LABOR: Sunday in the Park

One of the unbarbed items in Pins & Needles, the revue produced by the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, is a wistful number called Sunday in the Park, depicting the tribulations of the proletariat when it deserts New York's teeming streets for its teeming parks. A man who enjoys such simple proletarian pleasures is former Garment-Cutter David Dubinsky, president of I.L.G.W.U. Unlike many labor leaders, he would rather ride on a bicycle than bet on a bicycle race. Palm Sunday, stocky little President Dubinsky, attired in a leather windbreaker, was pedaling through...

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