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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 15, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPage 4 the Sun Friday april 15, 1949 the sum a Liberal w weekly published by 1 or greater Cincinnati Industrial i Nion Council Cio entered As second class matter june 30, 1 >44 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2. Ohio under the act of March 3, 1879. Editor. George h. Marienberg. Or. Office. 205 e. 8th st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. A ii Garfield 2550 executive Board William Black Waller Grainger. William Brenner Edward Hellkamp Arthur Hartmann Ray Sowder James Mclendon John Dehner Talmadge Zipperer James Rogers Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman Philip Parr George Grigsby Wilfred Porter Rollin Silver Max Sein John sink John Case. Ernestine Locknane. K. W. Schellenberg. Nathaniel Jordan Hugo Clug and James Wigbell. Subscription. $2.00 per year r. D. R. Heritage on april 12, 1945, Franklin d. Roosevelt died. Four j ind Menifi a me american people As they so torm d Isis masking a tool As it w Aih to cd Wori of War Fhi la liar a free labor system is the very foundation of a functioning democracy. We know that one of the first acts of the Axis dictatorships has been to wipe out All the principles and standards which labor has been Able to establish for its own preservation and . 1, 1941. On War i have seen War. I have seen War on land and sea. 1 have seen blood running from the wounded. 1 have seen men coughing out their gassed lungs. I have seen the dead in the mud. I have seen the agony of mothers and wives. I hate War. I wish i could keep War from All nations but that is beyond my Power. I can at least make certain that no act of the u. S. Helps to produce or to promote War. A aug. 14, 1936. On Huy int Power in the last analysis consumer buying Power is the milk in the Coconut of All business. Whether you own a big department store or do business in a Small Way on the main labor and the nation will never forget f. D. R. And his great contribution in War and peace to the advancement of All americans. Labor United in All out drive for to repeal Washington up a faced democratic election platform a by one of the toughest fights in Tion in neither House has yet county aiding in the cancer research foundation Campaign which is being conducted during april in All parts of the country the Cincinnati Industrial Union Council through its Community services committee has distributed containers to All member locals so that Cio members in the greater Cincinnati area May make contributions to this cause. Joseph sepate chairman of Council s Community services committee and member of the executive Board of the Hamilton county cancer research found of the Dis Tribu soliciting of donation on downtown Street Corners every saturday in april is being made by members of local 28, american Union of Telephone workers under the direction of Nell Mckee chief Steward of the local and w. R. Schellenberg president. This activity is part of the annual program of the Community services committee of the Industrial Union Council which works in cooperation with existing organizations in Many civic and charitable undertakings. A More hospitals and clinics for cancer detection can be built if the quota of $300,000 for Hamilton county is raised a sepate said. At present there is one clinic in Cincinnati at general Hospital which under the direction of or. Charles Barrett sees 75 to 80 patients the one night a week it is open. Mrs. Justin Rollman is chairman of the drive in Hamilton Street of a Small town your sales Are dependent on How a labors legislative history Al passed the committee stage. Al-1 Cio president Philip Murray much Money the average family of the Community is earn \ Cio Iam and Jmwa top Strate ing. That is one reason Why i have talked so much about j gets have joined in a common the one third of our population that is ill Clad and ill housed and 22, 1939. On housing millions today Are living in Urban and Rural habitations which fail to comply with minimum standards of health safety and decency. The continued existence of these conditions Breeds disease and crime and impairs the health and vitality of our present and future 1, 1938. On Ileal ill the objective of a National health program is to make available in All parts of the country and for All groups of our people the scientific knowledge and skill at our Cam Mand to prevent and care for sickness and disability to drive o i Congress to present the National legislators with the determination of the people of the . To have the Taft Hartley Law repealed the Federated press Learned apr 12. After Long and detailed conferences with labor Sec. Maurice Tobin representatives of the four big labor organizations and the administration have agreed that there is a real Chance of winning outright repeal on the basis of the Lesinski Bill if every Effort is made a top labor official declared. Many International unions affiliated with Cio. Walkie talkies for Pac workers starting june 1 anybody Over 18 can get a License for a civilian Walkie talkie. Already on Sale Are a transceivers a Little pocket sets about the size of a camera. The Federal communications commission predicted Many uses for the Small sets a on farms big construction projects and the like. They also will be Handy on picket lines and May prove invaluable to Pac a we feel sure that we have 194 i a a a on amendments. The House i Block workers on registration safeguard mothers infants and children and to offset i votes for repeal in the House. Plans to take up the measure drives and election Day efforts though the Senate labor com i has endorsed the drive As have Mittee reported out the administration Bill weeks ago the democratic strategy committee has taken no action. Latest word is that the Senate will not act until the House has passed the Bill. The House rules committee apr. 11 sent the administration Bill approved by the labor committee to the floor under an a a open Rule which allows unlimited attempts at amendment on the floor. Labor leaders had sought a Rule which would require a a a yes or a a not vote without amendments. The Rule allows 8 hours for debate on the Bill and one hour on the Rule. A As of today apr. 12/�?T he said j members Are allowed 5 minutes through social insurance the loss of earnings among workers who Are temporarily or permanently . 23, 1939. In profits we list 201 As definitely against apr. 26 repeal and 38 As doubtful. We lost two votes by the vacancies in new York. But we Are holding another meeting tomorrow and we believe our total of votes to get out the vote. Veterans problems editor s note sex and women Are t it ally inter no Wise Man has any intention of destroying what is i 200 then a e increase be in the benefits which their government offers them through known As the profit motive because by the profit motive we mean the right by work to earn a decent livelihood for ourselves and for our families. We have however a Clear Man i ors against repeal 41 for repeal i daily. The following questions per the spokesman said the a joint veterans administration and they strategy boards listed 45 Sena Are asking thousands of questions Date from the people that americans must forswear that j and 10 doubtful. Here again he Tain to veterans benefits enacted by Conception of the acquisition of wealth which through excessive profits creates undue private Power Over private affairs and to our misfortune Over Public affairs As Well. Jan. 4, 1935. On democracy a if n democracy is a living things a human things compounded of brains and Muscles and heart and soul. The service of democracy is the Birthright of every citizen the White and the coloured the protestant the Catholic the jew the sons and daughters of every country in the world who make up the people of this land. Democracy is every Man and women who loves Freedom and serves the cause of Freedom. A nov. 4, 1940. Hoped for changes in favor of Congress. Repeal. Revelation of the joint legislative Effort came on the eve of the congressional recess for easter holidays. National leaders have urged locals in All parts of the country to Call on their representatives at Home during the recess. is the latest Date on which a world War ii Veteran May file claim for readjustment allowance for unemployment May be claimed for any week ending on or before july 25, 1949, or two years after Date of discharge whichever is later but not after july 25, 1952, except for persons in the House will be in recess listing under the armed forces april 14 to 25. The Senate Only Over the extended easter week end. Recruitment act of 1945. Such persons have two years after the end of their first period of in although repeal of the was list ment in which to claim the one of the major planks in the j Benefit and five years after the Date of such discharge to use their rights. is the function of the Board of veterans appeals in the a Board of veterans appeals renders final decisions on cases appealed to the administrator of veterans affairs. The Board has no original jurisdiction its work is similar to that of a court of appeals. i live on the farm i intend to buy with my . Loan , but you will have to supervise the farming operations on your farm to qualify for the loan. am a w Idow of a world War ii Veteran and would like to know if i May obtain guaranty of a loan. the loan guaranty privilege is limited to world War ii veterans. Cio Council aids cancer research �11 memory am april 12, 1945

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