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Case No. XVII-R-129

In the Matter of Commercial Fuel Company (Mine No. 2) and Progressive Mine Workers of America District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DASMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor on May 3, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board:
[SEAL)

NATHAN WITT,

Secretary.

NLRB 135a.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR

RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June, 1939.

Present J. Warren Madden, Chairman, Edwin S. Sunith.

Case No. XVII-R-130

In the Matter of Eagle-Cherokee Coal Company, and Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, on May 3, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board :
(SEAL]

NATHAN WITT,

Secretary.

NLRB 135a.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELA

TIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the city of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June, 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman, Edwin S. Smith.

Case No. XVII-R-131

In the Matter of Menghini Coal Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor on May 3, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board:
(SEAL]

NATHAN WITT,

Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR

RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June, 1939. Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman, Edwin S. Smith.

Case No. XVII-R-132 In the Matter of Pioneer Coal Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c)

of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor on May 3, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

IT 18 HEREBY ORDERED that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board :
(SEAL)

NATHAN WITT.

Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR

RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman, Edwin S. Smith.

('ase No. XVII-R-133

In the Matter of Western Coal Mining Company (Mine No. 22) and Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION A petition for investigation and rertification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, District No. 3, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, on May 3, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board:
(HEAL)

NATHAN WITT, Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR

RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman, Edwin S. Smith.

Case No. XVII-R-138

In the Matter of Pittsburg and Midway Coal Mining Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor on May 26, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board :
[SEAL]

NATHAN WITT, Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman; Edwin S. Smith.

Case No. XVII-R-139

In the matter of Western Coal Mining Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor on May 26, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter.

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board :
(SEAL)

NATHAN WITT, Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the city of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June, 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman; Edwin S. Smith,

Case No. XVII-R-142

In the Matter of Lone Star (oal Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, Affiliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, on May 26, 1:39, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter.

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board :
[SEAL)

NATHAN WITT, Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman ; Edwin S. Sunith.

Case No. XVII-R-140

In the matter of Alston ('oal Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly filed with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, International l'nion, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, on May 26, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissel.
By direction of the Board.
(SEAL)

NATHAN WITT,

Secretary.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

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At a regular meeting of the National Labor Relations Board, held at its office in the City of Washington, D. C., on the 21st day of June 1939.

Present: J. Warren Madden, Chairman; Edwin S. Smith.

(ase No. XVII-R-143

In the matter of Pittsburg and Midway Coal Mining Company and Progressive Mine Workers of America, International l'mion, aliliated with American Federation of Labor.

ORDER DISMISSING PETITION

A petition for investigation and certification of representatives pursuant to Section 9 () of the National Labor Relations Act having been duly tiled with the Regional Director of the Vitrional Labor Relations Board for the Seventeenth Region by the Progressive Mine Workers of America, International Union, affiliated with American Federation of Labor, on May 26, 1939, and a preliminary investigation having been made in this matter by the Regional Director, and a

report having thereafter been made to the Board, and the Board having duly considered the matter,

It Is Hereby Ordered that said petition be and hereby is dismissed.
By direction of the Board.
[SEAL)

NATHAN WITT,

Secretary.

EXHIBIT No. 78

[Copy)

EXHIBIT W-1

DECEMBER 24, 1938. Mr. Ed MOONEY, Superintendent, Island Creek Coal Company,

Holden, West Virginia. DEAR MR. MOONEY: Please be advised as follows:

(1) The undersigned, International Union, Progressive Mine Workers of America, represents a majority of the employees at your Mine No. 1, Holden, W. V.

(2) We are informed that your employees are now operating under a contract dated April 1, 1937, expiring by its terms March 31, 19:39, with the International Union, and District 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 16, 17, 19, 24, 28, 30, and 31 of the United Mine Workers of America, which contract provides that a joint conference shall be held in the city of New York on March 14, 1939, to consider revisions in the agreement.

(3) The undersigned requests that you execute no new contract covering wages, hours, or other terms and conditions of employment at said time, covering any period subsequent to March 31, 1939, with anyone other than the undersigned as exclusive bargaining agent for the employees said mine as provided for by the laws of the United States, including the National Labor Relations Act and the rules and regulations pursuant thereto. Yours very truly,

INTERNATIONAL UNION, PROGRESSIVE MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA, By

President.

[Copy)

EXHIBIT W-1

Notices have been served upon the superintendents of the following-named coal companies and mines they represent in West Virginia :

The majority of mine workers have been signed to membership in the International ('nion, Progressive Mine Workers of America, at each of these mines.

David W. Martin, Superintendent, Wyatt ('oal Company, Kanawha Valley Building, Charleston, West Virginia ; Eagle Mine, Laing, W. Va.; Laing Mine No. 1, Laing, W'. Va. ; Laing Mine No. 2, Eskdale, W. Va.; Wymar Mine, Sharon, W. Va.

Bert Teasdale, Superintendent, Kellys Creek Colliery Company, Ward, West Virginia ; Mines Nos. 1, 2, 6, and 4, Ward, W. Va.

Otto Remlin, Superintendent, Raymond City Coal and Transportation ('ompany, Raymond (ity, West Virginia ; Raymond City mine.

William Mitchell, Superintendent, Hatfield Campbell Creek Coal ('ompany, Plymouth, West Virginia.

Ben Davis, Superintendent, Cannelton Coal and Coke Company, Cannelton, West Virginia ; Mines Nos. 3 and 5, Cannelton, W. Va.

R. P. Nichollas, Superintendent, The New River Company, Carlisle, West Virginia ; Oakwood Mine, Carlisle, W. Va.

G. T. Adkins, Superintendent, The New River Company, Whipple, West Virginia : Whipple Mine, Whipple, W. Va.

John Whitehead, Superintendent, The New River Company, Lochgelly, West Virginia ; Lochgelly Mine, Lochgelly, W. Va.

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