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STANDARD & POOR'S INDEXES OF COMPARATIVE NET INCOME AFTER TAXES AND RESERVES 14 STEEL AND IRON COMPANIES AND 378 INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES COMBINED

ANNUALLY, 1935 TO 1950

(Indexes: 1939 = 100)

Index 1000

Year

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378 Industrial
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The fourteen companies are: Acme Steal; Allogheny Ludlum; Armco Steel; Bethlehem; Colorado Fuol and Iron; Crucible Steel; Inland Stoel; Jones & Loughlin;
Notional Steel; Pittsburgh Stoel; Republic Steel; United States Steel; Wheeling Strel; and Youngstown Shoot and Tube.

? Loss of 10 millions in 1938 not reflected in the index.

Source: Standard and Poor's Industry Surveys, vol. 119, No. 24, sec. 2, June 14, 1961, 83-20, and Office of Price Stabilization.

(The following was submitted for the record by the Wage Stabilization Board:) (Reference to the following will be found on p. 1977.)

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July 11, executive committee recommended that Board should not accept case.

Case closed. Pending Board action.

D-1-V

X

D-2-C

Citizens Rapid Transit Co. of Virginia. Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric July 10, 1951 2

Railway and Motor Coach Employees of

America, AFL.
American Chain & Cable Co., Inc., New United Steelworkers of America, CIO, local | July 20, 1951
York, N. Y.

No. 2715.
American Smelting & Refining Co., New United Steelworkers of America, CIO, local July 26, 1951
York, N. Y.

No. 4347.
Kennecott Copper Corp., New York, N. Y., International Union of Mine, Mill & Smelter Aug. 27, 1951
et al.

Workers, Independent and AFL.
Owl Drug Co., Los Angeles, Calif.

Retail Clerks Union, CIO, local No. 770. Aug. 21, 1951

X

D-3-C

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D-4-V

X

Oct. 23, Board recommendations accepted by

company and union. Case closed.
Aug. 29, case returned to President because

strike continued. Case closed.
Nov. 1, dispute withdrawn. Forms 100 exe-

cuted. Case removed from dispute docket.
Continued as N-14011. Jan. 28, case closed

(region XII). Pending Board action.

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D-8-C

X

D-9-V

X

D-10-V

X

Mar. 31, panel report sent to parties. Apr. 10,

comments received. Pending Board action. Feb. 14-15, Board action on 14 issues. Feb. 29,

Board action on retroactivity. Apr. 16,

action on union security.
Mar. 15, recommendations issued; parties

agreed on contract. Case closed.
Jan. 16, Board adopted panel recommendation.

Case closed.
Mar. 10, union comments received. Pending

Board action. Apr. 16, Board adopted panel

report. Case closed.
Apr. 5, hearing held. Apr. 19, hearing sched-

uled.
Jan. 4, executive committee postponed action

until reports on other shipbuilding cases are

received.
Preliminary procedures pending."

Do.

D-11-V

X

Wright Aeronautical Corp., Woodridge, United Automobile Workers, CIO local ..do
N.J.

No. 669.
Hanford project, Hanford, Wash
Various building craft unions.

Oct. 18, 1951
Todd Shipyards Corp. (Los Angeles divi- Industrial Union of Marine & Shipbuilding Oct. 31, 1951
sion), San Pedro, Calif.

Workers of America, CIO No. 9.
Wright Aeronautical Corp., Woodridge, United Automobile Workers, CIO local Nov. 1, 1951
N.J.

No. 300.
Craig Shipbuilding Co., Long Beach, Calif. Industrial Union of Marine & Shipbuilding Nov. 19, 1951

Workers of America, CIO, local No. 9.
Long Beach Marine Repair Co., Long do.

Nov. 27, 1951
Beach, Calif.
Wilmington Welding & Boiler Works, Wil- .do.

Nov. 27, 1951
mington, Calil.
Cavanaugh Machine Works, Wilmington, ,do.

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Mar. 20, Board recommendation issued.

Apr. 4, comments on panel report received.

Conference to be scheduled.
Apr. 9, parties agreed on all issues except union

security. Pending Board action. Apr. 16,

action on union security.
Jan. 9, Board referred dispute back to parties

for arbitration. Case closed.
Mar. 5, hearing held. Mar. 26, panel report

received. Apr. 1, Board approved agreement
of parties. Case closed.
Mar. 26, hearing held. Apr. 17, executive

session scheduled.
Mar. 15, parties notified Board dispute was

settled. Case closed.
Mar. 3-7, hearings held. Mar. 21-26, panel

executive sessions.
Mar. 10-11, hearings held. Mar. 21-26, panel

executive sessions.
Apr. 2, hearing indefinitely postponed at re-

quest of parties.
Mar. 6, Board accepted jurisdiction. Apr. 15,

hearing scheduled.
Mar. 7, Board refused jurisdiction. Case closed.

Jan. 28, 1952

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Jan. 23, 1952

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Jan. 28, 1952

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Feb. 19, 1952
United Steelworkers of America, CIO, Feb. 29, 1952
local 4264.
do

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United Steelworkers of America-CIO, local Mar. 3, 1952

4260.
United Steelworkers of America-CIO, Mar. 4, 1952

locals 4284, 4292, 4373.
Oil Workers International Union, CIO and Mar. 6, 1952

certain AFL and independent unions.

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Do.

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D-16-V

Marine Solvents Service Corp., Wilming

ton, Calif. Quality Machine & Boiler Works, Wil

mington, Calif. Steel Industry, Iron Ore, American Loco

motive Co.

D-17-V...
D-18-C...

D-19C

Boeing Airplane Co., Wichita, Kans.

D-20--V.

Ohio Power Co., Canton, Ohio.

D-21-V.

D-22-V..

Gardner-Denver Co. (Denver division),

Denver, Colo.
Combined Metals Reduction Co., New

Park Mining Co.
Ryan Aeronautical Co., Lindbergh Field,

San Diego, Calif.
Aluminum Co. of America, Pittsburgh, Pa.

D-23-V..

D-24

D-25-0

...do.

D-26-C

D-27-V

Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.,

British Empire Bldg., Rockefeller Cen-
ter, New York City.
American Smelting & Refining Co. (Gar-

field plant).
Park Utah Consolidated Mines Co., Salt

Lake City, Utah.
Silver King Coaliton Mines Co., Salt Lake

City, Utah.
Chief Consolidated Mining Co., Eureka,

Utah.
U. S. Smelting Refining & Mining Co.,

Salt Lake County, Utah.
Various petroleum refining companies.

D-28-V.

D-29-V,

D-30-V.

D-31-V..

D-32-C

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Mar.27, hearing held. Apr. 17, panel executive

session.
Apr. 2, procedural hearing. Apr. 10, hearings
opened, recessed pending further conferences.
Apr. 16, referred to parties for negotiation.

1 Case closed prior to establishment of office of Disputes. ? Approximate. 3 Submissions filed by company and union. Pending supplementary information; report from Conciliation and Mediation Service and/or defense impact report.

Summary of dispute cases
I. CASES REFERRED BY PRESIDENT (12)

Name

Status immediately after

referral

Status of Board action

American Smelting & Refin- Union called off strike... Case closed Oct. 23, 1951. Board recoming Co.

mendations accepted by company and

union. Kennecott Copper et al. Union refused to call off strike. Case returned to President Aug. 29, 1951. American Brass Cos. et al.. Parties maintained produc- Pending Board consideration of panel tion.

report. Borg-Warner Corp. Union called off strike.

Do. Douglas Aircraft Co..

do...

Parties negotiated agreement with union security provisions left open on basis of Board recommendations on other issues.

Union shop recommended by the Board. Wright Aeronautical Corp...

do..

Parties accepted Board recommendation.

Case closed. Steel industry.

Parties maintained produc- Parties negotiating. Iron ore portion of tion.

case still pending before the Board. Boeing Airplane Co.

..do..

Parties reached agreement under Board

auspices, except for union-shop issue.

Board recommended union shop. Aluminum Co. and CIO.

do.

Awaiting panel report. Aluminum Co. and AFL..

Do. Kaiser Aluminum..

do.

Hearings postponed upon joint request of

parties to allow for further negotiations. Oil industry --

do.

Panel hearing opened Apr. 10 1952. Board

requested parties to resume negotiations and keep Board informed of progress.

do.

II. VOLUNTARILY SUBMITTED BY PARTIES AND ACCEPTED BY BOARD (9)

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III. VOLUNTARILY SUBMITTED BUT REJECTED BY BOARD (6) Citizens Rapid Transit Co. of Virginia

Park Utah Consolidated Mines Owl Drug Co.

Silver King Coalition Mines Ohio Power Co.

Chief Consolidated Mining Co. IV. VOLUNTARILY SUBMITTED AND AWAITING BOARD ACTION ON ACCEPTANCE

OR REJECTION (6) Craig Shipbuilding Co.

Cavanaugh Machine Works. Long Beach Marine Repair Co.

Marine Solvents Service Corp. Wilmington Welding & Boiler Works

Quality Machine & Boiler Works

(Reference to the following will be found on p. 1989.)

STEEL PANEL

Public members

Chairman of the panel was Harry Shulman, professor of law at Yale University, arbitrator and impartial umpire for the UAW and Ford.

Ralph T. Seward, of Washington, former arbitrator at General Motors, United States Steel, and International Harvester, and past president of the American Academy of Arbitrators. Labor members

Eli Oliver (AFL), labor economist of Washington and now associated with the Labor Bureau of the Middle West, and

Arnold Campo (CIO), international representative of the steelworkers union, and formerly a labor member of the San Francisco regional Wage Stabilization Board. Industry members

Earle Watkins Mills, president of the Foster-Wheeler Corp., of New York City, makers of machinery and equipment, and a retired Navy admiral, and

John C. Bane, Jr., attorney, of Pittsburgh, member of the firm of Reed, Smith, Shaw, and McClay.

(Reference to the following will be found on p. 1990.)

Attendance record of board in steel case

Date

Matter of discussion

Public

Industry

Labor

Olander.
Hall.
Doherty.

Rieve.
Walker.
Brophy.
Beirne.

Jan. 7, 1952 Representatives of companies and Feinsinger.
8. m,

union met to discuss (with Bullen.
Board) procedural matters. Coman.

Dunlop.

Aaron.
Panel members: Seward,

Bane, Oliver, Mills, Campo.
Jan. 8, 1952

Discussion re those companies not Feinsinger. a. m, appearing at Jan, 17 meeting. Bullen.

Aaron.
Dunlop.

Coman. Feb. 20, 1952 Messrs. Feinsinger. Armstrong, Feinsinger. 8. m.

Livingston and Walker were Bullen,
appointed to consider procedural Aaron.
matters in steel case.

Coman.
Feinsinger.
Bullen.
Aaron.
Coman.

Dunlop.
Feb. 26, 1952

Feinsinger.
P. m.

Bullen,
Aaron.
Coman.

Walker.
Birthright.
Rieve.
Brophy.
Walker.
Brophy.

Olander.
Hall.
Armstrong.
Doherty.
Armstrong.
Olander.
Steele.
Denise.
Hennessy.
Armstrong.
Denise.
Heron.
Olander.
Steele.
Hall.
Olander.
Hennessy.
Steele.

P. m.

Brophy.
Livingston.
Walker.

Feb. 29, 1952 Preliminary report of panel on

p. m, certain issues.

Feinsinger.
Aaron.
Dunlop.

Hall.
Olander.
Hennessy.
Steele.

Beirne.
Brophy.
Livingston.
Minton,
Walker.
Beirne.
Brophy.
Walker.
Minton.
Livingston.

Panel members: Shulman,

Seward, Bane, Oliver, Mills,

Campo.
Mar. 4, 1952 | Discussion of procedure to be fol- Feinsinger.
a. m.
lowed tomorrow as panel reports. Bullen.

Aaron.
Coman.

Ross.
Mar. 5, 1952 Partial Panel Report of Feb. 29 Feinsinger
a. m, and summarized.

Bullen,
P. m.

Dunlop.
Ross.

Olander,
Denise.
Hall.
Hennessy.

Armstrong.
Hall.
Hennessy.
Denise.

Walker.
Livingston.
Beirne.
Brophy.
Walker.
Livingston.
Beirne.
Rieve.
Brophy.

Panel members: Shulman,

Seward, Bane, Oliver, Mills,
Campo.

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