National Affairs: Better Late ...

General George Marshall had stayed on in Honolulu until the last minute, taking it easy, soaking up the sun, reading three or four books a day. The ten-day vacation had done him a world of good. When he stepped out of his big C-54 at Burbank's Lockheed airport he was tanned, rested and jovially noncommittal about his new job.

Before he took off again for Washington he had time for a long visit with his old friend and wartime military secretary, Frank McCarthy, now assistant to Board Chairman Byron Price of the Motion Picture...

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