There are 141 U.S. dailies now selling for more than 5¢, with 26 as high
as 10¢, the American Newspaper Publishers Association reported last
week. Of the 515 dailies in the U.S., Canada, Hawaii and Alaska that
raised their prices during 1952 because of increased costs, only 54
permanently lost readers.
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