Letters: Apr. 13, 1962

New Justice

Sir: After reading your article on Byron Raymond White [April 6], I can see that President Kennedy has dismissed political temptations in order to make a wise choice.

T. L. KRISCHUNAS Chicago

Sir: Why Whizzer White? A vacancy on the Supreme Court should be filled by the best available legal mind in the U.S.— the current Attorney General. I just can't stand a President who isn't loyal to his relatives and friends.

GRANT W. ERWIN JR. Seattle

Sir: Byron White has many fine qualities as a lawyer, but there are other older, more experienced lawyers who should have been...

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