ADVERTISING: Sugar Slogans

Faced with the Labor government's plan to take over the sugar industry, Great Britain's biggest sugar company, Tate & Lyle, decided to fight back. On the 2,000,000 cartons of sugar it sells daily, Tate &. Lyle printed: "Keep S Out of State"; "Tate, Not State"; "Untouched by Hand—Hands Off Sugar." Last week, after two months of campaigning, Tate & Lyle's Lord Lyle charged that the Ministry of Food had tried to throttle his propaganda. Not so, said the Ministry: "Lord Lyle's statement mystifies us. The ministry has no powers, to intervene."

With that assurance, Tate &. Lyle went ahead with a...

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