Letters, Oct. 26, 1931

Hoover & Garneld

Sirs:

I quote you from the irrepressible Walter Winchell's column of Sept. 30:

''There's Hoover, frinstance. . . . He's a columnist at heart. . . . During his talk to the Legion in Detroit he never credited Garfield with a nod or bow . . . and Mr. H. practically used word for word of Garfield's plea to the G. A. R. Vets of 50 years ago—when he discussed pensions. . . ."

It would be extremely interesting to American Legion and other veterans if the above statement were confirmed by TIME...

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