Letters, Sep. 5, 1949

D.P. in Omaha

Sir:

I read with interest the article concerning Eugene Stefan, the D.P., and how union men went on strike to give his job to another [TIME, Aug. 15]. Omaha, indeed, must be quite a city. No doubt the 300 strikers and Labor Leader Preble must feel rather proud of themselves for having secured the job for a "real American" instead of a foreigner . . .

CHARLES E. KERN New Haven, Conn.

Sir:

... I note that Labor Leader Preble . . . was not impressed by "the song & dance about [Stefan's] mother and sister being persecuted and murdered" . . .

Was...

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