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The Official Bulletin 2013 Q2 / No. 640

The Official Bulletin 2013 Q2 / No. 640

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The Official Bulletin of the IATSE for 2013, Quarter 2, Issue No, 640
The Official Bulletin of the IATSE for 2013, Quarter 2, Issue No, 640

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“We ask justice, weask equality, we askthat all the civiland political rightsthat belong tocitizens of theUnited States,be guaranteedto us and ourdaughters forever.”
SuSan B. anthony 
 Declaration o Rights  or Women, July 1876 
second Quarter, 2013 number 640
43rd AaScarsp Awards
Of the Richard F. Walsh/Alfred W. Di Tolla/Harold P. Spivak Foundation
Te Pars  Sccess
Theme of the 67th Quadrennial Convention
Reprt  teGeera Eectve Bard
Via Teleconference New York, NY, April 30, 2013
Ctdw tte Cvet
Boston, Massachusetts, July 22-26, 2013
General Secretary-Treasurer’s Message
Young Workers
IATSE and LaborMovement News
On Location
On The Road
Education & Training
On The Show Floor
Safety Zone
Crew Shots
Local News & Views
On Stage In Focus
In Memoriam
Directory of LocalSecretaries andBusiness Agents
James B. Wd MaryA Key Davd Geer
Editor Assistant to the Editor Special Asst. to the Editor 
The OFFICIAL BULLETIN (ISSN-0020-5885) is published quarterly by the General Secretary-Treasurer o the International Alliance o Theatrical Stage Employees,Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crats o the United States, its Territories and Canada, (IATSE), 207 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY10001. Telephone: (212) 730-1770. FAX (212) 730-7809. Email: bulletin@iatse-intl.orgMaterial or publication must be received beore the rst day o January, April, July, and October, to meet deadlines, respectively, or the First, Second, Third,and Fourth Quarter issues.POSTMASTER: Send address change to the OFFICIAL BULLETIN, 207 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001. Entered as periodical postage paidmatter at the Post Oce at New York, NY and additional locations.Canadian Publications Mail Agreement No.: 40845543. Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses To:2835 Kew Dr., Windsor, ON N8T 3B7Subscriptions: IATSE members receive the OFFICIAL BULLETIN as part o their IATSE membership services. Nonmembers may subscribe or $10.00 per year.
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Mattew D. leb
International President
James B. Wd
General Secretary–Treasurer 
Tmas J. Ceary C. Faye harper
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Patrca A. Wte
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9th Vice President326 West 48th StreetNew York, NY 10036
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Tmas C. Srt
InternationalPresident Emeritus
Mcae W. Prsca
General Secretary–Treasurer Emeritus
Edward C. Pwe
International Vice President Emeritus
P S. lCcer
13th Vice President432 N. Anthony St., Suite 305New Orleans, LA 70119
Dwadabe verss  Te oca Bet are psted  r webste: www.atse-t.rg.Permss mst be grated by te iATSE bere reprtg r dstrbtg ay prts.
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The Pillars o Success
A Convention Primer
 te l prepris r r 67 Qdreil Cvei re beig mde d we lk rwrd  welcmig ver eig dred deleges  Bs rm crss e allice.
For those members that have the honor o representing their local unionas a delegate, one o the rst things you will notice as you enter the Con- vention Hall will be the broad diversity o crats that our local unions repre-sent. Although the delegates may come rom dierent crats and geographicregions they all arrive at the Convention ready to work together to helpadvance this great union.Most o the delegates are not expected to arrive in Boston until Saturday, July 20th, a number o delegates will have been present or sessions o theGeneral Executive Board meeting which will be held the preceding week.Ocial registration or the Convention will open on Thursday, July 18that 9:00 a.m. in the Commonwealth Room o the Sheraton Boston Hotel. Reg-istration will continue on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. During registrationeach delegate will receive their delegate kit, which will contain, among otheritems, a list o Committee Appointments, the President’s Report, the Reporto the General Secretary-Treasurer, General Executive Board Meeting Book1 and Resolutions Book 1. At each Convention, there is an opportunity or rst-time delegates toget an overview o Convention Week and be introduced to the various pro-cedures and policies o the Convention. This year the Orientation or New Delegates meeting has been scheduled or Saturday, July 20th and will con- vene at 7:00 p.m. in the Constitution Ballroom o the Sheraton Boston Hotel. All District Conventions will be held on either Saturday, July 20th orSunday, July 21st and caucuses will be held at various times throughout Sat-urday, Monday and Tuesday (July 20th, 22nd and 23rd) o Convention Week.There will also be a series o Education Sessions on Saturday aternoon as well as a Plenary Session or all delegates and guests on Sunday at 4:00 p.m.Delegates are encouraged to careully review the ollowing pages or thetimes and locations o both the District Conventions, Caucuses and Educa-tion Sessions that may be o interest to you.
 as e 67 Qdreil Cvei  is gre allice rpidl pprces, I lk rwrd  cmig geer i Bs i slidr-i   mber  isses  will ke s rer wrd r gls.or rs im is lws  keep e bes ieress  r membersipi mid. te ps r ers sw s  mesre  r crre se irs, d i is imperive  we be ler  e clleges e cme.
 As I contemplated the theme o the 67th Convention, I took into accountthe paths that I believe will continue to lead to the success o this Alliance. Wehave weathered storms and struggles or the past 120 years. We have kept the vision o our ounders alive, and built on the oundation they laid. The rst o our brothers and sisters worked in legitimate theatre including what was then,in 1893, called “The Great White Way” – Broadway – one o the rst streetsin the country lit by the white glow o electric light. Today we are over 375Locals strong in the United States and Canada, and we have in our hands toolsdue in great part to the ingenuity o our members who, needing particularequipment to advance their crats, invented them on the spot. We are taking our Alliance into the new world o social media and net- working, reaching out to our members and others to urther involve them inthe union that is at the heart o their work. Our training programs are grow-ing and thriving and our members are staying up to date with the uriouspace o evolving technology.I have no doubt that the our pillars o Leadership, Skills and Saety, Ac-tivism, and Communication, will support and strengthen our goals, and willprovide our entire membership with the very best representation and pro-tection that they deserve. The our pillars will ensure that we maintain andenhance the very sustenance o this union that is consistently at the oreronto the labor movement. We must come together and share inormation across all boundaries,respecting the autonomy, heritage and uniqueness o each Local, and wemust adapt so that our structure strengthens our ability to succeed on behal o the members. Growth and strength through sound, robust inrastructure will mean better contracts, conditions and benets. That is how we denesuccess. We must also plan or changes we will ace in the uture. Above all, we will never orget that our members always come rst.I share this plan with all o you and ask that you adopt it as our shared vision or the uture.
Ts s t advse tat te regar Md-Smmer Meetg  te Geera EectveBard s sceded t be ed at SeratBst hte, 39 Dat Street, Bst, Mas-sacsetts 02199 at 10:00 a.m.  Mday,Jy 15, 2013, ad w rema  sesstrg ad cdg Frday, Jy 19, 2013.A bsess t cme bere te Bard mstbe sbmtted t te Geera oce  aterta tee (15) days prr t te meetg.lca u represetatves pag tatted te meetg mst make te res-ervats wt Serat Bst hte bycag 800-325-3535. Te 67t Qadre-a Cvet w cvee te week m-medatey wg te Bard meetg. iaccrdace wt Artce Eeve, Sect 8 te iterata Csttt, te GeeraEectve Bard sa act as te CredetasCmmttee.
eDItOr’s nOteDeLeGate remInDer 
De t te act tat te 3rd Qarter isse te oca Bet w cs  te g-gts  te 67t Qadrea Cvet,te regar departmets w be sspededad w retr  te 4t Qarter isse.Pease remember tat  rder t cm-pete te a regstrat prcess, a de-egates mst preset ter rga (wtecpy) credeta at te regstrat ce te Cmmweat Rm  te SeratBst hte.
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