LABOR: Under Oath

Last week Clinton Jencks, international representative of the red-hued International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, became the second labor leader to be convicted of falsifying a Taft-Hartley non-Communist affidavit. (The first: United Electrical Workers' F. Melvin Hupman.) A federal jury in El Paso took 22 minutes to find Jencks guilty, and he was sentenced to five years in prison.


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