The Press: More on Sunday

Beginning this week, Manhattan's biggest newspaper bargain, the 15¢ Sunday News will go to 20¢. It will still be less than the Times and the Herald Tribune (30¢) and the Journal-American (25¢).

A boost of some sort at the News has been widely predicted since October, when Manhattan's other morning tabloid, the Mirror, went out of business. The News, which bought the Mirror and kept a few features and comics, also managed to keep some 200,000 of the Mirror's circulation—a figure that supplied enough extra fat to risk the Sunday price increase. And that inevitably gave rise to further speculation: how long...

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