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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1», 195.1
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Problem-Pupil Workshop
For Teachers Planned
Plans for a workshop for ele
mentary-school teachers were
approved last night by the board
of directors of the District Men
tal Health Association, meeting
in the Franklin School Building.
G. Howland Shaw, president,
said the workshop will begin
shortly and will help teachers
recognize emotional problems of
children at an early age.
The schedule of the workshop
will be announced within a few
weeks. It will be jointly spon
sored with the mental health
division of the District Health
Department.
The board last night met for
the first time with members of
the association’s advisory coun
cil, headed by Dr. Winfred Over
holser, superintendent of St.
Elizabeths Hospital.
In other business, the board
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j Process Is Reversed;
Tax Collectors Bleed
By the Associated Press
DENVER.—The story of a tax
[ payer “bleeding” the tax collector
was told here by the Internal
: | Revenue Service.
The son of a former employe
■ | recently underwent major 6ur-
I i gery. He needed blood. His
I; mother, the ex-employe but now
only a taxpayer, called the
service.
| \ Six tax collectors donated
blood.
II
i approved the organization of a
volunteer course to supplement
■ the staff of clinic and other
' mental health facilities, as
needed throughout the city.
Orientation courses will be held
. i for the volunteers, who will act
jas clerks, receptionists, baby-
I sitters and so on.
New ILA Leadership
Indicates No Change
In Policy Is Planned
By th« Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 19.
The International Longshore
men’s Association was "under
new management” today with
no immediate indication of
major policy changes.
A onetime tugboat skipper—
William Bradley, 50 —took over
j as new president of the ILA,
replacing Joseph Ryan, who had
j led the union through 25 stormy
; years climaxed by its expulsion
j from the American Federation
| of Labor.
Mr. Bradley, a native of
Kingston, N. Y., worked his way
up as tugboat pilot, captain and
union official. He was named
president at $20,000 annually for
a four-year term at the final
I session yesterday of a special
j three-day ILA convention.
Ryan Resigns.
His election followed by a few
hours Mr. Ryan’s resignation on
the grounds “My continuance as
president may stand in the way
of the ILA and the labor move
ment.”
Mr. Ryan, who had originally
been appointed with lifetime
tenure, was named president
emeritus at an annual salary of
SIO,OOO.
The 69-year-old New Yorker,
who is under indictment on 51
counts that he misapplied ILA
funds, insisted his resignation
was voluntary.
The 450 delegates to the con
vention earlier had given Mr.
Ryan a standing vote of confi
dence and adopted a resolution
that the union should back Ryan
in his fight against the charges
he misapplied the union jour
nal’s publication funds.
Merger Plans at Issue.
A major problem facing Mr.
Bradley’s regime was the issue
of reaffiliation with the AFL or
a possible merger with another
organization. One cf the final
acts of the delegates here was
to name a committee
to study the affiliation question.
Two other issues are cf pri
mary concern to the new ILA
j membership.
Following its expulsion from
the AFL, that organization char
tered a new dock workers’ union,
j the ILA-AFL, and jt has been re
: cruiting ILA membership.
At a meeting attended by
; some 4,000 ILA-AFL members
! last night in New York, AFL
leaders announced they had al
ready signed up some 12,000
members.
The new union also announced
it had asked the New York State
Supreme Court to dissolve the
independent organization and
j throw it into receivership.
The two are fighting for rec
ognition as proper bargaining
agent for some 40,000 longshore
men In the New York area.
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Husband and Wife
Both Contract Polio
By »h« Associated Press
HAGERSTOWN, Md.. Nov. 19.
—Edward T. Robertson, 36-year
old Hagerstown telephone worker,
yesterday followed his wife,
Elizabeth, to the hospital where
both are being treated for polio.
None of the four young Robert
son children have as yet con
tracted hte disease. Both were in
“fair” condition today. Washing
ton County hospital officials said
Mrs. Robertson has paralysis in
one leg and both arms, but
added it is too early to tell how
the disease may effect her hus
band.
Shiping 'Costs' 16 Cents
NEW YORK.—Cost of main
taining the merchant marine
amounts to about 16 cents per
person in the United States, rep
resenting the per capita share of
$25 million spent to make up the
difference between the wage and
subsistence costs of American
seamen and the low pay scale of
foreign sailors.
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