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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 1, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFriday. April 1. 1949 the Sun Page 8 Novelty workers warning slips Are new company Rule by Joe Kelch local 256 it has been brought to the attention of the local that warning slips will be Given by the department Heads to employees when it recuperating at United steelworkers All changes of address must be reported to Union All for Olio by Joseph Uehlein j Harry spoke enthusiastically of local 1861�?usa the National health insurance v. ,. The publicity committee of program in England and sex recent illness. Hurry and get we la Cal 186.1, United steelworkers pressed Hope that the United de. The boys Are anxious to see is a pan a a a ust of the ocal s sates we adopt a similar plan you on the Job again 4meplbers Jor the address plates j to be used in the new address and new team member m i graph machine. Membership of local 256 ex-1 the committee has called on Cliff Carroll in recent years has been a member of some of becomes necessary to warn them tends it a a about an unsatisfactory condition James Mcquinn whote Mother a report to them the of set soft bal teams a Cin a a a. Mother if their address had changed in or action by employees. I passed away recently. The reason for the warning a will be written on the slip. If Why is Clyde harm any of our members receive such. Wabby is it because Ltd a slip and feel that the warning i formerly a Navy Man is unjustified they should promptly Contact their respective shop Steward so that the situation can Cannati. He recently came to work the recent past. Zone numbers to shipping department at should be included in the uncalled formation. 3e As j a a eau Harry French is a Brand new american citizen. He hails from lit t ro11,1 look for an important Bowling announcement of our Union in the Colvin a head in tournament so Canco and became a member of local 1861, and Jeph lend his services to the locals Ball text this year Back in the late 1920�?Ts Cliff was better known As a kid co i Bristol England and came to i Cincinnati a year ago with his Anci had quite a repute a a a it i. I w soon a it a pm As 1 e Seu Feti in Cincinnati he came of work Foi tinn a a Boxer. The name bound to bring no Stalev. Thi ome of the Young Ola timer member is Hei it Carl Schultz of the tool cribs dinner with refreshments �11 fori while living in England he is bein8 hailed As a hero these 00 Vas a Good Union member and i Days. He and brother Andy. Says with emphasis a i intend recently saved the life of a neigh to be the same in i bar who was trapped in the Veatch Yum i a Quot in it Ard Ana. _ _. _. Announcements in the Sun for i by of a a but Wolers. Price can co. In the Assembly depart n is and on bips distribution. Chicken and Steak i passed or under consideration by the Ohio state legislature and Congress in Washington. Your cooperation to suggestions to write to your representatives is in your own interest and will strengthen labors political gains. Watch announcement in next weeks sports column. It is important to know that the company is starting to keep attendance records for each department in order to watch absenteeism. A a red Bryan Guilding dept is the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Loans on Homes Wear it proudly i it your Way of showing you re carrying to air Sharo of the Load. It s your Way of Sho Wing that y of re in there pitching with Cio Pac for better City government better state government better Federal government a better America for All of us and our kids. Give you Bock top a i wreckage of a caved in garage. Good Samaritans the tragic death of Joe Pogge Man was reported in last week s column but space did not permit our telling of the Fine display 1 of unionism by some of the Broth. Ers at Canco. Shortly before his death Jih needed several blood transfusions. When the members of local 1861 a heard of this several volunteered immediately to donate. In the first group selected were Lee Colgate Edward Banzhof and Harry Kinnaird All of whom donated blood. Marvin Bruser a i leaving the Plant for the Hospital j continued on Page 8 children can Cook by to Lynne Federated pres cooking like Charity begins at Home. The time to begin is when you Are Young. The idea of having the children help out in the Kitchen is of course an old one but like so Many ideas that went into temporary discard it is now being proudly exhumed by educators and child psychologists. The Best progressive schools have cooking in the curriculum for both boys and girls even in the first few grades and innumerable cookbooks Are appearing on the Market designed for the very youngest. The advantages Are Many. From the stuff est Point of View its a Good introduction to chemistry and the science of nutrition. From the simplest Point of View its a lot of fun for everyone. Today a brides and Young housekeepers will testify to the Wisdom of learning cooking techniques in childhood. When women spent Many hours in their kitchens they naturally enlisted the help of their children and even the very youngest Learned cooking techniques without realizing it. But As kitchens j0jnny Walker appliances became smaller and the time spent on food preparation Shorter 1 d \ a1 a a not a Bank but a Cooc place to save Money children were shooed out of the Way with the result that the very simplest kind of cooking had to be Learned As a new Art when they grew up. What better Way of learning to work together of absorbing the need for cooperation than to help Mother in the Kitchen you done to have to Hunt for opportunities to be a companion with your children if you spend time working Side by Side. And the Way to encourage your children to be of real help when they grow older is to let them learn to help when they Are Young enough to get deep satisfaction out of helping. What to Start them on its True that there will be some spills but if you take a Little care you will find that the smallest child can learn to do a Job without making too much mess. An afternoon making cookies is a wonderful antidote for boredom and even the most finicky child will eat a Well balanced meal if he makes it himself. You can help create a lifelong interest in cooking and Good nutrition if you spend a Little time teaching your child. If your child is old enough to Perch near the stove on a High outside the Cape Tol building in Washington mrs. J. C. Alic Oales parades in protest against Federal taxes on Ole Margarine. The House agriculture committee is holding hearings on the Issue. Federated pictures John Schwarz shoes 752-754-756 e. Mcmillan neighbourhood buyers guide Camp Washington comp tit line of Home appliances furniture and floor coverings expert radio repairing 2805-07 Colerain or Marshall i 4105 cd 7025 John m. Walker no disappointments Woods dry cleaning and dyeing 2806 Collram ave. Kirby s.35 Elmwood Valley hardware co. Quality at the right Price a we deliver a Stool give him a wooden spoon the handle wont heat and let him 5216 Vine st. Vailey h20 stir scrambled eggs or a pudding mix. Let him make soup gelatine i dessert or Cereal using canned or packaged mixes. He can even make cakes and there Are new prepared icings that need Only the addition of water. Children love to beat Batter using a spoon or egg beater. A cup or Pitcher can be utilized for pouring Batter into pan or muffin tins. Drop cookies Are simpler to handle than cutouts. Pancakes Are another Good dish for children to make. If they can t manage turning them they can at least let you know when the bubbles Start forming. Salads of course Are a cinch to make. Have the child make a hard boiled egg and add it to his salad and you have a Good Light supper. And if you have a youngster who does no to like carrots let him get to work on one or two with a shredder and see How hell gobble them up. Opening special Casein paint 9c quart $2.39 gallon distributor for rainbo wallpaper steaming and paper dancing Steamer to rent $2.50 per Day a free delivery cuff Thomas Wall paper store Madisonville Herbert dry cleaners prompt service a we deliver 4271 Plainville id. Phone by 1315 Norwood a amp n furniture appliance co. 2002 Madison Road East 1964 Cleveland electric rights bought sold quoted go member Cincinnati Stock Cachave 118 first National Bank blog. A 2300 100% Union shop 4708 main ave. Me 4981 Friedman furniture Norwood s leading furniture store Complete Home furnishes Quality at a minimum of Price 4351 Montgomery a m Elros 5872 Oakley Vordenberg Chevrolet co. Repairing All cars t specially Brotherton amp Madison re. Me 561 heading de. G. Koehl inc. Coal a Coke a Hay flour and feed 10 l Vine st. A. 0153-0 54 Reading food shop Josephine Busch open daily 730 a m. To j c m. Sunday 9 to i . A of of wednesday at i o m 525 Jefferson ave. A. 96 Reading dept. Store a the Thrift Corner of Reading Quot Al Union made work clothing shoes and Luggage 226 Benson Cor. Jefferson a 36 st. Her turd Heller radio amp appliance hot Post a Admiral a Fada guaranteed repair of 4923 Vine Street Capitol 0456 Walnut Hills a. Amp n. Furniture and appliance co. Furniture a frig1dairi rugs leading stoves linoleum radios washers 911 East Mcmillan st. Woodburn 4710- / ii Atlas motors inc. Dodge a Plymouth Dodge trucks sales and service the Home of satisfied Custor an 3421 Montgomery re. To 6�
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