Texas Almanac, 1939-1940 Page: 15
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Even Before They Come to Dallas,
Most People Have Heard of
the Newspaper that says
to Dallas and Texas W
Seven Days a Week
Any city of consequence must have a newspaper
that stands out-that's always named in the
same breath with its city. In Dallas, it's The
It's the only Dallas paper that has
the facilities of Associated Press wire
news service and WIREPHOTOS
seven days a week . . . . the only
Dallas Sunday paper with a colorgra-
vure magazine and a rotogravure pic-
ture section. It's the only Texas news-
paper that follows consistently the pol-
icy of building a newspaper with its
own staff talent---cartoonists, writers,
columnists and feature producers-
rather than to rely upon "canned"
It's the expensive way to produce a
newspaper but folks here in Dallas and
Texas approve it in The News .. .
for many thousands more of 'em sub-
scribe for The News than for any
-Medal awarded to The Dallas News
by the School of Journalism, University
of Missouri, for "Distinguished Service
-Cited by the Magazine Time as one
of 14 American newspapers from which
the six leaders can be chosen.
-The News is the only Southwestern Oldest Business Institution in Texas .
newspaper included in Harper Broth- "35,000 Days in Texas" . . . Since
ers 'Political Handbook of the World. 1842. The News has been identified with
-The only newspaper in Texas whose Texas' progress.
daily issues are filed by the libraries
of the University of Chicago and of
Duke University for permanent record.
We invite you to visit us downtown at Lamar and Commerce Streets. Our daily (except Sunday)
guided inspection parties through The News' plant are a traditional part of News' hospitality.
The Dallas Morning News
Texas' Leading Newspaper
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