LABOR: Irresistible v. Immovable

In Manhattan the S. S. Oriente was held at her pier for ten hours by a strike of 40 seamen and stewards demanding overtime pay. . . . On the Great Lakes, the American Radio Telegraphists Association struck for better labor conditions on four freight lines. ... In San Francisco, crew troubles tied up the President Hoover, San Anselmo, Maui and Willhilo. ... In San Juan, Puerto Rico, a crew strike held the freighter West Mahwah in port. . . .

Such scattered strikes as these in the past fortnight were the final...

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