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Part II of Index

CAPITAL LETTERS denote subject headings
* denotes letters sent to the person named

Part I

Name, Item Number

*Ackerman, Audrey (Secretary of Central Labor Union, Oskalossa, IA), 214

Adamic, Louis, 167

Aetna Life Insurance Company, Hubbell Building, Hartford, Connecticut, 161

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE PLAN, CLINTON LOCAL #20878, GROUP PLAN
FOR LIFE INSURANCE, 161

AFFIDAVIT OF NONCOMMUNIST UNION OFFICER, 261

Alexander, Freda M. (Administrative Assistant to Regional War Labor Board,
VII), 197

AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF STREET ELECTRIC RAILWAY AND
MOTOR COACH OPERATORS OF AMERICA, 127

American Committee for Yugoslav Relief, 58 Park Avenue, New York, 167

American Federation of Grain Millers

1426 Carron St., Keokuk, IA, 264

916 Metropolitan Building, Minneapolis, MN, 265, 271-273, 290

425 3rd Ave. South, Clinton, IA, 295

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN MILLERS

AFFLIATION OF LOCALS, 255-257, 264

CREDENTIALS TO OMAHA CONVENTION, 271, 273

EXECUTIVE BOARD, 271

1949 FINANCIAL STATEMENT, 262

GENERAL MILLS, INC., HEALTH ASSOC. PROGRAM, 290, 291

GENERAL MILLS, RETIREMENT SYSTEM, 281

IOWA STATE COUNCIL, 276

OMAHA CONVENTION, 271, 273

ORGANIZATION OF ILLINOIS LOCALS, 264

SETTLEMENT TERMS WITH FLOUR MILLS OF KANSAS CITY, 287

SETTLEMENT TERMS WITH TERMINAL ELEVATORS IN KANSAS
CITY, 286

LOCAL# 33, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, ATTEMPTED RAID OF
TEAMSTERS UNION, LOCAL #89, 265

American Federation of Grain Processors

1329 Cedar St. Keokuk, IA, 129, 245

710 9th Ave., Marion, IA, 205

501 East Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, MN, 24, 27, 128, 138, 139, 194,
206

Peoria, Illinois, 50

7033 Tulane Ave., St. Louis, MO, 49, 120, 231

*American Federation of Grain Processors, 135

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS

INTERNATIONAL CHARTER, 138, 139

UNION MEMBERSHIP, 138

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR, 26, 30, 71, 73, 90, 122, 138, 178

MEMBERSHIP POLICY FOR FOREMEN AND SUPERVISARY PERSONNEL, 137, 144

NATIONAL CONVENTION, 187

STRIKE PLEDGE 56, 58

American Federation of Labor, Washington, DC, 90, 144, 178, 186, 187

AMERICAN FEDERATIONIST
, 36

American Jewish Trade Union Committee for Palestine, 245 Fifth Ave., New York, 103

APPRENTICESHIP AGGREMENT

FRED MUELLER, 135

ROBERT R. CLIFFORD, 135

ARMSTRONG, C.A., 35

ARTICLE

"BUSINESS, LABOR MUST COOPERATE", 215

"LABOR DISSENT", 154

"NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD STATEMENT OF POLICY IN
HANDLING DISPUTE CASES", 191

"PEACE-TIME SAVINGS BONDS", 216, 217

"POST-WAR PROGRAM OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE", 203

"WAR LABOR BOARD IN THE RECONVISION PERIOD", 190

Asmussen, C.L., 86

*Badenoch, Byrne M. (Director of Labor Relations General Mills, Minneapolis, MN), 290

Bahusen, Fred A., 112

Bakery & Confectionery Workers, 2719 N. Wilton Ave., Chicago, IL, 81

BATTLE CREEK CONVENTION, 10

Baum, Earl J. (Secretary/Treasurer of Iowa State Federation of Labor), 289

BEARDSLEY, WILLIAM (GOVERNOR OF IOWA), 289

Beardsley, William S. (Governor of Iowa), 240, 253

Bennett, A.M., 75, *76

*Bennett, Howard, 143

Bennett, Howard, 185

BENNETT, HOWARD, 119, 155

Benzer, JOHN G., 76

Biemiller, Andrew J. (Chief, Labor Morale Section of War Production Board), 68
*Biscoe, Alvin B. (Administrative Mediation Officer, National war Labor Building), 302

BLOCK COAL COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

*Blodgett, J.C. (Secretary of Cedar Rapids Federation of Labor), 79, 83

Blodgett, J.C., 80

Bloomer, Wiley (Chairman of Grievance Committee of Union #29878), 129

BLUE (GOVERNOR OF IOWA), 252

BLUMER, 15

BLUMGRES, 92

*Board of Trustees of the American Federation of Grain Processors, 27

BOOKLET "A GUIDE FOR LABOR ORGANIZATIONS", 261

BOREN, DAVID (MEMBER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES IN OKLAHOMA), 23

BOYCOTT, MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY, 170

BRANDENBERG, 45

Brenner, Margaret, 164

BRESSER, HENRY, 250

BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD TRAINMEN, 30

*Brown, Clyde A. (Secretary of Federal Labor Union #1869, Cedar Rapids, IA), 247, 295

Brown, Clyde A. (Secretary of Iowa Council of Grain Millers), 276

BROWN, J.J. (SECRETARY-TREASUER OF IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF
LABOR), 163, 168

BROWN, L.L., 121

Burns, Helen, 160

C.W.HARDING CONTRACTOR, CLINTON, IA, 43

Camanche, John Fullick, 297

CAN DO BY LIEUTENANT USNR WILLIAM BRADFORD HUIE, 116

Carber, Joe, 278

CARLSON, E., 24

CARSTENSEN FREIGHT LINES, INC., CLINTON, IA, 43

CARR, ADAMS & COLLIER CO., DUBUQUE, IA

LABOR, DISPUTE CASE, UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA/DUBUQUE LOCAL #937, 153, 164, 166, 174

COMPANY BRIEF, 164

UNION SECURITY, 177
CARTER, ARCHIE 47

CASSIDY, JOHN A., 121

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE ON INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS, DUBUQUE, IA, 1939; SPEAKERS:

A.A. COUCH, RAY C. WENTZ, JOHN C. CONNOLLY, R.A. McGOVAN,
FATHER HOFFMAN, 1

Cedar Rapids Federation of Labor, 370 Sixteenth St., SE, Cedar Rapids, IA, 80

Central Labor Union, Kansas City, MO, 158

CENTRAL LABOR UNION, POLICY ON BOARD MEMBERS, 158

*Central Labor Unions of Iowa, 74

Central Trades and Labor Union, Carpenters Hall, 1411 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 175, 193

Chamber of Commerce, 1030 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City, MO, 156

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF KANSAS CITY, MEMORANDUM FORM OF
DR. GEORGE W. TAYLOR'S VISIT, 156

CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY, CLINTON, IA, 43

CHRISTIAN FRONT ORGANIZATION, 122

CHUDWICK, LEONARD C.

(President of Local Labor Union #672), 69

(Representative on board of Directors of Community Federation), 71

CITY EMPLOYEES, CLINTON, IA, 43

CITY ICE AND FUEL COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 104

CLIMAX ENGINEERING COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

CLARK (NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF WAR FINANCE COMMITTEE), 216

Clinco Employees Credit Union, Clinton Co., 85

Clinton Community Federation

Coliseum Building, Clinton, IA, 35

Langan Building, Clinton, IA, 279

CLINTON COMMUNITY FEDERATION

CHEST CAMPAIGN, 279

TRUSTEES, 35

TRUSTEE NOMINEES, 35

Clinton Company, Clinton, IA, 18, 43, 135,140, 202, 219, 220

*Clinton Company, 121

CLINTON COMPANY, 42, 43, 60, 123, 135

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, 9, 60, 61

STRIKE, CLINTON LOCAL #20878, 299, 302

WAGE NEGOTIATION DISAGREEMENT, LOCAL #20878, 204, 221-
225, 231, 242-246, 307, 308, 311

WAGE NEGOTIATION SETTLEMENT, LOCAL #20878, 247-249

Clinton County Farm Bureau, De Witt, IA, 278

Clinton Foods Inc., Clinton, IA, 283, 284,288, 293

CLINTON FOODS INC.

SUGGESTION ON JOB SECURITY, 293

SUGGESTION TO SAVE SUGAR, SUGAR SPINNERS, & SUGAR
SPINNER OPERATIONS, 283, 384

Clinton Herald, 29

CLINTON HERALD, REACTOR PAPER TO AN EDITORIAL, 258

Clinton Industries, Inc., 408 Pine St. St. Louis, MO, 263

CLINTON INDUSTRIES, INC., 263

*Clinton Labor Congress, 46, 73

Clinton Labor Congress, 100, 258

CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS, 71

PROPOSAL FOR CLINTON HOUSING SHORTAGE, 151

CLINTON LOCK COMPANY, 43

Clinton National Bank, 179

CLINTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY

CLINTON WATER WORKS 43

CLIZBE, R.E. (VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, CLINTON INDUSTRIES INC.), 263

Cobbs, Logan, Ross & Armstrong (Mississippi Valley Trust Building, 506 Olive St., St. Louis, MO), 19, 20

COLLIS COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

Column Inc., 200 West 57 St., New York, 251

COLUMN, 251

COMBAT ACCOUNT OF SEABEES, 178

COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS, 26

COMMUNITY FEDERATION, WAR CHEST DRIVE, 71

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS, 200

CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS, 26, 74, 90

Congress of Industrial Organizations, Regional Office, 601 Teachout Building, E. 5th & Locust Sts., Des Moines, IA, 270

Congress of the United States, House of Representatives, Washington, DC, 32, 39

Committee on Naval affairs, 22, 26

Conley, Leta 180

CONNELLY, JOHN C. (ATTORNEY IN DES MOINES, IA), 1

*Connolly, John C., 100

Connolly, O'Malley & McNutt, 411-416 Royal Building, Des Moines, IA, 101, 108, 109, 123

Connolly, William L. (Director of Division of Labor Standards under U.S.
Depaxtment of Labor), 307, 313

Copley, Elton (Chairman of Conference Planning Committee of Wheatland
Consolidated School, Wheatland, IA), 275, 285

Couch, Al A. (President of Iowa State Fed. of Labor) 31, 73, 74, 78, 84, 98,
99, 115, 118, 122, 124-127, 157, 171, 163, 192, 208, 211, 213, 266-269, 277, 300

*Couch, Al A., 82, 199

COUCH, AL A. 1, 39, 79, 100, 216

Cross, H.A. (Area Director for War Manpower Commission) 89.

CROSS, H.R. (Iowa Congressman) 289

CUNNINGHAM, 147, 148, 150, 155

*Cunningham, William Grant (Operating Superintendent of Younkers Brothers,
Des Moines) 142, 162, 164, 184

CURTIS, C.L. (PRESIDENT OF CURTIS COMPANIES INC.), 69

*Curtis, C.L., 143

Curtis Companies Inc., Clinton, IA, 69

CURTIS COMPANIES INC., CLINTON, IA, LABOR DISPUTE, LOCAL #672

Arbitration Panel & Recommendations 69

UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS & JOINERS OF AMERICA, LOCAL #672, 141-143, 147, 153-155, 185

W.L.B. HEARING BRIEF, 162, 184

DALEY, 6, 7

Daily, C.D. (Secretary to Committee on Federal Labor Unions), 16

DARLING, DON H., 101, 107

Davis, William H. (Chairman of National War Labor Board), 104

Day, George, 165

Dellit, Edwin J., 119

DEMUTH, LEWIS (DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OF
REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII), 104

Demuth, Lewis A., 102, 105, 106, 198

Donegan, Maurice F. (United States Attorney), 233

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 37, 171

Department of Labor (Division of Veterans Reemployment Rights, Labor
Department, Washington, DC), 235

Derflinger, L.J. 179

Des Moines Register, 252

Detweiler, 0.S. (General Manager of Sears, Roebuck, & Co., Chicago), 298

DO YOU KNOW LABOR?
BY JAMES MYERS, 116

DOWELL, ELMER, 181

DUBUQUE LEADER
(WEEKLY LABOR PAPER), 11

Dubuque Leader
, 1154 Iowa St., Dubuque, IA, 232

Dubuque Trades & Labor Congress, 33 8th Ave., Dubuque, IA, 75

DUBUQUE TRADES & LABOR CONGRESS, POLITICAL SUPPORT, 75

DUNLAP, GEORGE M. (FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, DEPARTMENT OF
LABOR, DIVISION OF VETERANS' REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS), 233, 235

*Dunlap, George M., 238, 239

EASTMAN, JOSEPH B., 61

Eastland, W.C. (Editor of the Clinton Herald), 29

ECLIPSE LUMBER COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

Edes, Samuel (Assistant Director of Disputes Division, 222 W. Adams St.,
Chicago, IL), 52

EDES, SAMUEL, 53

Editor of Clinton Herald, 258

*Editor of Des Moines Register, 252

EMPLOYEE'S WITHHOLDING EXEMPTION FORM, 105

ENNIS, HAROLD J., 101, 108

EVANS, WILBERT (DELEGATE TO TRI-CITY LABOR CONGRESS, CLINTON,
IA), 13, 46

Farmer, R.E., 205

FARM BUREAU, 267

FEDDERSEIV, J.C. (MRS.), 35

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 297 4th Ave., New York, 172

*Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service 244

Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service, 313 Federal Office Building, Des Moines, IA, 311

*Federal Trade Commission, 40

FEDERATIONIST, 7

Fenton, Frank P. (Director of Organization for American Federation of Labor), 90, 137, 144

*Flack, James C., 143

FRETT, AUGUST J., 69

GABRIEL LUMBER & FUEL CO., CLINTON, IA, 43

GADE, BEN, 12, 14

GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION, 263

GENERAL MILLS, INC.

HEALTH ASSOCIATION PROGRAM, 290, 291

RETIREMENT SYSTEM, 281

GENERAL STEEL AND TUBE CO., CLINTON, IA, 43

George, Walter L., 119

GILL, DAISY, 74

Gillette, Guy M. (United States Senator from Iowa), 21, *201

GLENDENNING, 6, 7

GLIFFORD, ROBERT R., 135

Gomoll, Earl F. 202, 219, 220, 283, 284, 288, 293

GOMPERS, SAMUEL (FIRST PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN FEDERATION OF
LABOR), 30

GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION, CLINTON, IA, 43

Gough, Leo A., 212

GRAIN PROCESSOR, 4-7, 15

GRAIN PROCESSORS UNION #18851, PEKIN, ILLINOIS, 211

Grain Processors Union #18851, Pekin, Illinois, 211

GRASHORN, ELROY (SECRETARY OF DUBUQUE TRADES & LABOR CONGRESS), 73

Gratton, Vivian F. (Recording Secretary of Regional War Board VII (of Labor), 121

GREEN, WILLIAM (PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR), 30, 61, 73, 90, 136, 163, 171

Green, William, 56, 186, 187

*Green, William, 168, 299

GREENWALT, JOHN, 69

Haack, Earl F. (Secretary-Tresurer of American Federation of Grain Millers, Local #6), 262

Haberman, George A. (President of Wisconsin State Federation of Labor), 218

Hadden, A.A., 201

HAGGERTY (PRESIDENT OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR), 122

*Handy, Walter L. (President of Clinton Federal Grain Processing Union), 117, 161

HAMSON, J.A., 2, 4, 5, 15

Hansen, Marvin (Delegate to Clinton Labor Congress), 46

Harkins, George, 173

Harper, Robert M. (District Director of Price Administration), 77

HASKELL, GEORGE D. (STATE WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION,
DIRECTOR FOR IOWA), 89

Haskell, George D., 203

Hausen, H.C., 87

HENNINGSEN, OTTO (STATE SENATOR), 266, 267

Henry, Ben (Congress of Industrial Organizations Regional Director), 270

Herring, Clyde L. (United States Senator from Iowa), 25

Hes, John D., 251

HIGGINS, 6, 7

HILL (PRESIDENT OF IOWA FARM BUREAU) 268

*Hinrichs, S.F. (Commissioner of Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor), 37

HOFFMAN, FATHER, 1

HOFFMAN, L.E., 69

HOSKINS, JOSEPH A., 72

Houghteling, James L. (Director of War Finance Division), 96

*Houghteling, James L., 97

*House, P.E. (Secretary of Labor Union, Granite City Local #18850), 6

HOUSE, P.E., 10

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, U.S., 30, 31

HUBBARD, A.E., 17, 69, 82,

HUBER, GEORGE S., 69

HUBINGER COMPANY, KEOKUK, IA, 48

HUIE, WILLIAM BREDFORD, 116

HUTCHISON, J.J., 16

Hyatt Sr., Gilbert E. (Chief, Labor Section, War Finance Division), 181, 217

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture Machine Operators of the United States and Canada, International Building, 630 Fifth Ave., New York, 170

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS, 30

INTERSTATE POWER COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

Iowa Co-op Publishing Co., Dubuque, IA, 36

*Iowa Internal Revenue, 94

IOWA POLL, GOVERNORSHIP, 252

IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR, 30, 73, 168

CONVENTION AT WATERLOO, IA, 1940, 16

DISTRICT CONVENTION, 269

FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR, 16

COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL LABOR UNIONS, 16

GENERAL FOODS PRODUCTS, 16

LITTLE WAGES AND HOURS ACT, 16

LITTLE WAGNER ACT, 16

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, 16

NATIONAL FAIR PRACTICES ACT, 16

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, 16

MARTINS MODERN MANUEL OF PARLIMENTARY LAW AND PROCEDURE, 16

PATRONIZE LIST, 16

POST PRODUCTS, 16

RESOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL UNIONS, 16

ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER, 16

IOWA CONGRESSMAN H.R. GROSS, COMMENTS ON LABOR RESOLUTIONS, 289

LABOR APPOINTMENT OF JIMMY MURPHY, 300

LABOR LEGISLATION, 74

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, 78

POLITICAL SUPPORT, 74, 75, 78, 79, 266, 267

POST-WAR UNEMPLOYMENT, 208

UNITY OF IOWA LOCALS, 294

Iowa State Federation of Labor

612 Paramount Building, Des Moines, IA, 31, 73, 74, 78, 84, 98, 99, 115, 118, 122, 196, 124-127, 157, 163, 171, 208, 211, 213

412 Paramount Building, Des Moines, IA, 267-269, 277, 289, 294

*Irey, John H. (Ass't District manager of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company), 182

ITEN, L.F., 35

ITEN, WILLIAM, 35

Jacobsen, William S. (U.S. House of Representatives from Iowa), 22, 26, 30, 32, 39

*Jacobsen, William S., 23

JACOBS EN, WILLIAM S., 31

*Jameson, 128

JELL-0 COMPANY, 263

Jessen, Frank E., 119

JOB FAMILY SERIES, 155

JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE, 183

JOHNSON, J.M. (DIRECTOR & CHAIRMAN OF WAR COMMITTEE ON CONVENTIONS), 187

JOINT APPRENTICESHIP COMMITTED, CLINTON COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 135

JONES, H.D., 74

Jones, Leroy (Corresponding Secretary of Clinton Local #20878, Clinton, IA), 1-9, 11-15

(President of Committee on Federal Labor Unions), 16

(Corresponding Secretary of Clinton Local #20878) 23, 37, 40, 41, 44-48, 51, 57, 59-67, 70-, 71, 76, 79, 83, 88, 91, 92, 94, 95, 100, 113, 116, 130, 136, 137, 145, 146, 148, 151, 154, 168, 169, 176, 180, 192, 199, 204, 209, 221-229, 237, 238, 243, 244, 246-249, 252, 254, 257-259, 295, 299, 301, 302, 305

*Jones, Leroy (Corresponding Secretary of Clinton Local #20878, Clinton, IA), 10, 17-19, 21, 22, 24-26, 28-30, 32-34, 36, 38, 39, 42, 49, 50, 53, 56, 58, 68, 69, 72, 75, 77, 80, 84, 85, 89, 93, 99, 101-106, 108, 109, 114, 123, 128, 131-134, 141, 142, 144, 147, 149, 150, 152, 155, 156, 158-160, 162, 164, 167, 174, 175, 181, 184, 185, 1932 194, 195, 197, 198, 2o5, 206, 208, 210-213, 215-220, 231-235, 239, 242, 245, 250, 251, 253, 260, 261, 265, 267-275, 277-279, 281 -- 288, 291-294, 304, 306-309, 311-313

JONES, LEROY (CORRESPONDING SECRETARY OF LOCAL #20878, CLINTON, IA), 10, 13, 35

(DELEGATE TO CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS), 46

(CORRESPONDING SECRETARY OF CLINTON LOCAL #20878), 107,121, 153, 214, 300

JUDD, WILLIAM (HEAD OF COMMISSION ON LABOR), 82

JUDD, WILLIAM (IOWA REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS) JUICE INDUSTRIES, INC., 125

Jungensen, Fred, 111

KANE, ANDREW, 74

Kelley, Mary E. (Chief Fiscal Section of Regional War Labor Board VII), 159

Kleeberger, F.R. (Secretary of Clinton Community Federation, Clinton, IA),35

KLINE, WALTER (DISTRICT OPA DIRECTOR), 118

KLOMP, CORNELIUS (DELEGATE TO CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS), 46

Knapp, Edward C., 261

KNOWLTON, WILLIAM P. (POLITICAL CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS), 84, 73

KING'S TIRE & SERVICE COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

Knapp, C. Edward (Regional Director, Eighteen of National Labor Relations Board), 312

LABOR COMMITTEE, 30

LABOR DISSENT, 154

LABOR LEGISLATION 21-23, 25, 26, 30, 31, 64, 122, 124-127, 196

G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS, 233, 238

LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS ACT, 1947, 261, 306, 308,309

MISSOURI VALLEY ASSOCIATION BILL, 196

MURRAY-COCHRAN BILL, 196

NATIONAL RELATIONS ACT, 304

SENATOR HENNINGSEN'S RECORD, 267

SERVICE EXTENSION ACT OF 1941, 235

SMITH-CONNALLY BILL, 73

SMITH-CONNALLY LAW, 204

TAFT-HARTLEY ACT, 242, 259

WAGE AND HOUR ACT, 108, 171

LABOR ORGANIZATION REGISTRATION FORM, 261

LABOR SPEAKER'S MANUAL, 68

LABOR UNION

RULES AND REGULATIONS, 304-307, 309, 312, 313

STATEMENT OF PROCEDURE FOR UNION FORMS, 304-307, 310, 312, 313

LABOR UNION, CLINTON LOCAL #20878

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE PLAN FOR GROUP INSURANCE, 161

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM, 192

BARGAINING DISPUTE, CLINTON CO. CLINTON LOCAL, 123

NIGHT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL, 121

RETROACTIVE PAY, 121

BATTLE CREEK CONVENTION, DELEGATES, HANSON, J.A.,
BLUMER, 15

CLINTON COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 9

COBBS, LOGAN, ROOS & ARMSTRONG CASE, 19, 20

COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL, 6, 7

DELEGATES TO CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS, 46

DELEGATES TO TRI-STATE LABOR CONGRESS, 13

EXECUTIVE ORDER, "FREEZE WAGES" ORDER, 136

INTERNATIONAL, PROPOSED CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS, 2, 3-7, 10

LABOR LEGISLATION

CIVIL SERVICE 124

IOWA UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION LAW, 127

MECHANICS LIEN LAW, 124

NATIONAL DEFENSE, 21

NAVY CONTRACTS, 22

PENSIONS OF WIDOWS OF DECEASED POLICE OR FIREMEN, 127

PICKET LINES, 1

PICKETING, 125

RETIREMENT SYSTEM FOR POLICE AND FIREMEN, 127

SMITH, BILL, 26, 31

TAX ON DES MOINES RAILWAY COMPANY, 127

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION LAW, 125

VINSION BILL, 31

WAGE FREEZE ORDER, 64

WAGE AND HOUR LAW, 23, 25, 30

WAGE ON PUBLIC WORKS, 126

LABOR PENALTIES, 88

LABOR STRIKE, 56, 58

MAINTENANCE WALKER'S POLICY, 259, 260

PARDON FOR CONVICT ARCHIE CARTER, 47

POLITICAL SUPPORT, 30, 32, 39, 82-84, 199

PRICE CONTROL AND RATIONING, 118

REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OF A VETERAN, 232-239

W.L.B. HEARING INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION REPORT, 40

STRIKE, CLINTON CO. & LOCAL #20878, 299, 302

SUPPORT FOR NEWSPAPER, 11

TRI-STATE CONFERENCE, GRANITE CITY, ILLINOIS, 2, 3, 6, 7, 10,
15

WAGE DISAGREEMENT SETTLEMENT, CLINTON CO., CLINTON
LOCAL #20878, 247-249

WAGE NEGOTIATION DISAGREEMENT, CLINTON CO., CLINTON
LOCAL #20878, 204, 207, 221-225, 231, 242-246, 308, 311

WAR LABOR BOARD HEARING

BARGAINING DISPUTE, CLINTON LOCAL #20878, 93, 95

SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL, 92

"WET MILLING", 2, 3

RESULTS, 4-6

W.L.B. HEARING

BARGAINING DISPUTE, 40-42, 44, 45,48, 51, 53, 61, 63, 64, 101, 113, 114

PANEL MEMBERS, 101, 107, 121

Labor Union, Clinton Local #20878, Clinton, IA

Federal Labor Union, 44-47, 51, 137

*Federal Labor Union, 86, 87

Labor Union, Clinton Local #20878, 204, 211-225, 254, 299

LABOR UNION, UNION OF UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA, LOCAL #672, LABOR DISPUTE, 70

ARBITRATION PANEL & RECOMMENDATIONS, 69

CASE WITH CURTIS COMPANIES INC.

UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF C. & J. BRIEF, 185

WAGE DISPUTE CASE WITH CURTIS COMPANIES INC.

WLB HEARING BRIEF, 162, 184

LABOR IS MONTHLY SURVEY, 90

LANGE, HARVEY (SECOND DISTRICT REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN OF
DUBUQUE, IA), 73

LEADER, 12

Leib, Karl E. (Acting Director of Bureau of Labor and Management), 274

Lejks, A., 254

Lesher, Maurial E., 279

LESLIE, JAMES (MRS.), 35

Level, Cloid I. (Ass't U.S. Attorney), 233

LEVEL, CLOID I., 239

Leveridge, J.A., 286, 287

LEWIS, MEYER L. (PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN
PROCESSORS), 3, 6

*Lewis, Meyer L., 8

LITERARY DIGEST
, 252

"LITTLE STEEL" FORMULA FOR WARTIME WAGE ADJUSTMENTS BY DR.
GEORGE W. TAYLOR, 156

Logan, George B., 19, 20

*Logan, George B., 44

LOGAN, GEORGE B., 45, 121

*Long, Harvey, 266

LONG, HARVEY, 82, 84, 267

LOOK, 252

MACHAEL OIL COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, McALLISTER, ANNA, 74

McBride, H.R. (State Director for Federal Housing Administration), 151

McCarthy, Jack, 183

McCLAIN, R.H., 255

Mc Clain, R.H., 256

McCLure, Hadden & Orthman, Inc., 111 West Washington, Chicago, IL, 201
McConnell, James E. (President, Labor Union, Granite City, Illinois, Local
#18850), 10

MacCullough, ARMSTRONG (all capital letters), 82, 84

McCullough, W.A., 250

McCutcheon, Klare J., 143

McDermott, John, 2, 4

McDERMOTT, JOHN, 6, 7

McGOVERN R.A., 1

McMullen V.L. (Personnel Director of Clinton Company, Clinton, IA), 18, 43

McNUTT, C.I. (CHAIRMAN OF WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION), 90, 203

McNutt, C.I., 101, 108, 109, 123, 260

*McNutt, C.I., 259

MANNHEIMER, EUGENE M., 152

*Mannheimer, Eugene M., 142, 148, 162, 164, 176, 184

Mannheimer, Eugene M., 147, 150, 155, 174

Manning, Ruby (Secretary of Clinco Employees Credit Union, Clinton, IA), 85

Marcellus, E.W. (Labor Relations Consultant), 147, 149

MARCELLUS, E.W. 147, 184

MARTIN, MICHAEL R. (DELEGATE TO TRI-CITIES LABOR CONGRESS,
CLINTON, IA), 13

MEANY, GEORGE (SECRETARY-TREAS OF AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR), 144, 289

Meany, George, 178, 186

*Members of Regional and Area War Manpower Committees, 90

METCALF, C.W. (PRESIDENT OF CLINTON INDUSTRIES INC.), 263

MEYNE, BOB (FOOFBALL COACH AT EARLHAM COLLEGE, RICHMOND,
INDIANA), 280

Middleton, Kenneth P. (Regional Information Director of National War Labor Board), 72

Middleton, Kenneth P., 190

Miles Consolidated School, Miles, IA, 285

*Miller, Oran (Secretary of Corn Processor Local, Pekin, Illinois), 7

MILLER, WENDELL, 166

Mills, Ray (President of Iowa State Federation of Labor), 294

MINERS AND FARMERS UNION, 74

MING, SAMUEL P. (PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN
PROCESSORS), 56, 265, 292

Ming, Samuel P., 49, 55, 120, 231, 291

*Ming, Samuel P., 61,132, 223, 227,255, 256, 257, 299

MOORE, CLARENCE, 16

MORITZEN, GILBERT (DELEGATE TO TRI-CITY LABOR CONGRESS,
CLINTON, IA), 13 MORSING CASE, 69

MUELLER, RICHARD A., 135

*Munger, Earle A., 209

Munger, Earle A., 210

Municipal Court, Clinton, IA, 250

MURPHY, JIMMY, 300

MYERS, JAMES (INDUSTRIAL SECRETARY OF FEDERAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES OF CHRIST IN AMERICA), 116

Myers, James (Industrial secretary for Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America), 172, 236

NACHTMAN, PAUL F. (DIRECTOR OF DISPUTE DIVISION OF WAR LABOR BOARD, KANSAS CITY, MO), 121, 236

*Nachtman, Paul 64

NADELHOFFER, PAUL (REPRESENTATIVE ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF COMMUNITY FEDERATION), 35, 71

Nagarsne, William (Secretary-Treasurer of Wisconsin State Federation of Labor), 218

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS, 22

NATIONAL CANDY COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO, 9, 6

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, 67

NATIONAL DEFENSE, 21, 25, 58

NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, 30, 22

NAVAL CONTRACTS, 22

NATIONAL CANDY CO., 263

*National Labor Relations, 204, 222, 229, 243, 305

National Labor Relations Board, Eighteenth Region, 801 Wesley Temple Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 304 305, 308, 309, 312

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

APPLICATION FORMS FOR OFFICERS, 261

OFFICERS, 261

NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 58

CONCILIATION SERVICE

CONCILIATION PROCEDURES, 188, 189

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, 188, 189

NATIONAL WAGE POLICY, 188, 189

PACKARD CASE, 144

RECONVERSION PERIOD, 190

STATEMENT OF POLICY IN HANDLING DISPUTE CASES, 191

National War Labor Board, 104

*National War Labor Board, 299

National Youth Administration, 2145 G. Street NW, Washington, DC, 33, 34

NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION, 33, 34

CLINTON ADVISORY COMMITTEE 33

NELSON, DONALD, 23

News Story Worldwide, Inc., 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 200

NEWSPAPER

DUBUQUE LEADER, 216, 217
OSKALOOSA DAILY HERALD, 215

Niblo, Ray C. (Manager Group and Pensions Department of Aetna Life Insurance Company), 161

*Nixon, Jean (Secretary of United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America), 70, 71

*Noe, C.R., 248

Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 42

Odom, Edward E., 234

OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION, 120

WAR COMMITTEE ON CONVENTIONS, 187

Office of Price Administration, Quad-Cities District Office, Fifth Ave. Buildings, Moline, IL, 77

Office of the Vice President, Washington, DC, 97

0'NEILL, HUGHS (A.F.L. BOARD MEMBER), 158

O'Neill, Hugh S., 133, 158, 175

OPERATION IMPROVEMENTS, SUGARHOPPER VIBRATORS, 18

SUGAR SACK STORAGE, 18

O'REILLY, HARRY, 289

Ornburn, I.M. (Secretary-Treasurer of Union Label Trades Department, Washington, DC), 183

OYAAS, EINAR, 35

PACKARD CASE, 144

PADWAY, JOSEPH (GENERAL COUNSEL FOR AMERICAN FEDERATION
OF LABOR), 122

PAMPHLET: "A VETERAN'S RIGHT TO HIS OLD JOB", 236

Pape, Harry (Mayor of Clinton, IA-1943), 57, 59

*Paulger, Stanley 38

Pemble, Richard H. (Ass't Director of Pay Roll Savings Division, Treasury Department), 216

PERRIN, FRANK (SECRETARY OF WAR COMMITTEE ON COMVENTIONS), 157

PERSONNEL ACTION FORM, 105

*Peschel, Bernard, 88

PETERS, JOHN (FIELD SUPERVISOR FOR WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION), 90

PETERSON, L.L., 35

*Pettit, Lola (Treasurer of Clinton Labor Congress), 179

Petue, Carl J. (Secretary of Grain Processors Union #18851, Peking, Illinois), 241

PILLSBURY FEED MILLS, CLINTON, IA, 43

Policy Committee, Inc., Connolly, O'Malley & McNutt, Royal Union Building, Des Moines, IA), 260

POLLOCK, 6, 7

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, RETURN RECEIPTS, 230

POST WAR PROGRAM, U.S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 203

POST WAR YOUTH PROBLEMS, 33, 34

POSTER NOTICE, 303

POSTUM COMPANY, 263

*President of Local Union #20878, 110

PRESS RELEASE: "MINIMUM WAGE BRACKETS", 72

PRICE, V.L. (PRESIDENT OF CLINTON COMPANY), 107, 121

Pulich, Helen Burns (Executive Ass't to AFL Members of Regional War Labor Board VII), 130-132, 134

*Pulich, Helen Burns, 145, 153

PULICH, HELEN BURNS, 158

Quad-City AF of L Organization Committee, 708 Union Bank Building, Davenport, IA, 53

*Rader, A.W., 14, 15

RARER, A.W., 3, 6, 7, 51

RAILROAD BROTHERHOOD, 74

COMMITTEE MEN FOR POLITICAL ACTION, 74

RAILROADS, NATIONAL DEFENSE MEASURES DURING WW II, 186

RAILWAY LABOR EXECUTIVES ASSOCIATION, 30

RAILWAY LABOR UNION, 90

REACTER PAPER TO EDITORIAL IN CLINTON HERALD, 258

REED, GLENN R., 121

REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 72

Regional War Labor Board VII, 1100 Fidelity Building, Kansas City, MO, 72, 102, 105-107, 114, 117, 121, 131, 159

REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII

LIST OF MEMBERS, ALTERNATES, AND SUBSTITUTES SERVING ON THIS BOARD, 175

NOMINATING COMMITTEE FOR THIS BOARD, 175

Reistroffer, Arnold, 110

*Rettenmeier, John (Secretary of Bakery and Confectionery Workers, Dubuque, Iowa), 31

REYNOLDS, QUENTIN (WAR CORRESPONDENT), 178

RICKENHACKER, CAPTAIN E.V., 301

Rider, P.E. (Secretary of Joint Apprenticeship Committee, Clinton Company), 135

RINDERKNECHT, 6, 7

ROBINSON, ARCHIE W. (DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR
NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD), 156

ROLLINGS, JOHN I. (A.F.L. BOARD MEMBER), 121, 158

Rollings, John I., 193

(Executive Secretary for Central Trades and Labor Union), 175

ROSE, JASPER, 101, 107

ROSELEIP, DONALD (EDITOR OF DUBUQUE LEADER), 11

Rosenwald, Muriel (Circulation Department, News Story), 200

Rousey, Merle A. (Director of Athletics at Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana), 280

RUESING, E.A. (DIRECTOR OF DISPUTES DIVISION), 72, 95

Ruesing, E.A. (Director of Disputes Division), 107, 141-143, 162

*Ruesing, E.A. (Director of Disputes Division, 113

Ryan, Charles M. (Regional Director Eighteen of the National Labor Relations
Board), 304, 306, 308, 309

Rybka, Peter J., 255

Ryder, Perle, 192

Salyers, Robert K., 235

SALYERS, ROBERT K. 234, 239

Schedler, Carl, 58

Schmidt, Joseph (2nd Vice President of Bakery and Confectionery Workers), 81

Schneider, H.A. (Secretary-Tresurer of American Federation of Grain Millers), 265, 271-273, 281, 282, 290-292

SCHNITZLER, 289

*Schreier, John, 52

Schreier, John, 53

Schroeder, E.P. (Secretary for United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of
America, Local #937, Dubuque, IA), 152, 153

SCHULTZ, CARL J., 16

SCHWELLENBACH, LEWIS B. (U.S. SECRETARY OF LABOR), 171, 223, 224

Schwellenbach, Lewis B. (U.S. Secretary of Labor), 188

*Schwellenbach, Lewis B. (U.S. Secretary of Labor, 189, 221, 228

SEABEES, 178

Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, 298

SEARS, ROBUCK AND CO., 298

SECURITIES EXCHANGE COMMISSION, WASHINGTON, DC, 9, 61

*Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, DC, 6

Sexton, Morgan, (Manager of Radio Station KROS, Clinton), 62, 65

SHAFFER, KENNETH (PRESIDENT OF CENTRAL LABOR UNION, OSKALOOSA, IA), 213, 214

Shaffer, Kenneth, 2, 5

*Shaffer, Roy B. (Concilator for U.S. Depart. of Labor), 225, 249

Shaffer, Roy B. (Commissioner of Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service), 311

SMITH (MEMBER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM VA), 23

SMITH, BILL, 26, 31

SMITH, LEWIS, 12, 14

SMITH-CONNALLY BILL 73

*Snell, William, 66

SNOW CROP MARKETERS, INC., 263

*Southerland (Miss), 116

SPEECH: "ANTI-LABOR LEGISLATION INTRODUCED IN THE STATES" BY JOSEPH PADWAY, 122

STAMM, C.H., 74

*Stanley, Joseph (Chairman of Clinton, IA, Bargaining Committee), 54, 55

STANLEY, JOSEPH (CHAIRMAN OF BARGAINING COMMITTEE), 41

(PRESIDENT OF CLINTON LOCAL #29878), 107, 121

*Stastny, Len B., 146

State University of Iowa, College of Commerce, Iowa City, IA, 274

STEELMAN, JOHN R. (DIRECTOR OF U.S. CONCILIATION SERVICE), 92

Steelnan, John R., 93

STERN, P.L. (TECHNICAL MANAGER OF CLINTION CO.), 121

Stevenson, Jordan & Harrison, Inc., 205 W. Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 149

STRAUSSER, G.K., 16

STUDEMEN, GRACE, 74

SULLIVAN, RALPH, 12, 14

SURVEY: COST OF LIVING IN CLINTON, IA, 37

SURVEY: HOURLY WAGE RATES OF 23 EMPLOYERS IN CLINTON, IA, 43

COLLIS COMPANY 43

CENTRAL STEEL AND TUBE CO., 43

SWIFT AND COMPANY, 43

CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY, 43

CLINTON LOCK COMPANY, 43

PILLSBURY FEED MILLS, 43

INTERSTATE POWER COMPANY, 43

W. ATLEE BURPEE SEED CO., 43

CLINTON STREET RAILWAY CO., 43

CITY EMPLOYEES, 43

BLOCK COAL COMPANY, 43

ECLIPSE LUMBER COMPANY, 43

CITY ICE AND FUEL COMPANY, 43

C.W. HARDING CONTRACTOR, 43

THOMAS OAKES COMPANY, 43

CARSTENSEN FREIGHT LINES, INC., 43

GABRIEL LUMBER & FUEL CO., 43

KING' S TIRE & SERVICE CO., 43

MACHINE OIL COMPANY, 43

GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION, 43

CLINTON WATER WORKS, 43

CLIMAX ENGINEERING COMPANY, 43

SWIFT AND COMPANY, 43

*Talle, George O. (Congressional Representative from Iowa), 301

TALLE, HENRY O., 73, 79, 82, 84

TAUSSIG, CHARLES W. (CHRAIMAN OF NATIONAL ADVISORY
COMMITTEE FOR NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION), 33

Taussig, Charles W., 34

TAYLOR, GEORGE W. (CHAIRMAN OF NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD), 156

Taylor, George W., 189

*Taylor, George W., 188

TEAMSTERS UNION, 128

LOCAL #89, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY - RAID AGAINST AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN MILLERS LOCAL #32, 265

TELEGRAPH-HERALD, 36

Theis, F.A. (President of Kansas City Chamber of Commerce), 156

THOMAS OAKES COMPANY, CLINTON, IA

TODD, ARTHUR J. (PROFESSOR OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS), 19, 44, 61

*Todd, Arthur J., 20, 41, 43, 45, 48

Todd, Arthur J., 42

TOONEY, PAUL G., 121

TOWLE, C.C., 69

Treasury Department, 608 Washington Building, Washington, DC, 181

War Finance Committee, 216, 217

*Tri-Cities Labor Congress, 13

TROEGER, E.I., 35

UDY, WILBUR (DELEGATE TO CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS), 46

Union Label Trades Department, A.F. of L. Building, Washington, DC, 183

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Dubuque Local #937, 152, 185

UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA,
DUBUQUE LOCAL #937 VS. THE CARR, ADAMS, & COLLIER CO., DUBUQUE, IA - LABOR DISPUTE CASE, 153, 164, 166, 174, 176

UNION BRIEF AND EXHIBITS, 164

UNION SECURITY, 177

CURTIS COMPANIES INC., CLINTON, IA - WAGE DISPUTE CASE, 141-143, 147, 154, 155

UNITED COMMUNITY CHEST ORGANIZATION, 71

United States Department of Justice, 233

*United States Department of Labor, 91

Bureau of Labor Standards, Washington, DC, 307 313

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

BUREAU OF LABOR STANDARDS, 306

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, 223, 224

United States Department of Labor Conciliation Service, Washington, DC, 93

UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 171

POST-WAR PROGRAM, 203

UNITED STATES NAVY DEPARTMENT, INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVE DIVISION, 178

United States Senate

Committee on Finance, Washington, DC, 25

Committee on Foreign Relations, 21

VARNEY, CHARLES (DELEGATE TO TRI-CITIES LABOR CONGRESS), 13

VALENTINE, C., 24*Valentine, C., 128

Veteran Administration, Washington, DC, 234

Vialou, Lloyd L., 198

VINSON BILL, 31

W. ATLEE BURPEE SEED COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 43

WAGE AND HOUR LAW 23, 25, 30, 108

WAGE BRACKET DETERMINATIONS FOR CLINTON MARKET AREA, 72

WAGE FREEZE ORDER, 64

WAGE SCALE FOR CORN TOWERS, 146

WAGGONER, R.C. (MANAGER OF OPERATIONS OF CLINTON CO.), 107,
121

*Wagner, Robert (Senator of the U.S.), 9

Wagner (Vice-president of Clinton Co.), 201, 224, 226, 242, 246

*Wallace, Henry A. (Vice-President of U.S.), 96, 98, 169

Wallace, Henry A. (Vice-President of U.S.), 97

WALLACE, HENRY A. (Vice-President of U.S.), 99, 100

WALLACE, M.O., 239

Walsh, James G. (Ass't Director of Disputes Division), 114

Walsh, Richard F. (Pres. of International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Picture Machine Operators of the U.S. & Canada), 170

WALTON, F.T., 74

WAR COMMITTEE ON CONVENTION OF OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION, 157

*War Labor Board, Kansas City, MO, 63

WAR LOAN DRIVE, 181

War Manpower Commission, 215 Ankeny Building, Clinton, IA, 89

War Manpower Commission, Washington, DC, 203

WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION

AREA DIRECTOR'S FUNCTIONS FOR LABOR MANAGEMENT, 89

NATIONAL MANAGEMENT LABOR POLICY COMMITTEE, 90

WAR MOBILIZATION, 187

WAR PRICE AND RATIONING BOARD #23, CLINTON, IA, 77

War Production Board, Washington, DC, 68

WARIN, (STATE DIRECTOR OF WAR FINANCE COMMITTEE), 216

*Weiny, George Dunn (Vice-president of American Federation of Grain Processors), 3, 5, 92, 95

Weiny, George Dunn, 50, 54, 245, 264

WEINY, GEORGE DUNN, 6, 7, 48, 107, 207, 295

WENTZ, RAY C., 1

WESTGATE, LOUIS, 10

Wheatland Consolidated School, Wheatland, IA, 275

*White, Roland (Editor of Dubuque Leader), 12

White, Roland, 17, 36, 195, 232

WHITE, ROLAND, 217

Whitehouse, Oscar, 184

Whitley, R.S. (Vice-president of Curtis Co.), 69

WHITLEY, R.S., 69

WICHITA CONVENTION, 10, 15

WICKERSHAM (MEMBER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM OKLAHOMA), 23

Williams, Aubrey (Administrator of National Youth Administration), 33

*Wilson, George (Governor of Des Moines, IA), 47, 301

Winter, Herman (1st Vice-pres. of Bakery & Confectionery Workers), 81

WIRTZ, WILLARD W. (REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, CHAIRMAN), 156

Wisconsin State Federation of Labor, 218

WITHERSPOON, ADAH, 74

WOODWARD, ADMIRAL C.H. (CHIEF OF U.S. NAVY INCENTIVE DIVISION), 178

*Wright, Elain (Senior Officer on National War Labor Board), 51

Younker, W.A. (Secretary-Treasurer of the American Federation of Labor,
Minneapolis, Minn), 24, 27, 28, 138, 139, 194, 206

ZAGAR, JOHN, 24

ZARITSKY, Max (Chairman. of American Jewish Trade Union Committee for Palestine), 103

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INDEX LEROY JONES PAPERS

Part II

Name, Item Number

A.E. STALEY MANUFACTURING, DECATUR, ILLINOIS, ANNUAL REPORT 1947, 765

A.Y. McDONALD MANUFACTURING CO., DUBUQUE, IA, 542

ADAMS COMPANY, DUBUQUE, IA, 541, 603

ADVERTISEMENT:

"LIBERALS OF IOWA", 844

POSTER, LABOR UNION, 854

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CT.

GROUP HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE, 770

GROUP SICKNESS AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE, 770

LIFE INSURANCE, 769

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN MILLERS

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 424

1948, 438

1950, 442

1954, 444

DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES, 808

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS, 808

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1952, 751

MINUTES OF MEETING

NOVEMBER 15, 1949, 491

JANUARY 14, 1950, 492

MARCH 17, 1950, 493

OCTOBER 27, 1950, 494

NOVEMBER 6, 1952, 495

SECOND CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 1950, PROGRAM, 867

WAGE BRACKET DETERMINATION, 683

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN MILLERS, LOCAL #6, Clinton, IA

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 1949, 440

FINANCIAL STATEMENT
1948, 742

1949, 747

1950, 748

STRIKE BALLOT, 840

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 427
1940, 429

1944, 435

1946, 437

FIFTH NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1944, PROGRAM, 864

FOURTH ANNUAL CONVENTION, 1942, PROGRAM, 863

RESOLUTIONS

1940, 447

1942, 448

1944, 451

1946, 452

1947, 453

SEVENTH NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1947, PROGRAM, 866

SIXTH NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946, PROGRAM, 865

THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION, 1940, PROGRAM, 862

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS COUNCIL

FINANCIAL REPORT 1941-1942, 742

1942, 743

1944-45, 744

1947, 745

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, LOCAL #20878, CLINTON, IA

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 1945, 434, 436

RESOLUTIONS, 1943, 449, 450

RESOLUTIONS, 1942, 446

TRI-STATE LOCALS, RESOLUTIONS, 1940, 445

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR


ADVERTISEMENT POSTER, 854

CONFERENCE, 1954, PROCEEDINGS, 920

CONVENTION BANQUET PROGRAM, 805

DISPUTES PLAN, 920

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION, 796, 797

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR, LOCAL #18619, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 430

AMERICAN MUTUAL LIABILITY INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

ACCIDENT POLICY COMPARISON WITH ANOTHER COMPANY, 783

DEPENDENTS HOSPITAL INDEMNITY RIDER, 780

DEPENDENTS SURGICAL INDEMNITY RIDER, 782

GROUP LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY, 778

GROUP DISABILITY INSURANCE POLITY, 779

SURGICAL INDEMNITY RIDER, 781

ARMOUR AND COMPANY, ST. JOSEPH, MO, 516

ARTICLE

ABUNDANT FOODS, 713

"BEGIN THE DAY RIGHT", 714

"DID YOU KNOW ABOUT FOODS", 712

"THAT EXTRA DOLLAR", 711

"TRADE TESTING FOR MACHINIST, SENIOR MECHANIC", 710

BAKERY & CONFECTIONARY WORKERS, CHICAGO, IL, BIRTHDAY GREETINGS, 856

BAKING INDUSTRY OF WICHITA, KS, 525

BEIERS IOWA BAKERS, CLINTON, IA, 599

*Board Members, 691

BOOKLET

Clinco news, 1954, 761

GENERAL MILLS TODAY
, 20th ANNUAL REPORT, 762

IOWA LABOR DEFENSE
, 857

RULES AND REGULATIONS AND STATEMENTS OF PROCEDURE 860 WAGE STABILIZATION, GENERAL ORDERS AND INTERPRETATIONS
, 859

BRANDER'S INVESTMENT CO., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 526

BROWN-CAMP HARDWARE COMPANY, DES MOINES, IA, 522

CARR, ADAMS & COLLIER CO., DUBUQUE, IA, 563-592

LABOR AGREEMENT, 803

*Chairman, Regional War Labor Board, All Regions, 693

CLIMAX ENGINEERING COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 598, 600

CLINTON COMMUNITY FEDERATION, MINUTES OF MEETING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945, 473

CLIMAX ENGINEERING COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, LABOR DISPUTE HEARING SET, 790

CLINTON COMPANY, CLINTON, IA

*SEE ALSO: CLINTON INDUSTRIES, INC. CLINTON, IA, 498-507, 532-537, 560-562

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF WAGE OR SALARY RATE ADJUSTMENT OR SCHEDULE, 821

CLINTON FOODS INC.

EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE, 771

FACTORY PAY ROLL CHECK STUB, 823-838

WORKING AGREEMENT BETWEEN COMPANY AND LABOR UNION, 741

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1950, 750

CLINTON INDUSTRIES, INC.

APPRENTICE TRAINING PROGRAM, 721

FOR MECHANICS, 722

EMPLOYMENT STABILIZATION PLAN, 731

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1949, 749

HOURLY WAGE RATE SCHEDULE, 727

FOR EMPLOYEES IN PROCESS POWER & MECHANICAL DEPARTMENTS 1944, 725, 726

JOB CLASSIFICATIONS, BLACKSMITH SHOP, 739

CARPENTER SHOPS, 737

CONSTRUCTION SHOPS, 735

ELECTRIC SHOPS, 736

MACHINE SHOPS, 734

PAINT SHOP, 733

PIPE SHOP, 738

SHEET METAL SHOPS, 740


MERIT RATING FORM, 842

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

LABOR DISPUTE, 791, 795

LABOR DISPUTE HEARING, 790

SENIORITY ROLL, 723, 724

WAGE RATES, 732

WORKING AGREEMENT BETWEEN COMPANY AND LABOR UNION

1941, 728, 729

1949, 730

CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS, CLINTON, IA

CLINTON LABOR REVIEW, 873-875

CONTRIBUTION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, 841

LABOR DAY SOUVENIR

1940, 869

1941, 870

1942, 871

BANQUET PROGRAM, 804

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN MILLERS, 424
1948, 438

1950, 442

1954, 444

1949, 440
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, 427

1940, 429

1944, 435

1946, 437

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR, LOCAL #18619, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, 430

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, LOCAL #20878, CLINTON, IA, 1945, 434, 436

CORN GOVERNING COUNCIL, CLINTON, IA, 426

ILLINOIS STATE COUNCIL OF GRAIN MILLERS, 428

IOWA STATE COUNCIL OF GRAIN MILLERS, 425

IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR 1944, 433
1949, 439

1950, 441

1952, 443
UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA, LOCAL #772, CLINTON, IA 1940, 1943, 431, 432

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, GROUP INSURANCE, 772

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, PENSION TRUSTS AND PROFIT SHARING TRUSTS, 768

CORN GOVERNING COUNCIL, CLINTON, IA, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 426

CORN PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING CORPORATIONS, INDUSTRIAL
CORPORATION REPORTS, 764

CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO., PEKIN, ILLINOIS, LABOR CONTRACT, 802

CROWN MILLS, OREGON, 496

CURTIS COMPANIES, INC., CLINTON, IA, 543-559, 605, 606

CURTIS COMPANIES, INC., LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, 601

CURTIS COMPANIES, INC., SIOUX CITY, IA, 593-597

Day, Jack G. Chairman of Regional War Labor Board VII, 691, 692

DES MOINES PAPER COMPANIES, DES MOINES, IA, 521

*Desmond, Fred, Deputy Executive Director of Regional War Labor Board VII, 692

DONALD COMPANY, GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, 513

DUPONT COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, PROMOTIONS TO DUPONT OFFICIALS, 785

EMPLOYING PRINTERS OF GREATER KANSAS CITY, KANSAS CITY, MO, 517

FARM JOURNAL, SUBSCRIPTION FORM, 852

FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO., SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 497

FLOUR MILL COMPANIES, KANSAS CITY, MO, 538

FORM

MERIT RATING, 842

SUPERVISARY MERIT RATING, 843

FRED MEDALT MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 520

GALENA, GLOVE AND MITTON COMPANY, DUBUQUE, IA, 539

GENERAL MILLS CO., HARTFORD, CT, GROUP INSURANCE, 773

RETIREMENT INSURANCE, 774

GENERAL MILLS, INC., MINNESOTA, 607

GREATER KANSAS CITY STONE QUARRIES, KANSAS CITY, MO, 524

GREEN FOUNDRY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 519

GROCERY AND MEAT PRICES 1941-42, 845

Haynie, H.R., 769

HESKETT MACHINE & ENGINE CO., ALTON, ILLINOIS, 508

ILLINOIS STATE COUNCIL OF GRAIN MILLERS, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 428

INDIANAPOLIS BLEACHING CO., INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 529

IOWA GROCERY STORES, IA, 527

IOWA PRODUCE COMPANIES, 528

IOWA STATE COUNCIL OF GRAIN MILLERS, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, 425

IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR, CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS:

1944, 433

1949, 439

1950, 441

1952, 443

INS URANCE

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, CT, 769, 770

AMERICAN MUTUAL LIABILITY, INSURANCE CO., BOSTON,
MASSACHUSETTS, 778-783

CLINTON FOODS INC., EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE CLINTON, IA, 771

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, 772

GENERAL MILLS CO., HARTFORD, CT, 773, 774

IOWA MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., DEWITT, IA, 766

MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 775, 777

PROVIDENT LIFE AND TRUST CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA, 767

IOWA LABOR DEFENSE - BOOKLET, 857

IOWA MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., DEWITT, IA, ADVERTISEMENT, 766

IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR

----. MINUTES OF MEETING, 479

APRIL 29, 1947, 480

AUGUST 14, 1948, 481

MAY 7, 1949, 471

MAY 9, 1949

JANUARY 27, 1950, 482

MARCH 4, 1950, 487

MARCH 3, 1951, 488

. MARCH 7, 1953, 489

FORTY-SECOND CONVENTION, 1939

OFFICERS' REPORTS, 876

PROCEEDINGS, 876

FORTY-THIRD CONVENTION, 1937, PROCEEDINGS, 877

FORTY-FOURTH CONVENTION, 1938, PROCEEDINGS, 878

FORTY-FIFTH CONVENTION, 1939, PROCEEDINGS, 879

PROGRAM, 880

FORTY-SIXTH CONVENTION, 1940, PROCEEDINGS, 884

PROGRAM, 881

FORTY-SEVENTH CONVENTION, 1941, COMMITTEES, 887

PROCEEDINGS, 885

PROGRAM, 888

OFFICERS' REPORT, 886

RESOLUTIONS, 887

FORTY-EIGHTH CONVENTION, 1943, PROCEEDINGS, 889

FORTY-NINTH CONVENTION, PROCEEDINGS, 890

FIFTIETH CONVENTION, 1945, COMMITTEE, 894

PROCEEDINGS, 891

PROGRAM, 893

OFFICERS' REPORT, 892

FIFTY-FIRST CONVENTION, 1946, PROCEEDINGS, 895

OFFICERS' REPORT, 896

FIFTY-SECOND CONVENTION, 1947, COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS, 705

PROCEEDINGS, 897

PROGRAM, 900

OFFICERS' REPORT, 899

FIFTY-THIRD CONVENTION, 1948, PROCEEDINGS, 901

OFFICERS' REPORT, 902

FIFTY-FOURTH CONVENTION, 1949, PROCEEDINGS, 903

PROGRAM, 904

OFFICERS' REPORT, 905

FIFTY-FIFTH CONVENTION, 1950, PROCEEDINGS, 906

PROGRAM, 908

OFFICERS' REPORT, 909

FIFTY-SIXTH CONVENTION, 1951, PROCEEDINGS, 912

PROGRAM, 911

OFFICERS' REPORT, 913

FIFTY-SEVENTH CONVENTION, 1952, PROCEEDINGS, 914

FIFTY-EIGHTH CONVENTION, 1953, NEWSLETTER, 917

PROCEEDINGS, 915

PROGRAM, 918

OFFICERS' REPORT, 919

TRADE UNION DISTRICTS, 916

OFFICIAL YEAR BOOK,

1940, 882

1941, 883

1947, 898

1950, 907

1951, 910

JOINT LABOR COMMITTEE FOR POLITICAL ACTION, SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, MINUTES OF MEETING, JANUARY 16, 1944, 472

*Jones, Leroy, 694

JONES, LEROY

APPOINTMENT OF OFFICE OF NOTARY PUBLIC, 848, 849

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, 788, 794

WAR PRODUCTION JOB INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION, 853

KANSAS CITY MILLING COMPANIES, KANSAS CITY, MO, 602

*Kheel, Theodore W., Executive Director of Regional War Labor Board VII, 689, 690

LABOR AND HIGH COST OF LIVING, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, 799

LABOR DAY UNION POSTER, 854

LABOR DEFENSE, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, 798

LABOR DIRECTORY AND BUYERS GUIDE FOR CLINTON, IA,

1952, 873

1953, 874

1954, 875

LABOR LEGISLATION

LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS ACT, 1947, 858

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, 858

WORKMENS COMPENSATION LAW, 846

LABOR SUPPORTS POLITICAL CONDIDATES, NESWPAPER ARTICLE, 800

LABOR UNION, CLINTON LOCAL #20878

BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS, 839

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1948, 746

MINUTES OF MEETING, NOVEMBER 11, 1945, 474

SUPERVISORY MERIT RATING FORM, 843

UNION NEWS NOTES 405, 408-413, 416, 418-422

REASONS CLINTON COMPANY PLANT SHUT DOWN, 423

REVIEW OF UNION'S EVENTS, 1939, 404

STRENGTH OF UNION, 402

SUCCESS, 401

TEAMWORK, 403

TRI-STATE COUNCIL OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, 147

WAGE DISPUTE, 406, 407, 414, 415

LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY, MASON CITY, IA, 518

LIBERALS OF IOWA, 844

LOWELL BLEACHERY, ST. LOUIS, MO, 510

MAGAZINE, FARM JOURNAL, SUBSCRIPTION FORM, 852

MAGAZINE ARTICLE, "PENICK & FORD", 716

MASONS ORDER, CLINTON, IA, BANQUET PROGRAM, 806, 807

McOVAY-NORRIS MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 523

MEANY, GEORGE, 720

MEMORANDUM NOTES, 809

MILLMAN LUMBER COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO, 512

MORRISON BROTHERS COMPANY, DUBUQUE, IA, 540, 604

MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION

OMAHA, NEBRASKA, HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE RATES, 776

INSURANCE POLICY, 775

SURGICAL OPERATION BENEFITS RIDER, 777

Nachtman, Paul F., Chairman of Regional War Labor Board VII, 689

NAME LIST, 810-820

NATIONAL CANDY COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO

FINANCIAL STATEMENT

1940, 754, 763

1
942, 752

1943, 753

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

ELECTION NOTICE, 855

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF PROCEDURE, 860

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF AVERAGE SALARY RATE ADJUSTMENT OR SCHEDULE, 821

EXECUTIVE ORDER, NATIONAL ECONOMY DURING TRANSITION FROM WAR TO PEACE, 697

FACT SHEET, RECONVERSION PERIOD, 698

LABOR DISPUTE CASE

AMERICAN SALT CORP., LYONS, KS, 700

ST. LOUIS, MO, 699

MINUTES OF MEETING, AUGUST 1, 1945, 470

PAMPHLET, APPLICATION OF "LITTLE STEEL" FORMULA, 695

REVISION OF RULES OF ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURE FOR THe
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL BOARDS, 696

WAGE STABILIZATION, 859

NEWS PROGRAM, TRANSITION PROGRAM, 364

NEWS RELEASE

BASIC POLICIES OF NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARDS NEW POST WAR PROGRAM, AUG. 22, 1945, 369

CLINTON CO. EMPLOYEES REST UP, 1945, 399

CLINTON COMPANY STRIKES, 1945, 398

CLOSED SHOP CONTRACT NO BAR TO ORGANIZERS, NATIONAL LABOR RELATION BOARD HOLDS, March 19, 1940, 330

CONNECTICUT UNIONISTS VISIT LEGISLATORS, Mar. 19, 1940, 330

CORN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY VETOS UNIFORM NET PRICING OF CORN PRODUCTS, 1948, 400

EXCUSE EMPLOYEES FROM WORK ON V-J DAY, 8/11/45, 358

GREENBERG TO SPEAK AT FT. DODGE, IA, 10/12/45, 389

HOUSE GROUP APPROVES ADDITION OF TWO TO NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, 3/19/40, 330

NATIONAL WAS LABOR BOARD ADOPTS NEW GENERAL ORDER ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, 8/20/45, 371

NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN BELL AIRCRAFT COR., GEROGIA, 8/22/45, 376

NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN ELECTRIC BOAT CO. CASE, CONNECTICUT, 8/13/4, 359

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN CONSOLIDATED VULTEE AIRCRAFT CORP. LABOR CASE, MICHIGAN, 8/9/45, 356

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN FULTON BAG & COTTON MILLS CASE, MISSOURI, 396

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN LEHMAN BROTHERS CASE, NEW YORK, 8/l0/45, 357

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN M. DAVIDSON & SON CASE, STOCKTON, CAL., 5/13/45, 360

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN NEW YORK HOSPITAL'S CASE, 8/20/45, 373

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO. LABOR CASE, KANSAS CITY, KS, 6/24/45, 354, 355

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO., 8/2/45, 374

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN POLK SANITARY MILK CO., INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 6/14/45, 361

NWLB GIVES DIRECTIVE ORDER IN SOUTHERN CALIF. AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY CASE, 8/20/45, 372

NWLB GIVES INSTRUCTION TO REGIONAL BOARDS TO PENDING LABOR CASES, 8/23/45, 378

NWLB GIVES REGIONAL INSTRUCTIONS, 8/17/45, 363

NWLB POLICY ON WAGE RATES, 7/2/45, 350

NWLB POLICY REVERSES REGIONAL DECISION, 1/2/45, 337

NWLB QUARTERLY REPORT, 7/18/45, 344

NWLB PERFORMS ITS DUTIES, 8/17/45, 366

NWLB POLICY ON WAGE STABILIZATION, 10/25/45, 394

NWLB RESOLUTION ON RETROACTIVE PAY, 4/2/45, 377

NWLB SHOW CASE IN THE MONTGOMERY WARD STRIKE IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 12/21/44, 336

NWLB TAKES ACTION ON EXECUTIVE ORDER, 8/17/ 45, 365

NWLB TAKES ACTION ON EXECUTIVE ORDER, 8/20/45, 368

NWLB TAKES ACTION ON EXECUTIVE ORDER ON RECONVERSION, 8/24/45, 379

NWLB TAKES ACTION ON EXECUTIVE ORDER ON RECONVERSION, 9/17/45

NEGOTIATIONS RESUME IN WEST COAST LUMBER INDUSTRY CASE, 8/21/45, 375

POST-WAR PROCEDURE IN LABOR-MANAGEMENT DISPUTES 8/25/45, 388

11/5/45, 397

PROCEDURE OF LABOR-MANAGEMENT DISPUTES FOR INTERIM PERIOD, 8/29/45, 382

RECONVERSION FROM WAR TIME TO PEACETIME ECONOMY 8/17/45, 364

REFUSAL TO GRANT EXCLUSIVE RECOGNITION IS REFUSAL TO BARGAIN, SAYS NLRB, 3/19/40, 330

REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, DECISION IN LABOR DISPUTE CASE, 7/6/45, 353 ----. RWLB VII DECISION INVOLVING VACATION ISSUES, 8/4/45, 351

RWLB VII DECISIONS IN LABOR DISPUTE CASES, 11/10/44, 332

11/13/44, 333

7/2/45, 347

RWLB VII PERSONNEL, 11/7/44

RWLB VII PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE

11/12/44, 334

12/10/44, 335

1/14/45, 338

2/18/45, 339

3/4/45, 340

4/29/45, 341

5/6/45, 342

5/13/45, 343

7/8/45, 345

8/26/41, 370

9/19/45, 384

9/21/41, 385

9/21/45, 386

10/14/45, 390

10/16/45, 391

10/21/45, 393

10/26/45, 395

RWLB VII personnel, 7/3/45, 348

RWLB VII WILL HOLD AN EDUCATIONAL FORUM, 7/8/45, 352

REVISION OF POST-WAR WAGE STABILIZATION PROGRAM 8/25/45, 381

ROOSEVELT DEFENDS PLANE STRIKE, 3/19/40, 330

TERMINATION OF THE NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 10/17/45, 392

10/31/45, 396

TRANSFER OF CERTAIN AGENCIES & FUNCTIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 9/21/45, 388

V-J DAY PAY DISPUTE, 8/18/45, 367

WAGE BRACKET DETERMINATION OF LIME PLANTS AND QUARRIES, MISSOURI, 7/5/45, 346

WAGE BRACKET DETERMINATION OF TERMINAL GRAIN ELEVATOR PRODUCTION WORKERS, 7/3/45, 349

WASHINGTON SCENE, 3/19/40, 330

NEWS RELEASE, LABOR DISPUTE CASE

AIR REDUCTION SALES CO., BETTENDORF, IA, 385

ALUMINUM ORE CO., LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, 339

AMERICAN COYANAMIDE & CHEMICAL CORP., LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, 345

AMERICAN STEELWORKS, KANSAS CITY, 384
ARMOUR & CO., KANSAS CITY, 334

OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 390

ST. JOSEPH, MO, 333, 347

ATLANTIC DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO., PINE BLUFF, ARK., 391

BARKER POULTRY CO., OTTUMWA, IA, 384

BEMIS BROTHERS BAG CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 332

BLACK & WHITE CAB CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 340

BLACE, SIVALLS & BRYSON, INC. KANSAS CITY, 384

BLACKHAWK HOTELS CO., DAVENPORT, IA, 395

BLUE STAR PRODUCE, INC. WAH00, NEBRASKA, 334

BOSS MANUFACTURING CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 370

BRODERICK & BASCOM ROPE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 247

BROWN CAMP HARDWARE CO., DES MOINES, IA, 347

BUCK-X-O'GRAPH CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 342

BUSCH SUBZER BROTHERS DIESEL ENGINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 345

BUTLER MANUFACTURING CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 384

C. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, 345

CAREY SALT CO., HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, 339

CARR, ADAMS & COLLIER CO., DUBUQUE, IA, 337, 345

CARTER CARBURETOR CORP., ST. LOUIS, MO, 342

CENTRAL CLINIC, DAVENPORT, IA, 391

CENTRAL PACKING CO., CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO, 332

CENTRAL STEEL TUBE CO., CLINTON, IA, 385

CERTAIN TEED PRODUCTS CORP., FT. DODGE, IA, 342

CHERRY-BURRELL CORP., CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, 338

CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER CO., HELENA, ARKANSAS, 334

CITY LIGHT & TRACTION CO., SEDALIA, MO, 384

CLARION PRODUCE & CREAMERY CO., CLARION, IA, 390

CLIMAX ENGINEERING CO., CLINTON, IA, 340

CLINTON COMPANY, CLINTON, IA, 398, 399

CONN D. CURRAN PRINTING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 370

CONTINENTAL BAKING CO., DAVENPORT, IA, 384

CORN PRODUCTS REFRACTARIES, KANSAS CITY, MO, 342

CUDAHY PACKING CO., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 390

CRESCENT LAUNDRY CO., DAVENPORT, IA, 391

CROWN CAN CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 370

CURTIS COMPANIES, INC., CLINTON, IA, 343

CURTIS COMPANIES & NATIONAL WOODWORKS CO., SIOUX CITY, 339

DAZEY CORPORATION, ST. LOUIS, MO, 370

DES MOINES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., 393

DISBROW & CO., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 386

DONALD COMPANY, GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, 333

DUGDALE PACKING CO., ST. JOSEPH, MO,

EMERSON ELECTRIC CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 340

FARMERS COOPERATIVE OIL & SUPPLY CO., DIGHTON, KS, 386

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KANSAS CITY, KS, 391

FRANK PILLEY & SONS, INC., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 334

FRED HAHNE PRINTING CO., WEBSTER CITY, IA, 391

FRENCH & HECHT, INC., DAVENPORT, IA, 385

GENERAL BOX CO., PARAGOULD, ARKANSAS, 334

GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., KANSAS CITY, 347

GLEANER HARVESTER CO., INDEPENDENCE, MO, 393

GRIFFIN WHEEL CO., KANSAS CITY, KS, 384

HARDSCOG WONDER DRILL CO., OTTUMWA, IA, 334

HARRISON-WALKER REFACTORIES, VANDALIA, MO, 341, 342

HUMBOLDT BRICK & TILE CO., HUMBOTDT, KS, 339

HUNTSVILLE & MOBERLY, MISSOURI COAL COMPANIES, 347

INDEPENDENCE PRODUCE CO., CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, 340

IOWA POWER & LIGHT CO., DES MOINES, IA, 347

JOHN H. WITTE SONS, BURLINGTON, IA, 385

JOHN WEITZER MANUFACTURING CO., WICHITA, KS, 391

JUNCTION CITY MILLING CO., JUNCTION CITY, KS, 334

KANSAS CITY MASTER BAKERS ASSOCIATION, KANSAS CITY, 335

KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SERVICE CO., 370

KANSAS EXPLORATIONS, INC., JOPLIN, MO, 343

KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING CO., CAMDEN, ARKANSAS, 391

KILLARK ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 393

KNICKS MEND-RITE CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 334

LASALCO COMPANY, INC. ST. LOUIS, MO, 345

LEAHY MANUFACTURING CO., HIGGINSVILLE, MO, 370

LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT CO., MASON CITY, IA, 333

LEOPOLD CO., BURLINGTON, IA, 341

LION CHEMICAL CORP., ELDORAD0, ARKANSAS, 341

LOCOMOTIVE FINISHED MATERIAL CO., ATCHISON, KS, 338

LITTLE ROCK TENT & AWNING CO., 332

LOWE & CAMPBELL DIVISION OF WILSON GOODS MANUFACTURING CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 342

MARBLE HEAD LIME CO., HANNIBAL, MO, 341

MASON CITY COAL, LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLY CO., 339

MAY DEPARTMENT STORES, ST. LOUIS, MO, 342

McCONVILLE COAL CO., CENTERVILLE, IA, 384

McOVARY-NARLIS MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS, M0, 339, 343

MEXICO REFRACTORIES CO., MEXICO, 334

MID-CONTINENT LAUNDRIES, INC., COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA, 386

MIDLAND PRODUCTS INC., ST. LOUIS, MO, 335

Midwest Carbide Corp., Keokuk, IA, 334

MIDWEST PIPING & SUPPLY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 387

MILTON B. GOLD FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS, INDEPENDENCE, 391

MISSOURI UTILITIES CO., CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO, 384

MONTGOMERY WARD STRIKE, 336

MOUND CITY CAB CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 340

MOSER PAPER BOX CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 384

NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 347

NATIONAL MACHINE CO., ST LOUIS, MO, 335, 342

NATIONAL MILDER CO., DES MOINES, IA, 395

O.C. GREEN LUMBER CO., HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, 386

OLIVER M. GREENLEY, INDEPENDENCE, MO, 385

OMAHA STEEL WORKS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA 332 ORDANCE STEM. FOUNDRY CO., BETTENDORF, IA, 395

OVER-THE-ROAD PICK-UP & FREIGHT DESTRIBUTION CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 345

PAPER COMPANIES OF KANSAS CITY, MO, 370

OF NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO, 384

PARAMOUNT SHOE MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 332

PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 334

QUAKER OATS COMPANY, ST. JOSEPH, MO, 332

R.H. SHIELDS, ELDORADO, KS, 386

RAE DAIRY CO., SIOUX CITY, IA, 345

RANKIN TENT & AWNING CO., CEDAR FALLS, IA, 395

REPUBLIC MINING & MANUFACTURING CO. LITTLE ROCK, ARK, 339

ROBERTSON AIRCRAFT CORPORATION, ST. LOUIS, MO, 341, 345

ROOT PETROLEUM CO., EL DORADO, ARK, 342

ROTARY PRINTERS OF ST. LOUIS, MO, 384

ROTHSCHILD & SONS, INC., KANSAS CITY, MO, 391

SAFEWAY & KROGER STORES, SPRINGFIELD, MO, 339

SAFEWAY STORES, INC., GRAND ISLAND, NEB, 334

SARGENT & CO., DES MOINES, IA, 345

SLATER MILL & ELEVATOR CO., SLATER, MO, 386

SMITH BROTHERS MANUFACTURING CO., CARTHAGE, MO, 387

ST. JOSEPH LEAD CO., FESTUS, MO, 334 384 390 345 338

ST. LOUIS CABINET SHOP OWNERS, ST. LOUIS, MO, 384

ST. LOUIS CARDAGE MILLS, ST. LOUIS, MO, 390

FOUNDRIES, ST. LOUIS, MO, 345

SMELTING & REFINING CO., BAXTER SPRINGS, KAN, 338

STANDARD STEEL WORKS, NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO, 384

STRIETER MOTOR CO., DAVENPORT, IA, 395

SWIFT CO., DES MOINES, IA, 339

SWIFT & CO., GRINNELL, IA, 390

HAMPTON, IA, 390

TAYSTEE BAKING CO., SEDALIA, MO, 370, 387

THOMAS TRUCK & CASTER CO., KEOKUK, IA, 333

UNITED CANNERY AGRICULTURAL PACKING & ALLIED WORKERS UNION, 332

UNITED CARTRIDGE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 339, 351

UNIVERSAL MATCH CO., FERGUSON, MO, 343

W.R. WRAPE SERVICE CO., LITTLE ROCK, ARK, 343

WAGNER ELECTRIC CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 334, 347, 370

WEST COAST LUMBER INDUSTRY, 375

WICHITA UNION STOCKYARDS CO., WICHITA, KS, 353

WILSON & CO., INC., ATCHINSON, KS, 339

WILSON & CO., INC., CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, 340

WOLFF TOBER SHOE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 370

NEWS RELEASE, LABOR DISPUTE CASE, DIRECTIVE ORDER

BELL AIRCRAFT CORP., MARIETTA, GEORGIA, 376

BETH EL HOSPITAL, NEW YORK, NY, 373

BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL, NEW YORK, NY, 373

BETH MOSES HOSPITAL, NEW YORK, 373

CONSOLIDATED VULTEE AIRCRAFT CORP., GRAND RAPIDS, MICH, 356

ELECTRIC BOAT CO., GRETON, CT, 359

ISRAEL ZION HOSPITAL, NEW YORK, 373

LEHMAN BROTHERS, NEW YORK, 357

M. DAVIDSON & SONS, STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA, 360

PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO., HASKELL, NEW JERSEY, 354, 355

PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO., 374

POLK SANITARY MILK CO., INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 361

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY, 372

WARD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO., FT. SMITH, ARK, 387

NEWS RELEASE

LEISERSON, WILLIAM M., NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD MEMBER, 330

MAINTENANCE OF MEMBERSHIP JURISDICTION, 361

NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 388, 392

NO-STRIKE NO-LOCKOUT PLEDGE, 369

NON-COMPLIANCE CASE, 369

NORTON, MARY T., REPRESENTATIVE FROM NEW JERSEY, 330

PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT OF LABOR DISPUTES, 363-366, 368

PLANT SEIZURES, 369

POLICY OF PENDING LABOR CASES, 378

REEMPLOYMENT OF WAR VETERANS, 354

RETAINING AND REEMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION, 388

RETROACTIVE PAY, 377

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D., U.S. PRESIDENT, 330

RUESING, EDWARD A., DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, 34.8

SCHURILLENBACH, LEWIS B., SECRETARY OF LABOR, 382

SEVERANCE PAY, 356

STRIKES, 369

TAYLOR, GEORGE W., CHAIRMAN OF NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 369

NEWS RELEASE, TOPICS

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT PAY, 372

AMERICAN FLOURS, INC., NEWTON, KS, 387

AUTOMATIC PROGRESSIVE, 376

BARGAINING DISPUTE PROCEDURE, 380

BONUSES, 357

BROWDER, EARL, COMMUNIST LEADER, 330

CERTIFICATION OF DISPUTES, 382

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, 371

DAY, JACK G., CHARRMAN OF REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, 348

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 388

DIES, MARTIN, REPRESENTATIVE FROM TEXAS, 330

DISPUTE PROGRAMS, 369

DOZENBERG, NICHOLAS, 330

DURATION OF NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 369

GREENBERG, BERNARD, ASSISTANT WAGE STABILIZATION DIRECTOR, 383

FOR REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, 389

GUARANTEED WORK WEEK, 355

HOFFMAN, CLARE, REPRESENTATIVE FROM MICHIGAN, 330

HOLIDAY PAY, 360

NEWS RELEASE

TRUMAN, HARRY S, U.S. PRESIDENT, 388

UNION SECURITY, 376

VIOLATION OF WAGE STABILIZATION LAW, 367

VOLUNTARISM, 369

WAGE CONTROLS, 369

WAGE DECREASE, 369

WAGE INCREASE, 373, 376, 383

WAGE POLICY IN DISPUTE CASE, 369, 397

WAGE STABILIZATION, 363, 365, 366, 368, 381

PROGRAM, 364, 394

TATAR MANPOWER COMMISSION, 388

WAGNER, SENATOR FROM NEW YORK, 330

WALLACE BROTHERS, INC., HUTCHINSON, KS, 386

WHITEHOUSE, OSCAR A., DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, 348

WIRTZ, WILLARD W., CHAIRMAN OF REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, 348

WORKING LEADERS, 359

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, TITLE

Baruch's PARTY AND GIFT, 792

BIG CITIES DEAL FALLS THROUGH, 793

CEASE, DESIST ORDER. IS AIMED AT CLINTON CO., 795

CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS NAMES JONES PRESIDENT, 787, 788

COUCH CITES PERILS FACED, 798

DON'T BLAME LABOR, 799

GRAIN MEETING IN FINAL DAY 789 IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION, 796,797

LABOR SUPPORTS ITS FRIENDS AND DEFEATS ITS ENEMIES, 800

OPERATIVE ENGINEERS WIN ELECTION, 784

PROMOTIONS TO DU PONT OFFICIALS, 785

THIRTY-ONE FACE THREAT OF SUSPENSION FOR O.P.A. VIOLATION, 786

TWO LABOR DISPUTE HEARINGS ARE SET, 790

UNION CHOOSES LEROY JONES AS VICE-PRESIDENT, 794

UNION ISSUES STATEMENT ON WORK STOPPAGE, 791

NOTARY PUBLIC, 848-851

*Otto, W.G., 769

OZARK SHOE COMPANY, KANSAS CITY, MO, 509

PAMPHLET,

"IOWA STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR UNITY", 757

"LADIES' GARMENT WORKER IN HISTORY AND SHOP", 758

"LOOKING AT IT FROM THE RUSSIAN SIDE", 760

"OUR PRESENT POLITICAL PICTURE", 759

"POWERS AND AUTHORITY OF NOTARIES PUBLIC", 850

"REASONS FOR BELIEF IN ORGANIZED LABOR", 755

"TAPPING THE TREASURE IN CORN" 756

"LABOR CONTRACT 1940"

PENICK & FORD PLANT, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, LABOR CONTRACT 1940, 801

PENSION TRUSTS, CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST
CO. OF CHICAGO, 768

POEM, "TRUE UNIONIST", 847

PROFIT SHARING TRUSTS, CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK &
TRUST CO. OF CHICAGO, 768

PROVIDENT LIFE AND TRUST CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA,INSURANCE
ADVERTISEMENT, 767

Pulich; Helen Bluns, 694

RADIO SPEECH, "UNION LABEL AND POSTWAR", 717

REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII

BOARD MEMBERS, 701-706

DISPUTES DIVISION DOCKET, 707

HANDBOOK FOR TRI-PARTITE PANEL PEERS & HEARING OFFICERS 872

LABOR DISPUTE CASE

A.Y. McDONALD MANUFACTURING CO., DUBUQUE, IA, ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE, 542

ADAMS CO., DUBUQUE, IA, ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE, 541
DIRECTIVE ORDER, 603
ARMOUR & CO., ST. JOSEPH, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 516

BAKING COMPANY OF WICHITA, KS, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 525

BRANDEIS INVESTMENT CO., OMAHA, NEB, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 599

BROWN-CAMP HARDWARE CO., DES MOINES, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 522

CARR, ADAMS & COLLIER CO., DUBUQUE, IA
AGREEMENT, 568

COMPANY STATEMENT, 570

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "A" TABLE, RATES & EARNINGS BY JOB CLASSIFICATION, 571

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "B", JOB DESCRIPTIONS, 572

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "C", RATES & EARNINGS OF CO., 573

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "D", TABLE, COMPARATIVE EARNINGS BY INDUSTRIES IN IOWA, 574

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "E", WAGE BRACKETS OF IOWA CITIES, 575

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "F", TABLE, ANNUAL HOURLY AVERAGES IN VARIOUS U.S. MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, 576

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "G", DIRECTIVE ORDER, 577

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "H", DIRECTIVE ORDER, 578

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "I", WAGE RATES IN DUBUQUE, 579

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "J", WAGE INCREASES, 580

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "K", SUBSTANDARD WAGES, 581

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "L", SUBSTANDARD WAGES, 582

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "M", SUBSTANDARD WAGES, 583

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "N", SUPPLEMENTARY AGREEMENT, 584

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "O", PAST DECISION OF BOARD, 585

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "X", PAST DECISIONS OF BOARD, 586

. COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "Y", PAST DECISIONS OF BOARD, 587

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "Z", PAST DECISIONS OF BOARD, 588

COMPANY'S PROPOSAL, 590

DIRECTIVE ORDER, 589

INFORMATION NEEDED IN CASE, 563

SYNOPSIS OF CASE, 564, 566

TABLE, CLASSIFIED JOB RATES, 567

TENTATIVE OPINION, 565

UNION COMMENT, 591

UNION EXHIBIT "A", TABLE, PREVAILING WAGES IN DUBUQUE, 592

UNION'S OPENING BRIEF, 569
CLIMAX ENGINEERING CO., CLINTON, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 598, 600

CLINTON COMPANY, CLINTON, IA
ADDENDUM TO UNION COMMENTS, 536

AGREEMENT, 561, 562

APPEALS PROCEDURE, 537

COMMENTS OF THE UNION, 535

COMMENTS ON REFEREE'S REPORT, 501

DIRECTIVE ORDER, 533

DESCRIPTION OF COMPANY, 499

OPEN STATEMENT, 500

POST HEARING BRIEF, 532

RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, 507

REPORT OF THE PANEL, 531

RULING, 560

STATEMENT OF DISPUTE, 498

STATISTICS ON LIVING EXPENSES, 506

TABLE, COMPARATIVE ANNUAL EARNINGS, 505

TABLE, COMPARISON JOB RATES BY PERIODS, 502

TABLE, COMPARISON JOB RATES WITH "LITTLE STEEL" FORMULA, 503

TABLE, MECHNICAL CLASSIFICATION, 504
CROWN MILLS, OREGON, LABOR AGREEMENT, 496

CURTIS CO., INC., CLINTON, IA, AGREEMENT, 546, 606
COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "A", TABLE, JOB CLASSIFICATION RATES AND EARNINGS, 551

COMPANY*S EXHIBIT "B", TABLE, PART-TIME EMPLOYEE CLASSIFICATION RATES AND EARNINGS, 552

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "C", TABLE, COMPARISON OF RATES, 553

COMPANY'S EXHIBIT "D", TABLE, EARNINGS DATA, 554

EXHIBIT #1, 548

COMPANY'S OFFER, 559

COMPANY STATEMENT, 545

DIRECTIVE ORDER, 605

SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT OF THE COMPANY, 547

SUPPLEMENT TO DIRECTIVE #1, 549

SYNOPSIS OF CASE, 543

UNION COMMENT, 544

UNION'S EXHIBIT #1, 555

UNION'S EXHIBIT #2, 556

UNION'S EXHIBIT #3, 557

UNION'S EXHIBIT #4, 558

UNION'S REPLY TO COMPANY'S SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT, 550

CURTIS COMPANY, INC., LINCOLN, NEBRASKA,

DIRECTIVE ORDER, 601

CURTIS CO., INC., SIOUX CITY, IA,

DIRECTIVE ORDER, 593

PANEL MEMBERS OF CASE, 594

UNION EXHIBIT "D", PRESS RELEASE, 595

UNION EXHIBIT "E", DIRECTIVE ORDER, 596

UNION EXHIBIT "F", RECONSIDERATION OF DIRECTIVE ORDER, 597
DES MOINES PAPER CO., DES MOINES, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 521

DONALD CO., GRAND ISLAND, NEB, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 513

EMPLOYING PRINTERS OF GREATER KANSAS CITY, RULING, 517

FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO., SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, LABOR AGREEMENT, 497

FLOUR MILL CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 538

FRED MEDART MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 520

GALENA GLOVE & MITTEN CO., DUBUQUE, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 539

GENERAL MILLS, INC., MINNESOTA, SYNOPSIS OF CASE, 607

GREATER KANSAS CITY STONE QUARRIES, KANSAS CITY, M0, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 524

GREEN FOUNDRY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 519

HESKETT MACHINE & ENGINE CO., ALTON, ILL, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 508

INDIANAPOLIS BLEACHING CO., RULINGV 529

IOWA GROCERY STORES, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 527

IOWA PRODUCE CO., IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 528

KANSAS CITY MILLING CO., MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 602

LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT CO., MASON CITY, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 518

LOWELL BLEACHERY, ST. LOUIS, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 510

McOVAY-NORRIS MANUFACTURING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 523

MILLMAN LUMBER CO., ST. LOUIS, M0, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 512

MORRISON BROTHERS CO., DUBUQUE, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 60
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE, 510
OZARK SHOE CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 509

S.G. ADAMS CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 511

THOMAS TRUCK & CASTER CO., KEOKUK, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 515

UNION BISCUIT CO., ST. LOUIS, M0, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 514, 530

WAGE STABILIZATION RULINGS, 608, 612

WOOD BROTHERS THRESHER CO., DES MOINES, IA, DIRECTIVE ORDER, 531
MAP OF THE REGIONAL JURISDICTION OF THE BOARD, 708

MEMORANDUM
BROADCAST RELEASE, 692

DIRECTIVE ON WAGE ADJUSTMENTS, 694

ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM, 693

MATERIALS & QUESTIONS ON PROPOSED CHANGES IN WAGE POLICY, 691

MONTHLY REPORT, 689, 690
WAGE BRACKET DETERMINATION

 

AIRPLANE PARTS, 661

ANTI-HOG CHOLERA SERUM & VIRUS PRODUCTION, 676

BISCUIT, CRACKER, & PRETZEL BAKERY, 667

BOARD DOCKET OF WAGE STABILIZATION CASES, 681

BOXES, FOLDING PAPER, 651

BREAD & CAKE BAKERIES, 618

BUS & TRUCK REPAIR, 663

CEMENT, 678

COMMON LABOR, 655

CROSS INDUSTRY, 657

DAIRY PRODUCTS, 621

DEEP WELL OIL DRILLING & PRODUCING, 653

DEPARTMENT STORES, 615, 672

DRUG MANUFACTURING, 622, 666

ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER, 664

FEED MILLING, 628

FLOUR MILLING, 625, 629

FOUNDRY, 670

GARAGES, 675

GROCERIES, WHOLESALE, 643

HOTELS, 613, 651

ICE & COLD STORAGE, 616, 671, 647

INDEX, 658

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF WAGE BRACKETS, 659

LABOR MARKET AREA OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, 638
DES MOINES, IA, 634

HUTCHINSON, KS, 635

JOPLIN, MO, 636

KANSAS CITY, MO, 649

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, 611

LITTLE ROCK, ARK, 640

OMAHA-COUNCIL BLUFFS, 644

SIOUX CITY, IA, 662

SPRINGFIELD, NEBRASKA 637

ST. LOUIS, MO, 652

TOPEKA, KS, 639

WICHITA, KS, 646

LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING, 614, 673

LEAD & ZINC, MINING, MILLING, & SMELTING, 674.

MACHINERY & METAL TRADES, 660

METAL ENGRAVING & MARKING DEVICES 645

METAL FABRICATING, 633

METAL FABRICATION, 630

METAL TRADES INDUSTRY, 656

OFFICE & CLERICAL EMPLOYEES, 626

PAINT & VARNISH MANUFACTURING, 648

PETROLEUM REFINING, 624

POULTRY & EGG PROCESSING, 619, 668

PRINTING, NEWSPAPERS, 650

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, 631

PUBLIC UTILITIES, 623

RADIO BROADCASTING, 620, 665

RATES & RATE RANGES FOR MINNESOTA, 680

RETAIL MEAT MARKETS, 617, 669

RIG BUILDING627

SALT MINING & EVAPORATING, 632

TABLE: HOWLEY RATES ON THE SUBSTANDARD TAPERING PRINCIPLE, 682

TIRE REBUILDING, 677

WATER UTILITIES, 679

WHOLESALE WAREHOUSING, 642

REPORT

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS, 718

"MASS PRODUCTION UNIONS", 719

RESOLUTIONS: AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS. 447, 448, 451, 452, 453, 446, 449, 450, 445

REGIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD VII, MINUTES OF MEETING

10/24/44, 454

10/25/44, 455

10/26/44, 456

3/13/45, 457

3/13/45, 475

3/14/45, 458

3/14/45, 476

3/15/45, 459

3/27/45, 460

4/10/45, 477

4/11/45, 478

4/24/45, 461

4/26/45, 462

5/3/45, 463

5/17/45, 464

6/6/45, 465

6/11/45, 466

6/12/45, 467

6/14/45, 468

8/10/45, 469

S.G. ADAMS CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 511

SPEECH, ORGANIZATION

ADDRESS TO CLINTON COUNTY FARMES' UNION, 320

ADDRESS TO CLINTON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE, WHEATLAND, IA, 329

ADDRESS TO MINISTRIAL ASSOC. & OPTOMISTS CLUB OF WATERLOO, IA, 323

TRI-STATE CONVENTION, 715

SPEECH, SUBJECT

HARTLEY, 325

LABOR LEGISLATION, 325

LEWIS, JOHN L., 328

TAFT, 325

TAFT-HARTLEY ACT, 325

SPEECH, TOPIC (TITLE)

BEFORE BALLOTING ON SECRETARY, 314

CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR CLINTON SCHOOL ELECTION, 321

CHALLENGE OF LABOR AS A CAREER, 329

CHALLENGES OF TADAY, 326

FARMERS & LABOR HAVE COMMON PROBLEMS CAN ONLY SOLVE IT THROUGH COMMON ACTION 317 ----. IMPACT OF THE NATIONAL WAS LABOR BOARD ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, 719

LABOR & PUBLIC RELATIONS, 323

LABOR & THE WAR, 319

LABOR IN 1943, 318

LABOR IN WAR TIMES, 324

LABOR, KEY TO THE COMMON MAN, 320

LABOR'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, 327

ORGANIZED LABOR-COUNTER PUNCHER, 328

OUR CORN PROBLEMS, 322

PLANT START-UP, 315

STATEMENT ON BUREAU OF LABOR STATICS COST OF LIVING INDEX, 720

WHAT CAN UNION MEMBERSHIP OFFER ME?, 316

WEEK'S WORK. 325

SPENCER KELLOGG & SONS INC., DES MOINES, IA, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE "OPERATIVE ENGINEERS WIN ELECTION". 784

SURVEY

RENTS PAID BY TENANTS, 861

THOMAS TRUCK & CASTER CO., KEOKUK, IA, 515

TRI-STATE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GRAIN PROCESSORS

MINUTES of MEETING 6/16/45, 483

9/16/47, 484

4/9/48, 485

10/8/54, 490

TRI-STATE LABOR CONGRESS, CLINTON, IA, LABOR DAY SOUVENIR 1939, 868

UNION BISCUIT CO., ST. LOUIS, MO, 514, 530

UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS & JOINERS OF AMERICA LOCAL #772, CLINTON, IA, CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS,

1940, 431

1943, 432

WAGE STABILIZATION, 859

WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION, REGULATION GOVERNING APPEALS, 822

WOOD BROTHERS THRESHER CO., DES MOINES, IA, 531

WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION LAW, 846

Wirtz, Willard W., Chairman of Regional War Labor Board VII, 690

Wirtz, Willard W., 693

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