The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 2, 1975 · Page 10
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, December 2, 1975
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TMI MCT$ , TljUt. TUMMY, MCtMBBR J, )»T$ ILA ru//ng (Continued from Page i> "And based on my limited experience, a ruling in 60 days is very prompt action by the court, he said. "I think the case is significant enough to ask the court to reconsider Its decision not to review the case." "This will take months. I imagine our clients would instruct us to file for a rehearing before the Supreme Court first of all. Local longshoremen, if the action is affirmed, a hiring hall plan and classification system will have to be formulated." the case would then go back to U, S. District Judge Rcynaldo G. Gam of Brownsville for a final order incorporating a formula, he said. Gana's 1973 ruling led to the appeals court decision. Once Garza's order is entered, both sides have the right to appeal if either feels the formula is inequitable. Urock said Wells said his 980 member local opposed the merger originally not because of "intergrntion per se, but because of the type of economic structure that would be required." "We opposed the merger originally became we had established our own procedures and thought there would be some conflicts," said Young, whose local claims 1,000 members INSURANCE PROBLEMS? COME TO SOMEONE WHO UNDERSTANDS. FOR MORE THAN 55 YEARS WE'VE BEEN SOLVING PROBLEMS ON HOMEOWNERS AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FOR THE BRAZOSPORT AREA. NOW WE ALSO HAVE EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, LIABILITY AUTO FLEETS, MARINE COVERAGE AS WELL AS BONDS. FOR ALL TYPES OF BUSINESSES. SAVE MONEY ON QUALITY COVERAGE CALL 233-5252 JG. C. HARDMAN, JR. LARRY R. FARLEY, CPCU FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY (Continued from Pago I) merger case was th«t, despite division of work on a 50-50 basis, black longshoremen generally make less since their locals have more members. Watson said the pay is the same in Freeport to black and white longshoremen. He saul membership in the two locals here varies from lime to time, so that sometimes his local has more members and sometimes the white local has more. In response to the government argument that black stevedores make less. Amtell *:>id "fiich local has the opportunity to make the Hours" aiul tluit it's "up to the individual" to earn a ^»xl level of pav The dual, segregated hiring hall system here and at all mm* other Texas ports is bnstnl on tin- system of seniority HoJh Angell and Watson said they didn't know how a new hiring hall and seniority a r ran gem en! would bo worked out Forging a !»:•'* system "would bv a big IIICM.' Angcll said, indicating hi* local to satisfied with the current set-up Watson said of n new system that "to foe fair to anyone, it would lake quite some lime" to work out One snag could arise from the (net that the white local was started in IW, and members have built up seniority since then Blacks could not work at the port until 1964, wht-n I-ocal 1818 was charterwl. Watson pointed oul. "I haven't the leiisl idea how long a merger would take," W.itson *<«ul and Angrlt I'uncurri'd "If the ordtT stands.' Angell said, "it would jus! 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