Letters: Oct. 10, 1927

Got 38,000


Charter subscriber. First complaint. You refer to Wayne B. Wheeler as "high salaried." Wasn't. Got $8,000 a year. All he'd take.

Even magazine article checks, he indorsed over to "the League." Honest—frugal—sincere. Damned good scout.


Chicago, Ill.

Stand corrected.—ED.



All portions of TIME are profitable. The illustration on the back cover of TIME, Sept. 26 is particularly pleasing. The artist has wittingly caught the true feminine pose appropriate to the incident.

I would suggest that any husband in such circumstances could employ with wrath-averting dignity the self-effacing answer Bassanio made to Portia's magnificent devotion of herself: "Madam, you have bereft me of all...

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