Radio: Labor Goes on the Air

Organized labor realizes an old ambition this week when the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations jointly take over a regular 15-minute slice of NBC's Saturday night network time. Together they gain what neither has ever had-the opportunity to inform, and the obligation to please, a national weekly radio audience. The two organizations will alternate in producing regular weekly programs under the title Labor for Victory, Saturday nights from 10:15 to 10:30, E.W.T., beginning this Saturday.

Long bitter toward the press for-as they thought-scandalizing labor's name, A.F. of L.'s pressagent Philip Pearl and C.I.O.'s pressagent Len De Caux...

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