American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation And Local No. 1770, Amalgamated Association Of Iron, Steel & Tin Workers Of North America, C. I. O., 455 (1940)
|Docket Number:||R-1097 SECOND AMENDMENT TO AND SUPPLEMENTAL DIRECTION OF ELECTION February 16|
In the Matter of AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION and LOCAL No. 1770, AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF IRON,
STEEL & TIN WORKERS OF NORTH AMERICA, C. I. O.
Case No. R-1097 SECOND AMENDMENT TO AND SUPPLEMENTAL DIRECTION OF ELECTION February 16, 1940 On March 14, 1939, the National Labor Relations Board, herein called the Board, issued a Decision and Direction of Election in this proceeding,2 and on March 21, 1939, the Board issued an Amendment thereto,' directing that an election by secret ballot be conducted at such time as the Board might thereafter direct, under the direction and supervision of the Regional Director for the Fourteenth Region (St. Louis, Missouri), acting in this matter as agent for the Board and subject to Article III, Section 9, of National Labor Relations Board Rules and Regulations-Series 1, as amended, among the production and maintenance employees of the American Radiator Company at its plant at Litchfield, Illinois, whose names appeared upon the pay roll of the said Company for the week ending October 1, 1938, revised to include the name of Charles Cayce, including shipping-room employees, janitors, and charwomen, but excluding supervisory, office, and salaried employees, and watchmen who also have the status of deputy sheriffs, and excluding also those employees who have since quit or been discharged for cause, to determine whether they desire to be represented by Local No. 1770, Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel & Tin Workers of North America, affiliated with the Committee for Industrial Organization,4 or by Litchfield 1The Board was advised on January 17, 1940, that American Radiator Company had been dissolved on January 31, 1939, and was succeeded by American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. On February 1, 1940, the Board served notice on all parties that, unless sufficient cause to the contrary shall have appeared by February 7, 1940, the name American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation would be substituted for the name American Radiator Company in this proceeding. Cause to the contrary not having appeared, the name American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation is henceforth substituted for the name American Radiator Company in this proceeding.
2 s 4 Now the Congress of Industrial Orgauiiations.
20 N. L.. B., No. 4).
Radiator Workers' Association, for the purposes of collective bargaining, or by neither.
On April 12, 1939, Litchfield Radiator Workers' Association filed a...
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