Canada: The 19th Hole

Clarence Decatur Howe, the blunt, prow-chinned Reconstruction Minister, was spang in the middle of a row with labor. His angry frankness had put him there.

One afternoon last week Clarence Howe, who has worked long & hard as wartime Munitions Minister, squeezed in a round of golf at the Lambton Golf & Country Club (near Toronto). He dropped his indifferent golfing before the 18th hole, headed for the locker room, showered, then went to the club tavern for pie and coffee. Before he finished, six men barged in.

They were four officials from the United Steel Workers of America (C.I.O.) local of Research...

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