Proceedings of the Consecutive Convention Volume 11, Pts. 1922-1930

Proceedings of the Consecutive Convention Volume 11, Pts. 1922-1930

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...seemed indifferent either to the' conditions of their established locals or to possibilities that might exist for the organization of other locals. ' To the organizations falling within the latter category we recommend that appeals be made for their more active cooperation with the State Federation of Labor and local Central Bodies, where such exist. Your committee feels keenly the existence of a real problem, in the studied indifference of so many workers to either their own locals or the labor movement, but feel that by persistent effforts in each locality, and the active cooperation of the State Federation, this can be overcome. We recommend that the secretary of the State Federation of Labor write the general ofiicers of the Retail Clerks Union, urging that a vacancy in the list of vice-presidents of that organization be filled by appointment from within this state, to the end that the locals of this craft in Wyoming may have the benefit and cooperation of such an ofiicial. ' Signed: John D. Salmond, Chairman; W. A. Cox, W. A. Ball, H, E. Stafford, Andrew Morrow, H. A. Thayer, Walter Swan, Jessie Wight, F. W. Perkinson, Louis W. Bauer, Secretary. Report of committee adopted, recommendations concurred in and the committee discharged with the thanks of the convention. Fraternal Delegate E. R. Hoage called attention to the unionnmade tire and inner tube on display, made by Tuscon Tire Co., Carrollton, Ohio, which was displayed by Secretary Carl Thomason of Casper Trades and Labor Assembly, who had arranged for the sale of the tire. Vice-President Thayer called to the chair. Chairman Young announced that Secretary Schilling of the Committee on Legislation would report for that committee. I Report of Committee more

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  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 367g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236982770
  • 9781236982773