The Press: The Army's Guests

Who fouled up the peace news? At bars where newsmen gather, pinning the blame will be a soul-searching pastime for years to come. But that miscarriage of news and the possibilities of similar miscarriages posed a bigger problem than the morals of the Associated Press's Ed—ward Kennedy, whose "scoop" went sour.

Off the Record. The full story, thanks to the whims of SHAEF censorship, was slow in coming out. On Sunday afternoon at an airport outside Paris, 16 newsmen had been assembled—on 15 minutes' notice—and told they were to cover an important out-of-town assignment....

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