Press: Guild Strikes

For the first time in 44 days, Duluth, a city of 101,463, last week had a daily newspaper. On April 3, 93 members of the American Newspaper Guild walked out of the Ridder Bros, papers, News-Tribune and Herald, after their 24-hour demand for a Guild shop had been turned down. Five days later, the papers suspended publication.

Negotiations and efforts by the publishers to resume publication failed. Finally last week, with the aid of police tear gas and night sticks, printers and other nonstriking employes were able to scurry past 300 pickets. Once inside,...

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