Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 14
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 14

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2B July*, 1975 S««*rCftteito-JiciJ CAMTMnV ***** ¥«S"** WVU Summer Enrollment Up MORGANTOWN - Enroll. men! for the first summer ses- 7 sion term at West Virginia University increased 3.4 per cent, according to Dean John D. Brisbane of WVU's Office of Admissions and Records. A total of 5.776 students registered for the four-and-a-half week term compared to 5,588 last year -- an increase of 188 students. 40-Year-Old Labor Law Still Stirring Controversy By Robert A. Dvbkk WASHINGTON (AP) - Forty years after passage of the landmark National Labor Relations Act. labor and management find it powerful but still controversial Labor would like to see its coverage extended to public employes and farm workers, while some business groups would like to see the law amended to curb union strength. Nonetheless, the law, known as the Wagner Act when it was signed July 5,1935, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, has served as an important tool in bringing order to collective bargaining for the nation's 23 million organized workers. "The act has stood the test o* time," declared Chairman Betty Murphy of the National Labor Relations Board in a statement Saturday noting the law's 40th anniversary. "It has bought an evolution of labor relations from sitdown strikes and violence to thoughtful bargaining and productive compromise." The nation's basic labor law, it guarantees the right of workers to organize and to bargain collectively with their employers. It was amended in 1947 by the Taft- Hartley Act to prohibit certain kinds of strikes and union tactics, and again in 1959 by the Landrum-Griffin Act which placed further restrictions on labor's activities AFL-C10 President George Meany called the law "the keystone of industrial democracy" but said its coverage should be expanded. "The rights guaranteed by the NLRA have not yet been extended to all who work for a living: particularly farm workers and the many others who urgently need this protection," he said. Among these groups are state, county and municipal employes whose unions are currently mounting a drive in Congress for legislation to guarantee them collective bargaining rights. Join Farmers' "pass-us-your-buck-of-the-month" Club and get this month's premium reward: YOUR CHOKE OF THIS U. S. COIN JEWELRY-FREE WHEN YOU OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH DELUXE OR MORE. CONDITIONER 10,000 BID As you can see from the coupon below, we have plenty of plans to choose from. Savings accounts and Certificates that pay interest ranging from 5 1 / 4 % to 7 1 / 2 % - accounts insured up to $40,000 by an agency of the U.S. Government. If you open one of these accounts with $300 or more-or add to your present one-you can get this month's special premium. Free. Just come into our building-or to one of the drive-in windows- and make your deposit. Or, if you save by mail, we'll pay the postage both ways. Remember, Farmers pays at least a 1 / 4 % more interest on regular savings accounts than any commercial bank around. So pick your plan and fill out the coupon today. Grow your savings at Farmers-where they grow bigger-quicker. f * FARMERS W FEDERAL SAV1MGS LOAN ASSOCIATION! Business Hours Mon. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Toe. thru Thurs. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday 9 am. to 12 noon 'IK[" Dollar Pendant - Genuine V EISENHOWER silver dollai : n edai- hpn in 24K gold plate mounter! into tiiigree setting 30-inch heavy 24K gold plated chain D Enclosed is a check for $5 (or more). Please open 5'/4% Regular Passbook Account. D Enclosed is a check for $100 (or more). Please open 5 3 A% Golden Harvest Passbook Account (90 day notice required for withdrawal). Q Enclosed is a check for $1000 (or more). Please send 614% Single Payment Certificate (1-2 . years). ' A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal on certificates. (Special premiums available when you open an account with $5,000 or more.) D Enclosed is a check for $1000 (or more). Please send 6 3 /i% Single Payment Certificate (30-48 mos.). D Enclosed is a check for $1000 (or more). Please send 7'/ 2 % Single Payment Certificate (4-5 years). NAME. ADDRESS. CITY .STATE, .ZIP. FARMERS FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. Box 3369,191 Summers Street, Charleston, West Virginia 25333 Another Quality Product of Model 101EE "KENNEDY" Half Dollar Petvlan! Genuine KENNEDY na'f-doilai r,p- rtailion in 18K gold pigte Mounted into filigree setting 24-mcr '8K gold plate dnubin linked chain * t * ' .. 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