The Press: At Binghamton

One Sunday morning, in Binghamton, N. Y., the Rev. D. Stanley Shaw waxed warm as he got on with his sermon in the Tabernacle Church. One thing had led to another; Pastor Shaw found himself talking about U. S. newspapers. As reported by those who heard him, Pastor Shaw declared that the average modern newspaper, not excluding the dailies right there in Binghamton, were not worth more than 15 minutes of the time of a Christian reader. Some in the congregation quoted Pastor Shaw as adding: "Modern newspapers are a stench in the...

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