A Letter From The Publisher: Feb. 12, 1965

PRINTING TIME has become an international operation that turns out, almost simultaneously, 3,495,000 copies in the U.S. and 843,000 abroad, in ten printing plants. As of this week, the number is increased to eleven, for this is the first issue to be printed in New Zealand.

Time Inc. does not own its own printing plants, but prefers contract arrangements with local firms—the latest being New Zealand Newspapers, Ltd. in Auckland. Until now, the magazines were flown 1,629 miles from Melbourne, Australia, but henceforth, 35,000 copies will be printed in Auckland, then shipped by air and rail to other points—passing through towns with...

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