Once upon a time, when tabloids were young and gay, no news was big
enough to crowd the antic hay-tumbling of "Peaches" and "Daddy"
Browning off Page One.
Last week Peaches was in the news again, getting a divorce from No. 3.
But times and the tabs had changed. In Hearst's tabloid New York Daily
Mirror the story landed at the bottom of Page 14. On the front page:
BIG 3 AGREE ON ATOM CONTROL.
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