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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, July 31, 1947, Image 8

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Ice Cream Workers
Return to Jobs as
Pay Hike Ends Strike
About BOO ice cream production
workers and teamsters returned to
work early today, following settle
ment of the strike which had halted
an estimated 80 per cent of Wash
ington’s ice cream manufacturing
during the past eight days.
Industry and labor representa
tives involved met in continuous
session all day yesterday before
reaching an agreement, largely in
connection with wage increases.
11 Per Cent Increase.
At the meeting in the Labor De
partment were Charles B. McClosky.
UU9U1CBA HgCIlL Ui ICC V/rCKill TYWi.
ers' Auxiliary No. 118, Bakers and!
Confectionary Union (AFL); Robert'
Lester, president of the Teamsters'
Joint Council, representing Ice
Cream Drivers’ Union No. Ill, of
the International Brotherhood of
Teamsters (AFL); ' Ford Young,
chairman of the Employe Relations
Committee, ice cream section, Mer
chants and Manufacturers’ Associa
tion, and Commissioners James A.
Holden and James J. O'Byrne of the
United 8tates Conciliation Service.
The new wage boosts involved an
approximate Increase of 11 per cent,
it was said. Hie teamsters Jumped
from $10 a day to $11.10 daily;
skilled production workers from $8.76
to $9.92 for the eight-hour day, with
salaries of other workers raised in
proportion, spokesmen declared.
Minor “fringe” issues, suph as
vacations, also were settled.
A statement issued late yesterday
by Mr. McClosky, Mr. Lester and
Mr. Young, said in part:
“The ftrike of production workers
and teamsters against the unionized
ice cream manufacturers of Wash
ington has been ended.
“The unions are instructing their
members, who have been on strike
since July 28, to return to work Im
mediately.
"The Washington ice cream in
dustry, over a period of years, has
enjoyed harmonious relationships
between management and employe*
'’"All of us join in the sincere belief
that the new settlement mark* the
continuance of such healthy, mutual
understandings and will result in the
maintenance of high standards of
service for the Washington ice cream
dealers and the consuming public.”
, The unionized ice cream com
panies of Washington are Breyer
Ice Cream Co., Carry Ice Cream Co
Colonial Ice Cream, Fuasell-Young
Ice Cream Co- Melvern Dairies, Inc.;
Southern Dairies, Inc- and Wash
ington Jdaid, Jnc.
Boon tor Bolivian workers
Bolivia has ruled that industry
must distribute 25 per cent of net
profits to, workers in addition to
the traditional Christmas bonus of
ope month’s salary to employees and
25 days wages to other workers.
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