Paper rationing (TIME, Jan. 4, 11) limited newspapers to the tonnage they
used in 1941, ordered magazines to use 10% less paper than their 1942
average. Last week WPB cut deeper still: another paper reduction, "not
exceeding 10%," on the same basis as before, will take effect April 1.
Only bright spot in the announcement: WPB's W. G. Chandler said he
believed the April 1 cut would be the last.
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