Milestones, Sep. 24, 1973

Died. James Barren Carey, 62, feisty anti-Communist union leader and onetime boy wonder of the American labor movement; of a heart attack; in Silver Spring, Md. To counter the infiltration of leftists in his United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, Carey took most of the members with him and founded the rival International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers in 1950. He remained president of the I.U.E. until his defeat by the present leader, Paul Jennings, in a 1965 election.

Died. Samuel Nathaniel Behrman, 80, durable and witty cinema scenarist and playwright;...

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