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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 25, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFriday. Feb. Is. 1m� the Sun Page 5greater Cincinnati locals report Novelty workers Union meetings better contract is of local am Altama Neil clothing workers All meetings Union Headquarters 1015 Vine Street. Joint Board 7 30 ., monday feb. 28. Local 155, journeymen tailors 7 30 ., wednesday March 2. Members of local 258, Novelty local 189, cutlers 7 30 ., tuesday March 1. Workers at the Max woe her co. 1 local 241, Beau Brummell 5 30 ., thursday March 3. Ratified last week proposed local 304, vests. 4 45 ., tuesday March 8. Changes in their contract at a i. orders local 17, 4 30 ., saturday March 12, 4310 Whetsel Avenue. Local 392, 7 30 ., tuesday March 8, 217 East 8th Street local 647, garage Council 8 ., tuesday March 8. 217 East 8th Street. Local 674, 8 ., Friday March 18, Odd Fellows Hall 5129 Montgomery Road. Brewery workers United steelworkers can local favors full support of Pac program special meeting of the membership. Paid holidays guarantee of six paid holidays Union shop and clarification of the grievance procedure Are the major Ages. Membris of. The bargaining. Ter National representative Sam Weka r Rosr. Pres id a a c. Brit ton Cliff Rinehart and Charlea Spalding. Evans who is leaving this area to work with the International at Buffalo n. With a purse. New elections announcement was made that election of officers for the coming year will be held at the regular meeting of the local at 8 p. A. Friday feb. 25, at Herweg Hail. By Joe Cullen Usa-1861 the regular monthly meeting of the local held last saturday was one of the most impressive on record. Many important matters were discussed and settled. There was a Large crowd present and the enthuse displayed was something nobody should a to report All that happened at the i de jct local 175, 10 ., sunday March 13, 1127 Walnut ire i. Local 199, 9 30 March 13, 1407 Walnut Street. Electrical workers., wm3l local 757. 12 30 and 7 3u ., thursday March 3, ?3o3 Spring Over by our very Able president Anmer Iii Ai Jones. Locate to by March 11, 217 East 8th Street. Oil workers local 508, Gulf refinery group 7 30 pun., wednesday Miami and state roads Cleves. Paper workers local 98. 1 30 ., saturday feb. 26, Odd Fellows Hall 5129 Montgomery Road Norwood. Plaything Novelty workers tune and space is too Short to Ltd voted mostly to our no Tendance of members who work on the a evening shift a and the absence of members who often wonder what a going on Well to those Fellows wed say come to our meeting you will be More than Welcome. Also very noticeable was Joe breaker the evening tool dispenser first floor who married m january. D a a Oil local hears education talks by Harry Weber local 508 a special educational program of local 508 with District director p. G. Shafer and c. J. Ossage Ohio representative of the Oil workers present was the outstanding event of the meeting on feb. 19 and 20. Administrative problems and organizing activities were discussed. The Union looks Forward highlights of cur meeting was an address by Ray Sowder s t a f f representative specializing in Page work and his information imparted was really Worth hearing j the local went on record in full support of the Cio Pac. In the near future everybody will local 256, 8 ., Friday March 11, Junior order Hall a Eyer ave contacted by a member of the nue Norwood. Pac committee. It will Cost you steel workers i Only one Dollar to show your a local 3105, 5 30 ., thursday March 3. Eagles Hall Elmwood Precia Tion for the Many things 3737, 7 30 ., monday March 7, 7 30 Room 206, 1015 of course this contribution is a Vine Street. Sol utely voluntary on your part. To show our a that it is held eat \ month in you Benefit and matters Are discussed which concern family. A 1st, there is always a Fine cold supper served after each meeting. Andy Busam and his Crew take care of that. Come to the next meeting and have the above statements proven. Guild members attend so Ost contract negotiations an innovation was made by the Cincinnati newspaper Guild this week when the third session. W in negotiating a new contract be to further increase in member a. 7, i tween the Guild and the Cincin ship in the near future. The next regular meeting on wednesday 23 of february will be attended by or. William a Black staff representative of the United steelworkers of America or. Black also is the president of the greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council. Announcement was Mac e of another educational program on March 5 and 6, at 3 p. M. And 7 30 p. M. At the meeting Hall on Miami and state roads in Cleves. Or c. J. Ossage the Ohio state representative will be available on March 7 from 12 of clock noon to 10 p. M. At the Union Hall in order to meet the ladies and talk Over plans for forming a women s auxiliary of the local. Auto workers Lisco Union held nominations for mar elections by Cecil Daniels local 17 Law at the last meeting of this local on february 13th slates for the nomination of new officers were drawn up and have since been posted on All bulletin boards. Negotiation committee the posted lists did not include the names of men who were nominated to serve on the negotiation committee. They Are Gordon Burness Clarence Mullins de Smith Bill continued on Page 4� Nati Post was made open for any interested Guild members. Over 50 members most of them Post employees attended the session which was held at the Guild office. Representing Post management were Fred Giesel business manager Carl Groat City editor and Shiel Dunsker circulation manager. Members of the Guild negotiating committee Are Art Koenig chairman and Mary Jane Hehe Man Phil Zakem Bill Lam pert Bill Hahneman Jim Burnett George Rose Roll in Silver and baseball season local 1861 is again sponsoring a soft Ball team and any member done in your behalf by the Pac. Who wishes to try out for the team should Contact the team manager a Man Mountain Eddie Dewald after working hours. There will be a special meeting for All Wivi intend to play soft Ball with local 1861 s team thursday. March 3, 1949 at Gary Owens tavern. Blue Rock and Delaney streets. The time 8 The purpose to elect attend meetings your officers handle Many matters concerning your welfare and the Only time and place these matters can be discussed prop and decided upon is at our our Erett executive Secretary acted regular monthly meeting As spokesman for the Guild. To m. If you Start attending the first meeting with times. I. I Star management held last week 1 meet mss the habit will grow on manager and business manager. You and that s the Way it should _. Was devoted largely to presenta j lion of Guild proposals. Members of the negotiating committee for this contract Are Jim Burnett Melba Wehn Max Sein and Mary Jane Heheman. The times Star unit of the Guild will meet at 7 30 ., Friday feb. 25, at the Guild office. 205 e. Sixth st., Jim Burnett unit chairman announced this week. The Guild unit at the Cincinnati record has completed drafting its contract proposal which has been sent to Ang for review Rollin Silver unit chairman said this week. Negotiations Are expected to begin soon for this Bob Debo observer. Rollin eve unit s contract. Clothing workers annual party of local 164 great Success Complete line a a sizes a Low prices also work uniforms of All types Albert s work clothes Union made 125 e. Fifth st. A on cover men Square Opp. Post office officers of italian coat makers local 164, amalgamated clothing workers of America met saturday evening february 19 at Union Headquarters not for business As usual but to enjoy an evening of Good food and Good Fellowship. True to the nature of our members of italian descent who feel that a fall work and no play tends to make Dull people�?�1 time is set aside twice annually Winter and Summers for a period of relaxation and a Good time. Brother Emilio Grandinetti retired Veteran organizer of our National organization was the honoured guest. He True to his character could not allow such an Opportunity to be wasted without injecting some food for thought. He related in his most Learned and inimitable style the political events in Italy and Europe and their significance to the political scene in this country. The amalgamated office rep resented by Marco Meccia Henry Seibert Walter Grainger Joseph sepate and Ben. Herman were also guests. A sumptuous dinner was prepared by mrs Raffaele Maloy member of local 164, employed at Storrs Schaefer coat and wife of Louis male joint Board Delegate who served the food a table do Hote style with the Able assistance of Ida Defelice recording Secretary and Maria Oliverio and Pasquale Ramundo executive Board members of the local. Red and Amber liquids were served and brought on that mellowed feeling that produces song. Walter Grainger was easily coaxed into beating out some rhythms on the piano that had a mixture of latin american flavor. A group gathered around and Sang a mixture of opera and the favorite quartet stand Bys. Some of the officers retired to another room to match wits in a poker game. Everyone expressed satisfaction at having a most enjoyable evening. Harold Braun chairman of the sick committee still has trouble in getting cooperation of the members in reporting those who Are at Home on account of injury or illness. Please report to him or any of your officers any information you have regarding such members. Some interesting observations at the meeting were the Large number of Young men present and the interest they took in the proceedings the feeling of Confidence of All when Al Jordan is there How concerned our handsome vice president Joe Uehlein seems during a heated discussion the information Bill Krippendorf gave regarding expense of sponsoring a bail team and he should know Dugan Lauck who drinks nothing stronger than h.-2-o tending bar what a Guy. Also noticed was the Large at John Schwarz shoes 752-754-756 a the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Loans on Homes for Homo and commercial television a i Jib do s l a k v in. I ss13 of Tel i Beta my. Do i7m-1 t we have moved to 4 2 4 commercial sonar off Broadway Between 5th and 6th its Western printing 424 commercial Square co. Our Telephone number is unchanged main 6682

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