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CHANGES

LOCAL 17, ERIE, PA-New President Ronald Stitt, New Secretary William Fairgraves

LOCAL 23, SAN ANTONIO, TX-New President Mark Rubinstein

LOCAL 116, SHREVEPORT, LA-New President Conrad Lindsey, New Secretary Christopher McCaa

LOCAL 123, RICHMOND, VA-New President George L. Tuckwiller, III

LOCAL 189, STOCKTON, CA-New President Ljubomir Velickovic

LOCAL 472, YORK, PA-New President James Hoffman, New Secretary Dennis Fry

LOCAL 498, MISSOULA, MT-New Secretary Jack Souligny; PO Box 18314; Missoula, MT 59808

LOCAL 555, SAN JUAN, PR-New President Javer Matos, New Secretary Pedro Vazquez

LOCAL 657, WILLOUGHBY, OH-New address: 4121 Erie St.; Willoughby, OH 44094; Tel: 440-953-8139; Fax: 440-951-4374

Members and officers can access the List of Locals book online at www.afm.org/member/localsbook.htm. Information changes, such as new local officers, addresses, phone/fax numbers, etc, are updated montly on the AFM website. Officers should send information changes/updates to ofcrchg@afm.org. Change of officers and addresses will continue to be listed here each month.

TAPS

LOCAL 3, INDIANAPOLIS, IN-Bertona L. Wagoner*

LOCAL 6, SAN FRANCISCO, CA-Joe Barrite*, Frances Lynne Coppola*, Rae Imamura, Donal Ontiveros*, Meri Saunders*, Richard Sederman*

LOCAL 8, MILWAUKEE, WI-John Fugiasco*, Norman Seelig*, Joseph Ziino*

LOCAL 16, NEWARK, NJ-Jerry Luongo*

LOCAL 17, ERIE, PA-Mark J. Chulick

LOCAL 21, WILMINGTON, DE-George Paris

LOCAL 30-73, MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MNAndreas P. Berggreen*, Forrest R. Grimm*

LOCAL 34-627, KANSAS CrTY, MO-Carole FrancisLohmar*

LOCAL 47, LOS ANGELES, CA-Vernon R. Arslan*, Irving R. Bush*, Donald A. Cole*, Paul E. Geil*, Freddie Hubbard, Erwin Klein*, Richard Leshin*, Alfredo J. Magallon*, James J. Simonian*, William Teaford*, Keith R. Williams*, Lee R. Young Sr.*

LOCAL 67, DAVENPORT, IA-Ronald D. Wilson

LOCAL 72-147, DALLAS-FT WORTH, TX-Bobby Boatright, Jack Buchannan, Marcia Fisher, Alice McDaniel, Pete Messick, Emory Musil

LOCAL 99, PORTLAND, OR-Kenneth Baldwin

LOCAL 134, JAMESTOWN, NY-Russell J. Germaine*

LOCAL 138-343, BROCKTON, MA-Richard DiAmbrosia, Robert Seixas

LOCAL 145, VANCOUVER, BC-Douglas A. Kent*, Doug Parker*

Local 148-462, Atlanta, GA-John Earl, William Fowlkes Jr

LOCAL 151, ELIZABETH, NJ-Robert Riccitelli*

LOCAL 186, WATERBURY, CT-Margaret Haberman

LOCAL 190, WINNIPEG, MB-Penelope (Penny) Mead, William Romanoff

LOCAL 198-457, PROVIDENCE, RI-Lester Carpenter*, Andrew E. Thompson*

LOCAL 205, GREEN BAY, WI-Eileen F. Bonelli*, Leon Brault, Frank Cheyka, George Edhrenberger, Arthur kirchen, Jr.*, Russell Krueger*, Dewey Rosman, Daniel Steiner, Alvin J. Titera*, Doris E. Wolf*

LOCAL 248, PATERSON, NJ-Harold De Cou*

LOCAL 257, NASHVILLE, TN-Walter Haynes*, Charles R. Simpson

LOCAL 444, JACKSONVILLE, FL-Winifred Colton

LOCAL 461, ANACORTES, WA-Leroy Anderson*

LOCAL 625, ANN ARBOR, MI-Ron Asheton, Lorne V. Kennedy

* INDICATES LIFE MEMBER

KEEP THE IM COMING

Our efforts to improve and update the International Musician don't stop at the copy and format. We have enlisted the aid of a mailing house to ensure that each issue gets to you in a timely fashion. But we can't do it without your help.

Your local reports all address changes to the Federation, which insures uninterrupted delivery of the IM. The sooner you tell your local you're moving, the faster your address is changed, especially now that many locals report address changes via the Internet. Members who are suspended for non-payment of dues in any local they belong to aren't entitled to receive the IM, even if they're in good standing in another local. …

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