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Editorial Page THE VOICE OF LABOR ‘'•'jk..',! ll 1 A NM\SPAf’KH lIKVi UFI > ldlVH'lß PROBI.FM'* IssfKlJ ftl-WI-KKI Y VI CH'MBKR! \NI* MARY!.AM) Mr-.-i! ■ v .• n ■ ••<•: M . n : "13* s' th-' p<> i c i C -j:h* mrt, \l.i a; h# A ■ : Y..v i ; ) r.. ,i>h*.* ;• .*n Cui: . !l '! O ; ,t' .*: •mu < Mla kwt-11. >liti.iuiiu I I Itdc l I If< .<* Hri IM ai V* *: > t :p;. *! '* M • ..‘ rt o • . Aid: P ‘ *V. N .> • ‘ ... Mn r . * >l.. 111 N ti, l?*::;• NO _> More on the News On- ,i'■•'!•' .*! - •’ ' • ' ’ lie • • ( jI, ; ’ ■ " j ’ l .•' * N. -• .' • • • I * ■ ‘ * A' * . : -■* • • •- c blit . 1 •*■ H '■ :i‘ • ■' ■;* li. ** 'A •* * k'> • 'I 'A * h; . . - • : . •• 1 * ** ♦! '. I l .' ' iHI •*!*.*• Y' *. v ' <! ' • '’ ’ ' *■’ i ' ’’t V. • • I * ’ i. I: H- • \!a .. !„ • • 1 • ‘ |* F" * *'}' . . ir .11 ' w . 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Silence .■ not do for >• . i on tnese things. I.ook at your record on the Watt* iter Act. the < • .ane*e netfotiattons, the W PA. the recent coal lockout which ;. ■ • i.i termed “stnkf." *ur readers need to taKtf the 'loyaii “If you read it in the Cumneriand New-, take it uitn a poon of sa t.” Our Factual Press The local paper* must ha vary sorry that they printed the “canned" aditoriale of the .National Association of Manufac turer* on the proposed amendments of the Wagner Act. Nou will retail that every one of them printed editorially the NAM lies that “only the C. I. O. opposed amendment of the Act." For the past couple of months we have printed names of affiliates of the American Federation of Labor who have gone on rec ord against any amendment of the Act. We TUI. \\ KS I KILN M ARYLAND VOICE OF IMU'S ITII AI. I.AHOR. THTRSDAV MORNING, .IDLY fi. i.i. e . ■ "i i : Ml! pntti r ,il |!i'nt hcl'il.ioii •>! Kaih-md I■ .i inneii is \ iaorously opposed '.. .i . aMi. ndinoiit* of ant nat iiv. I :i*t week tin* l.ciig'le W Itlion Shop. • - appi.oi'd '* register tln ir opposition t" Lit * ins a* 'ii*. Wiisliingtou hearings. \ a*: 1-k .Msg: . Jehll AI! .'lll gat' , . i at oat itigs. Fat her lit an * ■. • a ( I it, . ad. i. but here is w ha' i . *.i ii . ' I lui • r< ad Mr. •oci n s *tate 's at.d ' • ;,t •' '' Hu m.t i• .1 a* • . iln ii-.’os* '• ..' tin ana-ndo'cnt : 1 ■ i j .1. * * i ■ga rd the Nat :> cMI I lo'l.r \. ' a* th.- most i" !••• -'a: * pn . . ■ • 01-:V ‘nr i..... .|- nil! for ii. no. Ta. . *in.. la but' o g * at ton began I'r . t pea::! i 'auor :i.g o! lln uni K -g T: ... ' t berland ' - ,i ~| •i . i . .1 > i i i.i. stand* . .-‘i I. To are i. \iaA (| as t lie ’. •• . •■;>."■. ors on id p.-i.st i< ill. • . .ii.’. .a: • ii-. i .to tiie expediency o' • :> * laud .of el't -ei s i i in. . i.| almost tbit k that these emi ■ a i .o ' a expo* ire* v.•' ii at ti . a-' he a '.■■*.eg '-l ist watch if they ... • • a-• at:', answer! What s The Game? M> ..•!> o' Lot-a !s7 i ('elaiii s>. Work •i s Industnai I i..■ >n and ntlici no :nb(*r* •' *hi ai'e wondering what game ''•• '■••erland Now*" < plating in the • got a .'!.* botv.cn the union and tin management of the t . .anese Corporation. \. *i well 'hey might wonder! * .. e weeks ago tin itlion ended a ?• '>l l -v negofiatiotis with the manage A it’i'. , " rep. irter of tln . ' ..■rl.tiui New s'' n anu'a. t urefl a story tuat tii. oral ui. m had called a meeting ' ■ . a s'rike '.o!e. Large headlines a)"!,i d ' e "story '* ’. hnti upon closer ' \au .mat .in cariied .'* own denial within . But the story served to create a *tatc uneasiness in the community and we ...ii' • :;t!iy mip.ued v''.at interest ti’.ij .'ii• ~ul ,n employ ing such tactics. W. .. tn* local ti' oil re*.lined its nego a' !.s uitii tin 'oaiiag.ulent two weeks ago Last ' e "Cumhei land New * .iu a gi-it••■(!..• •. untrue story that ai agon;. • t o' me ' eiaui'*e l orpora ■ '" it.fi it in i. -*.iiy to ptiri ha*., a ipiarter i'.ig* p.ial ailv ei't i*. .. e:it to deity '.ie "story" f.: cf. i iie paper hail printed. Roth liian agi :ni■ i:t and union officially denied that they had given any such statement as aji peai'cd in the "Cumberland New.-" or that there was any truth in tiie story. N'.w . the public is Used to the gross u .-ii* ta.-t which tiie "< tunber •a' • N’css" tla* printed on tiie opposition t" tre Wagi.ef A c hut it soems that its 'I.-tor! ..'a <>: truth, hi tin relations of the 1 ■ an. -i ( orpora!um and the mion arc ns' v 'oca .-e n.i* :tider<tandiug, embarrass. ' i ' lit ... ■ g between tile negotiators. I ri• •i: member* an- ashitig "What is the g.i':.- .r th*. 'utr.il,-rlanfl News'.'" They ‘ M .t’ si:j 1 'tt*i* pi!m;s In >• >* ; 'tj f. 'iK'.': V* *‘ii **? V I !.f* UllMll lit ■a * .. .. I- an . a. I v l-<Uei| a -tatelllellt n g.t g '"..r :nemiier- to diseount any new * "t nega’:a!ions which appears hereafter in 'tie ..I . -of ttie "i iitnheriand News." I tie \ * *:.i* of l.ahor takes up the warn ' g a; .1 milaiira*!s it to the general pun i Heir ta 'ies may oe gnoil policy tor securing paid ad'erti-cments of denial, but ' .* a nugnty poor wav of reporting the tru'h. They Are For Roosevelt A igh a f ear retrains In to: e tiie national conventions ot t.ue political part..-*, ':.e "I'raif R ,ose'>lt" mic ement : 5 gaining imp*-' ! i.e working peopiti. iienefii iaries of the .Nov I tea . ar* ijuick to sense tiie need for an extension of tiie achievement* which ha' e already been made. 1 niikfc- a iocal morning paper we do not >••••".* in generalities. \\ iia .ea weak* t*e - * for facts, names and places. So w* find that in the last couple of weeks along the forces of labor and pro gress are taking action. Fur example, tiie low a state Federation of Labor calls for a third term for President Roosevelt, They followed the action of the American Federa tion of Musicians, The powerful Rrotherhood of Railroad Trainmen have lost concluded their Con vention. They have endorsed Roosevelt for a third term. Young Democrats organizations, usual ly r'np stronghold of progressive sentiment as opposed to the reaction of their elders, are lining up. State convention of Young Democrat* in Tennessee, lowa and Cali fornia ha'e called for s third term for our great president. Senators like Norris of Nebraska. FI lender of Louisiana and Guffey of Penn sylvania have expressed opinions that a third term is necessary. Senator Neely says only presidential refusal can stop it! The indications at this stage of the game show unmistakably that the Tories are going to have a stiff battle to stem thei . i AN AMFKTC \N m:CI,\n\TTON OF toli;h \m:k ami i;oi am i y In Jt? Gronr.l G'>*n.)s R 4 f ii r. W VTBmnot R snrl \l'i! If AM Nl I.MI HIT* ft 1 f /M htft h*rn n fie* eonntr* It wtis fan* if *4 hs m n-‘if ■ •**i*-f) •, bn Hi“f Imm p*r**rntinn tint! nppruunn; tf r, t fnt rul'd ir>nn /#*< find human equality, 7 ‘ f% at the /)*• ’ara'iflti nf fnifnprtufenr* hutll hofrr I /•• a *n piwcipUn. Stirrirrlwf fi*n*rntion horn I. fht *i\f. •./ th*m Th*t at 9 th§ matt prteioHi httifa?* el th* 4m*ri rn profit. In I ."*6. thru pfinn*pl*i h rrt tmhn>Htii In fht Prrlarafian nf / trrti.'rnrt. In I?RQ th*% rt rrt ti rittrn intn the Canititutian j a•• 'he I' Hnl R Crnrtt ITtHAifif/flfl, at fhr 4' l ptrii* </<• nt rhe I niter! % tumt tn delethl thrift; fhrnham /.4- gn ■ rlrf thrm in *ht Kmnnripntian Ptorlnmnttrtn. ? ’ fh-’te pnnripit f nl hrrrlnm Inr aR art thieatrnrif .4 • >" -n intti*tt*iani are n*tarl,rd ht thn%t ti hn untrd ifritrnf \ hhrift fh-nngh h gntr\ Thr\ auail thr equal juitire gumantertf k\ ii r Can\fitutin% l and rrk fe rang agntmt 'art, girrd 9g>r" <t '■retd. \ ,* rrrtnrt, art thi* Fatt'lh da\ at lair, IHQ, ti r I meri-an i, • rd thrnughaut rh t nrhd t, again fair tht oath nf t i a r in- iitheri. I)rii ended thing ti hn ramr from all land | • lr ‘ti e -*rt rn prat r and hr at her Imnd, u r n hg tag e'he' hni e ntadg 4 rrirn gr tat, repudiate all dai frinrt of inequality , and randemn ; it rn/eramg in e* et t lorn% IT e T'nfl"m attr derated lautlti tn tht h-<*tr p-rtriplt nf the Derhr almn nl Indrpendtnrg, that all nt** * a * nr.red equal, and in detrait at thii i it, at did the invade'% n 're*e United gnl Interim, mutual!* pledge to rn< h other Oir litet, our fO’tuneM, and our tarred hnut. Piv of th# fininTil Afxint Intoj#r#nf# m Am#fW forcoii of prnjjT****. ifjrtitii >* nf thr mi ami distortion of h \a<\ ma.ioi*it\ of thp iiatioi.'w prox. TfHlition or no tra dition on tin* third t#nn, thfi> can od no stDmmiiv of th* -<iitihumst rominjr from *hr depths of tlu people thomsoh*s. it looks as thmitfh it \n to b** darned hard work to sneak llfo\er or h prototvpi iac*k iti tn the White House. fiive us the Ww hai ami more of it! The people are asking for it in spite nf tin* Repuhlican pres.#. Democratic Bill Green The I'nited Mine Workers .Imirnal prints the following editorial in its current edition: IS IIK S< \I<FI>7 "liistnictiiin.* have g.me out fi'nm the iieadipiarter* of the American Federation ■ it' Lalmr tiiat labor newspapers mu*t he -trangleri and prevented from publishing any thing that the AFotl. doesn't like. These instructions, signed by President William Between The Lines By Cecil Owen Labor’s Non-Partisan League Wa. ..ngton Congra** *tnl cm .*. customary okinme political :am page as tht Juh 1 deadline of the • riwi.en* itscai yea: lon ad puck u 'ion on many maim item*. K’.*rv v**n; at thi> rimi* Cong:e.s> t ;i.t to woik under ex'rrme prc.s* • c '. .1 :n through lx*- . .'":e end o! tlie in ycai . otherwise M .tny .igcMies would be , without : .;<;• and .mporant ;uone- , h;v .:*ri othc: law* would expire. Taxing advantage of the agent c eed of .*?lOii pa; ’is an group* seize . their chance to put ove: pet . ..e;i,e and. gencia.ly, o *ab as much as passible for then own v .)*•■ .a. m?**i>*,vt> I-ndW> toiupro* . mt.se .i tiie price of muck a* son. , A classic example wax the liver* GOP coalP ion iii ne Senate which | vorked tone:her to ..•rip *he Pre.si- . hem ot .ome <j| h..s .:!al monetary j power* and to put. over a Higher v price for silver. Quick Adimnistra- , ’■on maneuvering m tiie House took , moat of the sting out of Urn inleat t , Com prom i e conferences will result v :n aomeihing for silver and a final • ok on tiie President* power. j On tins one the Republ.cai.* were ‘♦•ft holding the bag. The bright - ladu of the GOP were outsmarted bv the Senate Mlverite*. Corverva* tive Republicans are now on record for higher silver price*. * plan frowned on bv all the erononuMs they profess to admire There name .Republican* also voted recently to further unbalance the budget hr increasing tht farm appropriation, i Conaiattney mat be a jewel but it I* eertalniv not Republican! The mniiet auhjert i\ the inM complex before (ongrea*, vet the debate wax roll* dyeted mi a hitter p.utisan plane. Voting was largely on partv lines. The real qtimrfion In the mind of the House wan not whether the money policy is good or had from an economic standpoint, hut whether FI>R should have a voir of ronfl* ' detioe, 14 wta g pirtkaa feeo- , liiccn. -;r there is danger that some labor papers may heroine friendly toward the CIO. and that this must he stopped. Green's letter to state federations of labor anti cen tral labor council.*, says: I. therefore, caution you to keep all labor papers in yotir locality under close superv i*itn .... In other words, the A Foil, establishes a rigid censorship over labor papers, thus violating and destroying the fundamental, democratic principle of "free press." What else could it mean, when Green says "keep them under close supervision?" Hitler destroyed freedom of the press in Germany. Green would destroy liberty of the labor pres* in this country. There is no difference." The Voice of I.almr can well imagine that .toe McCurdy would like to he able to keep "close supervision" over our activities. Fortunately .loe’s job, under Green's orders, will lie a simple one as the A. F. of L. maintains no press of its own in Mary land. and he is not heavy enough to exert any “supervision" over this paper! fnr-all with the money i*ii as a •irirMiw. (Jtiii k Action Nri'Sed liei-e who s.iieod to t.u<' away nr Pi. -aii-nl s imwei todiHaiiir ihc ito..:ir ai.oilier B icuu 'llf limit ot lua power, made mmh ol the iy>:m Uiey vvaiueii ton ''ore inoinw power to Coimres.* In doing so lliev ignor ed the (act that Congress neves oxen red it* theoretical control at! Uno.igh tie* isH.in day.- and the UcJti crash. There i* also u.e Itirther lari that Congress will soon ad a.mn and :n tiie world money market quick action ia needed By th# time Con st est. rouid teas-semhle and decide wliat :o do. atiy serious crisis would tt.e.c done it.* worst. B.>. aigument ol oontinumg the President s hinited |swers hi tills re peri 1* that it tit* U. S tied its iiand* Hie lorrign dictator nations would have a* at their merry. No one knows what they may do to morrow. Cheat Britain a!.*o i* not above taking an advantage and would gain immensely in world trade If ih# pound were sheaper il.an tiie dollar. So long aa we have 'iie emergency power like a club in BE OH GUARD. Look for the union lobal of the Amalgamated Clothing Worker* af America when buying men'* and boy*' clothing, overall*, ihirfs, undergarment*, neckties, lumber jacket*, gloves, and all ether kind* af men * wearing apparel. The Amalgamated label la year *T hs*f*Hng m the Amerlgemat guarantee that the article* you •* label you will help ta guard buy are af the be*t workman WHOM ||ABE against a return af sweatshop ship and produced under one CA 000000 PAOOOOOO VA 000000 condition* to the industry. By hundred percent union condition* v, eor helping the Amalgamated Clotb by member* of the Amalgamate - -y :.rner';— ' n ® Wor l‘ er * °l America yoii help ed Clothing Worker* af America. k jsy°i * ♦he labor movement generally. gHHI ilHil iSH Ask for the Amalgamated label on each part of the suit, coat, pants and vest. There ore different Amal gamated labels for coats, pants, vests, shirts and undermentt, work clothes, neckwear and glove*. _ _ Ui cinset nf merlin* their nioncv maneuvers foreign nation* muel mov# wanly. It .'mark of the week; Hep. Clare Huffman. K.. Midi., hitter-end labor foe. told the House: "Vo. I know I speak often, hut innal of the lime I in doin* your dirty work lor you." Hoffman a< referring In ihe lory Ormocrals who lacking murage to state their true po-ition. get him lo attark all liberal measures for thrm." New Heal Here To Slay On July 1 with hardly a nppl# the government reorganization plan took effect More than 100.000 em ployee,* m si) agencies were trans itu red m a move to introduce great er efficiency Into the administrative end of government. New newspaper* bothered to re port this long-awaited develpoment in anv detail, ye! a year ago at this time the Tories were beating drum* and yelling dictator bill at the top of their lungs What Roosevelt had proposed, of course, was uo more than similar plans advocated as long ago as Taft's administration. Hard 'mg. (looliiigr mid Hoover all had 'imtlar ptogtam* but n*ver not ac tion on them No longer will It be mriwary lot hr fteuetgtv of thr Tmuwry to al.vo pretend to I* an expert on public health. Nor will there Im* a M-orc of ggenrir* scattered around •vith little or no coordination mid much ovrilimping of dutlra One agency, Instead oi about 40 will mi jiervts# limp-making and one. in stead of three. will ec to the arl farr of the Alaskan brown txar*. Thr changed setup will not aav** ..my great 511111a that being tin l>ov*lblr except bv elmnnatmii gov ernment function.* but there will h' more order and com 1110115*1 w Ihe three major diviaiona set in will group all lending agcnctc* a., •voika ping ram* and all aoclal wel fare programs The ngenev that In urea mortgage* and the agem \ hat lends on mortgages will now be inder the same general au|)crvision . trad of at loggerheads as m the inst Meal significance of these shifts • that the agendas rt up by the New Ileal me non being recognized as permanent functions of govern ment. The woid emergency*’ Is being removed from ’he titles Three was urgent need for these services and ’lie (irople will demand them fot a long time to come That s win ’he Toi e< howled ia*t yew not be au** they even believed their own il!\ diet a tot rhaiges Talher Ilian for Wagner \l One of the witnesses at Wag ner act hraihtis before the llotisr l.altor lommlttee this werk was >|sgr John A. Ryan, noted libei al < atliolir pi elate. Hires a quote from what he said: "I have read Mr Oreen's • tateineiils soil lire? leave me inirom-hired as lo lire necessity of Ihe amendments lie proposes "1 regard Ibe National l.abor Relations \i t as the most Im portant pie-e of legislation, not ran. since labor legislation be gan. William (teen API. president was as >ilent as the Sphinx when the Tones were hying to dr.strip 'he WPA ptngratr Would (Itern lino (*ong:e>- l>rlio\p *hat niember h:p o: ’he APL t> not in*ere.-trri m th:> i’al subjert? The con’rar was shown In 'lie fact several API unions in lesistlng effmts to wierg WPA Seldom ha.* Congress had a more •pulted backfire on anv issue than on the Ilnu r mo* e to abolish the federal theatre Thousands of pm #>t.. poured in bv whir letter and pas’card Delegations of actors he. legerl Washington It was * :e --mat knble demonsti at ion of w ha* •he public can do when ;t is arous ed WIIAT IT NH HKH A Swedish ferine: who wanted to make Ins permanent home m Ihts country appeared for his natmallza ;lon papers. Official Are you satisfied with Ihe general conditions of this coun irv, Mi Olsen? Mr. Olsen "Vah. sure * Official And dries this govern ment of ours , *uit you?” Mr OUen 'Well. yah. mostly, onlv I lak a little more rain ALBERT‘BAY’STARKEY Beer - Soft Drinks Dancing THE OLD UNION HALL FCKIIART #. &*td, ikV 7 FLOWERS the ocea -1 .n mi •w’lfh'v Av a fre'h flowers _ a* lowest prices. BOPP'S FLOWER SHOP 76 Baltimore Street Phone 25*2 Open Evening* ARE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY PATRONIZING A NON-UNION BARBER SHOP? THE ONLY UNION SHOPS ARE THE ONES DISPLAYING THIS EMBLEM [ B. Fa ir. Patronise Union Barber Shops Watch tint apace In tha near future for a Hat of all non-union bar ber a Imp* in Allegany (minty. Sea If your barber* name la among them. We Wrote It I One Year Ago. FROM Ot K HI.KS i Governor llarry W Nice an* untuned that he would be candl* 1 dale u> succeed himself His an* notinrement was made over a state wide radio hook-up. William 11 Oeppert was named :n the .lastlre o! the Peace Court. He aueeeeded the late John O Mil let It was repot ted that Senator 1 George 1, Radcllfle had agreed te art as campaign manager lor hia colleague senator Tydlnas. Mavot Jaekson oi Baltimore wired , officials nl District 16 United Mine Workers of America that Baltimore . City purchased only union mined eoal. I.neal 1674 held Us annual Juhr Fontth picnic at Junior Older Park, Pros’lmre. Rarlnn mine workers eleeted Lind* lev IBe as pies idem ol Local 2623 Cumberland eltv officials journey* ed to HaMunnre to seek WPA aid on tlie eltv* cioas town water line. The United Mine Worker* Joint Connell made pubhe their plans to liold a mammoth Labot Day pu ma at I.onaeontng All local (' 10. 'intone were invited to sit on the atrangomeiits lommlttee. The Voice n( l.abor protested the •as exemption enen to the General lix'ile Mills, manaaement of the South Cumherland silk mill W* ■ barged that Hie concern had cut wages up to twenty percent. Kiel C Kel|\ annoumed thai he would seek the Repubtiean nomlna- Hon for Hie office of state s attorney. WPA headquarters announce blanket pay raises for many WPA wotkeis. bill Maryland was not In cluded Joseph N Berman was elortrd president of Lonaconlna Local No, 6697 United Mine Workers of A inert’ a A one million dollar PWA pro* mam fm hiuldltn arhnol* kn A lie— cam county was annoumed 11 Uqftucufc i Eat and Meet Your Friend* At DOT'S LUNCH IS Boltimor* St. Union Member* Welcome OPEN Al.l. NIGHT Real Competitive Healthful Sport Bawl and Meet Your Friend* at CLUB RECREATION 34 N. Mechanic Street I ndmintli tales NeatfgearUre r. J. STAKKM, fr.