Religion: Peace in the Cemetery

The striking gravediggers of Calvary Cemetery went back to work last week. For seven days, New York's Cardinal Spellman had led a corps of seminarian strikebreakers (TIME, March 14). A delegation of strikers' wives had visited the cardinal without result, and charges of "Communist domination" and "union busting" had flown back & forth. Then the striking cemetery workers, having cut loose from the Red-edged Food, Tobacco and Agricultural Workers of America, C.I.O., got a new charter as Local 365 of the Building Service Employees, A.F.L. The day the charter came through, the cardinal sat and talked things over with Vice President...