Letters, Sep. 19, 1949

Pointed Gaze

Sir:

Is there any significance in having Mr. Dubinsky [TIME, Aug. 29] looking smilingly southward from your cover's clothes compass? Perhaps that region of the country could use some of his admirable talents for doing such a mammoth job in so streamlined and painless a fashion.

WILLIAM R. SHIELDS

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Classical Crib?

Sir:

Re your Aug. 22 issue: "[Elizabeth Taylor's] complexion has been described by an ecstatic publicity man as 'a bowl of cream with a rose floating in it.' " Please compare . . . Elegy on Cynthia of Sextus Propertius:...

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