LABOR: Breath of Belial

By prearrangement hot-tongued Communist agitators blew the breath of Belial upon jobless thousands, and transformed them, last week, from idling throngs into rioting mobs in four great U. S. cities all on the same day;

In Los Angeles Carl Sklar, Communist, urged the city's 25,000 unemployed to demonstrate at the City Hall. Several thousand marched to the Plaza, waving the usual "Work or Wages" placards. Sklar mounted his soapbox. Police charged. The mob charged back. Thousands of spectators, embroiled, impeded the police. Tear bombs finally scattered the rioters, blinded 20 policemen...

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