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6 The Sun, Wednesday, July 20, 1994 il Continued from Page 1 union's charges that the company has violated national labor laws. If found guilty of failing to bar- gain in good faith, the company could be ordered to return to the bargaining table and refund lost wages to workers.The company's initial offer last year called for cuts in wages and medical and pension benefits plus changes in the union's seniority system The walkout is the first strike in Taylor's 46-year history. Carver said striking workers will continue to picket outside Taylor's sawmill in Sheridan this week. Tayh>r's offer last week, Carver charged, was an effort by the com- pany to show that the union has refused to settle the strike The company rejected a proposal by mill workers last December to return to work under the old contract. While refusing to comment on any details involving the strike, Summers has said repeatedly said Taylor needs to have a contract that will allow the company to keep the mill running in tough economic times He has pointed out that Taylor is a small mill that cannot match contracts approved by large companies like Weyerhaeuser. Several former Taylor workers testified on behalf of the union's claim that company officials, specif- ically plant manager Bruce Sum- mers, frequently expressed a hostile attitude toward the union. William Pelzer of Sheridan, who worked as a maintenance supervisor at the mill for 10 years before he was laid off in 1992 during cut- backs, testified that he heard Sum- mers say he "would break the union if it was the last thing he did." Pelzer said Summers expressed hostility toward the union in both private talks and in staff meetings. Barney Oiberg, former operations manager at the mill from 1985 to 1991 testified in a similar way. He said Summers, who worked under him at the time as a timber buyer, had said: "If it was up to me, I'd break the union." Olberg resigned under fire from his job, Taylor's lawyer pointed out. Denny Derum, a saw filing super- visor for seven years at the mill, also testified that he heard Summers say he would like to break the union. Quality oak furnishings for every room in your home and office. Sale Prices Good Thru July 26, 1994 695 Wallace Road West Salem 588-0858 Men-Sat 10-6 Sun 12-5 Sheridan city staff to join union Sheridan city employees have voted 11-0 to join a union. Mike Sauerwein, city manager, announced the election results at Monday night's city council meet- ing. The council appointed Sauer- we|n, city attorney Walt Gowell and council president Ted Aaron to serve as the city's bargaining team. City employees will be joining the Laborers International of North America Union The vote is seen as a reaction to comments about city workers by some council members in the past year, especially staff in the 9-man public works department. Make your home a dream home with And save $2.50 a yard. EV512 Reg. $17.45 yd. Installed with premium pad. Inventory on hand. Local students in OSU groups Two Willamina students attending Oregon State University have been chosen as leaders in student organi- zations. Ryan Burr, a junior majoring in pre-pharmacy, has been named a representative of Acacia Fraternity to the Interfratemity Council Jeff Mendenhall, a senior majoring in industrial and manufacturing engi- neering, has been named president of the Ballroom Dance Club. 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