The Press: Strike in London (Contd.)

With all of London's twelve daily and ten Sunday papers strikebound for the third week, Britons read everything from the High-way Code to almanacs and comic books. Copies of such provincial papers as the Manchester Guardian and Yorkshire Post got premium prices. To help tell of Churchill's resignation (see FOREIGN NEWS), biggest British story of the year, thousands of copies of the New York Herald Tribune, Boston Globe, Des Moines Register and even Long Island's Newsday were flown to London.

Little progress was made in trying to settle the strike, called by maintenance and electrical workers. The 700 strikers, who earn $34.37...

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