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[Mediator Approves Firing
Of 46 Press Wireless Men
»y th« As*ociat*d Pr«i
NEW YORK, Aug. 30.—Arthur S.
Meyer, arbitrator in the dispute be
tween Press Wireless, Inc., and the
CIO American Communications As
sociation. approved in a final award
of arbitration and discharge of 46
employes which led to the union's
two-week strike August 7.*
When Mr. Meyer, chairman of
the New York State Board of Medi
ation, took over the dispute, the
discharged workers were returned
to their jobs. But under the decision
last night, the firm may lay them
off. but must pay them for the
period of the strike and arbitration.
"The 46 employes who were laid
off on August 7, 1946, did not strike,"
Mr. Meyer said in his decision. "The
company, is, therefore, under an
obligation to pay the wages of these
46 employes during the period of
their enforced idleness.”
Other employes who resumed
work when the arbitration proceed
ings began, will be paid from the
day the strike ended, August 21. *
The 46 persons laid off by the
company were returned to their jobs
when Mr. Meyer ruled on August
21 that Press Wireless was not
privileged under its union contract
to dismiss them without advance
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of the dispute—a union protest
against proposed company reclassifi
cation and corresponding pay re
ductions for other employes—Mr.
Meyer held that no reclassified
worker would suffer a wage cut be
cause of such a reclassification.
3d Infantry Division
To Absorb 5th's Personnel
By the Associated Presi
The War Department announced
yesterday that the Army's 3d In
fantry Division, en route home from
Germany, will be retained in active
service and absorb personnel of the
5th Infantry Division.
The 5th, like the 3d. a Regular
Army unit, is being broken up.
Approximately 425 remaining offi
cers and men of the 3rd Division
which fought in the Mediterranean
and Europe, are due in New York
next week from Bremerhaven, Ger
They will proceed immediately to
Camp Campbell, Ky., for a cere
mony in which the 5th Division per
sonnel will be transferred. Several
former commanding generals of the
two units are expected to attend.
John Snure, Jr., Named
To War Damage Post
John Snure, jr„ former Washing
ton newspaperman, who wras in
charge of the information division
of the Selective Service System dur
ing the war, has been appointed di
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