The Press: Resignations

Resignations from the editorial staffs of TIME Inc., effective Jan. 1:

TIME: T.S. (for Thomas Stanley) Matthews, 52, who joined the editorial staff in 1929 as a book reviewer. Quickly advancing to Books editor, Matthews became a general editor in 1937 and was appointed managing editor in 1943. In a decade of great expansion, during which TIME'S circulation doubled, he established higher standards of good reporting, good thinking, good writing. A year ago it was hoped that he might launch an English edition of TIME, and when that proved impracticable, he resigned in order...

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