We’ve raised the price of THE SUN from $1.00 to $1.25. The increase is simply explained: we need more money, or we’ll go out of business. “Does The Sun Have a Future?” explains this in detail; read it, please; see why we need your help. Ironically, as we teeter on bankruptcy, the situation is hopeful: magazine distributors elsewhere in the nation want to sell THE SUN, thus insuring our long-term survival; the question is whether we can hang in until enough new readers find out about us, and subscribe. So for now, we turn to our family — those of you who already read, and appreciate, the magazine, and care whether or not it endures. If you’re broke, just send us a postcard with the names and addresses of some friends who might subscribe (include your name, too); we’ll write to them. If you can afford to subscribe for yourself, but haven’t, now is the time. If you can give one, or more, gift subscriptions, please do. If you can afford to give THE SUN a gift, it will be put to immediate, and worthwhile, use. Write THE SUN, 412 West Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514.