approx. 66 pages ; 5.25 x 7.75 inches
June 1946, Pan American World Airways Constellation plane on the cover issue, Phil Ziegler was the editor. This is a magazine journal of the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers and Station Employees. Published in Cincinnati, Ohio, monthly at a price, at the time, of 10 cents. Contents include editorial, interesting news and facts about railroads and union business of the day. Magazine includes a few classified and other small ads, an obituary and a list of payments made by the Death Benefit Department. Some articles include forums, meetings and recognition and survey information. In this issue is I'm Going on Strike by A. Consumer, Can the UNO Prevent Wars? by E.L. Talbert, Lobby Evil Greater Than Ever by Ruben Levin, Socialized Medicine by Chester M. Wright, A Gee Whizz of a Record by Charles James, Machines Take Farm Jobs by Albert H. Jenkins, The Tale of a Shirt by James Z. Ford, Stupid Leadership in Industry by Charles Lamb, The Goldern Arrow a British Pullman train, and more railroad and historical information. Photos and text of killed or missing in action servicemen, B.V. Fite, S.L. Basile, J.D. Howell, W.D. Mullinix, R.C. Sanders, D.J. Bucholtz, Bob L. Wahl, R.A. Muthersbaugh, photos are shown. There is a small mailing label on the back upper left corner.