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Court Heartens NLRB


WASHINGTON--The Supreme Court today ruled that employers may not dis-criminate against union workers in reinstating employees after a strike in a decision which heartened the National Labor Relations Board in its legal battle with the Ford Motor Co., The Ru-public Steel Corp., and other companies. In a session in which labor verdicts rivaled in importance the court's decision to review the entire TVA controvery. the highest tribunal found the Mackay Radio and Telegraph Company guilty of discriminating against five telegraphers and validated the Roards's order that they must be reiuntated with back pay.

SHANGHAI--Tuesday -- The whole eastern half of China's great fortified Lung-Hai line, defending Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Sheck's provisional capital at Hankow, was collapsing today under terrific blows from four Japanese armies. All advices agreed the Chinese were losing the greatest battle of the war and that the key city of Suchow-Fu would be fully occupied by the Japanese during this week

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