The walls of the 17-acre, air-conditioned clothing factory of Richman Bros. Co. on Cleveland's East 55th Street bloomed last week with signs: "Remember Dad." Each of 2,500 Richman Bros, employes (all but some 25 of whom are stockholders in the company, none of whom is a union member) gave 1¢ to buy a gift that "daddy" would like. At week's end, beaming through his bifocals, 70-year-old "daddy" got his Father's Day present: two pairs of pajamas.

From the soles of his high-laced shoes to the top of his balding pate, Nathan Gedaliah Richman is the kind of executive that Richman...

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