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The Sun (Newspaper) - March 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe Sun put s one of the Best Randall i nit wins 11c w age boost the Randall co. Unit of local 647, United Auto workers won an 11c increase and a 10c night differential in contract negotiations just concluded Ai Busch president announced this week. The increase is in addition to the 18c the unit received last july. Other features of the new contract Are maintenance of membership with no escape clause automatic dues and Check off Plant wide seniority 00-Day reopening life sick Accident and hospitalization insurance with the company paying 75 per cent of the Premium pay for Union representatives and a no discrimination clause. The n ego to a t i n g com m i 11 be composed of Harold god Bey a Stoutenberg were assisted by William Beckham International represent Tat i be. Local 674 reflects Marrer president by Eddie h Ell it amp the result of the election at local 674, United Auto workers is announced herewith. Willis a., Marrer was re elected president of the local for his third term. Joseph White was elected vice president r g. Chi a h Ester recording Secretary Harrison Dunseth. Financial Secretary treasurer Edwin Burg Heim trustee one year unexpired term Clyde Reeves three year trustee Thom As Burke sergeant at arms. Herbert Mcadams guide and members at Large William pc skins. Fisher body and James Clark. Chevrolet. Fisher body bargaining committeemen Are Lee of Leary and Homer Rankin alternate. District 1 Harry Miller and Everett. It 1 Barry Hardin and William Perkins alternate. District 3 Eldon Vea re 1. And. Clarence Smith Al Ternate District 4 Oscar Patton and Roben Faw alternate District 5. Chevrolet bargaining committeemen Aie Eddie Hellkamp chairman Eulon Jeffries and James Gay alternate District 1 Charles Barnett my George Fraley alternate District 2 Herbert Floyd and Jack Fisher alternate District 3 Wallace Gray and Glen Hughes alternate District 4 Kirby Reeves and Orville priest alternate. District 5 James Clark and Ray Mignery alternate. District 6 general motors truck and coach Divisich n bargaining committeemen Are John. Muchley chairman m. A Snyder and alternate Gerige c Jones. Plant Pruitt Chiun bargaining committeemen Are David he is Roger Coombs and Jesse mor Ford. Alternates Aie Ralph Groves c. Larsen and William Pruiett. The a fairer and committeemen will i it installed at out not it regular meeting at 8 p or. In do it Maich 21, at Odd fellow Hall 5129 Montgomery re had Norw my a org each and every member i it by present at the meeting you. Have Given them your vote new give them your Confidence 1 it your presence at the meeting at the meeting the delegates to it pm conference will give i report c i the results of if it a meeting a you Art interested in film. Retirement plan then do your pan and fill in the questionnaire tan that was sent to you a it u we t is ago. Only 50 be r cent of those who received the cards m Letai >74 have returned them. Just fill them in and Diop them m the nearest mail he x. Yet it 111 to a q is appreciated Virginia Mayo is one of the Many reasons Why the a est years of our lives is winning Universal acclaim As one of Hollywood s greatest films. Federated pictures Trai Mobile local installs new officers the new officers committeemen and stewards elected by the membership of local 392, United Auto workers were installed on tuesday March 11, by Louis Strickland International representative. Charles Kuester president assured the membership of the cooperation of the executive Board and committees with the membership. Chester Nichols bargaining committee chairman said his committee will go along with True collective bargaining and will also cooperate completely with the members. Clifford Thomas education committee chairman said the stewards Council will meet at 7 30 p. M., wednesday March 19, at 3259 Madison Road. The Council consists of the bargaining committee chief stewards stewards and education committee members. There will be an executive Board meeting on tuesday March 18, for the purpose of formulating Board policy. Also the Beard will set up the various committee in conformity with the Constitution. Board members will be notified of the time and place in the shop. T h e Trai Mobile basketball team has won 12 straight games this season. They will play the Theata vets at 8 p. M., monday March 17, at the Norwood High school. Rite your congressman to vote 3ainst anti labor Laws 219 e. Eighth st. Cherry 6273 Premier press company printers. Publishers newspapers advertising circulars a broadsides Cincinnati Ohio Shillito s 1000-car garage Safe convenient downtown parking a Complete lubrication car washing a Simon izing a guaranteed starting a Crank Case Flushing a wheel balancing a fast Battery charging estimates re tally riven on general heparin anti motor tune a n if Ork a Shillito s 1000-car garage seventh and Elm streets
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