In the New York Journal-American:
REPORT U.S. GRANT OFFERED TO ISRAEL
For tabloid editors last week, every day was good nudes day. At the Wilma Montesi manslaughter trial in Venice, a black-haired beauty known as the Black Swan said that in her set, boys and girls always stripped for tea. Jayne Mansfield dropped her shoulder straps to show photographers considerable acreage of a "head-to-toe" poison-ivy rash. And a New York censor ruled that an art-movie producer would have to banish his surrealist Muse or put some clothes on her.
There was even good...