Miscellany, Jun. 29, 1942

Results. In Huntington, W.Va., Police Chief Leslie J. Swann urged his men to get in there and make more arrests. His wife and his brother were arraigned in court a few hours later on traffic charges.

Discrimination. In Owosso, Mich., Robert Hudson was slightly injured by bolts of lightning, on Thursday and Friday.

Injury. In Los Angeles, George D. Hauptmann filed suit against Union Oil Co. for $16,250 damages, including loss of a tooth. He lost it, he charged, when the oil company upset him so much that he ground his teeth trying to keep his temper.

Disgusted. In San Francisco, Edward L. Hayes,...

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