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The Sun (Newspaper) - May 2, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe Sun ?�9# i11 con done Auto workers Norwood local ratifies pact for general motors gains local 674, United Auto pay for employees with one workers in a special meeting years seniority on july 1, sunday april 27, ratified the 1947, 60 hours for employees agreements on wages and a with three years seniority on cation improvements reached the same Date and 60 hours by the International unions Foi employees for five or More top general motors negotiate years seniority on the same ing committee and the gen Date. Eral motors corporation. The pm corporation also agreed in addition to the Flat to continue negotiations and Dis tils for pm workers and Thuiy families a the improved vacate n clause i s t h f or i re. A i a 1 a d d i tic n a i c a Cess it which raises the total increase won 14 More than 15c an the agreement which must re ratified by All pm local unions by May 5. 1947, will continue m effect until april 28. 1948,a. Cushions on the Union s old age Llic increase , pm retirement plan and secur. Ploys on the incentive plan Ity insurance program will receive that sum added embodied in the vacation to the earned rate until such clauses Are protections for regime As local unions and Man turned veterans who under the age ments agree on an Incus company a offer w Ould have been Ion of he increase into the pm a in for spent wage Structure of the incentive class i f i cat ions. V ice. The vacation clause also protects workers against loss of time resulting from shutdowns Newburyport mass. Mgt a wive Waich approvingly As a local furl her Mair 1, 1 hardware merchant posts signs announcing Price cuts. Stores so paid holidays a year to Walter p. Reuther. Enter a throughout the City lowered prices 10% after pres. Truman s plea seniority employees an in tonal Union president and color immediate decreases. Unfortunately businessmen in other cities crease in Call in Oak from director of the Union pm de did not follow Newburyport s Lead. Federated pictures r u j apartment. Commenting on the a three to four hours and pm agreement said. One of the most mrs. Hight it h \ list Lher mrs. Malel Conway Higgins formerly end played in the office of local 874. United Auto workers wit in line for congrats la tons Horn local members this Vee when the announcement that a a up i i was bom l mrs. H i g i of or a p Ril 21, w As r a a i Voil both Mot hoi and daughter Art doing fire. Founders elect Maxey Jerry Maxey greater Cincin j Nati Cio Industrial councils a Secretary was elected National chairman of the United Auto workers new foundry wage and hour Council last weekend in j Cleveland. Local 647 and a a employed the local As an organizer. By prove ments in schedules As follows details of Trai Mobile picnic Are worked out vacation significant gains by the Union was 40 hours the corporation s agreement to continue discussions and negotiations of an old age retirement plan and a social Security insurance program to provide medical Hospital sick and Accident Bene r e x a i r conditioner Humidifier of let it i Druid in water 3�th Brit it dts a Estay Pha of cleaning see kexa1r�? be convinced d. C Shelton i it local hit 2508 Ravine st. Cd 4727 by Cliff Thotant u a w 392 return this form to Post office Box 1871, Cincinnati 1, Ohio Here Are the details of the Trai Mobile defense club picnic name. A1 Busch local 647 president Anc dance being held on Satur who with Ervin Rachel of the Day june 7 a Madeira Park address. Striking Griffin wheel unit also i attended As a Delegate said the fun will begin at 11 a. M. J City. Zone. Maxey w As elected by an Over a and continue until 11 p. M. There How Many will attend in your whelming majority. Re Heer soft drinks ice party a adults. A a a v a Cream and dancing from 6 to j children the foundry Council has been. 6 a a in Nomen. Ai a 11 p. M. Sandwiches will be Avail a a a i is 1s i 6 a f Able from a private caterer for i last week we asked for six problems of the Large Section of j those who done to bring their own la doff members to do detail Auto workers who Are employed june let work at the picnic. They will be i paid a fair wage and will work we have planned sports events. Lex hours each a ease Majl adopt a Resolution asking presi including soft Ball and horse shoe a Ltd a to he of ice Box noted Dent Truman and the Senate 1 pitching and Many games for labor committee to set up a j the kiddies. Members now work Bureau of foundries similar to j ing and Laid off their immediate the Bureau of mines because of j families single men and women the hazardous occupations and and their friends boy or girl Are All invited. In foundries. One of the first. Moves of the Council was to the safety and health problems involved. A committee will visit Egton in 1 on this Resolution. Busch said accidents in foundries Are not so spectacular As mine accidents but nonetheless numerous and deadly. The constant exposure to silicosis and other Industrial diseases presents a tremendous problem to the Union. Maxey has been an executive Board member of Cincinnati a Council for the past five years and has served in various capacities for his International Union. In 1944 he was education committee chairman at the grand rapids convention and in 1946 chairman of the credentials committee at the Atlantic City convention which gained much Praise for its Fine work. He is at present Secretary of above. Answers for the passes should he in As soon As possible so plans can be completed. If any members have any suggestions they feel will help in the Good times please fill out the Blank below they will be welcomed. Bring so we can get an idea of just How a your suggestions to the local in Many people will attend and Ion office at 4336 Brownway or will have enough food for them. Passes will be mailed to you. Include them in your request for i passes. It meet sewing entes me Milla n st. Peebles Corner Cali on a free i weeks sewing course will of Given with the Purchase of a f l 00 i s w e if i r d o n a i miss i h i s o a f e k dentistry crowns Bridges cleanings fillings plates extractions 5# your dentist twice a year Cas Mono Caine cold Silver porcelain credit extended to responsible people or. 5. Pollack drs Schantz. And Stephen 612 Vine is. Opp. Enquirer bldg. Cd 693u zone 2 cd 6866 Pili ladies in attendance new busses Are Here _ a a a r a slowly but surely new busses for Cincinnati Street railway Are being delivered. Here Are ten of Twenty big new busses on inspection in Ault Park that were delivered within the last few Days. These busses were made by Mack International motor truck corporation at Allentown a. They Are the first gasoline busses built by Mack to have the new torque converter drives. The ventilating system provides a Complete change of air every one and a half minutes. Heat is evenly distributed in the busses through a vent that has been placed near each seat. The new Macks have the highest Standee windows of any bus to Date providing Clear vision for every passenger. These busses seat 41 passengers. Other equipment on order not yet delivered includes 192 motor busses 165 trolley busses and 25 streamlined Street cars
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