LABOR: Mr. Green's Inning

Something very like a major crisis, political and financial, loomed before John L. Lewis' three-year-old C.I.O. last week.

In Milwaukee, a regional meeting of representatives of 46,000 United Automobile Workers loyal to embattled President Homer Martin condemned Leader Lewis' proposed intervention in their troubled union affairs, voted to suspend their 5¢ monthly dues to C.I.O.—a move highly ominous if Homer Martin succeeds in retaining control of his 400,000-member union. Having lavished on steel and textile organization and on politics a great part of the reserve funds of his own United Mine Workers...

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