The Press: Everybody's Happy

In the first issue after its ten-week strike, the Scripps-Howard World-Telegram & Sun last week publicly and graciously buried the hatchet with the Newspaper Guild. The strike might have been avoided, said the Telly, "had better judgment been exercised on both sides." Now that it was over ". . . the staff is pleased . . . the management is pleased . . . [and] we believe you will be pleased."

Also pleasing to the W.T. & S. was the way readers and advertising were back. With press runs of 700,000 copies (circulation for three months ending March 31: 612,468), and ad-packed...

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