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Chesterfield's Liggett & Myers has had a contract with A. F. of L.'s International Tobacco Workers since 1937. Last week, after Chesterfield's union workers had struck for better terms than they had in an expired agreement, Liggett & Myers re-signed for its plants at Durham, N. C., Richmond and San Francisco. Vital clause in the amended contract: "In the interest of promoting a more harmonious relationship, the company approves of its employes becoming members of the union, and therefore it is further desired by the company that those employes not now members . . . shall become members." Chortled a union...

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