The Press: What's the President Say?

Whenever Manhattan's key-hole columnists tire of puffing their friends or scalping their public enemies, they refresh their spirits by jealously skinning one another. Last week the knives came out with a vengeance. And, fittingly enough, Walter Winchell, who is the busiest scalper, this time got the closest skinning.

Columnist Leonard Lyons was the first to lift a bit of hide. Although Lyons is no

Winchell admirer, he had taken the job of vice-president of Winchell's Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. Two months ago Lyons resigned. Last week he explained why. He had been outraged, said...

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