LABOR: Around the Table

One place where industry and unions will have a good chance to start working out their own problems (see BUSINESS) is the Government-sponsored but by no means Government-controlled Management-Labor Conference in Washington next week.

Sitting in on the discussions will be nine industrialists chosen by the National Association of Manufacturers, nine chosen by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, eight delegates from A.F. of L., eight from C.I.O., one each from the United Mine Workers and Railroad Brotherhoods. Their chairman, chosen by mutual consent, will be North Carolina's Judge Walter Parker Stacy, a sober and fair-minded arbiter of many a...

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