LABOR: Rand, Bergoff & Chowderhead

A few knowing brows shot up in Manhattan's Hotel Commodore one day last summer at sight of two well-known townsmen in conference over a lunch table in a dark corner. One of them was James H. Rand Jr., brisk, bulky president of Remington Rand, Inc., world's biggest makers of office equipment. The other was gruff, blocky Pearl Louis Bergoff, No. 1 U. S. strikebreaker.

Last week in Manhattan, red-headed Strikebreaker Bergoff told the National Labor Relations Board some of the things that he and Tycoon Rand discussed last summer. "Most of the time."...

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