MANNERS & MORALS: Americana, Oct. 18, 1948

¶ The manager of Bermuda's Belmont Manor Hotel stiffly requested the U.S. Navy to make the hotel "off bounds" for enlisted men. Rear Admiral Austin K. Doyle, the U.S. commandant, even more stiffly replied that he would put it off bounds for officers too. Said he: "The customs of my country do not permit discrimination between officers and men in public places."

¶ A Los Angeles company was manufacturing a brassiere for cows. A canvas affair, constructed with four elongated sacks which cradle a cow's teats, it was invented by a Phoenix, Ariz. psychiatrist. He confidently estimated that it would...

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