By Stephen M. Silverman
June 12, 2002 12:24 PM

DONATED: Christy Turlington, 33, put her figure to good use by donating all royalties from her mannequin likeness to the UNICEF Global Girls Education Initiative, a spokeswoman for the mannequin’s designer and manufacturer, Ralph Pucci, told PEOPLE.com. A dozen of the custom Turlington mannequins, which feature the supermodel in a meditating yoga position, have adorned the windows of New York’s Saks Fifth Avenue for the past month. … DENIED: The Walworth County Highway Committee (outside of Milwaukee) refused a performance permit to the promoters of a Grateful Dead reunion concert on Tuesday, saying the area could not handle the enormous crowd expected, reports the Associated Press. The two-day concert, slated for Aug. 3-4, would have marked the first time Grateful Dead members Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir staged a concert together since the 1995 death of Jerry Garcia, the Dead’s leader and founder . . . DIED: Swedish and Hollywood screen actress Signe Hasso, 91, died in Los Angeles on Friday, reports Reuters. Her best-known role may have been opposite Ronald Colman in 1947’s “A Double Life.” … DONE: The Woody Allen lawsuit against his former producer and best friend, Jean Doumanian, was settled privately in the chambers of Manhattan’s State Supreme Court Judge Ira Gammerman on Tuesday night. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Allen, 66, had claimed he was owed $12 million plus interest stemming from the profits of seven of his movies. Doumanian had said the films were not profitable. Allen, who was in court for three of the nine days that the case was before the jury, was not present when the final deal was squared. But leaving the courtroom, Doumanian was asked if her wounded friendship (of nearly 40 years) with Woody could ever be repaired. She simply shrugged her shoulders.

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