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LETTERS to the EDITORS
URGES CITIZENS TO
To the Houston Chronicle:
Why is il ilieil people are so vociferous in their condemnation of llie gov-
ernmenl eiml so mute about giving their
congressmen iln- benefit of llieir opinions? They seiv "\\ heit eem mn' person
These Chinese proverbs are the ems-
wer: "A journey of 1000 miles begins
wilh a single step" and "It is better tn
light a single candle than In curse the
I have no desire in disparage those
who immigrate lo our country, but il
i- undeniable iheil there heis been .t
decided influx of people lo our shores
who have been conditioned in accepl
ee- final anything emanating frnm the
"powers that be.' Sometimes I believe
tin- impact of their thinking on ours
liets been sn pronounced ilieil today we,
too, accept as gospel any ruling in-
flicted upon us.
Iii- make ourselves heard, or by
our silence we may lose the ideals we
wish in perpetuate.
Mrs. I'M,, M. Mitchell
22II.T Arbor Street, Houston, Texas
THE KOREAN NEUTRALS
Tn lln- Ins Ingelcs IIeriiltl Express:
The chief enemy of the I nited States
is Russia who marches resolutely down
the path toward its avowed goal of
This I'lii'im fomented iln- Korean
"Police Action" which marked lhe first
military defeat we have ever suffered.
\\ Inn ei spurious peace weis foisted
upon ii-. through ignorance or worse,
ei committee nf so-called "neutral" na-
tions was selected tn see thai the terms
litis.iet. mir chief foe. was represented mi llii- commission by Iwo satel-
Our erstwhile comrade-at-arms, South
Korea, discovered ilmi Red agents were
taking advantage of the opportunity in
espy Iter defense.
When -In- laa.mil- justly angry we
were found in llu- grotesque position of
defending lln- representatives nf our
chief I'lieim againsl the people nf mir
staunch eillv Korea.
Where heis lite- traditional .American
honor, common sense, and courage fled?
13535 Valerio St., Van Nuys, Calif.
Tn lhe- Dallas News:
The railroad -Irikc in England has
revealed differences between conditions
in England, and other European countries, and the United Sletics.
Wages nf English locomotive oitL'i-
iicci's einel firemen have been $27.30 a
week. They asked for SI.12 a week itt-
crease, which would make their weekly
wage the magnificent sum nf $28.40.
Hui the government, which owns the
railroads, says the besl ii could offer
wet- em increase of 70 cents, which
would make the total wage an even
Workers who are tempted Inward socialism or communism should take
warning. Floyd E. Royer
4918 Ash Lane, Dallas, Texas
ee- ee ::•
Tn the Baltimore News-Post:
One of lhe present "musts" of lhe
"Americans" for Democratic Action, lhe
one-world internationalists, ami mlicr
foreign eiml subversive groups is the
tearing (hewn nf mir immigration harriers.
Both mir increasing population ami
unemplo; menl dictate that we strengthen
nr eit least maintain our presenl immigration law.
We' have poured loo much down lhe
tail hull'- in foreign countries ami il is
high lime iheil our parasitic "friends"
hr informed thai we arc nn longer
gning tn -itlisiili/c ihcm. \\t'"\f given
them mir money, we've given them our
boys, we've given them our blood; for
1 hiiI's seikc Id'- nol give them our
country. Donald J. Ely
1350 Wesl 11 si Streel
Baltimore 11. Maryland
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BASIS FOR DECISION
Te, the Dallas Neics:
Our country has come lo a sorry slate
of affairs when the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, speaking fnr all the
members nf ihe court, should cite as
his authority for a decision ;i leeeeik
compiled by an alien who advocates lhe
destruction of lhe American form of
government the form of governmenl
which ihis Chief ,lu-tiic .mil ihis court
are swe.rn In uphold.
/•:. G. Schulze
1839 Philip St., Dallas, Texas
I'M is Klllil M NKWS, November, 1055