LABOR: Pal Joey

When Chicago police arrested Joey Glimco on his first murder charge, the booking officer gave up counting Joey's previous arrests, just listed them as "innumerable."' Since that day in 1928, Tough Guy Glimco (alias Joseph Glinico, Joseph Glielmi. etc., etc.) has added a lot more arrests to his police record. Yet Joey Glimco, longtime extortion racketeer in Chicago's West Side poultry markets, at age 50 is an official of the U.S.'s biggest and most powerful labor union: James Riddle Hoffa's Teamster Brotherhood (TIME, Aug. 31). in which he is president of Teamster Local 777 (taxi drivers) and boss of...

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