Pink Merger

Stalwart, brawny men there are today who, if they could remember scenes from their suckling days, would recall not the soft fullness of a mother's breast but a chunky tin can emitting the satisfying gurgle of U. S. condensed milk. And many a man, sensitive to form and color, would recall as a prime symbol of his infancy a fine full-blown pink blossom-the trademark of Carnation Milk.

Last week a carnival of full-blown pink blossoms danced on the prosaic financial pages of daily newspapers. The item was a small...

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