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July 19, 1946 - Image 6

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Michigan Daily, 1946-07-19

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THE M1CH1IGAN 15W IDAY, 3TUX 19, 1948
LABOR EMPIRE SPLIT!
Murray Cuts California CIO into Two Sections
WASHINGTON, July 18-OP)-CIO and co-chairman of the committee Bridges would remain as director of 4. Half an hour later, the San
tions President Philip Murray today took for maritime unity. the northern California region, with Francisco office contradicted its pre-
egun away part of Harry Bridges' influ- This is what happened today: headquarters at San Francisco. vious announcement, saying "we have
hou- ence over Califronia labor unions, 1. Murray announced he had de- 3. Bridges' office in San Francisco just contacted Mr. Bridges in Wash-
and Bridges' future position in the cided to split the CIO California announced that Bridges had resigned ington and learned that he did not
Califronia CIO became obscured in region into two administrative units as California regional director. The
new a strange series of mix-ups. -an action that would remove south- announcement said Bridges had is- announce he was submitting his re
the Bridges, who is prominently identi- ern California from Bridges' juris- sued a statement in Washington, signation."
fled with the CIO's left wing, has diction. in which he said he was resigning Whether this meant Bridges had
view, been serving as CIO regional director 2. Murray told reporters the action "in order that the state of California decided to remain as Northern Cali-
'ters for California. He is also president "does not reflect on Mr. Bridges' in- may have two fulltime paid regional fornia director-as Murray said--
ros of the CIO Longshoreman's -union tegrity," and said he understood directors for CIO." was not clear.
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