LABOR: Union-of-the-Week

New York State's Labor Relations Board declared last week in a formal complaint that the Ray E. Dunlap Enterprises at the New York World's Fair had "intimidated, coerced and warned its employes not to exercise their rights of self-organization for collective bargaining." The employes: 17 itinerant guess-your-weight artists. They included Guesser Jack A. Whyte and his sons Frank and Clifford, who guessed that they could get away with forming a union, were fired for their error.


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