To Memphis, Tenn., last week, went 1,500 dyers and cleaners, delegates to the twenty-second annual convention of the National Association of Dyers and Cleaners of the U. S. & Canada. To them spoke Frank A. Weller, Sharon. Pa., president of the association. Irate, President Weller talked chiefly of racketeers, recommended that the association go on record as being "unalterably opposed" to racketeering (see Letters), and refuse association membership to any dyer and cleaner known to have racketeering connections. Dyers and cleaners feel that unjust, unfavorable...

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