National Affairs: Hot Car Cooled

On the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle early this month appeared an insulting blob of black type. In it Executive Editor Paul C. Smith announced imperatively that he was fed up with a dispute between San Francisco warehouse operators and C. I. O. warehousemen—the negotiators were bungling, and the C. I. O. members should return to work until the "hot" car that caused the dispute cooled off. The International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union dared him to take a hand. He accepted.

The "hot" car (loaded by non-union workers) of Woolworth 5-&-10¢...

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