Strikes: Back to Print in Baltimore

The strike against the Baltimore Sun papers had promised to drag on in definitely; in five weeks, negotiations between management and the American Newspaper Guild had made no noticeable progress. Then, suddenly, the strike was all but over. Not a single Guildsman was back at work last week, but the Sun still managed to publish morning and evening papers. "Things from our point of view are very bright," said Promotion Director Rob ert Kavanaugh. "We have a sufficient complement to put out the papers as our people know them."

The people who brightened the pic ture for management were the...

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