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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 8, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati Sun a Liberal ii weekly published by the greater Industrial i Nion Council Cio a very week with exception of Iasi week of july and the Issue preceding labor Day. Entered As. Second class matter june 30, 1044 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under the act of March 3. 1870 editor a a. George h. War ten Berg or. Office. 205 e. 6lh st. Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. Garfield 2550 executive Board William Black. Walter Grainger William Brenner Edward Hellkamp Arthur Hartmann. Ray Sowder James Mclendon John Dehner Talmadge Zipperer James Rogers Ray Tucker. Elmer Kauffman. Philip Parr. George Grigsby. Wilfred Porter Roll in Silver Max skin John sink John Case Ernestine Locknane. R. W. Schellenberg Nathaniel Jordan Hugo Clug and James wig Bell. Subscription. 52.00 per year congressman Dolpp by Tomem old Uitz True not to Day or perchance tomorrow i expect not to catch the old Jack till have disposed my ground baits handsomely. Scott Kenilworth it yer on u t _ As the recovery it in Western eu11rpr�,. Cut a your Job and the Law by Jack Abbott Federated press a Union faced with a Taft Hartley desertification proceeding often attempts to show that the employer instigated the petition. Doing this at the hearing is the wrong procedure. practice is to a exclude from representation proceedings All matters relating to unfair labor practices. A but this does not mean that the Union cannot file unfair labor practice charges against the employer in another proceeding. The proper Way to do this would be to collect the evidence and file a charge with the Norb regional director. If the evidence is substantial the chances Are that the employer will be ordered to cease and desist. In the meantime the a pet reification proceed we 4 Iva yrs it its the Hoover Economy special / Hope you Une it sir. Quot production with few exceptions has reached its pre War level. Behind the dry statistics lies the dramatic Story of Western Europe s 270 million people who have helped to make that record possible. One of the most encouraging aspects of the european e eco very program is the role labor has been Given to play in its operation. At the end of the first year it is possible to report that labor participation is not Only substantial but has been increasing within the Erp. This is indeed a healthy Omen for the Success of the program. When the dec a began operations last Spring in Washington the staffing pattern provided for labor advisers in new York la a a big new Dusty in the growth of our the Headquarters of the Washington and Paris offices and drive to Plant its propaganda in in the country missions. In addition three labor members the nations schools was launched j also the Nam is to have rep t try Ursi Efti jbfc., 4 i or let 4 1%. A a Quot a. 4�jr-%. A 1 a. 1 # a am Resen to lives participate in ail major conventions conferences schools Are indoctrinated by Nam foolery in Campaign a.,a n a i 1 recently by the National Assoria j of out of a total of twelve now serve on Egas Public advisory Tion of manufacturers. Enterprise a Nam version. Managing director Earl Bunting declared the Nam will seek Board in own official weekly or in most of the participating countries european Trade Gan the Nam anil0unced it was unionists have secured a voice in the governmental and minis establishing Ai enlarged a Pedu traction of the program ranging All the Way from represent cation department to do the Job. Tion on advisory boards to actual participation in the formula a it am w to tree Tion of policy. Closely tied to economic recovery is the Fate of Europe s democratic institutions. Just As the participating countries to get the Story of Industry a have shown marked signs of recovery so politically they problems and objectives before have strengthened their democratic forces. Throughout West the students of the nation in Orn Europe social democratic forces bolstered by a solid k11jde and High schools As Well As chore of Trade unionists have held their ground and gained alleges and universities undergraduates Are sometimes sex Gamst the pressures from the extreme right and the extreme pose to collectivist doctrine a a a a a a a i i a a Al j the Nam intends to rope in certainly on the first anniversary of the Fui Opean re school maims and schoolmasters covery program we have vastly More reason for optimism to Aid the scheme. A Keystone of the expanded program a is said a will be the creation of an educational Council of outstanding educators. Whose advice and Council will be continually and meetings of leading National professional educational associations a so As to put its ideas across. Union spokesmen studying the program declared its glittering generalities hide an intention of the Nam to Poison student minds against organized labor and against progressive legislation in Congress. They won t be surprised if Nam literature glorifying the Taft Hartley act and w a r n i n g against social welfare Laws starts pouring into the schools soon. Than despair about the years that lie ahead. Poor boy v 5 a 1 v. A amp Al a veterans problems q a i am a world War ii vet a another top priority activity a j i event of acute nonuser the Nam let it be known a will be vice Quot connected illness am i Ente arrange for leading Industrial hospitalization even its to Tell the Story of american though i have never filed a. Claim Enterprise before student Assem of any kind with a a Liec on the campuses of colleges i be titled. If you and universities across the nation get ehg bitty requirements and spelling the program out fur ther the Nam said it would seek to indoctrinate students to a appreciate the advantages As Well As responsibilities of living in a free democratic society and to a make available to teachers at All educational Levels informative material concerning the role of in Quot he has t been the same since his allowance was Cut to $40,000 a i students beware new York la a if the names own published stand on issues of the Day can serve As a guide Here Are the ideas it will feed into the nation s educational system keep the Taft Hartley act done to increase the minimum wage to 75 cents Don t expand Federal Aid to education done to adopt the Brannan plan for Aid to done to enact any housing legislation junk rent controls give business a fret hand but keep labor in chains file an affidavit swearing you Are unable to pay Hospital charges. Admission will depend on the availability of a bed. am a world War ii Veteran and divorced. 1 have been receiving compensation for a service connected disability. Will my child now living with my brother be paid in the event of my death May be made to the person who has custody of your child if otherwise entitled thereto. a widower and children of a worn an Veteran entitled to pension at her death present Laws a widower is not entitled but surviving children May be entitled to pension. the minor child of a female Veteran be considered her dependent for the purpose of subsistence allowance even though the father also a veterans is in receipt of subsistence allowance based on the wife and child. A yes. The Mother May claim the child As a dependent for the purpose of subsistence allowance. When the into. Jewelry workers Union it Al signed a contract with the unique Art co. Of Newark. N. J., it included a Union shop clause. However no Taft Hartley election was Ever held to establish that a majority wanted the clause. The parties to the contract included a sever ability clause which provided that any a of the contract provisions which Are contrary to Federal or state Law Are null and the Validity of the Union shop clause when included in a contract with the sever ability clause was tested recently when the plaything jewelry amp Novelty workers into. Union Cio asked for an election. The Norb held that in the absence of a Union shop election the Union shop clause was inva id a it went further to say that the sever ability clause did not save the contract because the a Union shop clause is effective unless and until the proper tribunal determines it is invalid. Its Mere existence acts As a restraint upon those employees desiring to refrain. A from participating in a Union shop. The net effect of the decision was to set aside the whole contract insofar As it was contended to be a bar to an election. A a extended. Contract coverage in May 1947, the United steelworkers of America Cio and Chicago freight car amp parts co. Signed a Union shop contract for employees of the company at Pueblo Colo. Shortly afterwards the company obtained a contract to convert some 400 Railroad ears which were located for the Moat part at Auburn Wash. In order to save the expense of bringing the cars to Colorado and then returning them upon completion to Washington the company rented space at Auburn and set up machinery there to handle the Job on the spot. The Union Learned Quot at 10 or 12 m4n were to of Aster red from Pueblo to Auburn to serve As gang leaders for the rest of the Crew who were to be hired locally. It asked the company to. Sign a memorandum of agree Tient extending All the provisions of the Pueblo contract to the employees working at Auburn. This the company agreed to do. Two of the new employees refused to pay dues to the steelworkers and were discharged. They thereupon filed unfair labor practice charges. The trial examiner hearing the Case decided that the Extension of the Pueblo contract was valid and that the discharges had no Case. The Case was appealed to the Norb in. Washington d. C. By in Page 5
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