Facts & Figures, Apr. 4, 1949

Personnel. John A. Roosevelt, youngest (33) son of F.D.R., took on another job — the presidency of Spray-a-Wave Co., a subsidiary of Lee Pharmacal Co. and a three-month-old entry in the home hair-waving field. He will also stay on as president of Beverly Hills' Roosevelt-Good department store (TIME, Sept. 27).

Labor. The C.I.O.'s Red-edged United Office & Professional Workers of America, once strong as Gibraltar among the 14,500 agents of the Prudential Insurance Co., took a slap in the face. Because U.O.P.W.A.'s officers refused to sign non-Communist affidavits under the Taft-Hartley law, Prudential refused to bargain with it last fall...

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