Therefore, with respect to certain arguments in the dispute, it is significant that, in several of its decisions of 11 August 1948, the Litigation Committee rejected motions to cancel a final delay in the terminal before the switch to the euro or a signal used at the entrance to the final terminus when a train is to leave or parry. It should also be noted that, in decisions E-21-E-F and E-32-F, the partisan members of the Litigation Committee agreed, without the support of a neutral arbitrator, that the provisions of the timetable agreement and the practices of the time regarding the points where the final delay began were replaced by Section 13 of the national agreement of 11 August 1948. This will confirm our understanding in the negotiations of the agreement at that time, namely that the provisions of Article 1, paragraph 8, point (a), Article II, Section 1, points b) and d), and Article IV, Section 5, Points (a) and (b), which relate to the payment of arbitrators and special allowances, do not apply to special allowances included in existing local crews that contain moratorium provisions prohibiting any modification of such payments. Thus, it should be noted that the parties to each of the above disputes should meet within 20 calendar days of the date of that committee`s arbitration award to jointly select an arbitrator and, in the absence of agreement on this issue within that prescribed time frame, ask the National Mediation Commission to appoint an arbitrator for the hearing of the local disputed dispute. The arbitrator thus selected must agree to hear the dispute within thirty (30) calendar days and, within thirty (30) calendar days at the end of the hearings on the dispute, to make findings and an arbitration award. Given that PLB 4099 has examined the issue in depth and that the Board`s arbitration award derives its essence from the collective agreements under consideration, we have no reason to contradict the board`s findings. c) Engine service workers who established their service according to their age prior to November 1, 1985 will continue to fill the host and vacancy positions and positions in accordance with the agreements in force from that date. When such a position is not filled by this staff and is not recruited in accordance with point b), qualified train conveyors are set up. In this case, reported job offers for service personnel training are auctioned and, in the absence of offers, qualified train service personnel are assigned to the site; temporary positions will be occupied by the shipyard or additional road/yard.