The Press: Detained

Last year James Russel ("Jimmy") Young, in charge of Hearst's International News Service bureau in Tokyo, lectured in the U. S. Said he: "[a foreign correspondent] should have the ability to meet all kinds of people and keep their confidence at all times. If you don't like the country you're in, just remember that nobody in the country invited you to come there anyhow. ..." Last week Jimmy had his own words to chew on, for he had lost the confidence of Japan's police: Jimmy Young was under arrest.

He had just returned to Tokyo from a tour of China, where he...

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