Press: Loud Smell

The New York News has 1,600,000 daily circulation and the courage of its errors. It pours more ashes in its beard in a year than most other journals do in a generation. Last week the News was at it again. Postmaster General Farley had just announced that the Post Office had lost $46,614,723 in the year ending June 30, 1937. but had it not handled second-class mail (papers & periodicals) for a $89,148,809 loss it would have made $42,534,086.*

"To the extent that the News mails papers," said the breast-beating News, which has only 3,600...

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