The Press: Fifty Years, Fifty Guests

Adolph S. Ochs, 70, of the New York Times, celebrated last week his soth anniversary as publisher of his other newspaper, the Chattanooga, Tenn., Times. Fifty guests (including the president of the Advertising Club of New York, members of the Merchants' Association, Chamber of Commerce, and many a newspaperman) were transported from Manhattan to Chattanooga on a special Ochs train. A banquet at Lookout Mountain Hotel (new) and the official designation of Mr. Ochs as "Citizen Emeritus of Chattanooga" were features. The Chattanooga Times put out an edition of 160 pages (64...

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