Letters, Nov. 7, 1949

Mason from Sir: President Truman, referring to the time when he became Grand Master of the Missouri Grand Lodge in 1940, says: "I considered it, and still consider it, the highest honor that ever came to me" [TIME, Oct. 10].

If Mr. Truman doesn't consider being President of the U.S. a far greater honor, he voters should . . . return him to his Missouri Masons in 1952.

MRS. C. S. ROTHMAN Cleveland, Ohio

Wide & Woolly Sir: Last year you ran an item on the American Museum of Natural History's experiment in forecasting the...

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