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WARREN DAVIS JOINS UAW-GM STRIKE NEGOTIATIONS TOMORROW

 WARREN DAVIS JOINS UAW-GM STRIKE NEGOTIATIONS TOMORROW
 LORDSTOWN, Ohio, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Efforts to seek an end to the strike which has idled thousands of General Motors and Saturn Corp. employee's will take an important step tomorrow, Monday, Aug. 31, 1992, when Warren Davis a UAW director in Region 2 joins the negotiations at the Lordstown, Ohio complex.
 Davis, who is also a member of the UAW International Executive Board will meet first with Local Union No. 1714 at the unions headquarters at 8 a.m., 2121 Carson-Salt Spring Rd. SW, Lordstown, Ohio, 44481.
 Davis will meet with Local No. 1714 officials before moving to the GM plant complex for a 9 a.m. session with GM Corporation officials.
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 /CONTACT: Warren Davis of UAW, 216-447-6080/ CO: United Auto Workers ST: Ohio IN: AUT SU:


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