The Press: Tropic Isle

The seductions of Florida—long capitalized by realtors of that commonwealth—have penetrated even into the propaganda-hardened hearts of editors.

Last week it was announced that three of them—Dr. Albert Shaw, editor of The Review of Reviews; Arthur Brisbane, Hearst columnist and editor; John H. Perry, President of the American Press Association; together with two "movie" men, Will H. Hays, President of the Motion Picture Producers' and Distributors' Association, and Charles H. Christie (of Christie Comedies)—had bought an island off the coast of Florida. The island is Innerarity, onetime stronghold of pirates, near Pensacola.


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