The Press: Missouri Newshawks (Cont'd)

One night about three weeks ago Dr. Isaac Dee Kelley Jr., an ear, nose and throat specialist of high standing professionally and socially, was called to the telephone of his home in St. Louis. His wife heard him repeat the details of a hurry-call for his services; then Dr. Kelley drove away in his car. He did not return that night, nor the next day. . . . Soon St. Louis papers blared their favorite, almost their stereotyped headline: Kid-napped— It was St. Louis' 13th kidnap case...

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