The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 15, 1948 · Page 15
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July 15, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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Detroit. July 14 ·'/**--The, Ford! lotor Co. gave the ClO-Unitedi o Workers what it called its: final offer" tonight--a flat 13-! «nts *n hour wage increase and; lh«r non-wage benefits. There was no iinsjeciiate rcp2y rom the union ES to whether the . offer is acceptable. The so-called fringe benefits include an improved group insurance plan, higher sfterr.ocn and: nijhr-shifi pay differentials, and nsproved vacation provision?. The company also proposed extension I the present contract for a year evond i T s scheduled expiration uiy 15. 1949. Ford mace its "final offer" at ne first night negotiating session intre bargaining started June 15. The union's latest counter pro- xssal demanded a flat !4-cer.t an wur raise and other benefits boosting the demand to a ictai oi 25 cents. ; Negotiations resumed on she eve a huddle tomorrow of t h e UAVT's National Ford Ceur.es! called to consider the union's pos- tion and n^ake recommendations Walter Reuther. UAY." president. «aid earlier :n' ihe \veek that the union would feel free to call a strike if there was no a;resm2nt by Thursday. The Ford negotiations affect workers in 45 plants in rsore than it score ol states. Their current ap- jroxirnaie average is Si.52 a n ; »our. : j Criticism Of Feller ! Unjust, Veeck Stale? Cle\ eland. July 14 ··--President Bill Yeeck of the Cleveland Indians to-day ;-aid he felt Bobby Feller wss setting a great ce! of undeserved criticism because the club withdrew the hurler from the all- star fquad. "*O3t person? apparently believe Feller had something to do with the action.' Veeck said in a statement released by the Tribe frcnt office. "Actually, however, he didn't have anything to do whh it. It was directed by Manager Lou Boudreau and myself." Feller, who spent the part two days with his family -i* Wauke.zar.. 111., was ' willing er.d looking forward to playing in the game." the Tribe pfesiden? soded Vcrck said that after Bob Lemon and Feller both \vere selected for the team, the Indians felt cne pitch- er from each dub w a s encash F?1-' Ruth wen 4 , back to h? hospital, ler was withdrawn instead of Lc:r- i The physician y-;d Ruth had ; cainod five pounds since entering · on bccaus? the latter had not had the opportunity before to play in an ' the hospital late in June. all-star same. Veeck continued. \ -- . ir both had accepted, and had pitched, neither one --would have been fresh for tomorrow night'* Nf»g. Fredrick. M*.. Thursday. July 15. 19W j The heat of the wire inside an ' incandescent !i?ht bulb is between i 4.000 and 5.600 decrees F.. so in- doubleh«drr -Uh FhitoWpbto.! TM '£. ^'wMMto \ *brkk tn? curly-hsirca ciuo official sa:d. - ; now. BABE OK_*y Kew Yo.-k. July 34 -,r---Bsbe : ^^Ai. 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