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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 15, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFriday april 15, 1949 the Sun Page 5 this ill wind blows no Good filibusters must go in the last elections we the people of the United states expressed our will in no Uncertain terms. We went on record in favor of legislation to provide More adequate housing and tighter rent controls. We wanted a broader social Security program we voted to repeal the Taft Hartley act. We gave a mandate for Federal Aid to education so that our boys and girls be taught by underpaid teachers in overcrowded schools. Above All we expressed ourselves in favor of a civil rights program that would assure equal Opportunity for jobs housing and education to All americans. This w a s the e will of the peo pie. Now we Are faced with a shameful spectacle. The senators who oppose these measures have resorted to parliamentary Maneu vers to shut off any discussion of the real issues. They can still employ this filibuster so that consideration of needed legislation May never come to the Senate floor. The citizens of the United states must answer these obstructionists. We must insist that the Power to filibuster be broken. The wheels of democracy must not be jammed by the endless talk of a few senators. American labor did not throw out the do nothing 80th Congress to get a do nothing 81st. We wanted action then and we want it now. The Power to filibuster must be ended. It stands in the Way of Progress. Inside the City a policy on annexation and Extension of water service to areas outside the City have come under Public scrutiny As the result of the refusal of a group of persons in the Valley Dale subdivision to carry out a contract which they signed agreeing to seek annexation to the City. I have never been fully convinced that a great Deal in the Way of annexation will be accomplished by the method employed that is granting Wrater main extensions on the agreement that the persons gaining the service will sign a petition w Hen the a go Dpi the real solution to he problem of consolidation of political subdivisions lies in electing a state legislature which will recognize the critical problem facing Large cities. But nevertheless Council does have a policy of granting water main extensions Only when persons enjoying this service agree that upon the first Opportunity they will come into the City. The people in Valleydale signed a contract which was Legal until proved otherwise. It seems incumbent upon the councilmen of the City of Cincinnati to serve the citizens who elect them and pay their salaries a that is the people of Cincinnati. Therefor the majority of us voted to Call upon these Valleydale citizens to live up to their contract. It is not a Case of the City arbitrarily refusing water to persons in need of water. The citizens of Valleydale can have City water by the simple process of signing a petition saying they wish to be a part of Cincinnati. If their answer is that they do not want to live up to their contract do not want to be part of Cincinnati it May be rather hard to convince Cincinnat ians who Are supporting the metropolitan services that Valley alias Are being done wrong by. At All events the Only Way to determine whether these contracts Are Legal and binding is 11 v Hall with Rol tin h. Everett for the City to seek their enforcement. This can be determined by the City ordering the water shut off whereupon the lawyer representing the Valley a Dale residents undoubtedly will seek an injunction and the whole j matter will be thrashed out in the courts. Another interesting aspect of the matter is that there is Good reason to believe isl an establishment which runs rather open gambling May have had a Good Deal to do with stirring up the opposition. The proprietor is reported to have asserted he will spend any build a bigger pfc for a better Cincinnati taxpayers furnish Parks playgrounds waterworks streets and any number of other valuable and expensive municipal services which Are enjoyed by those not living in the City. Many people move out of the City de j libera Tely with the idea of escaping municipal taxes yet expect to continue enjoying the and j vantages of a metropolitan Community at the expense of those still living in the City. It is a i problem which is worrying municipalities All Over the nation. Be you Dollar top a a notice to 674 the Dale of the next regular meeting of local 374. United Auto workers has been changed from april 15, which is Good. Friday to april 29. The meeting will be held at the meeting Hall Odd Fellows Temple 5129 Montgomery Road Norwood at 8 ., Friday. April 29. I hardware cutlery. Builders and factory supplies Aufdemkampe 1112-1110 Freeman Avenue do 3200 219 e. Eighth st. Cherry 6273 Premier press company printers newspapers circulars publishers advertising broadsides Cincinnati Ohio the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Hoad Loans on Homes for workshops or safety toe shoes Fanger amp ram be inc Pearl 6 Broadway Quality footwear for ail the family Phil s men s shop men and boy i weat 3152 Madison re. Oakley a Corgi f. Booklet mfr. Steaks chops Chicken evening bin tiers till 11 Union Headquarters brotherhood bid. 1009 Vina 01 Union meetings amalgamated clothing workers All meetings Union Headquarters 1015 Vine Street. Joint Board 7 30 ., monday april 25. Local 113, coat shop 7 30 ., tuesday april 19. Local 135, pants shop 7 30 ., tuesday april 26. Local 164. Ital. Coal shop 7 30 ., thursday april 21. Local 175, shirts 5 ., tuesday april 19. Local. 200, Hutch Branch 5 ., thursday april 28. Local 504, Mcgregor Golf. 8 ., thursday april 28. United Auto w orders local 674, 8 ., Friday april 29, Odd Fellows Temple. 5129 Montgomery Road Norwood. Cio Industrial Union com in 8 Wednesday april 20, 1.015 Vine Street. Electrical w orders local 757, stewards meeting. 1 ., and 7 30 ., wednesday. April 27, 3953 Spring Grove. Oil w orders local 508, 7 30 ., wednesday. April 27, Miami and state roads Cleves Ohio paper w orders local 98, 1 30 ., saturday april 23, Odd Fellows Hall 5129 Montgomery Road Norwood Ohio. Novelty w orders local 256, stewards and executive Board 8 ., monday. April 25, Junior order Hall Weyer ave., Norwood Ohio. United steelworkers local 3243, Brighton screw 4 00 jim., thursday april 21, 1015 Vine Street. On the Parkway rub Mem tub Mem slurp boy washable ensemble suits Basque shirt am 2.95 a and Boxer shorts sizes 4 to 12. In Royal Blue Brown Green Light Blue tan Cocoa and Maroon. Perfect suit for a healthy growing boy. And a Boon for Busy mothers. Washable Cotton Cotton knit Polo sizes 4 to 18. Multiple stripes. Variety of colors. Cotton knit Polo shirts sizes 4 to 18. Plain and Broad stripes. Cotton Basque shirts sizes 10 to 18. Broad stripes. Boy s shop a first floor hours 9 30 to 5 30 1.00 1.25 1.95 a 3800

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