COLLECTIVE BARGAINING "will be tougher in 1958" due to "the leveling off of business," predicts Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell. He reasons that profits are being squeezed and management will put up a stiffer front against union demands.

U.S. BUDGET CUTTERS want to save "many millions" by making all Government bureaus and citizens pay the full cost of Government services that they now get free or at cut prices. Budget Bureau will push for boost in interest on U.S. loans, i.e., Rural Electrification Administration's 2%, wants to put a fee on everything from free...

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