The Press: Good Old World

Two more homeloving bodies than Publisher Adolph Ochs and Business Manager Louis Wiley of the New York Times would be hard to find. Yet their newspaper is the country's foremost daily recorder of expeditions to remote spots upon the earth and off it—cloud-piercing peaks, profound caverns, world's ends, experimental rocketeering. Last week at the New Jersey Newspaper Institute, the man whom Messrs. Ochs & Wiley sent to Antarctica to write daily rhapsodies about the Byrd expedition, eloquent Reporter Russell Owen, explained: "The newspaper in this age of uneconomic unhappiness and social unrest...

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