National Affairs: Next: Banks

Until last week, banking was one of the few U. S. businesses which had not had a run-in with NLRB. But C. I. 0. has been trying to enroll some 7,200 employes of big, 494-branched Bank of America in its white-collar United Office & Professional Workers union. One Edward C. Washer, in a Los Angeles branch of the bank, was an active organizer last year. He was fired in November. Last week NLRB's Trial Examiner R. N. Denham ordered Employe Washer reinstated with back pay, ordered Bank of America—which it pronounced engaged in interstate...

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