William Randolph Hearst death notice.
11^ WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST DIED— William Randolph Randolph Hearst, founder of a newspaper newspaper empire, died at his home near Beverly Hills, Calif., on ■ August 14. He was 88. Newspapers Pay Tribute To Hearst BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Newspapers throughout the nation nation paid editorial tribute to a fellow newsman, William Ran dolph Hearst, who died yesterday. Hearsts own New York Jour nal-American, nal-American, nal-American, in a black-bordered black-bordered black-bordered full page editorial, said: "The world has lost a colosses. He was the last of the dauntless pioneers, the last of the indomit able individualists. His departure will means many things to many men." Hearst's New York Daily Mir ror, m another block-edged block-edged block-edged edi torial: William Randolph Hearst possessed a prophetic vision, a pacity to project his mind into the future and to risk action, whether popular or unnonular. with a ing and courage unparalleled in modern journalism. Patriotic American The Indianapolis Star: "Hearst as a patriotic American who consistently defended the principles principles of American liberty and dem ocracy with all the vigor at his command. In a half century inai has seen treason flourish, he was a giant of loyalty." New York Times: "Whatever judgment may finally be passed It can never be denied that he was an almost elemental force." Miami Herald: "Whatever his faults— and they were not pygmies—Hearst pygmies—Hearst was a tremendous force in expanding the field of Journalism." Great Newsman The New York Daily News: "He v(£onUautd on Page 0),