Letters, Nov. 13, 1933

Dallas' Party

Sirs: It should interest you to know that a number of Dallas people are somewhat peeved that TIME went off on a tangent, or so it seems to them, in its issue of Oct. 30. They feel that all the power and the glory of Jim Farley's Texas visit should not have gone to Amon G. Carter, who played a part but not the whole show.

TIME neglected Dallas' part in the entertainment of the distinguished guests. It was in Dallas that they enjoyed a splendid banquet in the Busch-owned Adolphus Hotel, the...

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