The Press: Correspondent in Trouble

One night last month the managing editor of the Boston Herald got a longdistance call from Reporter Alan Frazer, speaking from one of the Canadian maritime provinces. Reporter Frazer's voice was excited, muffled, guarded. Said he: "You won't hear from me for a couple of weeks or so, but don't worry. I've got a surprise for you, and it will be good. I can't talk about it because a censor is standing over my shoulder." Then he hung up quickly. Not a word since then has Managing Editor Robert Choate heard from Reporter Frazer himself. But from the British and Canadian...

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