People: All in Favor

Milliner Lilly Daché arrived in Manhattan with the breathless news that the women of Paris are less interested in hats than in men. The three males who crop up most in conversation when smart Parisiennes let their hair down: World Citizen Garry Davis (admired for his "courage and . . . youthful hope"), Existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre (for his "unsweetened approach to modern life") and British Cinemactor James Mason ("He is just the 150% man, with ego, contrariness, even cruelty").

Atlantic-shuttling Lady Astor, visiting Jesse Jones in Houston, dropped in on Fort Worth, found...

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