The Press: Endurance Contest

When the American Newspaper Guild strikes a paper, it usually has to suspend publication. But when Guildsmen struck Publisher Dave Stern's New Dealing Philadelphia Record and Camden (NJ.) Courier-Post, a handful of loyal executives volunteered to put out all three papers. This week the 33-day-old strike was still on, but Stern's papers had not missed an edition. Said Record Editor Harry Saylor: "It was tough at first but it's getting to be pretty easy to do. Any newspaper in the country could do it."

As newsmen knew, the job was not the cinch that Editor Saylor made it out. At the Record,...

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