A Letter From The Publisher: Jul. 5, 1963

OUT of Paris last week, by one of those electronic marvels that seem commonplace these days (even when they are not), came files from our European correspondents, over transatlantic telephone, at the rate of 10,000 words in ten minutes.

Last week's quick-marching of news copy was the first ever transmitted from the Continent, and came over our new Digitronics Dial-O-Verter. All this may seem like a lot of words, coming awfully fast, from France—but Paris happens to be the central transmission point for the cables to New York from our bureaus in London, Bonn, Rome, and even such African points as Leopoldville...

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