Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
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r . Use Of Tail-Hartley Act Might Have Saved Truman Trouble Over Nation's Steel Tangle ' · " · · · ' - · c - ; . " ' ' ' ' ' . ' . / . i.'. - · · * . - · - · ' . I.-:.;.. .·.-··'. ··"· , . '!.*''-'··v l» ,. V NOrTHWIJ , By JAMES MABLOW , Wtshington-yPJ-Prcsiderit - 'Truman stuck his neck out in the *t«l dispute. He didn't have to. If he had handled it another way, he might have put his critics' ' necks on the block. He could have used the Taft- Hartley Act. The result might have been the same, a strike. But he would have avoided a rain of, criticism and the historic rebuke from Federal Judge ..David A. · Pine.'"'··'/* ···' '·'' '-. ·' "-'· - '··'-' ' · This is. what he.did, might have done," and still may have to do: What he did: ' ··:-;\\~ ··.-·:.·'' · The; steelworkers,'^wh6se",;;con- · tract,ended 'DecembeC.Slp-began negotiations last November. with the| mill owners for highei':pay. Getting nowhere, they 'threatened · to strike New Year's Day;!" 1 ;. Truman stepped, in and asked both sides to let .the Wage Stabilization Board examine the case. -Theboard heard both sides, used. *«,!ot of time,.and finally, fecom- niendetf a substantial pay raise for the.worker?;-The owi^e.rj'Refused' p6*era. : ;Tu«!sda'y tHe judge agreed ( to grant it unlcss'the'government leliihg'the"gove '"' '" let them raise prices. The government said no. · . 'erriment'to -get'out. And then the workeis, who had already postponed their strike Again getting nowhere, the | more than 100 days, finally went workers threatened once more to on strike. · strike. Truman stepped :in. again «whit Mirtt Have and seized the mills. 'Since the what Tru man'might have done: government, in charge, might give them the .raise they/warited,' ilie workers worked. .Aiso, it's against the law to strike against .the government. ' . ··".' No :· law' 'Shd K.'ribttflrfg'Flff . 'th'e 1 Constitution said '.' 'Truman . - in peacetime had. power to seize private. property ./-But-; he argued the Constitution .contained -invisi-s . ^ but .-built-in:;; ' . Some; ^ . .. men; In. .Congress' -denounced the; selzure'-anil said hieT should have; used . Taft-Harttey. .' Twice, .; under.. this battering, /Truman asked.Cori-" gress for : SL" solution, instead^ : Congress .talked impeachment. The mill owners appealed to Judge .tine to ..throw, the government out: of their property, arguing ; the president ' exceeded ' his WHen he saw the strike comiiic last December, could have /used Taft-Hartley. It would have, 'io work like this: .' .: : He'd set up a board to examine «ie ^aasKThenJlie'^cciuId -ask : 4' federal judge to forb'id a, strikf _ or shutdown, giving the :gdvern- ,jne'iit'mpr.e time to;"b,ring the ,lwo. sides jnto .stfgreeineiit; . -.-; ·» Mibnt /it yittm/iu I,...»,...ei- Hindi, NEW WONWiR CAPSULE MAY GET AT THE REAL CAUSE OF YOUR TIRED, NERVOUrFEELING n. n«J I, iu«v f^i «» fym^. hm, .l.n, with cwilinMin,, IniimnU tmi ' imrin «f I-vhmiini ord Ni«ln ii 'Uii ft. .: ItM Mly n^uirtmMl evir · yraUni*d IMfM. T)iM*-twn.ifMfiltciyinjitMit [n thim- . , t ««^TM» *· "·* prew.o dittary rf««fitny.'«nd lEuMrtM ViUtRins and Minerals ' SenBttional B E X E L SPECIAL FOR; MULA. comes to you in easy-to-iake- '·«f«ty-B«*led capsules that contain tasentitl B-vitamins; Iron -and other minerals known, to be essential in human nutrition nnd other factore as well . . . 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'the . owners -- after. r.T-H. had- delayed; a strike 8ii da'ys --the workers, .would be. free to striked uhle'ss-- · " ' And this isjyhere he could have but -Congress -'on 'the spot. When T-H' is .used .-but fails i' to stop a strike, the. president must lay -the "Whole problem .n the lap of Congress, which can pass a -Taw forbidding a strike or do what else it wishes. -. . At- one stroke then he · could have put Congress on the spot. Instead; operating as he. did, he was -denounced as a dictator when he asked Congress to act. Why didn't he use 'T-H? It's been a political issue for years. Blessed by, union leaders, Truman has condemned T-H and urged Congress to wipe it. off the books. If he had used it in this case, h e ' l might have laid himself open to j jibes from his critics and denunciation by his" labor, union* friends. Tito Sees Easing Of World War Threat Belgrade, Yugoslavia-yPj-Pre- mier. Marshal. Tito. says the development of new mass-destruction weapons has eased "a little" the danger of a third world wa.\ However, "we still must remain alert," he cautioned c'delegatlon o£ Army reserve. officers last night.. He pledged Yugoslavia's defensive strength in any fight against aggression but said - t his country would/steer away from regional defense pacts because World War U .experience had shown such agreements were "only . pieces of paper." t, West's Best Alljes Said Masses Of Russian People, '.%.'/ Yprk-(flAdm,'' Alan G. Kirk;says that the free world's best potential allies In the struggle against Soviet Communism'are the masses o[ the Russian . people themselves. . . '. ' · ' . ' · - The former U.'-S. ambassador'to Russia, speaking, last night at a Tolstoy..-Foundation dinner, 'do-, scribed these masses -as ''Communism's first, and oldest victims.-" : "'Today we'-l;npw enough -about .the silent conflict that ranges between the Kremlin despots and their;5ubjects to realise that Stalin: cannot., simply., thrust 1 the .. Soviet Richest of all coffees gives you 1045 more cups per pound yet costs only 2 cents more Army and people into battle," Kirk declared. . "To order Russia into war he (Stalin) must ;.ot only be confident that he has the necessary weapons and resources; he must also be confident that the officers and soldiers; of 'the Soviet Army will obey hii command and hurl themselves against us, not against them." Western Nafiwu Must Unite, Roberts Warns Ottawa -(IF)- Former U. S. Supreme Court Justice Owen J. 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