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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 4, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe Sun Aii it in if. 29 entered ass Quot 1944 at the , ass a to Jun 30. At Cincinnati 2, it a jct 3. 1379 vol. 6 no. 2 4 an editorial Oil 4, 14h7 equal Justice la. Liten exit a Ted equal and exact Justice to All men of if hat Eves state or persuasion religious or political. A motto on Hamilton county of r Chouse we would recommend to judges Charles s. Beil and Thomas h. Morrow of common pleas courts mat they Stop at the Sycamore Street Side of the courthouse and study the above motto Long and Well. To the Union members of Hamilton county we would suggest that recent cases passed on these two judges should convince any Union Man of the importance of voting and that is is just As important to elect Good judges As Good congressmen. We do not ask election or judges partial to labor. We simply ask the election of judges who Are impartial. We do believe that Justice should equal and the fact a Man is a Union Leader and was in a picket line should not Sway it against him. In the most recent Case we have in mind. Judge Bell gave Waldo Stager United electrical workers International representative a maximum jail sentence of 30 Days and a $250 Fine on a charge of malicious destruction of property in connection with the Norwood Allis Chalmers strike. Earlier judge Thomas Morrow jailed Emerson Sonnycalb for 30 Days for hitting a strike breaker twice in a picket line fight. Morrow had mercy for thieves coming before him and put them on probation but not for Sonnycalb. In our opinion the evidence in the Stager Case was sufficiently conflicting that had it been anything but a Union Case Stager would have been dismissed on the grounds there was a reasonable doubt As to his guilt. The charge was that he threw an egg containing paint remover at a strike breaker a Auto. Some witnesses testified cd not ave a on Page 4> Wotch Columbus Bill attacks Protection for women and children Protection against overlong hours for women children and Ai Iners is being attacked in the state legislature at the Behest of she Ohio chamber of Commerce and the Ohio manufacturers association. I House Bill 349. Introduced Kowalk b., Sandusky was reported out of committee a vote of ten to four in spite of severe opposition from working women and the state Cio Council. The Bill Calls for the Extension Richardson co., Lockland in sup of the eight hour Day to nine. Port of contract demands tues hours. Provides that women and Day morning april 1. Paper local is it i strike local 1009, United paper workers struck against the Gardner Ntinos May work for 12 Days without a single Day off and would allow additional work women into late evening hours. Under the present Law the limitation is 6 new Bill would extend that limitation to 10 . For a working Day. It would also permit an 18-year old woman to work an All night shift. During hearings on the Bill it was emphasized again and again that a woman a work does not end at Sundown and to permit a 10-year old girl to work until 10 . And an 18-year old to tract have been settled. Work All night was not progressive legislation Ohio Cio spokesmen traced women Childreth labor Law history in the state showing that nearly 100 years ago legislators were concerned with this problem. A girl worker from an automotive factory exp lamed Why she was against the Bill. I made every Effort to Avert a if she said the present Law strike agreeing to Extension alter continued am u continued on if is Minnesota Liberal will address april 11 rally final plans were being Laid this week for Cincinnati so defend your Union Quot rally to held greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio at 7 30 p in. Friday april 11, in Emery auditorium. The crisis presented unions anti labor legislation now pending in Congress will Laid before Union members with a Call to action for the arousing of Public opinion. Speaker for the occasion will congressman John Blatnik. Minnesota Liberal who is lighting on labors Side against crippling legislation. Blatnik is a 35-year-old War Veteran. He was discharged a soap Hubbles the in new York up a maybe your soap bubbles Haven to blown up any in size but profits of Colgate Pak Olive Peet co. 1946 almost Doutt a a in it Seol the previous year. Pres. E. H. Little in his annual report to stockholders said the company a net income in 1946 was $14.443.835 or $7 14 a common share compared with $7,036,054, or $3.34 a share for 1945. The company made its record profits despite a continuing Scarcity of the principal raw materials for soap. Washington up a though paper for newspapers May hard to get its manufacture was wonderfully profitable in the past year. A a a it the into. Paper co. And subsidiaries reported a consolidated net profit of $31.179,048 for 1946 compared with $8,546,078 in 1945. It International Stock h older so earned the equivalent of $7.98 per share compared to $2.10 in 1945. Quot the other Side of the news Quot 8 15 . Monday Over Wasai from the army As paratrooper Captain. A former school teacher he unseated a Republican who had been in Congress 18 years. He rapidly is attaining a reputation As a fighting Liberal. Blatnik was obtained As a speaker Jack Kroll National Pac director who also will address the meeting Walter Grainger Cio Council legislative committee chairman said. William Lave lie Secretary of Ohio Cio Council will present the picture on pending Ohio legislation. There will music preceding the meeting. All Cio stewards requested a1 Jordan Cio Council president to attend a preliminary meeting monday night at Law Hall Vine and Daniels streets where plans for getting a crowd out for the rally will outlined. They killed opa Isoif they would kill i unions fear fax u quote i a a a n r 1 this would the laugh of the week except that on second thought some people suffering from the Cost of living May not feel like laughing a Earl Bunting of the National association of manufacturers said this week that High prices Are caused Quot business uncertainties and the possibility of Nam s congressmen Are doing their Best in Washington to eliminate the possibility of strikes outlawing Union activities. Business is so Quot Uncertain Quot that 1947 profits Promise to exceed the record ones of 1946. It has t occur de to Nam yet that genuine collective bargaining instead of Union bus Ting and reduction of prices being satisfied with reasonable profits would the Best Way to Lessen strikes. But a Good Many people recalling Nam s gems of Wisdom of a year a go a see advertise no below a May not take Bunting too seriously. Confidence the local had been negotiating with the company since the original expiration of their contract in october 1946. Since february 1947, alone the Union had agreed to four contract extensions in order to continue negotiations. The remaining unsettled issues Are a general wage increase of 15c a Job rates adjustment for women Over and above the 77c maximum now in Force Union Security and a shift differential. Most other issues in the con National asst rocking the Infra opa is permanently discontinued the production of goods will mount rapidly and through free Competition prices will quickly adjust themselves to Levels that Consumers Are willing to Rity of american manufacturers Aruch As they can As fast As they can prices. American manufacture creases As May Ocee increases in wage and of previous Suc a Price a a a. Ply those fully justified topped i n costs. Robert j. Davidson regional director assisting the local in negotiations said. The company has not changed Iti position one Iota on increases since original negotiations in october. They have also refused to arbitrate any of these issues a the Union he continued has then As production gets rolling again Supply will catch up with demand prices will fair and reasonable to will a improved. Black markets will disappear. And America will enter the period of Prosperity that everyone has been win Ifaf a Inry a or it 1 1 i National association of manufacturer a Hgt a Ca o st food prices up 50% without 0pa Nam s Promise to Public broken f
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