The Press: Manna for Hanna

When someone telephones a newspaper office and says, "This is Calvin Coolidge. I have a story for you," the customary answer is, "Is that so?" and a bang of the receiver. Mr. Coolidge makes no habit of telephoning newspaper offices. Neither do Herbert Clark Hoover, Andrew William Mellon, John Pierpont Morgan, Charles Augustus Lindbergh.

Last week Assistant City Editor Arthur F. Spaeth of the Cleveland News (published by big, blond Dan R. Hanna, Jr., grandson of Mark Hanna) picked up his jangling telephone, heard a voice say: "This is Col. Lindbergh speaking." Newsman...

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