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The Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 07, 1968, Cincinnati, OhioThursday March 7, 1968 Thi chronicle Cooks Quot Quot is you your family and friends or he cd a la re Wurl rare other members of the Union drop a Iii it to of wiry us a line or Call the office. Local 32 be a Good Union member. Attend by Irven Grathwohl by Oscar g. Lee on february 1968, the Hospital bed and Board of the hotel and restaurant employees health and welfare fund was increased for the member Only to $25.00 per Day. The dependents coverage remains for the time being at $12.50 per Day. In 1967 members of local #177 received claims amounting to $52,-813.57. This does not include a Large number of our members who Are covered under other insurance plans negotiated with management. Charles d. Ballard working in schaefers cafe joined the Union october 20, 1967. In february he received an insurance claim equal to the amount he would pay in dues for several years. If you Are employed in a House in this area and have not As yet signed a contract covering health and welfare help us by insisting your employer sign a contract including this clause. We Are in negotiations in Many houses at this time and some of management do not realize this is 1968 and that the same percentage increase negotiated two or three years ago is now inadequate to meet the change in times to keep up with the Cost of living and improvement in the Standard of living. We must negotiate larger increases or we will have labor disputes. We now have a strike in Progress at the Lodge 3rd and York sts., Newport by. We ask All of labor and their friends to not patronize this establishment until the dispute has been settled. Brother Ambrose Bonacini is confined at Holmes Hospital Bro. Clarence Proffitt is in deaconess Hospital and Bro. A Carmichael is in st. Mary a Hospital. To All our sick and shut in members we wish you a speedy recovery and Hope you Are feeling better today. If you have any news concerning your Union meetings. Check the chronicle for time and place. In the March Issue of the catering Industry employee Magazine there is a full Page Story with pictures covering our installation of officers and honouring our 50-year members. This can be found on Page 12. In order to clarify the responsibility of the Foreman or charge Man on any Job coming under our agreement and painters District Council no. 12 by Laws you will find the Section of the by Laws covering this responsibility following a stewards a Section a a cd a District Council by Laws foremen and charge men. Foremen and or charge men shall be held responsible to District Council no. 12, for the enforcement of these by Laws and the articles of agreement. The Foreman or charge Man must examine the building trades cards of All men affiliated with the brotherhood immediately upon their arrival on the Job or work and must report within twelve 12 hours to the business representatives those not in Possession of the current quarterly building trades card or due Book showing dues paid. We will be meeting with our contractors this week on the negotiations for our new agreement. However there is nothing new As of this writing. Be sure to get registered to vote. The coming primary election Between Gilligan and Lausche for u. S. Senate is very important to All Union men. Gilligan is labors Friend. Bob Simcoe top apprentice bricklayer Thomas Buschle 2nd from left receives engraved plaque from Jim Murphy of unit masonry association. Oscar Willingham on the right came in second and Ronnie Hollstein was third. This recently held contest was sponsored by the greater Cincinnati bricklayers joint apprentice committee and was held at Courter tech High school. Seventeen Young men were in Competition from the greater Cincinnati area with a maximum of two years experience. Allied contractors association awarded Bonds in the amount of $50.00, $25.00 and $25.00. Bricklayers local 18, Ohio awarded Cash prizes of $25.00�? $20.00 and $20.00, and will sponsor the three winners and instructor Jerry Richmond to a week end trip to compete in the Cleveland auditorium state contest March 9 and 10, 1968. The bricklayers joint apprentice committee is thankful to All those who made this contest such a Success and to All the spectators that took time to witness this function. Have you Ever watched the Vietnam War news on to and hoped that you might see someone you know the Odds Are pretty one sided that you will not but one of our members Audrey May had just such an experience. It happened while she was watching the Hunt Ley Brinkley program the Early part of february when to her Surprise they showed the fighting for the recapture of the american embassy in Saigon. She actually saw her son in combat. Audrey a son pfc. Rondy May is a Security guard with the 716th military police battalion in Saigon. Their Headquarters was at that time in the Capitol hotel which is just across the Street from the embassy. I had the privilege of Reading the letter her son wrote on february 5th, just a few Days after the Battle. The description was one that i would not want to read every Day even though after four hours they had everything under control. The feb. 9th Issue of life and the feb. 12th Issue of news week carried an article on this Battle for the american embassy. I am Happy for Audrey that she had the Opportunity to see her son and that he survived this Battle. I sincerely Hope that he returns Home Safe very soon. A Union committee consisting of Paul Rainey and Charlie Gillespie assisted by we. Sheehan executive Secretary of the Al Cio Central labor Council met with j. Gilligan g. Rich two City councilmen and Tom Young traffic Engineer. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and attempt to come up with a solution to the traffic problem confronting National distillers employees when leaving the Plant at quitting time. In a letter received on Friday March i the request for a traffic Light at the paddock re. Exit was denied and no solution Given. At the Section re. Exit they Are going to enforce the a no parking restrictions on Section re. And have approved the installation of a traffic Light at Anthony Wayne and Section re. Exit providing the company Natl dist pays the approximate Cost of $5000. Did you Ever for one second dream that one traffic Light could Cost so much with a Price like that there is Strong doubts that we will Ever get a Light at that spot or for that matter any other spot. To Paul Charlie and Bill we say a thanks for trying. A big. Happy birthday to John Topmiller feb. 15robert Johnson feb. 17myrtle Louda feb. 20eleanor Fruechtemeye feb. 26margaret Meyers retired and Mae Shelley March 3. Congratulations to Harvey and Wilma june Owens on their 19th wedding anniversary feb. 26. Helen Claybern became grandma for the 12th time on feb. 20. The new grandchild is a 8 Pound 5 of. Boy. The score now is 11 grandsons and one grand daughter. I must say that is pretty Good Helen but you have quite a ways to go because Nellie Jenkins became great grandma for the 12th time on Jan. 28. The new arrival is a 6 Pound girl. Nellie is expecting another great grandchild in May. Congratulations to both of these ladies. Congratulations in Advance to Marcella Calhoun who started a ten month la on March 4th. By the time you receive this Issue of the chronicle the following members will or should have returned to work Fantis arms Kay Goetz Birdie Haggard Ethel Harris Almeda Keneman Mary Medley Shirley Rainey Lucille Sparkman Mardina Story Charlene Thompson and William c. Spaw. To each we say a Welcome backs due to the fact that there was no chronicle last week and this article is already longer than desired i will just say to our shut ins that we wish Alt of them a Complete and speedy recovery and will pick up with them in next weeks Issue. Will close for this time with on for the horse betters a a Home is where people clean windows and a race track is where windows clean people. So Long for now. Patronize Home Industry a spend our Money Saiof Fiordi in Wei i Rev saw please reciprocate. Cigar makers Union no. 4 Cincinnati Marsh Pontiac inc. Pontiac a tempest a firebird setting new standards Al Quality part a services body work 9101 Cote rain ave. New and used Cara phone 522-7000 Shepard paint amp wallpaper store distributors Masury paint products a Dupont paint products wallpaper Wall text Vanitas custom picture framing artistically done 6933 Plainfield re. Silverton phone 891-1845 Kenwood Chrysler Plymouth inc. We cordially invite you to our showroom featuring Imperial Chrysler Plymouth valiant phone 891-0300 7789 Montgomery Road 14 Block South of Kenwood Plaza Ford inc. Your nearest fori service. Just across the Bridge in Newport pkg. 123 w. 4th st. . Box 399 Newport by. Phone 481-8383 Radel s every service is conducted with the full appreciation that it is o sacred tribute to someone s memory the John j. Radel co. Henry j. Radel pros. Main office 652 state avenue�?921-0365 it. Airy 2s62 North Send Ltd. 541-4200 Price Hiu 4122 Glenway ave.921-4512 Newport by. �?�22 York Street. .261-0560 Covington by. 1005 Madison Avenue. .431-4105 a Home Loans a Auto Loans a appliance Loans a payments to fit your budget fifth third Union Trust 34 neighbourhood offices co Spring Garden savings amp loan co. Successful since 1888 open your insured savings account today now paying 5% on Bonus com nates for 1 year in mum us of $1000 4�?T. Current dividend on regular pass Rook savings accounts dividends paid quarterly Delhi Hills office 5030 Delhi Road 921 hours ties. Thru Friday 10 . The 5 p my that. Tell 7 pj6, sat or Day 10 Aji. So 2 pea. Closed monday Bridgetown office 4255 Harrison ave. Is Chireh lane�?481-1250 hours tee thin Friday 10 Aji. To 5 Fra. Tues. 4 7 a. A., saturday 10 la 2 monday

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