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All this at a price far less than competitive units. The members of Local 470 held their sixth annual 35-year pin presentation and ihcir 13th annual 25-year pin presentation, honoring their members with a cocktail party and later a smorgasboard dinner. Bentson, Gus Berglund, Richard Birnel, A Ibert Carr, Eugene R. Davis, Mike Frank, Henry Gciger, Fred Giessel, Raymond Gores, John J. Harlan, Joseph Janowski, Merrill Johnson, Edward Kinsley, Charles Ledbetter, Harold P. Ed Stollenwerk, Steve Kleibor, John Kuick, Jack Nolden, and Mike Balen, business manager of the District Council, who awarded the pins. Members who received 35-year pins included: front row, left to right, Ray Hoeinke. ^ Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation Cm FEMi United Brofherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America L--v. Everything we know about designing a power tool has gone into this rugged new ail-purpose Cut-Saw. With a full 1" stroke for faster cutting and longer blade life. See your local Black & Decker Industrial/ Construction distributor. 3103-09-Sturdy steel box with blade assortment and Allen wrench. INDUSTRIAL/CONSTRUCTION DIVISION • TOWSON, MD 21204 19 Service Brotherhood A gallery of pictures showing some of the senior members of the Broth- erhood who recently received pins for years of service in the union. 25-YEAR MEMBERS— Arvid Berg, Arthur Sundby, Nils Gimse, Lyle Coker, William Maxwell, Clayton Sweancy, Fritz Bohren, Alvin Woods, Steve Mullen, Andrew Manos.
A new blade clamping system for faster, easier blade changes with added clamping power. A new front-end design that seals grease in while sealing contamination out and re- duces vibration for more comfort and control. JANUARY, 1978 An innovative adjustable rocker shoe for improved control. And an abrasion-resistant new urethane boot that both insulates and protects, for extra safety and comfort. Members who received 25-year pins: Front row, left to right, M.
Back row, John Shopofski, Joe Stollenwerk, Bert Kuklinski, Frank Eisenzopf, Alex Snmkowski, and Walter Elmer.
Two of them — Ben Bergmann and Joe Schitzman — received 50-year pins.