Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1968 · Page 22
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June 27, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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ALTON EVENING , 3W® 27,1968 American Oil and OCAW To Resume Negotiations Contract negotiations between Wood ftivef American Oil Co. and the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union are scheduled to resume Wednes day after a 12-day recess. The company, forced by federal court action to recognize the OCAW as the official bargaining agent for 500 refinery workers, is expected to present its first proposals at the meeting, Lester Lasbury, president of the local OCAW, told the Telegraph his five-man bargaining team has presented most of the union's proposals. But he said that additional demands would probably be made of the company in Wednesday's session. In a previous series of talks, company officials have heard basic proposals such as rate of COLD EIDE — The nation's First Lady, Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, steps onto the snow at the 6,700-foot level of Oregon's Mt. Hood. She is helped by the driver of the vehicle and Richard Kohnstamm, operator of Timberline Lodge on the mountain. (AP Wire- photo) pay and working conditions. Still at issue is Whether the company will consider mote than 40 supervisory personnel as union members. Lasbury has said that the company wants to assign the supervisors as management personnel This, Lasbury said, can be interpreted only as an attempt to dilute the union's bargaining power in the event Of a strike. The supervisors were members of the old union, dropped by refinery workers in 1964. American Oil employes have been without a contract since the summer of 1904 and later Voted to adopt the OCAW union as their bargaining agent. After nearly four years of .le- gal battles, the union emerged the winner. Decisions by the National Labor Relations Board, and several federal courts upheld by unanimous vote the employes' right to choose the OCAW union as their bargaining agent. American Oil Co. exhausted every possible legal channel in its losing effort. Brighton Picnic Opens Friday BRIGHTON — The annual street picnic, sponsored by the Brighton Picnic Association, will be held Friday and Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. Burgoo soup, as well as chicken and fish dinners, is on the menu both nights. A special feature will be the "Kuchen Korner" where home made goodies such as coffee cake will be of- fered- for sale. Entertainment is scheduled for all ages each evening. Yung- You-Rides will be featured. Approximately 15 to 25 attendance prizes will be given each night. On Friday evening Pearl Ferguson will provide entertainment and on Saturday night Bob Hastings and his band will appear. The Brighton Picnic Associa- tioii was organized during World War n by.Brighton businessmen as a community service project and the street picnic has continued in popularity. Proceeds this year will be used for construction of curbs and gutters in the community. Jack Hall, owner of Hall's Drug Store, is president of the association. 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