Press: Colyumist Moses

Long before last November's Democratic landslide swept him out of the Senate, George Higgins Moses of New Hampshire was made a standing offer by William Randolph Hearst to become an editorial writer at $50,000 a year. Not to the Hearst organization, but to Publisher Frank Knox of the Chicago Daily News, onetime Hearstling, went George Moses. Last week, from Washington, he began writing a colyum on national and international events for the News.

No lame duck was ever better fitted for such a job. Mr. Moses knows news. It was to gratify reporter friends...

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