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The Press: Family Fief

Since 1896, when a German immigrant's son named Adolph S. Ochs took control of the anemic New York Times, the paper has grown into a sturdy publication—and a...

Press: Ochs v. Bullock

Manhattanites who do not read Adolph S. Ochs's august, authoritative, exhaustive New York Times, sometimes give as their excuse that it is "heavy," meaning...

The Press: Fat Cat, Thin Margin

Ever since 1896, when the late Adolph S. Ochs bought a decrepit Manhattan daily named the New York Times for $75,000, the paper has turned a profit every year,...

Religion: Hebrew Council

San Francisco's huge-domed Temple Emanu-El is a bright Byzantine touch on Arguello Boulevard. The coruscant half-globe catches the sun's rays, seems to blaze...

The Press: Fifty Years, Fifty Guests

Adolph S. Ochs, 70, of the New York Times, celebrated last week his soth anniversary as publisher of his other newspaper, the Chattanooga, Tenn., Times...

The Press: Bulk

Last Sunday, five cents bought more reading matter than ever before in the history of New York journalism. New Yorkers who wanted their nickel's worth bought...

INTERNATIONAL: Common Upper Limit

"Common Upper Limit" Japanese public opinion was fatefully upheaved by disclosures in Manhattan last week, as in London the Naval Conference of the U. S.,...

The Press: Happy Birthday

In 50 blatant columns of type, cartoons and pictures, Hearst's New York Journal-American last week went on a seven-day sentimental jag. Occasion: the golden...

The Press: Wiley, Waste

Among the ablest of Manhattan's wealthy Hebrews is a small man named Louis Wiley. As Business Manager of the New York Times, he is the right-hand prop of...

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