Letters, Jul. 24, 1944

Foreign Piece

Sirs:

If that dinky pistol carried by General George Marshall on his visit to the Normandy beachhead is a Service model .45-caliber automatic, then my bazooka is a popgun.

(SERVICEMAN'S NAME WITHHELD) New York City

¶George Marshall's super-popgun is a 9-mm. corto (short) Italian-made Beretta automatic. As a weapon it is nothing special, but the General likes it.—ED.

Republicans

Sirs:

I think that Dewey [TIME, July 10] is undoubtedly an able and capable man. He, however, does not have the emotional appeal, the ability to inspire hero worship that Willkie had. One other...

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