Letters, Oct. 27, 1952

First Count, Ike Ahead

Sir: I am a serviceman, and proud to be one. It will give me even greater pride, however, that, as a serviceman, I will vote for Dwight D. Eisenhower for President of the U.S. In fact, I have already done so ... by military ballot, which was sent off in the mails . . .


Naval Air Station Norfolk, Va.

Common Types

Sir: Most of us have simple, human dignity. Most of us feel gratitude to those who have served us—and saved us. Most of us prefer...

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