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35% UMW LOSS COULD BE DEVASTATING
The UMW's selective strike against A.T. Massey and other coal companies was one year old Tuesday. This date could mark a major turning point, since the legal status of the strike changes after one year. The head of Rawl Sales and Processing,...
Published: Wednesday, October 02, 1985
Words: 916

35% POLITICIANS ESTABLISH TIES TO MASSEY FIRMS
As the United Mine Workers strike against A.T. Massey grinds along into its 10th month, politicians in the state's southern coalfields are becoming increasingly involved with the coal company and its galaxy of subsidiaries. In Logan...
Published: Sunday, June 30, 1985
Words: 1328

35% BOTH SIDES OF STRIKE LOSING, ANALYSTS SAY
The emotional United Mine Workers strike against A.T. Massey subsidiaries will have little effect on industrywide labor relations, according to two coal industry analysts. Although about 700 striking miners remain out of work and one...
Published: Tuesday, December 10, 1985
Words: 813

35% HAVE NEVER REFUSED TO NEGOTIATE, MASSEY SAYS
Mine Workers had its convention and Mr. Trumka asked his membership for the strike fund. The purpose of that strike fund was to get A.T. Massey Coal Company. We were picked out and selected as a target. We were to be punished. CHILTON:...
Published: Wednesday, June 12, 1985
Words: 2637

35% Coal pours out as UMW strike drags on
tolerate "no backward steps; no takeaway contract," United Mine Workers President Richard Trumka announced a selective strike against A.T. Massey subsidiaries last year. That strike is still on, 14 months and two Thanksgivings later,...
Published: Friday, November 29, 1985
Words: 1367

35% MOURNING PERIOD A POSITIVE STEP
coalfields are a war zone. Hayes West was shot and killed because he was hauling coal during the United Mine Workers strike at A.T. Massey Coal Co. Bill Davis, a UMWA local president, and four other union miners have had their homes...
Published: Wednesday, June 12, 1985
Words: 638

35% UMW MEETINGS TODAY TO DISCUSS RETURNING
As coal miners considered a possible end to their bitter strike against A.T. Massey Coal Co., officials of the United Mine Workers planned meetings today in local halls throughout the strike region to discuss the process of returning...
Published: Monday, December 23, 1985
Words: 544

35% "HALL OF SHAME' MORE SPIRITED
Martha Bryson Hodel, an Associated Press writer, is replacing columnist Herb Little who retired this month. At long last the truth comes out. I knew it was lurking in there somewhere. The truth, that is, about your "Treasurer of State,"...
Published: Sunday, May 12, 1985
Words: 225

35% HARD TIMES AHEAD?
THE VIOLENT MASSEY COAL STRIKE IS JUST ONE OF. several showdowns in which U.S. corporations are taking a harder line against unions, reports William Serrin in The New York Times. "Many companies are taking actions that would have been...
Published: Thursday, June 13, 1985
Words: 445

35% COAL ACCORD OBSTACLE GONE; DISPUTE ALIVE
Despite a massive public relations blitz by the United Mine Workers union heralding an end to its bitter strike against A.T. Massey Coal Co., it seems the 15-month-old dispute is far from over A National Labor Relations Board ruling...
Published: Tuesday, December 24, 1985
Words: 632

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