Letters, Jan. 4, 1943

What Goes in the War

Sirs:

I wanted you to know that the boys of my son's battery, somewhere in Australia, use TIME as their barometer of "what goes" in the war. In every V-letter he sends, we are instructed: "For accurate war news, read TIME. They haven't missed yet on facts we can verify."

ADELE Ross New York City

Nautical Exactitude

Sirs:

As a lover of things nautical and of sailing ships in particular, I rise in protest against your description of the Gertrude L. Thebaut as a "full-rigged schooner" [TIME, Dec. 14]. Webster defines...

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