LABOR: Deadlock in Steel

The new boss of the nation's multibillion dollar steel industry was "Commerce Secretary Charles Sawyer. But Boss Sawyer was just singing the words & music composed by the Government's wage and price stabilizers. "I hope it won't be too long before I can turn [the mills] back," Sawyer told a television audience this week. But after talks between the steelmen and the C.I.O. steelworkers' union broke down again, Sawyer reluctantly announced that he was going to give the union at least part of the benefits (a 26.1¢ wage package plus the union...

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