A Letter From The Publisher: may 1, 1964

PUNCTUATING the 646 acres of the New York World's Fair are eleven 60-ft.-high steel "Archways to Understanding," sponsored by General Foods Corp. to provide fairgoers with a continuous flow of news. For 14 hours of every day, a stream of information will flash across electronic panels mounted on the towers. The news will be supplied by the TIME-LIFE News Service.

A staff of eight writers and editors in the TIME-LIFE Building in midtown Manhattan, directed by Frank R. Shea, will be backed up by TIME-LIFE correspondents around the world, the Associated Press and...

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