WOMEN: Fit to be Tied

Women's hats were hot news last week. Mad as hatters were U. S. milliners, still reeling from a $6,000,000 half-year business slump brought on primarily by feminine hatlessness. Charles Steinecke Jr., editor of Hats, millinery trade journal, editorialized grimly:

". . . A critical period. Last year we waited until the resort season was well under way before awakening to the realization that women were going about hatless. . . . Right now when fashion displays are being planned is the time to start combatting next year's Summer hatlessness."

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