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Newspapers: Merger, Paris-Style

Since he hardly needed money, John Hay Whitney took up newspapering for fun. But recently the fun has been costly even for a Whitney, and Jock has been easing...

The Press: New Man for the Trib

In the city of Mexico (pop. 14,000) on the south fork of the Salt River in Missouri's Little Dixie region, the afternoon Ledger has a four-county daily...

Education: Opportunity

Millionaire John Hay Whitney, 45, has long been known as a sportsman (polo, race horses) and financier (J. H. Whitney & Co., Freeport Sulphur Co.). He has also...

Newspapers: Last Blood from a Pale Stone

Twice in the past four years, strikes have shut down and crippled New York newspapers. Last week another strike seemed certain. And this time the stakes were...

Publishers: The Newspaper's Role

"I think it is clear," said John Hay Whitney, publisher of the New York Herald Tribune and former U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, "that though I...

The Press: The Joust

Neither man admits to any desire to become a press lord, but Washington Post Publisher Philip L. Graham and Chicago Sun-Times Publisher Marshall Field are locked...

The Press: Completing the Team

In a set of carefully prepared statements, the New York Herald Tribune (circ. 347,490) last week announced a shift in editorial command. Out as executive editor...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Attack Against Dulles

In London, U.S. Ambassador John Hay Whitney was chatting not long ago to a roomful of influential Britons and Americans about some airy new suggestions for...

The Press: Hello & Goodbye

On the newsroom bulletin board at the New York Herald Tribune appeared a notice of consuming interest to all staffers. "I'm stepping out as editor," it read...

The Press: Round Trip

The distance from Mexico, Mo. to New York City is 1,070 road miles. The difference between the Mexico evening Ledger and the New York Herald Tribune is even...

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