Press: Victory & Defeat

The American Newspaper Guild—which recently reported 13,328 members to its foster parent, the Committee for Industrial Organization—divided victories last week with the press associations.

United Press editorial employes chose the Guild 277-to-84 as their nation-wide bargaining agency, opened the way for immediate negotiations between U. P. management and Guild authorities, who seek to cut the U. P. work week to five days and make other changes in U. P. employment conditions. Although the Guild demanded a National Labor Relations Board poll in May, delay followed a U. P. challenge that all bureau managers, even those with only one assistant, were executives and...

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