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LETTERS to the EDITORS
INCLUDES OUR SONS
Tei Free Men Speak:
Fur l\wi yens. I have been lighting
for the release of all our men still held
by the Chinese Re-els. My only boy i-
one nf tin- missing eunl presumed dead
fwith im proof whatsoever).... The
Reds lieilet an untold number "f our
boys in slave c;ini|es. We did not raise
our sons lo In- sold down llie river for
ei cheap, miserable peace. Our governmenl slio«~ cowardice in being soft u.
the Reds.... Our sons were abandoned
and "written off." sole!, sealed and delivered as pari of appeasement -a part
of our "give-away" program.... Our
-eons were loyal io their country. Has
our country been loyal to them?
Mrs. Rita Can Wees
'"."il lluiils Point Vve.,
Bronx 59, N.Y.
To the El I'uso Times:
The motion for ei new trial for Jencks
challenged our Constitution.
Our courts treated Matusow with an
amazing impartiality. Witnessing the
disrespeel In- held for Bociety eunl the
pleasure il Lr;i\i' him, was disgusting. As
the weh cleescel around him, ils effects
could he noticed in his evil expression.
He became less cocky eis his eyes sank
back in his head.
Why does ei self-respecting lawyer defend ;i self-admitted recidivisl like Matusow ?
Judge Thomason will go down in history for overruling the Jencks motion
for a new trial: for holding Matusow in
contempt, eunl for barring lawyers from
his court who invoke lhe Fifth Amendment, El Paso is proud of Judge Thomason.
Our country should profit from his
rulings. Let's make ii impossible for
Commies lu find defense counsel who
try to make et mockery of our courts.
Judge Thomason, we lake our hats
off lo Villi.
P. 0. Box 1527. El I'aso. Texas
To the \eie Red lord Standard-Tiines:
In eill America, can no Moses !"■
found who will lead it- out of the wilderness einel stagnant jieeuls eif negative
thinking, hack to the white li^'lil eef posi
tive lltinkiiiL' anil action, on which this
nalion weis founded and grew great?
\\ i eire being led to tlie high mountain
uf temptation hv native Marxists, brib-
ing us with a pyramiding stock market,
to forgel our sacred honor, our flag, our
posterity ami our duty to help Free the
Christian world, while we clutch to our
bosoms out' possessions and so-called security.
We -ink deeper an.l ele-e-|>cr into tl"'
outstretched arms of lhe devil, hilled by
the monotonous refrain:
He careful, do nothing bul turn il"'
other cheek, lest vou disturb the slum-
I'li- ol the golden calf, resting on the
mythical bed of "coexistence."
37 Walnut Place. Newtonville, Ma^s.
PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN
To the Washington Cost:
William Hamilton's letter on the Com-
niiilei' eef Endorsers' 11-poinl Foreign
Relations Program should have dis-
cussed ils three basic principles:
1. The independenl sovereignty of
llu- United Slates:
2. \ peaceful community of free seiv-
ereign nations, based on law and
3. The Communist dictatorship
which, as obstacle, musl be neutralized ami ultimately exterminated.
Our critic thinks Ceorge Washington
outmoded, quite Forgetting Ins policies
and the Monroe Doctrine inapplicable
despite the subtle techniques of eulveinc-
injr lhe Communisl system in litis hemisphere Wc leave his comments mi non-
recognition of llussiet and on open covenants to the nice-tics of his diplomatic
sophistry. His I \ statements are devastating!) destroyed in Senator Know-
land's Washington Birthday speech.
Our critic dismisses cavalierl) i'"'
Program's four points on the Communisl conspiracy, which is significant
thin \l. Bentley
Member of Congress fur Michig'"1
1038 New House Office Building
Washington 25. I). C-
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COMING OF SOVIET FARM
•STUDENTS' RECALLS LENIN'S
WORD ON U.S. DOOM
To the Xetc York II I,rid
Telegram and Sun:
Now that wc eire inviting the farmd*
"students." etc.. from Russia into oUr
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