A Letter From The Publisher: Jul. 20, 1962

A Letter from the Publisher

WE find ourselves confronted by the random and unpredictable big news of the week, but the kind of news we seek out varies in the summertime, just as readers' interests change. Schools close, or go on summer schedule; theater becomes straw hat, or old hat; TV repeats itself. But one TIME section increases in interest and importance in the summer: sport.

This is the domain of Charles Parmiter, 29, a clergyman's son who was born in Massachusetts, brought up in Hawaii, and, after an Army stint in the Far East and four years as a reporter in Honolulu,...

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