The Press: Having Wonderful Time

Time turned backward for aging William Randolph Hearst. Once again, as in the days of his beloved Spanish-American War (when Hearst himself dramatically "invaded" Cuba from a chartered steamboat, captured 26 wet, befuddled Spanish sailors whose ship had been sunk in the Battle of Santiago), a Hearst reporter was dashing about, brushing the Army & Navy aside, taking strategically important objectives singlehanded, and revealing all. The reporter: bulky, handsome Clark ("Chang") Lee, 38. In six days, by his own word, Clark Lee had: ¶ Been the first to find "Tokyo Rose" (see RADIO)....

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