Miscellany, Aug. 1, 1955

Sea Lawyer. In Oklahoma City, Airman 2/C John F. Crozman filed suit for $10,000 against Lieut. Colonel Walter Callahan, charged that the colonel had damaged his reputation by calling him lazy in the presence of Airman Miles Miller.

Workman's Compensation. In Birmingham, after being arrested for drunken pedaling of his three-wheeled ice-cream cart. Thomas Bogan, 53, was "grounded" for 60 days by Recorder's Court Judge Oliver Hall, but charged only one-fourth of the usual fine because he was "generating his own power."

Auto Accessory. In Louisville, after he had instructed Driver Mrs. Dell B. Harrington to make an illegal turn while he was...

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