LABOR: More Job Bureaus

Vhen President Hoover last month vetoed the Wagner Bill to set up newer and larger machinery to co-ordinate State and Federal job-finding bureaus, he declared that its provisions could not be made effective for months or years. Last week, however, Secretary of Labor Doak announced a complete reorganization of the U. S. Employment Service along lines which strikingly resembled those set forth in the measure of the Democratic Senator from New York.

Of his new plan, said Secretary Doak: "The U. S. Employment Service has decided to open at least one employment bureau...

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