LABOR: Stock Yard Settlement

County highway patrols last week scoured the countryside around Chicago looking for a wanted man. They found him finally upon the golf course of Olympia Fields Country Club and led him, not to jail, but to a telephone. The wanted man was Federal Judge Philip L. Sullivan. The person who wanted him, at the other end of the telephone line, was General Hugh S. Johnson. The reason the Judge was wanted: the General had just settled Chicago's Stock Yards strike (TIME, Aug. 6).

The strike developed because of labor dissatisfaction with the terms of...

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