Press: Items Forward

Endowed Nation. To make sure The Nation would survive him, aging Publisher Oswald Garrison Villard last week sold it to The Nation Fund, Inc., a non-profit corporation headed by Banker Maurice Wertheim, wealthy liberal.

Screen & Radio. In 1932 the Detroit Free Press won the Pulitzer Prize for a news story written by five men, of whom one was Douglas D. Martin, Sunday editor. Last year Douglas Martin went to his boss, Editor Malcolm Bingay, with an idea: Let the Free Press publish a weekly tabloid supplement in full color dealing with cinema and...

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