Shipping: High, Dry & Disastrous

Unable to have her exhibition-bound art removed from a strikebound ship in Manhattan, French Sculptress Jacque line Fayet-Leroy stationed herself by the picket lines, went on a hunger strike. After five days, the strikers could no longer stand it, and last week they al lowed longshoremen to remove the crate containing her six sculptures. That was about the only visible progress in the eight-week-old maritime strike, which has become one of the most frustrating in U.S. history. The walkout by deck officers, engineers and radiomen has idled 99 of the best U.S. ships (including the superliner United...

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