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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 22, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioGreater Cincinnati locals report phone workers amalgamation plans to be topic at special convention by r. W. Schellenberg local 28 a Auto a special convention has been called by the Auto z.21p eral executive Board to enable our Union to participate in an amalgamation convention to be called for the purpose of f o r m i n g one. International Union of Telephone workers within the our special convention will be a if the . Membership votes Corky Durham and your local president r. W. Schellenberg our Union will be entitled to Send approximately 32 delegates from the special to the amalgamation convention. Our Constitution does not Grant authority to a general or special convention to amalgamate this Union committee with Virginia bom As the chairman members of the committee Are Ernestine Locknane Oleta Durham. M 1� Skirvin Emily Budd Lucy Hollis Fible Lafferty Mary Jane Warwick Hilda Backus Rosella Gannon Betty Schmidt Rose Marie do r sch Rita Brown timely topics at 674 with any other 1 Bor Organiza crusade for better Laws and bet a Sabe a f it gals so be Bur a in favor of affiliation with . Will hold its 3rd an . Ballots to accomplish the Constitution be amended to buy a fac membership per m i t s 11 e h a in. A a it \ _ to Grant authority to the no i w delegates to approve or Digap by Harrison w. Dunseth local 674 Law this writer is Pinch hitting for Jim Clark the regular a a time reporter who is on the sick list. We Hope to have you Back with us soon Jim As the Union always needs you. We also miss that Southern drawl of yours. Selection of stewards once again we to the shop committees to Complete their selection of stewards As we Are planning to Call a general meeting of All committeemen and awards in the very near Futory w death benefits. J a since the e st a a of the Dee to h. This hard work which you and other Union men have fought for. It can be expected of him to sign up since he receives these benefits without any Effort on his part. Get his name on the dotted line right away. Recovery we Are glad to hear Clyde Reeves our chairman of trustees is getting along Fine and Hopes to be Back at work in the very near future. Question of the week did you. Know that Bill Kircher a a a �7 a members can Bur base a in adj Nual convention in Chicago at that time and this will make it possible to hold joint two Cwa meetings without additional travel expenses. The general executive Board has also interpreted our Constitution to mean that delegates who Are elected to attend a general convention would automatically become delegates to any special convention. Under this interpretation your delegates to the special convention at Chicago will be Secretary the change in the Constitution will be mailed immediately to each member and should be returned not later than May 18. Since amalgamation is a desirable step in building a Strong Union of Telephone workers within the Cio your writer urges a vote Quot for adoption Quot of the changes in the Constitution. # local 28s Pac drive is now under Way and the executive committee has appointed a Pac membership for $1.00 and will receive a. Membership card and pin. Your Dollar will help the crusade for beter Laws and better Laws and better Public officials so be sure to buy a Pac membership. A the company has prepared a seniority list for both inward and outward operators and a copy of this list is now being kept on both chief operators desks. Any member is privileged to examine this list during her Relief period or before and after work. If this privilege is denied your Steward should be notified. Auto workers proper grievance procedure helps to enforce contract by James Arwood local 392-Uaw a fellow Law Cio member in Detroit recently explained the grievance procedure to his Union Brothers and said a any Union member who is not satisfied with certain things can Call his committeeman who will listen to him and if the grievance is legitimate will take it up thru the grievance in the a Good old Quot Days a complaint was usually taken care of by the rebuke a if you done to like it you can always leave Quot provided you were not fired on the spot for complaining. Proper grievance procedure today you have your Union committeeman to protect you from abuses. That is the proper procedure to follow. But remember when you Call on your commit tee Man or chief Steward to place a grievance for you done to do so with your fingers crossed and your Tongue in your Cheek. Place your grievance with the knowledge that you have a legitimate claim and have the same determination As your officers to see the grievance through to the final step. Contract must be enforced about a Parson Jack Quot the anti at one time we Laboured under Union Stooge who dangles like a John Schwarz shoes 752-754-756 e. Or Mullan 219 e. Eighth st. Chi Rry 6273 Premier press company printers a a publishers newspapers a advertising circulars a broadsides Cincinnati. Ohio the i impression that the Only thing we had to do was to get a contract signed approved by All parties concerned. Today we see things in a different Light we know that your contract is Only Good if you enforce it. Whenever we complain about outsiders doing work that belongs to our employees do we get the satisfaction of a three party meeting that has been agreed upon no. We have to do it the hard about it our social Security stand Way. When our contract has. Been j Nufi a when the wage earner abused by management do we i payment reaches the age of 65. Puppet on the string of some of the Southern industrialists. He reminds us of some of the Southern chamber of Commerce officials who go to Church and sunday school and Pray louder and longer than anybody else but show their application of Christian principles during the week by paying hourly wages of 15 or 20c. You social Security to you Fellows who have asked get a satisfactory adjustment within our own Plant no. We Are Tol to take the no. We Are told to take the is where we will take it. So be sure when you file a complaint to do so with the determination to see it through All the Way. Films for meetings we like to mention for the Benefit of readers who do not belong to local 392 that this local is not a one track affair. It just so happens that we have a lot of trouble along the grievance Trail which Are mighty important to us. There Are Many other things we would prefer writing about. For instance the educational department mentioned to us the possibilities of a United educational program to be sponsored by All Law Cio locals in the Cincinnati area. There Are a lot of interesting films in circulation which could be shown at such an occasion and would be of interest to All Union members. These films drive Home Points of the proposed social Security and Hospital insurance plans a Parson Jack Quot have you Fellows been Reading having worked in covered pm he should visit the office and ask about his Benefit rights whether he intends to retire or not. This worker does not have to retire at 65, however on. Reaching that age it May be to his advantage to file a claim immediately. Filing the claim would be a Protection against loss that might occur if he is ill for some time or stops work. If he keeps on working he can have his benefits computed at a later Date and he will receive whatever is the highest amount. The Field office of the social Security administration can give him advise on such questions. When the worker Dies a member of the family or Friend should notify the nearest Field office of the death without delay even if he is not sure if the worker was insured or not. There May be insurance benefits for the family. Death notice we regret to report the death of a former Union brother and Walden worked formerly in the fellow worker Walden Wesley. Plant housekeeping department and died at his Home at Argyle ky., on March 30, 1949. 13 assessments have been made a although 12 people died during this period. The Cost to each member has Only been 59c per month for a $1000.00 death Benefit. Some members still have not signed giving the name of their beneficiary. If you Are one of them and have not signed a yellow card please Contact your committeeman or come to the office at 2142 Elm ave., Norwood. New employees is a new employee working near you sign up that new fellow worker right away. Remember our gains during the past years Are All due to the unions efforts which have improved working conditions in the shops continuously. A new worker is getting the Benefit of All answer of the week members who asked Why the regular meeting had been postponed from april 15 to april 29. As april 15 was Good Friday the executive Board Felt a great number of our members would want to go to Church on that Day. For woh Shols of safety toe shoes a anger amp Rampe inc Pearl b Broadway qua to footwear for All the of ammo the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Loans on Homes or. S. Pollack Demist associates dry Stephan. Schantz. Sirotk. Myers. Sullivan. New location just across the Street 607 Vine Street second floor Palace hotel bldg hours 9 to 9 m on. Thru f r . 9 to a listen to or Pollack s Amateur hour Krc. 11 05 am. To 12 noon. Sunday a today we Honor Wacky Mon. Wed. 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