I have just read your exceptionally well-written report [July 26] on the current labor relations problems on the railroads. The conclusion, regarding the motives of Mr. H. E. Gilbert and his prospects for victory, is as frank and perceptive as any I have read.
New York City
That featherbedded gondola looked cool, clean and comfortable to me. Couldn't help thinking that 37,000 sanitary engineers could be used to clean those trains allotted to nonbovine passengers east of the Mississippi River.
I think the railroads really need those firemen with their bucketsjust switch from sand to soap and water.
MARY JOYCE LUNN