STEEL: Out of a Sheriff's Office

The first time that Robert C. Enos, president of Mellon-financed Standard Steel Spring Co., met C.I.O. face to face was in a sheriff's office. The occasion: a bitter, bloody strike in 1936 in the company's Pittsburgh fabricating plant.

Out of the strike Bob Enos made some new friendships. One was with tall, gaunt Clinton S. Golden, onetime railroad fireman, then regional director for the Steel Workers Organizing Committee, and the labor leader who has worked most faithfully and intelligently to bring U.S. labor and U.S. management into partnership.

Between them, Messrs. Enos & Golden put Standard's labor relations on a mature...

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