Letters: Aug. 3, 1962

In & Out in Society

Sir: Just as I finish telling my eleventh-grade summer students that the art of satire is dying in our country, along comes your trenchant cover story on today's society [July 20]. Thank you for an evening's entertainment. STANLEY A. WERNER Beacon, N.Y.

Sir: Mrs. Guest, who is on your cover, and the man who dresses her, Mr. Mainbocher, are regulars at the Pavilion. It is Out only when it is closed. It is Out to the people who are...

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