Notes and Comment

February 1963
New Yorker;2/2/1963, Vol. 38 Issue 50, p23
The article reflects on the tendency of people to read the inscriptions on labels of foods and other products used for breakfast. The label White Rose Black Pepper of a canister was taken from the book with the same title from a review in the periodical "Times." Several food products also include the abbreviation Reg. Penna. Dept. Agr. It cites the significance of the role of newspapers.


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