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February 27, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his 35 years as a Teamster, the last six as leader of the 12,000-member Local 952 in Orange, Eddie J. Mireles has had his share of battles. But his latest stands out--and it is a struggle from within. Last fall, Mireles, 51, led a group of five Teamster locals in Southern California that pulled out of the union's Joint Council 42 in Los Angeles.
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May 22, 1997 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blaming vicious union politics, Teamsters at a soon-to-close Anaheim warehouse on Wednesday accused International Teamsters Vice President Eddie J. Mireles of trying to push them into a new work arrangement that would slash their pay and benefits. Workers said they could lose up to 20 years' seniority when American Drug Stores, the parent of Sav-on drug stores and Lucky grocery stores, consolidates three warehouses, including the one in Anaheim, into a new La Habra facility.
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May 22, 1997 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blaming vicious union politics, Teamsters at a soon-to-close Anaheim warehouse on Wednesday accused International Teamsters Vice President Eddie J. Mireles of trying to push them into a new work arrangement that would slash their pay and benefits. Workers said they could lose up to 20 years' seniority when American Drug Stores, the parent of Sav-on drug stores and Lucky grocery stores, consolidates three warehouses, including the one in Anaheim, into a new La Habra facility.
BUSINESS
February 27, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his 35 years as a Teamster, the last six as leader of the 12,000-member Local 952 in Orange, Eddie J. Mireles has had his share of battles. But his latest stands out--and it is a struggle from within. Last fall, Mireles, 51, led a group of five Teamster locals in Southern California that pulled out of the union's Joint Council 42 in Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
May 22, 1997 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blaming vicious union politics, Teamsters at a soon-to-close Anaheim warehouse on Wednesday accused International Teamsters Vice President Eddie J. Mireles of trying to push them into a new work arrangement that would slash their pay and benefits. Workers said they could lose up to 20 years' seniority when American Drug Stores, the parent of Sav-On drugstores and Lucky grocery stores, consolidates three warehouses, including the one in Anaheim, into a new La Habra facility.
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