Pinko Edwin Seymour Smith, who spent much of his seven years as a member
of the National Labor Relations Board explaining that he did not unduly
favor C.I.O. in labor disputes, has a new job: C.I.O. named him its
organizer to head a drive to bring 500,000 oil workers into the Oil
Workers' International Union. His war chest for the drive: $200,000.
First target: Standard Oil's 65,000 employes.
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