The Press: The Good Old Song

Allowing itself a brief lapse into professional sentiment, the New York Times took editorial note of the end of the 19-day newspaper strike, which had cost nine New York dailies $30 million. Said the Times: "The sounds dear to the newspaper man's heart, the clattering Linotypes, the thump of the make-up man's mallet, the thunder of the presses, the soft swish of the emerging newspapers: this song will not be silenced."

All nine dailies broke the silence with editions that tried, in one way or another, to make up for lost days. The Daily News brought comic-strip buffs up to date on...

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