The Press: Birthdays

> When New York City's experimental, ad-less tabloid PM was born, few newsmen expected it to last long. This week PM is three years old and growing. Its policy is still the same: pro-underdog, proLabor, pro-Roosevelt. Its circulation has gone up since its 70,000 low near 1940's end, but is still a long haul from the estimated 250,000 PM needs to get into the black.

> Yank, the Army weekly magazine, is one year old. A strictly Government Issue publication, it will last roughly only for the duration, does not worry about circulation...

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