The South Jersey District, Gayner is running smoothly

[Trade Journal]

Publication: The Glassworker

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
vol. 31, no. 25, p. 5, col. 3-4

The South Jersey District.

Salem, N. J., March 20. The strike fever has struck Salem. It comes annually with the blue bird. This time it is the gatherers in the twister department. The furnace was shut down temporarily as a result of the strike.

Another tank had been shut down for repairs, which have been completed and all are now at work in that department.

Branch No. 6, of this city, now has a membership of about 300.

Everything is running smoothly at the Gayner glass works.

"Uncle Joe" Beatty has returned home from Canada.

Some of our members have given up their places to fish for the celebrated Delaware river shad.

President D. A. Hayes and Secretary William Launer attended our last meeting and gave us very interesting talks on trade conditions and the achievement of organized labor.

The writer received your Glass Trade Directory for 1913, end will say that all glassworkers should secure a copy. It will save asking a great many questions. The directory is a good thing and is very completely and neatly gotten up. Fort Mott.


Keywords:Gayner Glass Works
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:November 21, 2008 by: Bob Stahr;