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PENNSYLVANIA LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. HELLER (05/02/61)

May 2, 1961

PENNSYLVANIA LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
v.
HELLER, APPELLANT (NO. 2).



Appeal, No. 61, March T., 1961, from order of County Court of Allegheny County, No. A433 of 1960, in case of Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board v. Burt Heller et al. Order affirmed; reargument refused June 22, 1961.

COUNSEL

Lloyd F. Engle, Jr., with him Royston, Robb & Leonard, for appellants.

James F. Wildeman, Assistant Attorney General, with him Raymond Kleiman, Assistant Attorney General, and Anne X. Alpern, Attorney General, for Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, appellee.

Before Jones, C.j., Bell, Musmanno, Jones, Cohen, Bok and Eagen, JJ.

Author: Musmanno

[ 404 Pa. Page 182]

OPINION BY MR. JUSTICE MUSMANNO.

This is a companion case to the one at 60 March Term, 1961.

Following the dismissal of Johnny Moore, several of his fellow-employees walked out on strike. When Moore was ordered reinstated by the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, the employers refused to reemploy the employees who had struck.

An unfair labor charge was filed in behalf of these employees: Edna F. Finnegan, Harold Neal, Marvin White, Jr., Dolores Johnson, Patricia Lewis, and Louise McGlothlin by the AFL-CIO Laundry and Dry Cleaners International Local Union 141. At the ensuing hearing before the board it developed that Louise McGlothlin had voluntarily terminated her employment with the cleaning establishment and that Patricia Lewis did not

[ 404 Pa. Page 183]

    appear to testify. The board dismissed the charges filed in their behalf.

As to the remaining four employees the board found, after hearing, that the strike engaged in by them had been precipitated by the employers' unfair labor practices toward employee Johnny Moore and that, therefore, they were entitled to reinstatement even if other persons had in the meantime been employed. The board accordingly ordered the employers to offer the four employees reinstatement to their former positions and to pay full back wages to Dolores Johnson and Marvin White, Jr., since they had made reasonable attempts to secure employment elsewhere. The ...


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