FALSTAFF BREWING Corp has closed its office at 5050 Oakland Ave., following the financial takeover of the corporation last April by Californian Paul Kalmanovitz. Shortly after Kalmanovitz gained control of the St. Louis-based brewing corporation, the headquarters was transferred to California, a number of executives were either transferred or let go, and a few personnel were moved to the St. Louis brewery on Shenandoah Avenue. On Tuesday, the building itself was closed and Falstaff is seeking a lesee for the furnished property.
First photo of the Pilot Wheel at Museum in Bee Tree Park - 1979 - Wheel on loan from Helen & Herman Halter until May 1981, when it was returned upon their request. The "Betsy Ann" Pilot Wheel was plased instead. The Betsy Ann Pilot Wheel is the property of the Golden Eagle River Museum.
not promised to follow the board's recommendation.
But Walker insisted Harris had told him the recommendation would be followed. "We shook hands on it. He's a liar. He's reneged. He double-crossed us," Walker said, adding that the only way the men would return to duty is if Dimetre is reinstated.
WALKER SAID HE has already arranged for o ther union fire departments in the area not to respond to calls from...
Lou Brock of the Cardinals slides home with a run in the third inning Sunday as Cubs catcher Randy Hundley receives a throw too late from center fielder Rick Monday. The run came home on Ted Sizemore's single to center.
Photograph of the steamboat DELTA QUEEN as part of the St. Louis Luncheon Cruise. The bottom of the photograph depicts the words, “Delta Queen Port of St. Louis Luncheon Cruise / Sponsored by the American Association of Railroaders, Inc. October 28, 1972.”
Hazelwood firemen remained off the job after a Sunday morning meeting between city and union officials failed to resolve a dispute stemming from the dismissals of two firefighters.
Both sides offered compromises to end the strike which began Saturday afternoon, but both suggestions were rejected.
Through the first day of the strike, the substitute fire department devised by Hazelwood officials went untested although several false alarms were received. Police reported no incidents involving pickets by strikers.
City Manager Steven J. Harris said he offered to forego disciplinary action against the striking firemen if they would return to work, but that bid was rejected by Richard T. Walker, president of Local 398 of the International Association of Fire Fighters.
The Old Courthouse at 4th and Market Streets is on the eastern edge of the city's Gateway Mall area. Downtown financial interests are trying to revive the long-dormant mall which, when completed, will stretch to 21st street.