The Press: Labor Pains

Thanks to its never-say-die publisher and its A. F. of L. printers, the ruffled Brooklyn Eagle could thumb its beak last week at the C. I. O. American Newspaper Guild. Although about 300 editorial and business office Guildsmen were called out on strike after the Guild's demand for a contract was turned down, Publisher Millard Preston Goodfellow worked through day and night with a punctured staff, got out the regular evening editions while as many as 250 pickets booed from the sidewalk. Ten were arrested for disorderly conduct. Printers pierced the picket line...

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