A Letter From The Publisher: Feb. 4, 1966

ON the TIME masthead this week appears a familiar name in an unfamiliar location. Home from the wars, coups and crises is veteran Correspondent James Bell to head our expanded New York bureau.

In his 15 years of reporting from abroad, Kansas-born Bell has roamed the world in pursuit of the big stories, and some little ones. On and off he covered the fighting in Korea, the Congo and Viet Nam. Leaving for Korea, he said: "I feel like the firehouse Dalmatian when the bell rings." At Inchon, he became the Korean War's 27th casualty among newsmen when he suffered a fractured...

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