A Letter From The Publisher, Dec. 13, 1954

Many of the important and colorful stories that appear in TIME are the result of thoughtful planning for the future on the part of our correspondents—planning and researching carried on during short breathing spaces in their regular coverage of current news. In our London bureau, for example, this breathing space comes on Tuesday before most of the queries have arrived on the new week's stories. This is how TIME'S London news bureau was deployed last Tuesday, Nov. 30, on both current and future stories:

Sir Winston Churchill's 80th birthday celebration and the critical...

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