National Affairs: Clay Calls It a Day

After 100 days in Washington, General Lucius D. Clay last week gave up his unpaid Government job as assistant to Charles E. Wilson and went back to his $96,000-a-year post as chairman of Continental Can Co. Organized labor had accused him, as it also accused his boss, of slighting their demands and ignoring their case, but labor's opposition had nothing to do with his going. Lucius Clay had volunteered to help Wilson temporarily, had set his resignation date for March 31.


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