Letters: Character v. Show

Sirs:

In answer to Herbert Milton Maxwell (TIME, May 23) relative to his "$1,000,000.00 Car,"* I would beg to state that I am happy to believe that President Coolidge recognizes the difference between Character and Show. . . .

H. COULTER TODD

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Not Snobbish

Sirs:

I am a plain man, neither snobbish nor proud, and content to be so. As such I thank you for publishing the letter [TIME, May 23] in which Mr. Herbert Milton Maxwell so cogently points out that since the President of Mexico has a private train...

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