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Ronnie W. Faulkner
In September 1953 publisher William H. Marriott launched a new Sunday newspaper supplement, Family Weekly, aimed at the small-town news market and based on the recently demised supplement Nowadays. 1 Today that same supplement exists, entitled USA Weekend, purchased in 1985 by the Gannett Company, which issues USA Today newspapers across the country. USA Weekend and the other leading supplement, Parade,* represent the only still existing such publications since the midcentury. Sunday supplements actually became a