Letters, Nov. 7, 1960

The Candidates

Sir:

Nixon and Lodge are experienced statesmen who are superbly equipped to uphold America's position in the world. All other issues are of secondary importance.

RICHARD S. CAWLEY Needham, Mass.

Sir:

When will Nixon the Noble, Defender of Innocent Ears and Indefensible Rocks, start discussing the issues during the debates and stop talking as though he is auditioning for "Just Plain Dick."

MARY ANN KAWCZYNSKI Chicago

Sir:

Nixon's election would be a triumph of sentimental mediocrity.

MARY JO HOLECEK Detroit

Sir:

I'm fixin' to vote for Nixon no matter how he photographs....

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