Letters, Oct. 19, 1931

Loyal American

Sirs:

Certainly all of the gentlemen and patriots of your editorial staff were out of the office when the half tone of President Hoover sitting in front of the Holtz machine copied from the New York Daily News was admitted to your issue of Sept. 28.

How supposedly refined men catering to a refined public could so utterly have forgotten themselves as to do that low down thing I cannot see.

Such disrespect for the highest office of the land and for the gentleman who is so nobly filling it is a direct insult...

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