PERSONNEL: Retirements

>As it comes to all U. S. Steel Corp. employes at three score and ten, retirement came last week to hard-boiled round-faced Thomas Moses, vice president in charge of raw materials. At eleven Welsh-blooded Tom Moses began his career in an Indiana mine, soon had a union card. By the time he was 40, he had changed to the management side of the tracks, and in 1933 as president of U. S. Steel's subsidiary, H. C. Frick Coke Co., carried the ball for Steel in its first New Deal struggle with labor. His...

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