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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 21, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Rack a set Nat bulletin feb. 21, is Flo Kec. 1. Page 2 Case local of s strike asks to resume talks f continued from Page 1 there Are 1,900 production and maintenance employees in the bargaining unit. The president of local 180 raid that Union officials will Contact the Compi Iny officials fairly next week with a Roqu Osi that negotiations with the Union s bargaining committee resume. Tie bargaining committee was Given authority to Call saturday s strike vote when negotiations Between the Union and the company broke off after two meetings the Union spokesmen said the Union officials said the Union had submitted a summary of is issues it seeks improvements in which they added arc Standard Industry contract in a letter to employees on feb. If .1. A. Nelson general manager of the Case co. Said that the company on feb. 3 formally rejected the Union s demands except wages As outlined in the 18 Points. The Union maintains that the company refused to consider them. Make wage offer the company said it presented a contract proposal to the Union which included an 8 to 10 cents an hour Day rate increase and 3 per cent on incentive jobs. The offer covers a 2-year period with a 1-year wage reopened. , in a letter to Clausen works employees on feb. 5, said the 18 Points made by the Union have been proposed by the Union in the past and have been discussed with them in great detail Over very Long periods of time. They have eventually been rejected by the company As being either unsound or unacceptable since they put functions in the control of the Union which Are properly the responsibility of list Union Points the Union listed As its is Points these 1. Supplemental unemployment benefits plan in Standard form comparable to other agricultural implement manufacturers. 2. Hospital medical and life insurance program to be paid completely by the company. 3. An escalator clause and improvement Factor of the same Type As presently incorporated in other agreements. 4. The a 1. Case pension plan to be funded have a joint administration committee composed of an equal number of Union and company representatives with vested rights and Early retirement and total disability. 5. Arbitration Section revised to allow More than one grievance to be heard by the same arbitrator. Point to seniority 6. Holiday improvement of language and for holidays falling on saturdays. 7. Seniority the present department and departmental grouping seniority procedure to be extended Plant wide. In any dispute on qualifications to perform the work an employee shall be Given a trial period of three Days. 8. Top seniority shall be Given to nil stewards Over their constituents bargaining com Iii Jod Unai Timph so Nav u Linin fourth it Chr i Burnul in tors Chin int w Rrt j n Mcmyn Rrt. Part Liurni no Rrt a . Hurtin. 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Leaves of absence for unlimited periods shall be granted to any employee who leaves the Plant to work either for the local or for the International Union. Elimination of company requirement for leaves of absence in Case of illness injury and vacations when vacation assignments Are made during certain Calendar limits. 12. The company shall have the right to discipline pm Noyes Only for a Good and just cause and before any employee is disciplined a hearing shall be held in which the Union shall be represented by its stewards bargaining committeemen and officers As Well As All witnesses to the incident involving possible discipline. 13. Piecework piecework prices once established shall not be changed except where a change in method material or specifications has taken place and then Only the element or elements affected shall be reflect pm in the Chian be of the piecework Price. 14. Average earnings Sigall be paid whenever an incentive worker is required to leave his work at the request of the company. 15. Open and new jobs shall be posted and filled by pro motions based on seniority and i qualifications. Ask improved language 16. Skilled trades supple mint with apprenticeship draining program. 17. Improved articles on vacations hours and overtime and safety and health. Elimination from the contract of All vague words such As whenever possible and where practicable. 18. Wages a general wage increase straight across the Board on All timing and hour Jling rates. Elimination of certain wage rate inequalities. Poisoner s death listed As suicide Beacon. . I a the death of Harlow Fraden feb. \2 in Mattawan state Hospital for the criminal insane was listed saturday As suicide. Fraden killed his parents seven years ago with poisoned Champagne cocktails i or. Chester g o 1 d 1 n a dutchess county medical examiner said Fraden. 28. Took an overdose of barbiturates on the night of feb. 10. Where he got it we Don t know or. Golding said. Fraden s parents. Or. And mrs. William Fraden were found dead in their new York apartment in August 1953. Fraden admitted giving them cocktails laced with cyanide. A wire photo two men stranded by deep Snow on the Pennsylvania Turnpike caught some sleep at a restaurant near Somerset pa., while waiting for the Road to be cleared. Snow pays visit to Wisconsin again 2 skiers killed Bryon. Switzerland Imp two Swiss women skiers were killed Here saturday when a ski lift Cable car fell to the ground. The four other occupants of the car were injured seriously. Continued from Page 1 Kansas City Airport began diverting traffic because of poor visibility. Inch of Hail the storm pelted two Oklahoma communities with nearly an Inch of Hail. Oklahoma City reported ii ail stones the size of Golf balls. A Tornado was seen near Watonga okla. In the East where the storm s death toll stood at 18, i Gale blown Snow and towering drifts hampered Rescue efforts in hard hit new York Pennsylvania and Maryland. Road Crews fought through drifts up to 18 feet High along the new York thruway and cleared most of the motorists stranded at crowded service areas by the storm that dumped up to 26 inches of Snow on tie state. Stalled vehicles More than a thousand vehicles had been stalled along the superhighway and a spokesman said abandoned cars would have to be cleared before the Highway s segment j Between Syracuse and Buffalo could be re opened. Late saturday the Pennsylvania Turnpike was reopened and thousands of motorists stranded in restau a rants motels and churches i some since thursday night be a Gan moving slowly homeward. 185-mile stretch of the turn Pike had been closed Between Gettysburg and Irwin by the Snow that reached three feet on the Western slopes of the Allegheny mountains. One Turnpike restaurant sheltered 300 marooned motorists who got along so Well in adversity they even offered to help Wash the dishes. Maryland also dug out of deep drifts left by the storm that gave the state its worst wintry pounding in two dozen years As up to 31 inches of Snow fell in the Western portion. Release 2 from . After crash off Cuba Road toll rises to 84 in state by the a isolated Presil a Manitowoc youth died in a Hospital saturday night of injuries received in an automobile Accident earlier in the Day. I his death raised the Wisconsin i traffic toll for the year to 84, i compared with 87 on this Day a year ago. Kenneth r. Grail 18, Manitowoc was alone in his car when it hit a Cement Culvert at the Crest of an overhead North of Manitowoc Early saturday. He was taken to a Manitowoc Hospital where he died. Mrs. Anna Zimmerman 42, it. 1, Richfield was killed saturday afternoon when the panel truck she was driving veered out of control and struck a car on Highway 100 just North of Milwaukee. Michael Fox 8, son of or. And mrs. Arthur Fox of Sheboygan was killed saturday when he was run Over by a passing Semi trailer truck on a Northside Street in Sheboygan. The boy Riding a bicycle was caught Between the truck and a parked car and was thrown under the rear wheels of the truck which was loaded with plywood. Mrs. Violet Slaby 38, of Franklin died in Milwaukee i county general Hospital Friday night of injuries suffered thursday in a two car collision. Greek actor Dies Athens Greece up Basil logo hides 62, one of Greece s most popular actors died saturday after a heart attack. He had travelled extensively in the United states where his performances Drew Large crowds in greek communities. A wire photo Bertie gets a Bat Bertie a Hippopotamus at the Denver City Park zoo enjoys a Hose Type Shower every morning when keeper Tom Sherri fills the Hippo swimming Pool. The Pool is drained nightly and refilled with fresh every morning at which thine Bertie is showered tie poo is Ilien filled with clean water. Propeller kills 2 in Snow sled Blackfoot Idaho i a the whirling prop of a Snow plane broke from its mounting and sliced into the occupants of the Sleigh like vehicle saturday. A Man and two Small boys on the vehicle were killed As horrified rela Tives watched. Another boy Larry Draper 5, escaped injury. Dead were Leonard Findlay 32, of Riverside Idaho his son Kelly a and Lance a. Draper 9. They were out for a ride on the Snow plane a vehicle with Sleigh like runners which is powered by an air plane motor mounted in the rear. A propeller attached to the motor pushes the Snow plane along like a sled. The Frame holding the motor broke and the still spinning propeller flew Forward into the occupants. A Heel lifts Al split or Small cuban Competition v apr half soles in 1-79 la he Jeff Man i Weman i children i. Laihar or composition. Rubber Keels for Man. M Goa women and / or a children f while you wait or shop Servici Rafine dry goods two Way about 1 Iii 1 thcri6ht was important Karl Kari via All la Ihrer a All a a or a Rabat or Jan tial  Diiura my its ii a trait 1 . 1 5 Racine s ending men s store sixth at Wisconsin Havana go two Brothers from Stony Point n.y., were released by cuban naval authorities saturday after an investigation of the crash of their Light plane off Cuba s Northeast coast Friday. Alfred 29, and Thomai Mcadoo 28, escaped injury when they crash landed at sea about 155 Miles from Cay Santo Domingo. A passing motor ship rescued the Brothers and brought them into port Gibara. 0 sixth sixth at Villa 9 00 to 9 00 monday Only i George Day Sale George Washington told tie truth when he chopped Down a Cherry tree and we Are telling the truth about sonic fantastic bargains in this last Chance of All Winter fashions. We have really chopped prices 2 suits that were to 59.50.$21 9 sports Oats that were to $50. $15 5 topcoats that were to 59.50.$21 47 shirts that were to 4 jackets that were to 29.50.$5 bargain table belts that were to 2.50 .75c tics that were to 2.50 .75c you can t afford to miss this strictly door busters an added �1 inducement for Early shoppers Winter Coats that were $50 . .$15 5 Winter coals that were $ i0 . .$22 1 1� dresses that were to. A \ 30 dresses that were to $40____ . $5 1 9 blouses that were to 8.95____ . $1 i 1 skirts that were to $15. . $3 Winter suits that were to $75 .$19 i 1 fur trim suit that was $170 .$70 i 1 leather coat that was $120 .$48 y 2 leather Coats that wore .$100 .$42 168 remaining Winter Coats suits 1 half -/2 Price and less

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