Business: TIME CLOCK, Jun. 7, 1954

A RED-DOMINATED LABOR union has been barred from using services of the National Labor Relations Board for the first time. The NLRB banned the independent International Fur and Leather Workers Union because its president, Ben Gold, was convicted of falsely signing non-Communist affidavits, required under Taft-Hartley.

BRITISH TURBOPROP transports may soon be flying on U.S. airways. President J. H. Carmichael of Capital Airlines, which now flies 48 Douglas DC-3s and DC-4s, is in London negotiating a deal with Vickers-Arm-strongs to replace the obsolete U.S. planes with a fleet of Vickers Viscounts. The four-engine...

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