The Press: Quackery

Bob Paine—Robert Findlay Paine—is going back again for a brief period to edit the Cleveland Press, and his returning is of sentimental importance to this daily of largest local circulation,*—the first of the chain newspapers that the late Edward Wyllis Scripps (TIME, March 22) founded. Earle E. Martin sat at the Press editorial desk from 1905 until he became publisher of the Cleveland Times last summer (TIME, June 14). Ted O. Thackrey is editor now. But Bob Paine has been the editor emeritus of the Press from the day he left 24 years...

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