obtained his job under false pretenses, ruled that it was the railroad's fault for giving Casso a rating of 20-30 vision in his glass right eye.

Safety First. In Willimantic, Conn., Charles J. Insalaco, 23, unhurt when his car skidded and overturned, stepped out of the car, tripped, sprained his wrist.

Gratuity. In Venice, Calif., after two men forced Ronald Wade to return from his home to his market, tied him up and took $5,000 from the safe, one of them tossed Wade $20,...

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