Today, a look back to the spring of 1935 when Walter Winchell, famed newspaper columnist and radio broadcaster, ran an item about Tudor City's parks:
. . . Scallions to the Tudor Park sign; "No Children, Only Adults Admitted!". . .
Winchell's implication that Tudor City was child-unfriendly didn't please the French Company, and soon Tudor City Service, the colony's monthly magazine ‒ underwritten by the French Company ‒ set the record straight.
The editorial in its entirety, below:
Winchell continued to run assorted Tudor City items over the years, see earlier posts here, here and here.