Everlucky (Freighter), 14 Nov 1966
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November 14 - The Liberian freighter EVERLUCKY was ordered detained on Cleveland's waterfront, but was released before she had finished discharging her cargo of steel. She was seized by the U.S. Marshal on a complaint of two eastern companies. They charge that their cargo of hot rolled steel coils, made in Japan, suffered $250,000 damage in transit to Philadelphia, a year ago. They contended that damage was caused by salt water, bending, twisting, and crushing due to negligence. The ship was released on order of U.S. District Court Judge William K. Thomas following filing of a letter of "undertaking" in lieu of $100,000 bond. She is owned by Everlucky Navigation Co., Ltd.
Great Lakes and Seaway News
Telescope Magazine, December 1966
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes