LABOR: The Penalty of Failure

At the C.I.O. convention a month ago, Phil Murray stormed at some of his union leaders for being Communists, at others for failing to work hard enough at their jobs. He struck out immediately at some Redlined wrongdoers.* Last week his wrath fell on one of the failures.

He pulled the rug out from under Samuel Wolchok, boss of the strife-torn Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union, and ordered the C.I.O.'s powerful Amalgamated Clothing Workers to take over Wolchok's territory.

In a Bargain Basement. It was not an altogether deserved fate for Wolchok....

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