The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 180
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THE ACTIVATOR May
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE
(Continued from Page 178)
Federation of Architects, Engineers,
Chemists and Technicians (C. I. O. Esti-
mated membership 10,000, mostly sub-
Research and Engineering Professional
Employees' Association of the Standard
Oil Co. of Indiana (membership about
200, mostly professional).
Association of Industrial Scientists of
Shell Development (mostly professional).
On Feb. 29, 1944, the NLRD gave offi-
cial recognition to the Research and En-
gineering Professional Employees' Asso-
ciation as the collective bargaining agent
for the professional engineering and re-
search personnel at the Whiting Refinery
of the Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. The
With the closing of this publishing
year, the editorial staff, cannot help
passing the tribute, of the entire Dallas-
Fort Worth section, to the advertisers,
who have made this publication pos-
It is very pleasant to have the cooper-
ation that these people give us in our
humble efforts to pass on to the mem-
bers the rumblings and news of the
We are deeply grateful to our adver-
tisers for the pleasant relationship of
this past year and we trust that this
friendship will continue to our mutual
AND LIQUID LEVEL
new bargaining unit includes nearly all
of the nonsupervisory professional em-
ployees at the refinery.
In general, the A. I. S. (Shell) interests
itself in all questions pertaining to the
economic and professional status and
working conditions of the professional
employees. It investigates the general
salary levels of industrial scientists as
compared with those of other industrial
or professional groups. If the A. I. S.
finds that these levels (at Shell Develop-
ment) are below what they reasonably.
should be, then the A. I. S. makes rec-
ommendations designed to raise these
levels to their proper value, and seeks
and employs means for carrying out these
recommendations. The A. I. S. petitioned
the NLRB for certification in February,
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Page
J. T. Baker -- 162
Barker & Adamson -- 169
Central Scientific Co.-- 181
Coleman Electric Co.-- --- 188
Corning Glass Works -- 185
Dow Corning -- 173
Fisher Scientific Co. -191
G reene B ros. Inc....................-- ---------- 192
Hammond - 175
Kewaunee Mfg. Co.
Kimble Glass Co._
Merck & Co._
E. H. Sargent Co.___
A. H. Thomas Co._
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