LABOR: Cadillacs for Two

In Minneapolis, Sylvester H. Cargill had a labor problem in his mail-promotion company. The A.F.L. Teamsters' catch-all local for "miscellaneous drivers, helpers and inside workers" told Cargill that his plant, employing some 100 women, would be struck unless he came to terms with the union. What happened then, said Congressman George Bender last week, after his subcommittee investigated the Teamsters' activities in Minneapolis, was "shocking."

Businessman Cargill went to Tony J. Schullo, secretary-treasurer of the local, for advice on how to avert the strike. Schullo suggested that Cargill could have all his employees join the union simply by handing over...

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