A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 1, 1962

WE think a long time before deciding to add more editorial pages to the magazine. The amount of news we print remains constant through the year, though the number of advertising pages varies with the seasons. We prefer to stay compact—or "curt, clear and complete," as we used to say.

Some of our readers like to skip around among favorite sections, but a surprising number are still cover-to-cover readers. So, since everybody's time counts these days, we try to limit ourselves to providing one evening's worth of reading a week.

The result is a...

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