Letters: Jul. 26, 1968

Equal Time

Sir: Your cover article on the commercial [July 12] was an exquisite amalgam of love, truth, beauty, corn and a little salt.


Sheridan, Wyo.

Sir: I am surprised that you suggested no escape plan for the average CEBUS victim. Mine is workable, simple, and guaranteed to trim the waistline while liberating the mind from ugh-plugs. For women, the average battery of three commercials per station break allows time for any of the following: washing and rinsing about one-third of the dinner dishes, emptying trash, sorting or putting away the wash, pressing...

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