A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 17, 1947

Dear Time-Reader

The change of diet has been a bit too strenuous for our young son Jerry and he has been eating some of the baby's food by way of relief. Therefore, her supplies are diminishing alarmingly. I am most anxious for the baby's food to get off right away. If she had to go a day without the right food, we would all end up in the insane asylum. She is an angel with a temper that pierces eardrums, raises roofs, blasts buildings.

This plea from a harassed mother, the wife of one of our Paris...

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