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RE. 2434 Opposite Dept, of Justice Open 9-6, including Soturdoy O'Daniel Urges Ban I On Portal Suits as Heprings Near End •y the Associated Press | Senator ODaniel, Democrat, of I Texas, declared yesterday that most i portal pay suits have created "a i state of uncertainty that is almost I stagnating industry” and urged ‘Congress to outlaw them. He testified before a Senate Judi ; clary Subcommittee as it neared the end of hearings started January 15, Chairman Donnell scheduled another session tomorrow but said “the end is in sight” and a report to the full committee will be expedited with the “utmost care and thought.” Senator ODanlel said the suits "are Just plain legalized hijacking” and the CIO is "using them as a club” over industry in contract nego tiations. Oppose* Retroactive Law. But he warned that Congress might add to the uncertainty by a'pro tracted court fight if it attempted to outlaw the claims by retroactive legislation which has been urged by industry witnesses. Noting a disagreement among at torneys over constitutionality of such a step, Senator ODaniel urged instead his own bills which would bar all such suits in the future, tax j at 100 per cent all sums recovered ! under present suits, and restore the | money to the employer. Workers never expected to receive | the money anyway, Senator ODaniel said, or they “would have been de manding it all these years. It is entirely pennies from heaven, just dumped into their laps.” He asked the subcommittee to i write a definition of productive work | to offset a ruling of the Supreme Court from which the suits resulted. The court included non-productive time controlled by the employer in work-for-pay under the wage-hour act. Senator O’Daniel said his amend ment would cover all Congress ever intended to include in work time. His tax proposal, which is before the Senate Finance Committee, would “take all the profit out of fil ing suits,’’ he contended. Senator Capehart, Republican, of Indiana, author of one of two bills before the sub-committee to wipe out the portal claims, termed Fri day’s United States Steel agreement to extend present contracts to April 30 "a direct invitation to Congress to complete legislation” on the question. "It’s a smart and amirable move on both sides,” Senator Capehart told a reporter. “I have an idea that we’ve seen the worst of these strikes. We should have a period of harmony and tranquility for the next few months and that certainly is an open bid to Congress to get ADVERTISEMENT. Fight Asthma Mucus Coughs Do yea eough and Much, wee!illy morn ings 111 at night? At time* do you feel like you ware temriat ycurmlf to piece* trying to get rid of strangling mueua and still you choke, can for breath, wheel* and often can’t deep? 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Ask yenr "uggist for Meadaeo today. busy with some legislation that will help.” $300,000 Portal Pay Suit Dismissed by Agreement PORT WAYNE, Ind., Jan. 25—OP). —With the mutual consent of attor neys for both parties, Federal Judge Luther M. Swygert today dismissed a 9300,000 porta*-u>-portal wage suit filed against the Farnsworth Televi sion and Radio Corp. by Local 013, UrfKed Electrical, Radio and Ma chine Workers of America, CIO. Judge Swygert dismissed the suit with prejudice to the union. A. W. Doescher, president of the local, anounced January 17 that the 44 members who filed the suit had voted to withdraw it. YMCA Class to Hear Wotten A class in parliamentary procedure for men and women will begin Wednesday at 8 pm. at the Central Branch of the YMCA, 1736 G street N.W. and will continue for nine weeks. John W. Wotten, parlia mentarian, will be one of the in structors. 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