The Press: The Times's Kids

When people say the Chicago Times is run by a bunch of kids, they are only indulging in pardonable exaggeration. Apart from Editor Richard Finnegan (58), its news executives are softspoken, greying Managing Editor Russell Stewart, 33; News Editor Leo Zalucha, 33; Foreign Editor Irving Pflaum, once a United Press foreign correspondent, 36; Robert Kennedy, chief of the Times's Washington bureau, 32.

Into this nest of editorial 3A youthfulness Managing Editor Stewart last week dropped the baby of them all. As city editor, to replace 49-year-old Bruce Grant (gone to London to open a...

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