The Press: What Would YOU Miss Most?

The one-day "stoppage" by union printers which crippled Washington newspapers last week gave editors a chance to learn what news and features readers are most interested in. Example: readers of the News, which missed one day's publication, wanted to know: How is Churchill? What's going on in the war? What did Alley Oop (a comic strip character) do today? What's the answer to Saturday's crossword puzzle? Who won the first race at Tropical? One reader — a woman — wanted all the News's editorials read to her over the phone.


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