Thursday Evening, December 5, 1957. Sticks With Plan for One Year Wage 'Freeze' By JOHN CLANCY I dred telegrams, some from rank! tlle proposal sounded like it'came .United Press Staff Correspondent' and file union members, and not fr "™ th " """' i ''"" f " F "" n = ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. CUP)-| one disagreeing with me." inhnn l(nHni* T?tr*Um.~l T /"*..„.. ._:.! ' construction slump could be reversed. "What the hell good is $5 an hour if you don't get a chance to earn it?" Gray asked. Meany, appearing at the convention where Gray presided, said of r for his proposa! for a one year! Gray . freeze on wages of building trades 1 building trades unions, almost all workers. I of whom rejected the plan upon Gray slsick lo his plan despite ! first hearing, were ''coming ; cries of "treason" from other un-i around" after he explained the • ion officials and a personal scold' ' ' ' " ing from AFL - CIO President George Meany. "I've got some nice compliments," said the "1-year-old chief of the powerful AFL-CfO Building Trades Department. "Three hun- detai's. The wage moratorium which has drawn the fire is merely the first step, Gray insisted. The second step would be formation of a corn- chasing power achieved through high wages. United Steelworkers officials echoed the complaint and said Gray's "absurd" suggestion played along with anti-labor elements and would be "disastrous" carried out. mittee_representing ever, phase of lie argument—that the nation's the building industry to set! if the' economy depended on mass pur- the president of the XJ.S. Chamber of Commerce. Other Unions Complain Leaders of industrial unions— whose members average about $1.50 an hour less than building trades—voiced the angriest complaints. The Executive Board of the In- [ Officers were elected at' the Jfo- ternational Union of Electrical vember meeting of the Community Workers HUE) said the proposal I Art and Garden club held -in 'the was "harebrained" and amounted | basement of the Methodist church, to "treason to trade unionism." The IUE repeated Many's bas- Flora Mrs. Ruth Cook of Luke Alfred, Fla., arrived Monday after the death of her mother,' 'Mrs. Joe Cline, 77, whose rites were held i Tuesday at the Church of the Officers who will take .office in 1958 are Mrs. Oscar Rohrabaugh, president; Mrs. Robert Noble, first vice president; Mrs. Owen Sheag- ley, second vice president; Mrs. Marion Gibson, recording secretary; Mrs. Daniel Cromer, treasurer; Miss Gladys Hursh, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. V. Beck, parlimentarian; and Mrs. Reid Burns and Mrs. Charles Ross, two new members of the board of directors. National Book Week was observed. The program was, in charge of co-chairmen, Mrs. Daniel Cromer and Miss Gladys Hursh. In charge; of the meeting was Mrs. Oscar j Rohrbaugh, president. ! Mrs. Reid Burns gave a'report on literature and poetry. Devotions were by Mrs. E. E. 'Landis and Mrs. Daniel Brown, accompanied by Mrs. Mark Carter. Mrs. Charles Raber of near Rockfield re•viewed the book, "Thee Saints and a Sinner." Mrs. M. R. Adams gave a report, of the nominating com- mittee, assisted by Mrs. A. V. Beck and Mrs. Reid Burns. Mrs. John Oaks and Mrs. Glenn Eikenberry displayed,articles made by the blind at the State Industrial School, Indianapolis. On the hostess committee were Mesdames E. E. Landis, Jessie Spitler, Keith Sisson, Paul Burns and Emma Richter. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Clora Purdue were her son, Jesse, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribunes Nina University and Jane Adams of Balll CQ||S Meeting State'Teacher's College. Guest onJQr p rosecutors m , , ,..: T\_ — r._ AJ.™,.' *"" I lUSCtUlUla At Indianapolis craft Carrier Efflex, stationed off INDIANAPOLIS (UPJ-Indiana Thanksgiving Day was Dr. Adams nephew, Frank Adams, of the Air- the coast of Florida. A guest Sat-jAUy. Gen. Edwin Steers today urday and Sunday was Mrs. Ad-j called a statewide conference^ ams' brother, Dale Wilson, of Mad- " '"' ~ ison, Ind. oiora jruruue were ner son, jesse, j and family of Logansport and her !Wreck School BuS, neighbors, Mrs. Nora Brookie.l..». • • ft^-ij Mrs. Martha Michael and Mrs.! Without Children Grace Daggy. i INDIANAPOLIS (L"P)— A school I handled the prosecution of four Indiana prosecuting attorneys for Dec. 12-14 to discuss traffic and criminal laws and -eviow recent Indiana criminal decisions. Among speakers for the meeting were Robert Orbison, Marion County deputy prosecutor who Mrs. Ross Briggs will entertain i bus was demolished by a freight at dinner Thursday evening thej train today shortly before it was members of the Past Matrons. A gift exchange will be featured. Visiting their parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Adams during the Thanksgiving weekend were Rob- due to start .picking up children men in the Indiana highway scandals; Paul Myers, chairman of the State Correction Board, and Fuji ert and Bill Adams of Indiana tracks in the path of the train. for classes at Warren Twp. school. Harold Zeis of the Indiana State Ronald Piel, the driver, jumped •"-'• — to safety when the bus stalled on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Police. Read the Classified Ads For Evening' Appointment Phone 3552 ALL THE CREDIT YOU WANT TO YOU FRIDAY 9a.m. "9p.m. SATURDAY 9a.m.-9p.m. SAVE $7.00 ON EACH-SMARTLY STYLED OCCASIONAL TABLES I Usually $16.95. 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