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Dear Editor:

The arguments of Mr. Baer, D. V. M. are most accurate and more still, very logical and practical. I too know personally many Mexicans in my community in California. (I am not Mexican but Puertorican.) The people I know are hard working members of our community, have strong families, are honest and most have been living in the community for many years. Many of the young ones come to join older established family members. (By the way, there is no crime in our community except very minor offenses.)

The employers I know express that they wouldn't be able to do without their Mexican employees. But further still, they are a strong market element thus being a positive contributing factor to the economy. They pay taxes and most also pay Social Security taxes, even if they won't get benefits from it. I want to add this element to the very well brought argument of MR. Baer. And, please ask the President to put his actions where his words are.

Magdalena Villaronga


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