The Press: Shifts

In Chicago, Ill. and Rome, Italy two top-ranking newsmen got ready last week to leave jobs which have brought them fame aplenty and a modicum of fortune.

> Big, brown-haired Louis Ruppel went to the tabloid Chicago Daily Times as managing editor in January 1935, after four years on the New York Daily News, and a brief but exciting term as Deputy Commissioner of Narcotics in the Treasury Department. He found a boisterous, roughhousing staff that would have driven a more timid man to despair, licked it into a fanatically loyal news machine...

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