A strike which will involve over 100,000 garment workers, mostly Jewish, loomed as a possibility yesterday when the general executive board of the International Ladies’ Garment Workers Union, at a meeting in the Hotel New Yorker, voted to go on strike on October 1, unless the employers end their defiance of President Roosevelt’s order cutting hours in
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