Letters, Oct. 23, 1939



The following is an editorial from the [Detroit] News today:


"Our attention has been called to a sentence in TIME magazine's article on Senator Vandenberg and neutrality law revision:

" 'On strategies, Vandenberg constantly counseled with aging, astute Jay Hayden, of the Detroit News, who often shifts his tobacco quid disgustedly as he blue-pencils the reek from Vandenberg's rhetoric.'

"Mr. Hayden admits that like most mortals he ages a little every day and hopes the process will continue for a long time to come. He does not, however, chew tobacco. Nor...

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