A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 8, 1959

TIME'S alphabet (partial) of last week's news:

A is for Able, a round-eyed monkey and one of the world's first two mammals to go into space and back. See SCIENCE.

B is for Blough, U.S. Steel's chairman, who will have the top say about how much in raises—if anything—will go into the pay envelopes of thousands of steelworkers. See BUSINESS.

¶is for Charlie, Halleck by name.

In the Clinic or Whip Room, He plays a rough game. See NATIONAL AFFAIRS cover.

D is for D-Day 15 years ago this week, recalled in story and a brilliant...

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