The Press: In Kansas City

When it was announced last week that the Kansas City Star and its morning edition, the Times, had been sold to a syndicate representing the present editors and managers a flood of congratulatory telegrams poured in. The Star had come into the market upon the death of the daughter of its late owner, Colonel William Rockhill Nelson, and friends of the newspaper waited in trepidation for the announcement of the buyer. Among those who expressed their satisfaction that the Star was to remain with the men who had made it were governors,...

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