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LETTERS to the EPITORS
To the Los Angeles Times:
"Russia fishes best in troubled waters."
A prominent man recently sounded
this warning before an assembly of
industrialists gathered to discuss the
The speaker did not imply that
Russia was in any way responsible for
the glaring headlines of the day. Me
simply stated that while we were
reading of the latest antics of the
Ford Foundation, labor disputes, Korean real estate improvements, and
Wall Street hysterics, plus race trial
court farces, Commies quietly fished.
He gave no details of power-greedy
labor leaders forcing a great industry
to cease operating in utter defiance of
law and local authorities. No explanation why the governor of that state
played hide-and-seek with politicians
before making the brave gesture of
calling out the soldiers.
The speaker did not recall the petty
events leading up to a strike.
He just remarked, "Russia fishes
best in troubled waters."
Pat B. Win-sell
1(53 North Murray
THE BIG WHY?
To the Des Tluines Suburban Times:
A state department historian is fired
for condemning a "cover up" (by deletion), of important government documents ...
The head of a Longshoreman's
union (with a dubious background)
An ex-communist professor bears
Ins heart to a congressional committee,
and is threatened by his university
faculty of losing his job.
Another professor (defiant before
a congressional committee) is secure
in his job at a leading university.
A perjury case was dropped against
another professor, who not only has
been at large in Europe lecturing, but
has been re-hired at his alma mater .. .
A young war hero, and recipient
of many decorations, who gave secret
reports to a congressional committee,
in an effort to protect America against
espionage and treason, faces the possibility of a long prison sentence . . .
BEA VON BoESELAGEIt
716 Merrill Avenue
Park Ridge, Illinois
To the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph:
The lack of public indignation and
protest over the atrocities committed
by the Chinese on our returned fliers
The bleeding-heart politicians and
professors, columnists and commentators who recently championed the
"rights" of alleged, accused, admitted
and convicted Commies, spies, subversives and traitors are now strangely
I have yet to read that our fliers
were allowed legal counsel or had
the right to plead silence under any
"amendment to the Chinese Peoples'
"Constitution" or Communist Manifesto.
Apparently the quickest way to lose
your "rights" either as a human being
or as an American is to be captured
by Communists while performing duties for your country.
William J. Mackey
8 Mesa Place
Colorado Springs, Colorado
STOP POURING MONEY
DOWN FOREIGN DRAINS
To the San Diego Union:
Maybe the average American does
not know what is to his best interest,
but it is a safe bet if he had his say,
he would vote 90 per cent against
scattering more billions of taxpayers'
money over the world.
Knowing that India has always
taken Russia's side in every controversy against America, the 60 million
dollars we are pouring into India gives
us a political belly-ache. This is turned
into real acid indigestion when we are