LABOR: Bon Voyage

Resigned last week: William E. Maloney, 77, ailing president of the International Union of Operating Engineers (cranes, bulldozers, drilling rigs; membership 270,000), who declined to testify last month before Senator John McClellan's labor-management rackets-investigation subcommittee. The committee said that Maloney's union gave him a 47-ft., $35,000 yacht, three race-track memberships, a country-club membership and a Washington apartment. Investigators also declared that Maloney (salary: $50,000 a year) had a knack for collecting double and treble on his expense accounts. Once he traveled to Europe on behalf of the U.S. Labor Department, collected...

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