A Letter From The Publisher: Sep. 7, 1962

AMONG the perils of reporting this week's cover story on David Rockefeller, Correspondent Marshall Berges counts a rocky trip from New York to Maine with his subject aboard a Beechcraft. They put down at Rockland in rough weather. Unable to go on, they tramped up and down U.S. 1 in the rain, only to find every motel flashing a "No Vacancy" sign. "I wasn't really worried," says Berges. "I figured that if things really got desperate, Rockefeller would buy us a motel."

They finally found an 8-ft. by 8-ft. cabin in Camden, Me., barely big enough for two beds. Rockefeller got into...

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