Letters: Feb. 10, 1967

Of Gallantry & Patriotism

Sir: The entire world will mourn the loss of the three astronauts [Feb. 3]. It is certain that the last thing the three gallant men concerned would wish would be for the space program to be abandoned. The benefits already given to mankind as a result of the space program are indeed tremendous, thanks to the devotion to duty of all concerned. Thank you, U.S.A.


Yorkshire, England

Sir: Perhaps the death of the three astronauts was a tragic reminder to the American public that will hopefully shock us...

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