419 F2d 391 National Spinning Company v. National Labor Relations Board
419 F.2d 391
72 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2991
NATIONAL SPINNING COMPANY, Inc., Petitioner,
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, Respondent, Textile Workers
Union of America, AFL-CIO, Intervenor.
TEXTILE WORKERS UNION OF AMERICA, AFL-CIO, Petitioner,
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, Respondent, National
Spinning Company, Inc., Intervenor.
Nos. 13239, 13353.
United States Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit.
Argued Nov. 7, 1969.
Decided Dec. 18, 1969.
J. W. Alexander, Jr., Charlotte, N.C. (Blakeney, Alexander & Machen, Charlotte, N.C., on the brief) for petitioner and intervenor National Spinning Company, Inc.
Jonathan M. Marks, Washington, D.C. (Arnold M. Ordman, Gen. Counsel, Dominick L. Manoli, Associate Gen. Counsel, Marcel Mallet-Prevost, Asst. Gen. Counsel, and Abigail Cooley Baskir, Washington, D.C., on the brief) for respondent National Labor Relations Board.
Joel Ronald Ax, New York City, for Textile Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, petitioner and intervenor (Patricia E. Eames, New York City, on the brief).
Before WINTER and BUTZNER, Circuit Judges, and WIDENER, District judge.
From a decision and order of the National Labor Relations Board finding that National Spinning Company had bargained in good faith with Textile Workers Union of America, but that it had engaged in certain unfair labor practices and not engaged in others, the Union and the Company petitioned for review by this court. Each prays that the findings adverse to it be set aside; the Union that we direct the entry of an order granting it additional relief; and the Company that we deny enforcement of all parts of the order. The National Labor Relations Board petitioned for enforcement of its order as entered.
Upon consideration of the record as a whole, we are of opinion that the Decision and Order of the National Labor Relations Board of February 10, 1969, both granting and withholding relief, was supported by substantial evidence and ought to be enforced. 29 U.S.C. 160(e) and (f). All findings of the Board relating to the employees Pait and Benton were supported by uncontradicted testimony, and abundant evidence in the record fully supports the Board's other findings.
Petitions for review denied and enforcement granted.