The day before New Year's was dismal in the offices of the 13-month-old
Chicago Sun. Some 30 editorial employes were fired.
Sole reason, said Sun executives, was economy. The Sun had lost heavily
in its first year, stands to lose more in 1943 because of expected
advertising losses and type-metal and paper shortages.
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