The Press: A. P.

Just prior to the A. N. P. A. convention in Manhattan (see above), the dignified president of the Associated Press, Publisher Frank Brett Noyes of the dignified Washington Evening Star, submitted to A. P.'s annual meeting last week a novel advertising scheme.

On all sides United Press and International News Service were busy selling their news services, President Noyes pointed out. Though cooperative and not run for profit, A. P. had a certain prestige to maintain. Would it not therefore be well for A. P. to run in each member paper some institutional ads,...

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