Press: Today

What Vincent Astor does not know about publishing magazines would doubtless fill the logbook of his yacht Nourmahal. What William Averell Harriman does not know about it would fill the minute-book of his Union Pacific board of directors. Mr. Harriman's sister, Mrs. Mary Harriman Rumsey, chairlady of the NRA Consumers Advisory Board, once backed a friend, William Johnson, in an ambitious but unsuccessful Editors' Feature Service (newspaper syndicate), but she is no editorial genius. Neither, for popular purposes, is Raymond Moley, criminologist, economist and erstwhile chief of President Roosevelt's Brain Trust,...

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