To support fellow longshoremen on strike in Camden, NJ, port workers in Elizabeth, Newark and Bayonne in N.J. and in Staten Island and Brooklyn refused to cross picket lines. The Daily News reports, "The work stoppage froze all cargo coming in and out of facilities operated by the Port of New York and New Jersey. The International Longshoremen's Association said the job action was not sanctioned and that union members were acting on their own." A federal judge also ordered the longshoremen men back to work, but they are still on strike. The strike by the Camden workers is over work being moved to a non-union facility in Gloucester, NJ.