MANNERS & MORALS: Americana, Feb. 2, 1948

MANNERS & MORALS

¶ At its annual meeting in Pittsburgh, the 52-year-old Anti-Saloon League of America changed its name to the Temperance League of America.

¶ Signing an armistice in the labor battle over Manhattan's gilded Stork Club (TIME, Dec. 15), Proprietor Sherman Billingsley disposed of charges that he tried to influence an election among the kitchen help by agreeing to: 1) rehire three of the eight men he fired; 2) pay back wages amounting to $5,779; 3) hold a new election whenever the union wanted.

¶ Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg, Manhattan labor consultant and wartime...

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