PROGRESS IS MADE IN MOTORS PARLEY

PROGRESS IS MADE IN MOTORS PARLEY
EVICTION DEFERRED




Pressure From Roosevelt Is Credited With Averting Complete Collapse MURPHY BLOCKS OUSTERS Halts Arrest of Union Men After Court Issues Eviction Writs at Flint Developments in Auto Strike DETROIT — President Roosevelt’s pleas avert a new deadlock in the auto strike conferences. After all-day sessions a subcommittee is named and begins a study of specific issues pending a new joint meeting today.-Page 1. FLINT—Judge Gadola signs writs for arrest of union leaders and sit-down strikers, but Sheriff, after asking aid of troops, delays action.—Page 2. NEW YORK—Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America condemns sit-down strikers as a “dangerous weapon.” It also assails General Motors for its speed-up program.—Page. 2. Negotiations Go On Company Reported Wavering WORKING ON TERMS Subcommittee Begins Study of Specific Issues in Strike WILL REPORT THIS MORNING PROGRESS IS MADE IN MOTORS PARLEY Murphy Issues Appeal Admits Roosevelt Aid Warrants Cause Clash Lewis Fought Arrests
John L. Lewis, chairman of the Committee for Industrial Organization, and William S. Knudsen, vice president of General Motors Corporation, comprising a subcommittee designated at today’s joint conference of spokesmen for both sides in the automobile strike dispute, sat down tonight with Governor Frank Murphy to formulate a report to go before the full committee tomorrow.

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