Title: Bulletin - Women's Trade Union League of Chicago
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Title: Bulletin - Women's Trade Union League of Chicago
Series Title: Bulletin - Women's Trade Union League of Chicago.
Physical Description: 46 v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Women's Trade Union League of Chicago
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Chicago
Publication Date: May 1950
Frequency: monthly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Labor unions -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Labor unions -- Illinois -- Chicago   ( lcsh )
Women -- Employment -- Illinois -- Chicago   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: V. 1-46, Apr. 1912-Nov. 1929
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume numbering irregular.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00089422
Volume ID: VID00009
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 01815681

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Vol. XLII MAY 1950 No. 1-5

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 11, at 7:30
630 South Ashland Boulevard
ELECTION OF OFFICERS, EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS AND DELEGATES.
POLLS OPEN FROM 4 TO 8 O'CLOCK
SPEAKER: Mrs. Jane Biggerstaff, Chairman, Women's Division,
Labor's League for Political Education
SUBJECT: The Women's Division of Labor's League for
Political Education

ANNUAL MAY PARTY

Canasta Bridge Pinochle Bunco
Door Prizes Table Prizes Refreshments
At our annual May Party which will be held Friday evening,
May 19, at our Club House, 630 South Ashland Boulevard.
BE SURE and hold this date. Tickets, including tax, 74(.

WHY DO WOMEN, WORK?
The Women's Bureau of the U. S. Department 'of Labor is making a
study of the financial responsibilities of women workers who are
union members which it was urged to do by its Labor Advisory Com-
mittee.
The Women's Trade Union League is co-operating in this and making
"it a part of its program.
thousand questionnaires have been distributed in Chicago
at Unions with women members. All information obtained from
o fill out the questionnaire is entirely confidential. No
Sed to sign her name. It is hoped to have as many as pos-
ese questionnaires completed and returned and then sent
'omen's Bureau as it is believed the information sought
to trade union women generally.






May 1950 Page 2

THE FOLLOWING WILL BE ON THE BALLOT AT THE ELECTION MAY 11:

OFFICERS
FOR PRESIDENT

Anne Ryson, Chicago Typographical Union Local No. 16
Clara Stegmann, Bindery Women's Union Local No. 30

FOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Christine La Muth, Retail Clerks Union Local No. 1550
Margaret Mahr, Millinery Workers Union Local.No, 52

FOR SECRETARY

Hazel Dugan

FOR TREASURER

Mrs. Victoria Sandusky, Casket Workers Union Local No. 166
Frances Scott, Auxiliary to Photo-Engravers Union Local No. 5

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

17 to be elected
Bernice Asire, Woman's Aux., to Chicago Typographical Union No. 16
Emily Bosse, Auxiliary to Photo-Engravers Union Local No. 5
Mary Cameron
Margaret Cejka, Bindery Women's Union Local No. 30
Lena Deigler, Bindery Women's Union Local No. 30
Alberta Fletcher, Chicago Typographical Union Local No. 16
S. Cameron Goodwin, Office Employes International Union No. 28
Hattie Hayman, Loyal Lodge #9, Aux., Int'l., Assin., of Machinists
Mollie Heck, Boot and Shoe Workers Union Local No. 93
Anna Klibanoff, Dress Makers Union Local No. 100, I.L.G.W.U.
Emma Krueger, Millinery Workers Union Local No. 52
Mollie Levitas, Office Employes International Union No. 28
Anna Loftus, Miscellaneous Workers Union Local #261, I.L.G.W.U.
Florence MoNally, Office Employes International Union No. 28
Alice Morton, Chicago Waitresses Union Local No. 484
Eleanor Mueller, Upholsterers & Furniture Workers Union Local #18
Della Muesig, Belt Workers Union Local No. 75
Victoria Sandusky, Casket Workers Union Local No. 166
Jean Robertson Schlimbach, Central Lodge No. 50, International
Association of Machinists
Genevieve Souther, Chicago Teachers Union Local No. 1
rs. Steve C. Sumner
lena Wilson, The Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of
Sleeping Car Porters
to the Chicago Federation of Labor: Beatrice Cameron,
n and Mollie Levitas; to the Chicago Trades Union Label
ice Morton and Mrs. Victoria Sandusky; Auditing Com-
ttie Hayman and Mrs. Halena Wilson.




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