The Press: Ordeal by Fire

Complained a correspondent in Korea: "For a while it was enough to just get shot at to get a story. Now you've got to get hit to have anything worth while."

What he was talking about was the grim adventure last week of Frank Emery, 23, International News Service Correspondent, and Randolph Churchill, 39, of the London Daily Telegraph. After several days at "Sioggerville" (correspondents' slang for a dangerous sector), Emery and Churchill had gone to a quiet sector for a rest. There, a G.I. braced them: "You fellows always talk to the brass...

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