Letters, Mar. 12, 1934

Letters

Kind Old Daddy

Sirs:

You usually refer to the British Monarch as "George V,'' and couch the rest of the reference in language which suggests the outlook of a Kahlege Kid from the Bible Belt, rather than of the only newspaper with a modern orientated intelligence published in the Anglo-Saxon tongue.

Realize that "George V is the most unassuming Englishman alive, not a snob, and speaker of probably the only unaccented English in the world. He runs with natural ability a job not of his own choosing, which your Brain Trust would bungle in a...

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