1923-03-20-16 Ralph Braem
i tOSiererS rreSlu.eni Returns From California P. H. Burns, president of the local Plasterers’ and Cement Finishers* union, has returned from a trip to California and reports conditions and work very good for his line of work out there. At the meeting in Union Labor hall Monday evenin«^ it was reported that all members are working and pros- i memoers ai pects are good. . , ^ , J J nejjican j[g| plastering several bungalows at William Beaumont hos- yital for William Tyler. Ralph Braem, Tommy Forbes and Jesus Brieto are plastering the new building at Texas and Virginia street for Frank Fraser. J. H. Cope, E. and J. Morales are plastering an apartment house at El Paso and Nevada streets for Louie Bothan. Mr. Cope Is a recent arrival from Dallas. P. H. Burns Is president and J. J. Redican is secretary-treasurer.