MANNERS & MORALS: Americana, Mar. 29, 1948


¶ In California's Superior Court, Judge Newcomb Condee withheld approval of an estate settlement under which one of the beneficiaries would be a Russian girl. "This court," he warned, "will take judicial notice that Russia is kicking the U.S. in the teeth."

¶Manhattan Milliner Lilly Dache advised U.S. women that their new spring hats, when not being worn, should be put under glass on the mantelpiece or in a frame on the wall. Sighed Mme. Dache, "[The hats] are works of art, and make lovely decoration in the home as well as on the head."

¶ New York City's Board...

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