TUESDAY, JUNE 21,1966
PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1966
how do you know you're
getting the truth out of
Would you believe a
Pulitzer Prize winner?
mould you believe three?
1964 MALCOLM BROWNE-THE AP
1965 HORST FAAS--THE AP
In a war as complex, scattered and confused
as the current military and political struggle
in Viet Nam, it's difficult to separate hard
facts from wishful thinking--or reality from
well- intentioned propaganda. How do you
know you're getting the truth fully and fac-
tually? Because this newspaper, as a member
of The Associated Press, is getting the news
from a remarkable AP team of reporters and
photographers in Viet Nam. For three con-
secutive years, a member of this team has
been singled out for the highest honor in
journalism: The Pulitzer Prize. In 1964, it
went to AP special-assignment writer, Mal-
colm Browne. In 1965, Horst Faas won. And
this year, war correspondent Peter Arnett
carried off the prize. All three have been part
of a large contingent of courageous and skill-
ful AP men covering the war daily from every
angle. As fast as they tell us what's happen-
ing, we tell you. And you can believe it.
Everything that's going on, goes into our newspaper. That's why you get so much out of it.
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