The Press: The A. P. Deploys

To A.P. men in Europe went crisp, personal cables signed KENPER. They meant, as they usually do, that A.P. Executive Director Kent Cooper, who considers A.P.'s foreign staff his own baby, was juggling the boys around.

One KENPER cable last week packed cocky, capable J. Wes Gallagher, 33, head of A.P.'s invasion staff, off to Germany to head a star-studded bureau. Gallagher has been acting Paris bureau chief ever since Edward J. Kennedy was disaccredited by the Army for his V-E scoop. Under Gallagher in Berlin will be three Pulitzer Prize winners: Louis Lochner, prewar head of A.P.'s Berlin bureau; Daniel de...

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