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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 13, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFage 10 the Florence morning s. C. Wednesday november 13, 1957 an Opportunity to pledge your share 4 k Al i a authorization to draw draft .1 Vij Fimi lift Jiin Mvi the a t s v f f v i j rot Honor vital m4tb Chieter Bui Wing t k a v of a f 1958 i ,1988 i will you help Florence s United fund Campaign if moving into its final Effort. If you were inadvertently missed by o of solicitor and would like to pledge or contribute Yoila port to the Community Effort just fill out the above pledge card and Moil to the United Irby St. Twenty four deserving agencies Are depending on the United fund for their ruling reversed work through the of rather than Sta Tje sep Arate drives. These include the Myca boy swits red Cross big Brothers salvation army United charities mental health Florence county crippled children society Florence fresh air fund and others. What s your fair share one hour s pay per month while employed is a Good scale to use. Hot plan banned Washington nov. 12 National labor relations Board today outlawed hot cargo con tracts Between unions and com Mon carriers such As truck lines. A hot cargo contract is one under which workers May refuse to handle goods designated by their Union As a three member majority of the Norb found that local 728 of the teamsters Union in Atlanta Vio lated the Taft Bartley act s secondary Boycott ban by advising its members employed by truck lines that they could refuse to Han dle freight from the genuine parts co., Atlanta. In 1949 the Norb had held that hot cargo clauses were valid enforceable. The principal opinion in today s ruling however that such contracts Are repugnant to the Basie policies of the Taft Hartley a. And in conflict with the Public rights this Hoard is under a duty to the Case began with a strike 723 Calvd at the Raylock division Plant of genuine parts in March 1956 in a dispute Over con tract terms. Many of the carriers hauling freight for Raylock had hot cargo contracts with the about two weeks after uie strike began the Union called and advised its members that a Hile the Union could not order them to refuse to handle Raylock height they could elect As individuals not to do so. The workers so elected and the Norb found that thereafter Handl ing of Raylock freight virtually ceased an opinion signed by Norb chairman Boyd l e e d o m and member Joseph a Perkins stated common carriers like those be fore us Here Are not free to de cide at will to withhold the ser vices they hold themselves out As Able to perform from any Cus Tomer or class of this opinion also noted that the Norb has been commissioned by lie supreme court not to ignore other and equally important statutory schemes in administering the Tatt Hartley labor Law. It went on to say the carriers involved in the Case Are also subject to the interstate Commerce a scheme designed like ours to facilitate the flow of the inc took under advisement last Friday the disputed question of its role in hot cargo cases which affect interstate Commerce. In arguments on the question. Teamsters attorneys said the inc traditionally has kept aloof from labor disputes in the transportation Field giving full jurisdiction to. The Norb. Representatives of trucking companies and such organizations As the . Chamber of Commerce contended that if the inc did not assert authority there would be a question whether the commis Sion or the teamsters would control the interstate trucking Busi Ness. Two cases not concerned with in Ati Jinja. Situation Are involved in the inc proceedings. In com and. Jenkins took the View that when a Union makes a hot cargo contract it is Prima Facie evidence of Union encourage ment of secondary Boycott activity. Neither member Philip Ray Rodgers nor Stephen s. Bean concurred in this View. Member Abe Murdock dissenting declared that Hever before has any member of this Board or of Sny court adopted so extreme p. Rodgers however concurred that there had been a violation in the present Case. 3 in Tor re new York Herald Tribune television columnist was adjudged in contempt of court in new York yesterday for re fusing to reveal the source of and article she wrote concern ing Singer Judy Garland. She was sentenced to 10 Days imprisonment but released Pend ing on Appeal. A photo fax tobacco crop smallest in 14 years Washington i nov.12" w his year s flue cured tobacco estimated today by the department of agriculture at 990 nillion pounds Likely will be the Smalle St in 14 year s.-. 4 the total production forecast Yin he department s november crop is 3 per. Cent above the october forecast but 30 per cent Elow last year 24 per cent b Elow he to year average and the Small est since 1943. Marketing in North Carolina and Virginia through october in Lic aled a much heavier crop than was expected earlier in the. Sea son. This Yea res crop moved to he auctions rapidly and Only Type in markets Are scheduled to be in operation now. The department s report tabbed the nation s total production at about pounds Small est Sirice 1923. This anticipated to Tal More than 2 per cent last month s estimate be 23 per cent below last year s production and 22 per cent below the 1946-1955 average. Flue cured types accounted for most of the increase Over october estimates although minor increases were legs stored by nearly All types. The Hurley crop was. Estimated at 483 million pounds. This is three million pounds More than the of Lober forecast. It indicates a crop about 5 per cent smaller than last year s and 16 per cent smaller than average. Here is the state by state Esti mated1 forecast1 for. Flue cured production with last year s production shown in brackets Type Virginia and North. Carolina Type 12, Eastern North Carolina Alabama Here is the estimated production for the Hurley producing states with last year s production shown in brackets Kentucky 000 Tennessee Ohio Indiana and North Carolina the whole world has been operating under Boom conditions says there is no Way to Iso late a Boom or bust. Let George dolt Matney to to and radio service in phone 6411 i just in time for Christmas come and celebrate i a u.5. Accuses reds of risking korean outbreak United nations n.y., nov. 12 United Stales today accused the soviet Union and bed China of risking War by illegal shipments of modern weapons including planes and rockets into North Korea. Hep. Waller h. Judd a Minn made the charge before the . S 82 nation political committee where he declared the North korean government was not entitled to any More consideration Ian gangsters who invade a private Judd s use or the word gangster touched off some Sharp exchanges in the committee which opened debate on an Issue Long unresolved in the United uni fica lion of Korea. India lost out in a soviet sup ported attempt to invite representatives of both North and South Korea to speak before the commit tee. The vote was 20 ii favor 36 against and 20 abstaining. The committee then approved 44 to 15 with 16 abstentions a . Resolution inviting Only South Korea. Ambassador you Chan Yang was seated with the understand ing he could talk but not vote. Merica s is now available exclusive distributor _ Carolina distributing company inc 803 Gervosi Columbia South Carolina phom 2-4391 86 proof Kentucky straight Bourbon whiskey James b. Beam distilling Clermont by. 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