Miscellany, Jul. 8, 1957

Overlap. In Miami Beach, bewildered Marshall Frey, 10, who had two stitches taken in his leg after he rammed his bike into a parked car, explained to a policeman that he was riding along, peacefully reading his comic book, when . . .

All's Well. In Baytown, Texas, Attorney Sam R. Fisher, trying to persuade the city council to put off annexing part of a land tract, argued: "I don't know what you could possibly want with all that land. It hasn't anything on it except a few old dirty oil wells."

Lodestone. In Milwaukee, George C. Faust, 51, homeless and unable hold...

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