The Press: Sub for Burma

Solved: the muddle that resulted when Cartoonist Milton Caniff's super-sexy Army newspaper version of Terry and the Pirates (TIME, Jan. 18) collided head on with Caniff's civilian newspaper version, which is sold to civilian publishers by the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate on an exclusive contract basis. The solution: Caniff, beginning last week, draws a lusty, weekly strip for Army newspapers but calls it Male Call, gives his characters names not used in the regular Terry strip. To replace Terry's beautiful, bosomy Burma, there will be a dark, Orientalish, bosomy Caniff gal who will cavort in usual Burma fashion, wisecrack as...

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