A Letter From The Publisher, may 23, 1960

BRITISH Cartoonist Ronald Searle, who drew this week's summit cover (his first for TIME), is recognized as one of the best of Great Britain's talented covey of cartoonists. Searle won a national reputation before he was 30 for his madcap cartoons of "St. Trinian's Girls' School," whose bloomered, black-stockinged, altogether fiendish young ladies roasted oxen in their rooms, made dissenters walk the plank, fired machine guns down the halls ("Girls! Girls! A little less noise please"). He spread his humor through weekly features for Punch and London's News Chronicle, including a cartoon-strip parody on Hogarth's The Rake's Progress, and...

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