Letters, Oct. 21, 1946

Two-Sided Sponsors

Sirs:

Because of the recent publicity given the gifts of the sponsors of wartime ships [TIME, Sept. 23], it seems only fair that someone should mention that the giving was not entirely one-sided.

Many of these women . . . gave to these ships such things as athletic equipment, ship's libraries, silver pitchers and trays, deck chairs, radios, victrolas, etc., and we hope that they are still giving pleasure to the men on board the ships today.

GEORGINA HICKS MAGE Pasadena

Sirs:

My husband was in the Army 18 months, twelve of which were...

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