Letters, Feb. 9, 1953

The First Lady

Sir:

There is a face on TIME'S [Jan. 19] cover that I like to have looking at me, as the magazine rests on my book table . . . Usually I put it there, face-side hidden, as I don't like to be stared at promiscuously. But Mrs. Eisenhower's . . . features say, better than words, that innate kindness and greed-free drives can animate people, even today. Glad I am that she is the mate of a man in a high place.

R. C. DEWEY

W. Arcadia, Calif.

Solution in Korea?

Sir:

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