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    • "CWA 'Hi, Mom' Call Three Months Early"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Louthan, Mrs. J.R.; Louthan, Charles; United States Navy; Communication Workers of America, Local No. 6201; Vietnam War
    • Mrs. J.R. Louthan was happy to receive a call from her son, Charles, who was serving in the U.S. Navy in Vietnam. The phone charges were paid by Communication Workers of America, Local No. 6201.
    • "Musicians Conference Scheduled in Austin"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Musicians Union; Texas Association of American Federation of Musicians Local Unions; Foeller, Kenneth; Martin, Ronnie;...
    • Kenneth Foeller, Ronnie Martin, and A.L. "Red" Woodward planned to attend a meeting of the Texas Association of American Federation of Musicians Local Unions.
    • "Chavez to Speak Here November 26"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Chavez, Cesar; Sifford, J.W.; Tarrant County Central Labor Council
    • Cesar Chavez planned to join a picket of supermarkets in Fort Worth to support a boycott of table grapes. J.W. Sifford, president of the Tarrant County Central Labor Council, expected to hold a press conference during his visit.
    • "Building Trades Await Word on Airport Committee Idea"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Lowery, Charles; Fort Worth Building and Construction Trades Council; Keeler, David; Dallas Building and Construction Trades...
    • Charles Lowery, president of the Fort Worth Building and Construction Trades Council, and David Keeler, president of the Dallas Building and Construction Trades Council, asked city officials to create a labor-management committee charged with...
    • "CLC Raises Funds for Youth Conference"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Sifford, J.W.; Tarrant County Central Labor Council; Youth Citizenship Conference; Texas AFL-CIO
    • President J.W. Sifford announced that the Tarrant County Central Labor Council was soliciting donations to send teenagers to the Youth Citizenship Conference sponsored by the Texas AFL-CIO.
    • "OPEIU Files Unfair Labor Charges Against Anadite"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Office and Professional Employes International Union, Local No. 277; Office and Professional Employees International Union;...
    • Office and Professional Employes International Union, Local No. 277, filed unfair labor charges with the National Labor Relations Board against Anadite Corporation, alleging that the company refused to negotiate with the union.
    • "Local 198 Accepts Four Applications for Pensions"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Typographical Union, Local No. 198; Evans, Harry; King, Roy; Lawler, Porter; Minyard, Joe
    • Typographical Local No. 198 approved pensions for Harry Evans, Roy King, Porter Lawler and Joe Minyard.
    • "Echols Plays 69th Rodeo"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Echols, Bob; Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo; Musicians Union, Local No. 72; Bricklayers Union, Local No. 6
    • Bob Echols played the clarinet with the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo band every year since 1900. He was a member of Musicians Local No. 72 and Bricklayers Local No. 6.
    • "Legal 'Union Shops' Expected in Texas"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; General Dynamics; Right-to-work; Union Shop; Open Shop; Agency Shop
    • Texas unions believed that defense industries such as General Dynamics might not be subject to state right-to-work laws because the property had been ceded to the federal government.
    • "Labor Again Moves in Vanguard Of Ft. Worth Town Hall Project"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Tarrant County Central Labor Council; Overcash, Clifton; Downtown Fort Worth Association; Fort Worth City Council; Town Hall...
    • The Tarrant County Central Labor Council passed a resolution in support of Clifton Overcash of the Downtown Fort Worth Association, who had encouraged the City Council to rejuvenate the Town Hall Movement.
    • "In Preparation of Vacation Time"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Ladies Auxiliary to Pressmen Union, Local No. 51; Braniff Airlines
    • The Ladies Auxiliary to Pressmen Local No. 51 hosted a showing of travel movies provided by Braniff Airlines.
    • "Pressman to Be Employed Full-Time at Area Church"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Wilson, Coleman; Pressmen Union, Local No. 51; Fort Worth Press; Colleyville Church of Christ
    • Coleman Wilson, a member of Pressmen Local No. 51, left his position at the Fort Worth Press to become a "minister of personal evangelism" at Colleyville Church of Christ.
    • "Death Claims Political Veteran"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Douglas, Sarah Emma; United States Supreme Court; Carter, Jack; Democratic Party
    • Sarah Emma Douglas, who won a Supreme Court decision to restore herself and Jack Carter as State Democratic Committeemen after the 1948 election, died in Fort Worth.
    • "Building Trades Face Job Slump Here"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Carpenters Union, Local No. 1822; Iron Workers Union, Local No. 263; Nixon, Richard
    • Fort Worth unions such as Carpenters Local No. 1822 and Iron Workers Local No. 263 blamed a slowdown in construction jobs on President Nixon's federal cutbacks.
    • "Financial Losses Noted in Mailers Union's 'Weigh-In' "

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Davis, Carlton; Lunsford, Steve; Mailers Union, Local No. 119
    • Carlton Davis and Steve Lunsford, members of Mailers Local No. 119, challenged each other to lose weight and pledged financial incentives for $1 per pound difference at monthly weigh ins.
    • "Fort Worth Como Bi-Weekly"

    • "Fort Worth Como Bi-Weekly"; "Fort Worth Como Weekly"; "Lake Como Weekly"; Como; Fort Worth, Texas
    • By 1969 "Fort Worth Como Weekly" became a bi-weekly newspaper and changed its name to "Fort Worth Como Bi-Weekly."
    • "Cement Workers Get $1 Package Hike"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions-Texas-20th Century; Southern Labor History-20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers Union, Local No. 68; Trinity Portland Cement Company; Federal Mediation and Conciliation...
    • Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers Local No. 68 and Trinity Portland Cement Company agreed to a 2-year contract with the assistance of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.

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