Business: TIME CLOCK, Apr. 5, 1954

UNION battle for control of Montana's two big copper locals has ended after three months of bitter campaigning. Workers voted overwhelmingly (4,099 to 2,185) to stay in the Communist-dominated International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, instead of switching over to the C.I.O.'s United Steelworkers' union.

R.C.A.. first color TV sets have just started rolling off the production line, will go on sale this month. Price: $1,000 for a 15-in. receiver plus $149.50 for service (one year) and installation (minus antenna). R.C.A.'s sales estimates for the industry: 70,000 in 1954, 350,000 in...

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