LABOR: Trouble at Boeing

One of the most important factories in the U. S. today is the humming Boeing Aircraft Co. plant at Seattle, Wash. Boeing is turning out contract orders for 80-odd four-motored Flying Fortresses weeks ahead of schedule, will go into production in April on a whacking order for more than 500 additional Fortresses of a later model. Odds & ends in its $190,000,000 backlog include Douglas light bombers for Britain (manufactured under license), other British warplanes, and six Model 314 flying boats intended for globetrotting Pan American Airways.*

Last week the Boeing plant...

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