Miscellany, Sep. 5, 1955

Sea Change. In Florence, S.C., Claudia A. Hamilton brought a $20,000 suit against Glamor Shops, Inc., of New York, for "psychic injury to her personality" after a bathing suit she purchased became transparent in its first dip in the ocean.

On the House. In Cheektowaga, N.Y., two men broke into Emil Singer's tavern, while he and his wife were out shopping, served drinks and sandwiches to customers for six hours, calmly walked off with $40 from the cash register, plus an estimated $75 they had taken in over the counter.

The Man Who Doesn't Own One. In Milwaukee, Henry Krahl, 39, was...

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