The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 10
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 10

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 22, 1958
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III AllttJM (Mf«fO MM AID IV Monday, D*t. 22, 1«58 Local Clears President of Dual Unionism : PITTSBURGH union tntmbtrt hiv* Monerated Donald C. ftarick of charf«a he promoted dual unionism within the United 8t**l«wkera Union as leader of a rank and ffl« protest nitf?(ift6tit ftfufist iflcr6*JNMl Qttfett* Rarick, W, a heat treater at the nearby Jrtin Works of U.S. Ste«l Corp., waa cleared Sunday it a membenhlp meeting of USW Local 9227. He is president of tht 3,800-tnember local. Members voted 97-7 for a recommendation by a five-man trial : board that the charges be dropped. The panel heard accusa- lions against Rarick Dee. 1 and 2. Protested Does Boost Rarick is chairman of the so- called Dues Protest Committee, formed in 1956 in protest against an increase in dues from IS to $5 a month. The dual unionism charges, brought originally by 11 members of Local 2227, claimed Rarick worked against the best interests of the USW in an organised effort to oppose the will of the union membership. He was accused of attempting to set up another union within the framework of the USW. A resolution adopted last Sep. . tember at the USW'a international convention in Atlantic City called on local unions to file charges and bring to trial leaders and members of the Dues Protest Committee in their ranks. Others Cleared Three other members of the committee have been exonerated after trials. They are Nicholas Mamula, president of Local 1211 at All- quippa, Pa.; Anthony Tomko, president of Local 1408 at Me- Keesport, Pa.; and Edward Gal' ka, vice president of Local 1408. Rarick unsuccessfully opposed David J. McDonald's candidacy :,. for rejection as USW president In February 1957. McDonald polled 404,000 votes; Rarick 223,000. Author Dies; He Wrote 2 'Best Sellers' LOS ANGELES (AP) — Author Lion Feuchtwanger, political-historical novelist of international repute, died at a hospital Sunday at * 74. His .works include "Power," a 1926 historical novel later banned in Nazi Germany because of its " anti-Fascist implications. Other ; volumes included "The Ugly V Duchess," in 1928, and "Josephus" in 1932, both best sellers of their time, ; Feuchtwanger's last novel "Jephta and his Daughter,'.' was published last year. It was a Biblical tale. The German-born writer was hospitalized Saturday for a recurrence of an old stomach ailment and died after two gastric hem orrhagea. •i -"''*'•• * Miss America of '57 Weds California Gl PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) _ The,Miss America of 1957 and her ; GI mate are honeymooning in this desert resort city today. Marian McKnight of Manning, S.C., was married to Pvt. 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