Business: I Dreamed I Was in Court

"I Dream I Was in Court

The girl in the Maidenform bra will have to be more careful from now on about the places she visits in her celebrated dreams. Singing without a blouse on in Carnegie Hall will, for example, be out. Under a New York state law signed by Governor Nelson Rockefeller last week, commercial advertisers are forbidden to use names and places of nonprofit cultural and charitable organizations without express permission. The maximum penalty: a $500 fine and one year in jail for the offender.

The bill was introduced by Manhattan Republican Assemblyman John R. Brook at the request...

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