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IS THIS A "SCRAP OF PAPER”?
■ • • . ■ , \ / V*. The CIO United Steelworkers Union said that its strike does not violate its contracts with steel companies. Here is the "no strike” clause taken from a typical contract LET THE WORDS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES! v i < > “During the term of This Agreement, neither the Union nor any Employee, individually or collectively, shall cause or take part in any strike, or other interruption or any impeding of production at any plant of the Company covered by this Agreement. Any Employee or Employees who violate the provisions of this Section may be discharged from the employ of the Company in accordance with the procedure of Section 8 of this Agreement. 9 » * '■ * > / > •■AlAAAitClVV This provision, or one similiar to it, is contained in each contract between the union and the various steel companies. These contracts continue by their terms until the autumn of this year. * • V American Iron and Steel Institute 350 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, N. Y. 15 PER CENT OF THE WORKERS IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY ARE EMPLOYED BY OUR COMPANY MEMBERS • . • / get THE FACTS — Send postcard for copies of recent interviews wM steel industry leaders.__