The Press: Marshall Field at Work

—PM, the experimental New York tabloid which has never accepted a line of paid advertising in its three-year life, is seriously considering accepting ads.

—The Chicago Sun, PM's stuffy younger sister, has begun to insert reader-pulling divorce and crime news.

—Marshall Field III, owner of both papers and the Sun's editor, on his soth birthday (Sept. 28) gets the final installment of his grandfather's fortune (TIME, Sept. 20), an inheritance consisting mainly of real estate and valued at about $75,000,000.

Under the terms of his grandfather's lawyer-proof, 23-part will he had already received some $93,000,000 in driblets...

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