The Press: A Punch for Parade

The five-year-old Sunday supplement Parade was the first of Marshall Field's newspaper ventures to show a profit. Last winter, aiming to keep it showing, Field went shopping for a topflight adman. At Crowell-Collier Publishing Co. he found his man: red-haired Arthur H. Motley, 46, onetime Fuller brushman, who had done wonders as publisher of the American Magazine. To help "Red" Motley make up his mind, Field offered to share Parade's ownership with him.

Last week Parade made another raid on the Crowell-Collier reservation. This time Publisher Motley, looking for a new editor, grabbed 33-year-old Ken W. Purdy from his job as editor...

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