The Press: Casey Comes Home

The staff of the Chicago Daily News took time out one night last week for an impressive collective binge to honor a newshawk come home to roost after 22 months on the battlefronts of World War II. Recipient of this kudos was red-faced, balding Robert Joseph Casey, quick of mind and ample of girth, who has been a fair-haired Newsboy since 1920. His standing on the News is such that when his boss, Colonel Frank Knox, congratulated him on a series about the war, he amiably remarked: "I'm glad you like them because they...

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