A Letter From The Publisher, may 31, 1954

Beginning next week, with the issue of June 7, readers in the Territory of Hawaii will start getting the U.S. edition of TIME in place of the Pacific edition, which they have received in the past.

TIME began printing its Pacific edition, now one of the four international editions (the others: Atlantic, Latin American and Canadian) in Honolulu during the war. This edition was distributed in Hawaii, the Pacific Ocean area and the Far East. After the war TIME also started printing in Tokyo. Early this year, transportation and supply facilities had improved to the extent that it was logistically and economically...

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