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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 14, No. 7. June 25, 1951

Pro-Peace Movement Anti-Executive

Pro-Peace Movement Anti-Executive

Sir,—We, the under-signed, being members of Salient Staff wish to dissociate ourselves from the leader entitled "thanks" in the last issue of Salient and also from the front page article entitled "Is the Peace Movement Genuine?"

Dealing with the latter, it was stated that "It was a Salient staff effort, although some of the material was used in a talk to the Catholic Students Guild." In case any students should think that these opinions on the Peace movement are shared by the whole of the staff, we wish to state that we consider the Peace movement genuinely seeks World Peace, and is not subservient to the Interests of any nation.

As for the leader, we maintain that it should have simply said that, "It is not the proper function of an Editor to electioneer." It may be true that this Executive has worked hard, But it is not true that it has worked in the interests of All students.

Yours etc.,

H. C. MacNeill, Asst. Editor.

C. V. Bollinger, Asst. Editor.

N. M. Grange, Asst. Editor.

M. N. Piper, Business Manager (Assistant).

D. E. Davey, Sports Editor.

G. Martin, Reporter.

L. B. Piper, Reporter.

P. Cooper, Reporter.

M. Pagani, Reporter.