To find out what mounting production costs have done to U.S. newspapers, the American Newspaper Publishers Association examined 1,715 dailies.* Survey's results:
> Last week 896, or 52% of the total surveyed, sold for 5¢ a copy on week days. (A year ago there were 806 nickel dailies; two years ago, 794.)
> Only 5% of the papers surveyed sell for 2¢; 32% sell for 3¢; 10% for 4¢.
>Only four U.S. dailies sell for 1¢ a copy. They are the Amesbury, Mass. News, Covington, Ohio Stillwater Valley News, Bangor, Pa. News...