LABOR: Four to One

With the San Francisco general strike out of the way, the National Longshoremen's Board headed by Archbishop Hanna last week got down to its original business—settling the Longshoremen's strike. Its emissaries flew packages of ballots to Seattle, Portland, San Pedro and a dozen lesser ports, stood by supervising an election of the International Longshoremen's Association on the question of whether the union would agree to let the Board arbitrate the issues of the strike. Then the emissaries posted back by plane carrying the sealed ballot...

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