Dominic Bianchini-Spicer

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Dominic Bianchini-Spicer - so that it." of the bicycle, PREVIOUS ACTION...
so that it." of the bicycle, PREVIOUS ACTION 1000 Attend Meeting, Hear Review of Parleys Spicer Manufacturing division employes, reversing their decision of two months ago, voted five to one yesterday afternoon against calling a strike. The vote was taken during a three-hour session in which union- corporation conferences of the past year were outlined for the em- ployes. In all 692 workers cast their ballots. Of that total, 574 voted against a strike; 114 voted in favor of a strike, and four ballots ballots were void. The meeting was held in Sunnybrook Sunnybrook ballroom, starting at 2 p. ¥ * * MOKE THAN 1000 employes, many of whom have been laid off in past several months, attended the big meeting which was called by joint order of the UAW-CIO international international union and Local 644. At least 300 of the workers who and funded the meeting didn't customers. health th The past Aug. 2 the unit mem- ership approved the calling of a trike by a vote of 479 to 51. By that vote members empow- red the bargaining committee to all the strike if necessary. Yesterday's session included a thorough conference-by-conference conference-by-conference report on all phases of activities at the huge plant for the past 13 months. It touched upon such instances is the announced closing of the Jpicer plant in September, 1952, the Philadelphia -union-corporation, meetings of a year ago, and included included the most recent meeting between, officials of both the company company and the union. | Among the officials present were of of David of the international; George Kampf, international representative; Clyde T. Bertolet, president of Amalgamated Amalgamated Local 644; Blair F. Miller, chairman of the Spicer shop unit; Russell Saltzer, vice president of the amalgamated; Dominic Bianchini. Bianchini. secretary of the Spicer unit, and Stephen Lazenski, James Can- neli, Carl Herbine, Harry Fredericks,- Fredericks,- shop committee. readers. OB

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 03 Oct 1953, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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