Argued June 21, 1943.
Decided June 30, 1943.
On Petition for Enforcement of an Order of the National Labor Relations Board.
Proceeding on petition by the National Labor Relations Board against Fiss Corporation for enforcement of an order of the Board, wherein the International Ladies Handbag, Luggage, Belt and Novelty Workers' Union, A.F. of L., and the Pocketbook Workers Union of New York intervened.
A. Norman Somers, N.L.R.B. of Washington, D.C. (Robert B. Watts, Gen. Counsel, Ernest A. Gross, Associate Gen. Counsel, and Howard Lichtenstein, Asst. Gen. Counsel, all of Washington, D.C., and Richard A. Perkins, of San Francisco, Cal., and Margaret M. Farmer, of Washington, D.C., Attys., National Labor Relations Board, on the brief), for petitioner.
Sidney E. Cohn, of New York City, for Pocketbook Workers Union.
Richard M. Monfried, of New York City (Monfried Monfried, of New York City, on the brief), for respondent.
Max H. Frankle, of New York City, for International Ladies Handbag, etc., Union.
Before MARIS, JONES, and GOODRICH, Circuit Judges.
No question of law arising under the National Labor Relations Act, 29 U.S.C.A. § 151 et seq., is presented in this case which has not been previously considered and settled either in the decisions of this Court or elsewhere. There is, therefore, no occasion for elaboration of previously settled rules. The record has been fully examined with regard to the allegations of fact and the testimony has been reviewed in detail. We find that the Board's conclusions are supported by substantial evidence. Petition for enforcement will be granted and an order may be submitted.