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Vol. 10, No. 5 (Sept. 1951)

Letters from See readers,   pp. 50-[51] PDF (1.5 MB)


Page 50

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LETTERS FROM JI READERS
STRIKING AGREEMENT
SIRS: Talk about hitting the nail on
the head!
Early in March, I read these state-
ments in SEE's article, "My Plan to
Fight Red China," by General Claire
L. Chennault:
"The Chinese Nationalists on For-
mosa (led by Chiang Kai-shek) must
execute not only guerrilla raids but
overt, formal acts of warfare against
the mainland Communists ...
"Unless the grip of Communism on
Asia can be loosened, the Reds, by
enslaving all the Orient, soon will win
an almost inexhaustible supply of man-
power and raw materials . . . and can
build an enormous juggernaut for use
in Europe."
In April, a month later, I read this
headline in my morning newspaper:
'MacArthur Calls for a 2nd Front in
Asia, Using Chiang's Troops."
"If we lose the war to Communism
in Asia," MacArthur said, "the fall of
Europe is inevitable."
It was because of this statement that
MacArthur was relieved of his com-
AGREE ON WAR IN CHINA
I-
mand and returned home
was greeted as a hero in
cisco, Washington, New Yo
and other cities.
No doubt you noted t
agreement between these
American military authori
Far East.
Chicago, Ill.
[] We agree that their agr
striking.-ED.
Sins: I was very much i
General Chennault's views
Fight Red China," which
coincided with mine.
You may be sure that I'
ed to exhibit the copy of 8
ous of my colleagues h
Senate.
STYLES BR
United St
Washington, D.C.
SIRS: MAY WE US
CHENNAULT STORY IN
SIONAL RECORD FRO
CATHOLIC DIGEST? W
PUBLICATION DATE
WIRE REPLY.
EDWARD A.
CATHOLIC DI
ST. PAUL, MINN.
[ ] Permission granted. Ma
Chennasit's article, which
into the Congressional
peared in the May, 1951, is
-ED.
INDIA-LAST HOPE FOR PEACE
SiRs: I am an Indian engineer on a
short visit to the U.S.A., and I was
interested in the article on "India--
Last Hope for Peace," by Vincent
Sheean. in your May 1951 issue. He has
interpreted the Indian political view-
point with an understanding which is
indeed unique.
H. S. KUI.KARNI
Philadelphia, Pa.
SIRs: The Silvana Mangano layout
(SEE, July 1951) is wonderful and we
bought out our newsstand. Thank you
very much.
MARJORIE T. Giss
Lux Film
New York, N.Y.
MEN LOSING THEIR MAGN
Sins: Thanks for the ni
presented my views on t
"Are American Men Losing
netism?" (SEE, May 1951)
My picture sold a few
around this restaurant.
New York, N. Y.
Silts: No. American m
losing their magnetism. T
most magnetic in the worl
Who are the greatest
fighters, politicians, write
iness leaders? American n
Women will never be able
with men as far as magne
cerned. True, there are
women in the world-Mar
Smith, Mrs. Roosevelt and
sell, for example-but thei
still small.
If women cannot see th
more magnetic, they must
without eyes.
J.
Fort Jackson, S. C.
Sans: Compare your ave
ican working man to yo
European. The American w
has a better education th
ropean counterpart, thus
ners, better speech and a
point on things in general
shorter hours and does eas
work, due to American-buil
eTherefore, he has more ti
ergy for his womenfolk.
Would American worn
where he     spend their evenings with
San Fran-    pean farmer who has to
rk, Chi o    with back-breaking work,
smells like his stock, or th
he striking   farmer who has men to wctoget wt  im  n  h  nms
two groeat   wtlianyh         nms
ties on the  like, acts like and is a
after hours?
Jr. T. JONzs   Remember, ladies, altl
women in other countries
eement was    for the things you have, th4
because you don't realize
them. You have the best
nterested in  world but don't know it.
on "How to                      JAS
so closely    Fort Devens, Mass.
was delight- BOUQUETS FROM ALL OVE
e i tohae Stas: What a top-notcl
ere i  the SEE is. The article abou
tMRSMaj. Gen. Claire Lee Chenl
ates Senate   May 1951), and the starti
written article, "Stalin's P
quer the World," by brillit
E  CLAIRE      Lyons (SEE, Jan. 1951),
CONGRES-      considered must reading.
M  SEE IN       The editors and publis
'HAT WAS      be proud of their outstan
? PLEASE      znc, which can safely and
recommended to the entir
HARRIGAN                         MITCH
IGEST           Santa Cru, Calif.
tjor General
was read
Record, ap-
sue of BEE.
ETISM?
ce way you
SIRS: We wish to thank you for the
Empire State TV tower story ("Tallest
Tower on Earth," SEE, May 1951).
The story was excellent.
GILBERT CARROLL
Empire State Bldg.
New York, N. Y.
SIRs: Your article in the May issue
of SEE on our art exhibition, Chal-
lenge and Defy, strikes me as a good
job well done.
I find the reproduction work excel-
lent and the handling of the material
most interesting and seriously presen-
ted on a proper ,level.
SIDNEY JANIS
Sidney Janis Gallery
New York, N. Y.
DISAGREES ON WEST POINT
he question - SIRS: Your views on West Point
Their Mag-  Military Academy (SEE, May 1951)
would be -laughable if they were not
extra copies  s tragically misleading to impression-
able youth. If they are widely shared,
TooTs SHOR  it is only by a public which laps up
propaganda like yours, lacking a better
en are not   source of information.
heyI served under a number of West
hed ae. h    Point officers during the war (and be-
d.          fore) and came away with contempt
sportsmen,fo
rs and bus- tin an academy which sends out little
en.     tingods to treat men like cattle.
len.H
to compete     owevet good their academic edu-
cation may be, they graduate ignorant
tism is con- of life; inexperienced; the men under
important them suffering their blunders and lack
garet Chase  of imagination. Aside from this, their
Jane Rus- attitude is that they are a higher form
r number is  of life than others-they believe it!
aeThis makes them not only obnoxious
at men areto enlisted men and other officers, but
be women   the very antithesis of democracy. My
C. KNOWLES   views are based on bitter experience.
ARNOLD Rurei
Dallas, Tex.
rage Amer-
ur average   ELOQUENT FEET
orking man
an his Eu-     SIRS: In the September issue of
better man-  SEE there was an amusing series of
better view-  pictures, showing a boy and girl
. He works   meeting, courting and marrying, in
ier and less  terms of photos of their feet alone.
t machines.    We found these pictures very in-
me and en-   teresting. I am sure you will under-
stand why when I tell you that
en  rather   Pkoman is the biggest shoe store in
the Euro-   Scandinavia.
till his soil  We would like very much to have
and who    copies of these pictures in order to
e American   display them in our shop.
rk for and                         N. LdNDSON
cases looks    Skoman A/B
gentleman     Stockholm, Sweden
ough  the   ACCOLADE FROM THE ORIENT
envy you
ty pity you    Sits: Your magazine SEE is ex-
you have    cellent. I am  a regular local sub-
nen in the   scriber and like it very much. Keep
up the good work!   .
J. PRVILLn
R
magazine
t China by
nault (SEE,
ng, expertly
Ian to Con-
aIt Eugene
should be
ters should
ding maga-
sensibly be
family.
LL HEYWOOD
Sins: Your treatment of our CBS-TV
show BEAT THE CLOCK (SEE, May
1951) was really top rate.
WnAAm S. ToOMAN
New York, N. Y.
S. JACKSON
Hong Kong
GUIDE FOR THE UNMARRIED
Sits: I believe it is high time--and
most SEE readers wiH concur-that
you replaced Bertram Vogel, author
of "A Guide for the Unmarried" (SEE,
May 1951), with an author and coun-
selor who is capable of accentuating
the positive sides of Sex.
HENRY AMoIA
Washington, D. C.
SiRs- In his fine article, "A Guide for
the Unmarried," Bertram Vogel dem-
onstrates again, as he has demonstra-
ted before, that he possesses sound
moral understanding and an aware-
ness of the importance of spiritual
values.
HOWARD FARR
Chicago, Ill.


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