Law & Custom again struck the unflinching, unbending Robert Gibsons a rude blow last week. They are a middle-aged couple who live at Tappan, N. Y., a New York village atop the Hudson River Palisades, just north of the New Jersey boundary.
The Gibsons' chief contributions to that storied region's ecology were a daughter Charlotte whom they reared with pre-War decorum and ignorance of life's facts; a
Jersey cow called Molly Lewis and her daughter Sylvia, from whom Charlotte Gibson learned nothing.
Five years ago the Gibsons' Molly Lewis and Sylvia were subject to...