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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 23, 1950, Image 11

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» 9
Other Unions Ignore World-Telegram Call to Work, Guild Says
By *H« Associated Pros*
NEW YORK, June 23 —Pickets
at the struck New York World
Telegram and Sun reported today
that mechanical department em
ployes ignored a management ap
peal to return to work.
The mechanical employes, mem
bers of one independent and six
AFL unions, have refused to cross
picket lines of the CIO-American
Newspaper Guild since that or
| ganization struck June 13.
The big afternoon newspaper
has not published since that date.
Yesterday the paper’s manage
ment rejected an offer of the in
dependent Newspaper and Mail
Delivers’ Union to return to work,
made after negotiations between
i the newspaper and the guild broke
'off.
“We cannot make work avail
I able until the members of all
unions return,” the newspaper re
plied.
i Meanwhile, William Mapel. vice
chairman of the Publishers Asso
ciation of New York City, had
called on the non-striking unions
1 to return to work “in order that
the plans of the World-Telegram
and Sun to resume publication
may be resumed forthwith.”
The association is made up of
11 major newspapers.
Mapel charged the unions’ re
fusal to cross Guild picket lines
was a violation of their contracts
| with the newspaper.
The non-striking unions, saying
| they are not required to cross
picket lines, have denied any in
tention of violating their con
i tracts.
1 With management-Guild talks
called off. future negotiations were
left up to Federal mediators.
The main issues between the
newspaper and the 400 striking
news and business employes are
demands for employment of nine
out-of-ten Guild members and
improved job security demands.
The Guild also seeks a 10 per cent
wage increase and a $10 raise in
the $110 weekly top minimum for
experienced newsmen.
The nine-out-of-ten guild shop
would mean that 9 out of 10 new
employes hired by the newspaper
be Guild members.
The newspaper has offered a $2
to $5 general weekly wage boost,
a $1 to $3.50 boost in minimums,
improved holiday and vacation
schedules, a 35-hour week instead
of 37‘a hours and a security
V
JUNE
\ ALL SAFEWAY STORES
OPEN
l TONIGHT
| „,„u 9 p.M.
clause which it terms one or the l
city’s best.
» The Guild announced yesterday
receipt of a telegram from John
L. Lewis, head of the United Mine
Workers, advising them that the
UMW had appropriated S5.000 a
week for the next four weeks to
help continue the strike, pre
viously. Walter P. Reuther, CIO
United Auto Workers’ president,
announced his union's "financial j
and moral aid” to the Guild.
Woodward in Ottawa
OTTAWA, June 23 (/^-.—Stan
ley Woodward, new United States,
Ambassador to Canada, presented J
his credentials to the governor j
general. Viscount Alexander, at
Government House yesterday.
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