Letters, Feb. 16, 1948

Whomever

Sir:

"What . . . Dana Andrews needs ... is the love of a girl whom he can't feel is pitying him" [TIME, Jan. 26]. And that from a movie reviewer whom certainly ought to know better.

ARCH W. JARRELL

Editor

The Grand Island Daily Independent Grand Island, Neb.

¶ There was so much plot in that picture it was hard to tell who was who.—ED.

Fruit Cake

Sir:

Re Upton Sinclair's letter [TIME, Jan. 26]: "Let me market my radical cake, with plenty of icing."

Pink icing, of course. . . . Californians know that...

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