The Press: Section XII

When Media Records, which measures newspaper advertising, last week released its November figures for New York City, the Herald Tribune had piled up a nice Sunday gain on its competitor, the Times. Compared with November 1936, the Times lost an average of five pages of advertising each Sunday while the Herald Tribune made a fractional gain. Ordinarily such a record calls for prolonged professional crowing, but the Herald Tribune has been in no mood to crow since Sunday, November 21, when the paper carried as "Section XII" a 40-page glorification of Cuban Boss...

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