Miscellany, Jan. 18, 1960

Grass Roots Sentiment. In Tampa, Fla., Francisco Alvarez was ordered by a court to get rid of his cow as a public nuisance, even though he produced three character witnesses who offered to testify to the cow's good behavior.

United Party. In Sunnyslope, Ariz., the Journal named the town's leading politician, Mrs. Edna McEwen, "Man of the Year."

Shifting Position. In Rochester, N.Y., Clarence A. Smith, 75, retired after 25 years as Monroe County manager, a job he voted against creating 25 years ago because "it gives one man too much power." Advertising Code....

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