Employes Of Argus
Will Be Company
Guests At Dinner
Argus, Inc. employes will be the
guests of the company Tuesday
night at a plant-wide dinner at
'•'e Michigan Union.
Originally, the annual company
nner was for members of the
ofit-sharing plan, but this year
the entire plant personnel is being
The event is part of a program
designed to improve plant morale
and employe-management relations
[following t' :; managemeBSJ
This year there will be no speak4
ers table, and officers and directory
will sh ;-'•'''' """vidual tables witn
employ'.. iC different depart"
Profit-sharing figures for thej
past year will be announced and
there will be short talks by Joseph
Clemens, treasurer and vice-presi-
dent; Clinton Harris and PIomer
[Hilton, both vice-presidents, George
JJ. Burke, sr., new president; and
Robert E. Lewis, new vice-presi-
dent and general manager.
Last year, 385 Argus employes
who were members of the profit-
sharing and retirement plan at-
"•nded the annual dinner. At thati
.ie $656,478 was reported in th»
" ""^ ^he annual income wasl|
.resenting a return of
.-; ,.,.: -ent on t^c members'
i equity during th'