Press: Story Sale

Until Adolf Hitler took it away from its owners last year because they were Jews, the Simon family's Frankfurter Zeitung was generally rated among the four or five greatest newspapers in the world. Fortnight later Kurt Max Oswald Simon, 52, an able publisher without a country or a publication, arrived in Mamaroneck, N. Y. to marry Mrs. Therese Heilner Prince, a well-to-do U. S. widow of 66. Last week, having thoroughly prospected the odd and unfamiliar U. S. publishing scene, dapper, chunky little Dr. Simon picked a magazine to publish. His choice...

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