Letters, Sep. 3, 1956

Southern Hospitality

Sir:

I was shocked to read in your Aug. 13 issue that segregation in the Southern states had reached the point where the picture of a Negro is not permitted in a Southern newspaper.

NEIL BUCHANAN

Winnipeg, Man.

Sir:

It is ignorant to cut out Private Ervin's picture, not only because it violates all rules of journalism but because it also violates all moral and social rules. The Morning Star is hardly a newspaper, and anyone who breathes air should see this prime example of the stagnant condition of the South.

DON FARMER...

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