The Press: Newspaper Week

Last week was newspaper week in Manhattan. But for the first time in 26 years the American Newspaper Publishers Association and allied organizations and the Associated Press met neither together nor in the sedate Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (now being razed). Instead, to Hotel Pennsylvania went the A. N. P. A.; to the Commodore went the A. P. (TIME, April 28).

Work Done. Newsmen know that little is ever accomplished during their perennial Manhattan muster save chit-chat and jollification. Chief business done by the A. P.: the re-election...

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