Late but Ample

Hard-working Stephen T. Early walked out on a reputed $20,000-a-year job (as Washington representative of Paramount-Publix Corp. and Paramount News) to become Franklin D. Roosevelt's press secretary. During his twelve years in that post he won fame at financial sacrifice. Every time he had wanted to quit to take one of a dozen business offers, FDR had talked him out of it. So he continued to draw the authorized $10,000 a year.

Last week Pullman Inc. announced that 55-year-old Steve Early will become one of its vice presidents on June 1. His announced job: car manufacture and sales; no public...

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