Where is it written that, when a conflict between the Anglo community and the Latino community occurs, the dispute must always be settled in favor of the Latinos?
This is the question that I would like to put to John A. Trujillo in reply to his letter (Southeast/Long Beach sections, Nov. 3). Mr. Trujillo's opinions seem to echo the opinions of the Latinos in this area--never cooperate with the Anglos in any matter.
He states that we Anglos should adapt ourselves to the incoming Latino population. My stand, and I feel that I speak for the majority of the Anglo population, is that it is the responsibility of the Latinos to adapt to the customs of the country they seek residence in, instead of attempting to set themselves up as a separate group.
I find the mentioning of El Pollo Loco and Der Wienerschnitzel ludicrous when these two firms are used as examples of the use of foreign names for an enterprise. Both of these firms are well-advertised entities, and are known to everyone as "fast food" outlets.