MANNERS & MORALS: Americana, Mar. 15, 1948

MANNERS & MORALS

¶ Ten inmates of the Iowa State Penitentiary joined Alcoholics Anonymous.

¶ After a year in England, Mrs. Sarah Blakely, 90, changed her mind about dying in her native land and returned to Detroit. Said she: "I didn't want to die on an empty stomach."

¶ Carl C. Countryman of New York, who is campaigning for President on the slogan: "Countryman for his countrymen, his countrymen for Countryman," suffered the loss of a gold-plated musical saw he had played for 25 years. "My heart is busted," said the 74-year-old poet-teacher-lecturer....

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