$10 Great Dates: Connecting Love, Marriage, and Fun on a by Peter Larson, David Arp, Claudia Arp, Heather Larson

By Peter Larson, David Arp, Claudia Arp, Heather Larson

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While men at other Company plants through­ out the country had from time to time walked out, this was the first "real" strike that the Oscar Center Plant had ever known. Without formal notice, without a strike vote or planning, and in the midst of routine production, the men in the board plant deter­ mined to quit. From there the strike spread to other divisions, to the mill , to the machine shop, and down into the mine. By noon, the machines' clatter had halted completely. With the exception of the office workers and supervisory staff, who remained to "clean up," the production workers had gone home to lunch or had retired to a nearby tavern to talk about the strike over a cold beer.

The old supervisors didn't tell them what to do. " There is a pecul­ iar dilemma evident in his position : By virtue of his insulation from Zones of Disturbance 47 the plant's informal organization, his drive for efficiency was unfet­ tered by informal ties and obligations. On the other hand, however, this very s ame insulation prevented his efforts from easy innovation. For he was unaware of the hornet's nest that his work was stirring up, and he had no informal resources that could ease the tensions he aroused.

JUST BEFORE THE STRIKE For some time before the Oscar Center strike, the Company's plant in Big City had been out on strike. Unable to get production out of the Big City plant, main office management rerouted some of the more urgent orders to Oscar Center. One such order was par­ ticularly noted at the plant This was a shipment for export to South . America and, since this was unusual at Oscar Center, it attracted the men's attention. Having heard of this, the Big City local contacted Bill Kayo, the Gas, Coke and Chemical Workers' regional director, and Tony Sundino's immediate superior.

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