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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 11, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioSeek Large crowd for rally tonight starts at 7 30 in Emery auditorium a strongly attended Cio stewards meeting monday night one room country school a top Honor student he was not j Laid plans for getting out a big crowd to the a defend your satisfied with academic strivings alone so entered politics. A 1 w 1 Union rally this Friday night at Emery auditorium. Con he was elected to the Minnesota state Senate in 1940, its g i jiicil.3 Gress Man John Blatnik Minnesota Liberal and world War ii youngest member. He left that Post for the aimed services t hero is to be the main speaker. Serving three and one half years in the air corps from which to a the rally at the auditorium fourteenth and Walnut he was discharged at the end of the War As a paratrooper a pc �1 a 1 a <3 streets will get underway at 7 30 . There will be a Short Captain. It musical program before the speaking starts. While fighting in Italy and Northern Yugoslavia he won 9 a \ f i from congressman Blatnik the crowd will get a slant the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster and the air medal. 1 \ j a Al Cicle on the present All out congressional drive against labor and last fall he opposed a Republican 18 years in Congress and liberalism As seen by one who fought in Europe for a better Defeated him. Other speakers will be Verda Barnes National women a l10 Way of life and who now is fighting at Home for it. A1 Jordan greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council president submitted his resignation to the Council wednesday a Iii 26 ftvitte.-. June 30, v/4t Offoot at in Cannati 2, it Oer King it of March 3, 1879. The Young congressman a record is the american Story director for Cio Pac and William Lavelle Ohio Cio Sec i fact. He won his education by Money earned teaching a rotary. Councilman Rollin Everett will preside. Jack Kroll National Pac director has been detained in Washington by Panl 2< because of ill health. Another meeting. George Grigsby will direct the musical a i regret having to take this to n Whf program. Action Jordan said a but it is. A u mls plans for the rally have been under direction of Walter matter of regaining my health or Grainger chairman legislative committee of Cio suffering a Complete breakdown. Council and a1 Jordan its president. Sincerely appreciate the help so t wet approximately 250 a Ward ended the Mon �9 i i i i Day night at Auto workers Hall on Vine Street. Jacob c Lay cers and delegates. Spa v 7 i Quot Man state Cio attorney and Robert Smith of the state staff q outlined the legislative threat facing unions and the import a Ance of getting out a Large crowd to Friday night s rally As a warning to congressmen and legislators. The stewards also heard the Cion a radio program the other Side of the news presented by Everett. Elmer Kauffman Council treasurer showed two film strips. Vol. 6 Ino. 25 april 11, 1947 press behaviour editors Are cold to words of dying Centralia miners daily newspapers which generally can squeeze tear Jerker from the Barest material virtually ignored one of the greatest and most touching human interest stories of recent years the letters of trapped and dying Centralia 111., Minners to their wives and children. The letters were found with tie bodies of the winners after the blast which killed 111 because mine owners and state officials had ignored the known hazardous condition of the mine. They had scribbled the notes to their loved ones who were Only a few Hundred Yards away above the ground but separated from them forever. Following Ere texts of some of the messages a a Quot dear sweetheart and sons it s now 6 of clock is feeling pretty Low but Honey if 1 done to make it sell the House and go live with your folks. Your mom and dad will take care of you and the boys. Please Pray for me and join the Church for me. Tell Day to quit the mine and take care of mom not like this. Well baby and my Loving boys goodbye As i am feeling weak. Lois of love. A a a my dear wife goodbye. Name baby Joe so you will have a Joe. Love All dad Quot a a a a to my wife it looks like the end for me. I love you Honey More than life itself. If i done to make it please do the Best you can and always remember and love me Honey. You Are the sweetest wife in the world. Goodbye Honey and Dickey a a a a dear wife Good bless you and our baby. A a a a dear Mother and Sisters and Brothers 1 am Fine at 5 30 p. It looks better getting some air. Is in bad shape moaning a fid going on. Take care of a other. Tell jobless Bill gives business everything Columbus the Ohio chamber of Commerce and affiliated j big business organizations today emerged Victor Over 2 million j Ohio workers covered by unemployment compensation when Senate i Bill 112, giving everything to employers and nothing to workers was rammed through the Ohio state Senate by a vote of 23-10. See about Security insurance. We wont All get out. We found a place in the air a Little the realizing that the Senate was in rebuttal exposing the tact smoke is bad. God bless you All. In Complete subjection to big that the measure offered nothing your Loving j business interests labor in Ohio to Ohio a jobless workers while letters such As those written outwitted its opponents by re it handed Ohio employers a under such circumstances would fusing to offer amendments to�$28 million annual savings have made Page one of every the Bui from the floor. In this some 500 . Members from paper in the nation ordinarily. But at this time they might have spoiled carefully built up hate t continued Page 41 quotes of the week Tel am not interested m that kind of people. They did t vote for me. A state senator Kyle Brooks r. C i no Inna to to be Union representatives As they pleaded the Case of Union labor on legislation. 7 Don t it Are what anyone thinks about the Bill. It is mine and i u til stick to it a sen. Fred Reiners r. Cincinnati to Auto workers who protested a $28 million unemployment compensation slash for employees w Ich not one More cent for the unemployed. Fashion labor was Able to gain around the state attended the a Clear Cut impression of its Senate meeting. They were Given friends and its enemies. Six republicans joined with the four Senate democrats to vote against the measure which was deemed a a audacious by senator Howard Metzenbaum d of Cleveland. The six republicans came from highly congested labor areas. They were senators alien Corlett and Jack Persky of Cleveland Hildebrand and Cramer of Toledo Mccandless of Hamilton and Mason of East Liverpool. They joined with the minority members and Mahoney of Cleveland and Jackson and Bernard of Youngstown. Senator Reiners r of Cincinnati author of the Bill under consideration made an evasive presentation of the High lights of the measure. Senator Metzen Baum followed him to the floor 1917 Trade i a Ion a1 Jordan a to my successor i offer As much help As i can possibly give and extend to him and the Council my Best wishes Cor continued nomination and election of a new president will take place at the next regular meeting. 7 30 p. M., wednesday april 16, room 206. 1015 Vine Street. Council delegates unanimously approved support of the United paper workers local 1009, strike against the Gardner Richardson co., Lockland. A Resolution supporting the National association for the advancement of coloured Peoples membership drive was proposed and agreed to by the delegates Jerry Maxey Council Sec re was detailed to draft a let an object lesson in the steam roller tactics of the present n leg i s la t u re. A not within recent memory has an Ohio legislative body been bold enough to pass an unemployment compensation Bill without a single liberalizing amendment for labor a said William Lavelle Secretary treasurer of Ohio . Council after the session. A Ohio labor should take notice of the fact that a substantial Republican majority of the state Senate considered it More important to give an unneeded $28 million Bonus to employers than to make it easier for an unemployed worker and his family. There can be Only one answer to such Brazen in Ler to the National Cio request difference to needs of Ohio eng information regarding their workers. The workers them j position on president Harry tru selves must write that answer Man s grec0-Turkey proposal for at the ballot Box. I con Tonuca on Page Al an editorial tie Telephone strike a monopoly is. Democracy this weeks Telephone strike and the issues involved in it Are matters of concern to every Union worker in the nation even though the strikers Are not affiliated either with Cio or Al. Brought into focus by this strike Are the most important issues in the present legislative and economic crisis faced by organized labor. The $12 weekly wage demand is based soundly on the drastic Rise in living costs which Are feeding unprecedented profits into american corporations and threatening a re there a just too much Beauty Tor the judges of the artist cession trough loss of customer purchasing Power. League of America to decide the Winner of the contest to pick Quot miss but even More important is the Basic reason for this ?Erp of a �0. Quot use ele cd a radio a a the 8tr,ke�?T the reason the world s monopoly the Ameri worker Cio second from right and Pat Randall of local 20. Can Telephone and Telegraph co., reached no agreement Wilu 1 forgive her. United office pc professional worker Cio. Federated picture i pm so 41

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