Letters, Jan. 19, 1953

Woman of the Year

Sir:

. . . The fact that most of your readers will have felt a warm elation at seeing the Queen's face is the best and only real reason for winning this prominent place . . .

HERBERT ALBRECHT Springfield, Pa.

Sir:

Your asinine choice for "Woman of the Year" was incredible. What did Elizabeth do this past year to deserve this recognition ? . . .

MRS. RALPH R. Ross Las Vegas, Nev.

SIR:

DISGUSTING. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN IKE. GEORGE FOSTER BROWN JACKSON, MISS.

One-Town Skirmish

Sir:

I have to thank you on behalf of my other comrades for your leading article [TIME, Dec. 29]. You...

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