LABOR: Bottom Up

While Labor's top leaders continued to jockey for advantage and hold off peace between C. I. O. and A. F. of L., a small voice piped up from the ranks last week. At Sacramento, Calif., 27 A. F. of L. and six C. I. O. local unions got together in a United Labor Council. Purposes: to insure respect for each other's picket lines regardless of affiliation; to ask their national officers to heed Franklin Roosevelt's pleas for Labor peace.

War-weary rank-&-filers similarly united at Corpus Christi, Texas last month and at Stockton, Calif, two...

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