The Press: Foreign News: Jan. 13, 1930

More and more do U. S. citizens demand news of the many foreigners to whom, since the War, they have become commercially and politically attached through treaty, tract and contract. So that their readers might have more intelligence of what happens beyond the sea, many a U. S. newspaper and press bureau has recently augmented its foreign service.

Surprised indeed were newspapermen when, six months ago, the Chicago Daily News whose late Editor Victor Fremont Lawson with Melville Elijah Stone developed the Associated Press, enhanced its foreign news with A. P.'s "opposition."...

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