NEW YORK: I Never Knew ...

Tradition is that chorus girls get mink coats the same way minks do. But Rosemary Williamson, a curvaceous and languorous brunette, who helped take the eyestrain out of such Broadway hits as Peep Show and As the Girls Go, dropped by the office of Manhattan District Attorney Frank Hogan one day last week to deny icily that this is true.

Her monologue was inspired by the fact that one Sidney M. Levy, a fast-talking $75-a-week textile salesman had just been thrown into the pokey for swindling several victims out of $45,000 in a phony...

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