Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
Page 10
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Page A^10--INDEPENDENT »«? B«Kh, C.llr:,thvr..,ro.. U, 1»3 Knowland's Labor View Reiterated LOS ANGELES (K -- Sen. William F. Knowland (K-Calif), came out specifically Tuesday for the so-called "right-to- work" initiative measure that may go on the California ballot next November. · . At a news conference the Republican candidate for governor said he believes the proposed state law is "fair and equitable legislation." He said he will support the measure if it qu'alifies,for the ballot. The measure would prohibit union contracts that require union membership as a condition of employment. It will go on the ballot if the backers obtain sufficient signatures. » » * * KNOWLAND WENT from the news conference to a Lincoln birthday dinner for. 1.100 .Republican workers and officials.. He discussed in .considerable detail his position on la. bor. matters and other issues. "Our people .would be out- · raged" Knowland said, '.'if. their right to free,, assembly and to free speech were conditioned by "their belonging to any particular organization; we would not permit compulsory membership in a, church; we would be dismayed if our right .to vote were subject to affiliation in a party of someone else's choosing. ."Another fundamental, basic right of the first magnitude is -the right of employment, the right of a worker to a job -without being-.cpmpeHed to ..join a private' organization, · without being pay , tribute to it .in order to hold that job and thus earn money with which to support himself -and his family!" , KNOWLAND . SAID at the news conference "that the title - of. the initiative measure,- ,as prepared by the- office of 'his gubernatorial opponent, State Atty.- Gen. .Edmund .Brown, - could -have been written' "to more appropriately" .reflect the - meaning of the measure. · .· · Brown's office has called the measure "employer-employe relations!" In discussing it at the news conference.. and in his - speech, Knowland did not- refer to it as "fight-to-work" leg- Islation. · Reporters asked Knowland -about his "relationship with Gov. Knight," who stepped out - o f ' the- gubernatorial contest, leaving Knowland as the only major GOP contender for the governor's seat ·"My relationship with all the' candidates is satisfactory," replied. Knowland. "I am not participating' in the -primary fight. I want to be in the position to support the ticket when it is nominated June 3." . * » * * COMMENTING ON a poll of .the state legislature that purported to show that a majority of the legislators believe'Atty. Gen. Brown will defeat Knowland in November he said: · "The only poll that counts is the poll June 3 and Nov. 4." Knowland, asked what. he thought of Gov. Knight's new state budget, said, "It is not a balanced budget." and "they have drawn on about the last of the reserve--funds." - However, he said he was not critical of the budget. He added that the next state administration, whether Republican or · Democratic, will be confronted with the problem of increasing revenues or reorganizing the state government structure. - ' * * * ' Defeat Seen for Curb on Union Shop SAN DIEGO Cff)--If a "rigtit- to-work" measure gets on the California ballot this year it will be defeated, a national labor union executive predicted Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Thornburgh of Washington, B.C., said in an interview voters have 'learned that the economy in "right-to- work" states was adversely affected by the law. She is western .regional director of women's activities for the AFL-CIO Committee Political Education. . * * * » "WE'VE FOUND that people . in. the 18 states with 'right-to- work' laws have less wage in- .come than those without," Mrs. Thornburgh said. "Lower wages depress the entire economy of a state." ' She cited Texas as an example. 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