Letters, Oct. 26, 1953

Suds Unlimited Sir:

Your cover story on" Procter & Gamble (Oct. 5) was excellent—but I'm mad I You didn't mention one word about the best daytime program on radio: Pepper Young's Family.

KAY FLOYD New York City


Soap Lord McElroy, who speaks feudalistically of the "ordinary people . . . who win wars for us," shrugs off a job even the feudal lords did not shirk: they, at least, usually realized that raising artistic standards was not alone "the problem of the schools" but the moral and social responsibility of those whose money supported...

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