Page 1 of 18 Apr 1947 Issue of Cincinnati The Sun in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 18 Apr 1947 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Cincinnati The Sun.

Browse Cincinnati The Sun

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 18 Apr 1947 Cincinnati The Sun in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

The Sun (Newspaper) - April 18, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioWilliam Black is elected president of Cio Council the v a it i o o n c 4 my 0 in x kit mex 2� vol. 6 no. 26 a second class mane or 30, he Post office a Csc Nna a a it def the act of March 3. 1879 William Black United steelworkers stau representative was elected president of the Grenter Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council by acclamation wednesday april 16. He replaces a1 Jordan also a Usa representative who is retiring because of ill health. Blacks history in the labor movement dates Back to 1918 and he has been with Cio since its inception. He was instrumental in the organization of aluminium workers and was a National j Board member from 1937 until the Cincinnati local was incorporated into the steelworkers As local 310. He served As president of the local for eight years and at present is its financially Secretary and chairman of the grievance committee. Black has been on the staff of the District 25 Soltice since 1944. Walter Grainger legislative committee april in. 1917 chairman reported on the legislative meeting held in Washington last weekend. Delegates were deeply impressed by the thoroughness and Complete destructiveness of the anti labor proposals. He emphasized again and again the viciousness of the Taft and h Utley Hills. Reading an analysis of the Bill by Lee Pressman Cio counsel Grainger stressed that it was proved beyond a doubt that the Bills not Only strangle effective labor organization but wipe out any gains made by labor in the history of the nation. He declared that no matter which Way t Union would turn in attempt to operate honestly the proposed legislation would hamper and kill ail efforts. Wires and letters from William Lavelle state Cio Council Secretary and David Mcdonald Usa Secretary treasurer were also read. Both pleaded for Cio members to recognize the seriousness and danger of the situation and urged action i continued an pm is 51 Analyse legislative peril to unions a National legislative con a Dent charged Industry with which to bolster dwindling a of the k10 se9n in totalitarian other Points of analysis Ference of Cio leaders was a deliberate Poi Icv of with weekly earnings against nation la in the bib would destroy National Union that now have been drawn up by both Bills sat a unman May up. Told this week in Washington holding wage increases and that the nation is in the grip encouraging strikes until it of a most serious and crucial can get its anti labor legis situation. While decreasing Purchas 1 at Ion passed. Cincinnati delegates to the ing Power is degrading the conference were Walter standards of living for com Grainger chairman of Cio Mon citizens prices and prof Council s legislative commit its Are running amuck and tee and Robert j. Davidson Congress is threatening to so regional Cio director restrict unions As to prevent the conference recalled in effective action in the Situa a statement the blame hurled to on it was declared. A year ago at labor for seek Philip Murray Cio presi ing wage increases with greed perils democracy congressman tells rally Industry has continued through j the present proposals against reconversion the greatest strike labor As a threat to the Ameri for profits staged in the history can Economy and democracy it of the world congressman. John self and called on labor and its Blatnik Minnesota Liberal told friends to awaken politically to 1000 Cio leaders and members the peril. Earnings mounting living costs Anu sen Taa and congressman resent no More than employees the Way the National Assoc a Hanley an analysis of the Bills by 0f one employer. They might a Tion of manufacturers Engin Lee Pressman Cio Aii Orney. Said Ciliate in a common National. Or erred the death of opa. J a Chi very Blunt terms a the a animation but such National or living Cost skyrockets analysis declared a these Laws a animation could not Force con a Tho live of Hac Tkv have been Ca Efus by designed to for mity by its locals to a National a permit crippling in not total de policy under the Tatt Bill. The rocketed since the death of st auction of the labor movement Hartley Bill would forbid two opa a a the statement said j and to guarantee that if the lab locals cooperating or consulting a profits of food corporations or movement survives at Allt on common strike policy have become fantastic. The a Sui Vve solely As a labor would destroy Industrial unions meat Dairy and other food k,onl1 a round it operated a cd., in i regulated by government in the companies have doubled and j interest of employers. Tripled their net both the Taft and Hartley i would set up aparte elections it was pointed out that 1946 Bills contain a series of attempted for every Craft department profits were $12 billion As regulations of the detailed opera a Plant Trade calling Etc. Compared to $9.5 billion Dur Mons themselves. The thus collective bargaining ing the War and that profits car Ley by places virtual a Quot a would up into so for 1947 Rob Abl will mount a Quot 5 pr0ccss a Quot a puts Quot any a Quot a a units As to make it Lor 194/ Pio it a it a will mount government in the business meaningless o $17 billion. I of directing and running labor i. _ ,. ,. Would destroy Union Security the ground work for a gov unions 1 Ern ment controlled labor front following 3re some of the the Taft Bill a Ould separate so called p to f Ess i o n a i pm p Loy egg from others. The Hartley Bill both Bills outlaw the a continued on Page 4� closed Friday night at a a depend your Union rally at Emery auditorium. A we who were fighting overseas a Blatnik said a got the impression workers were taking their wages Home in Bushel baskets. But when we came Home we found our working relatives and friends had not become Rich a the real strike was the refusal of Industry to reconvert to the War Effort until it was guaranteed Cost plus. That Cost the american taxpayer $59 billion needlessly As much As the whole William Lavelle state Cio Secretary sounded a similar warning As to legislation in Ohio. He declared that any anti Union anti worker Bill is received with open arms in Columbus but that legislation to improve working and social conditions is Given the cold shoulder. Verda Barnes National Cio Pac Field representative Analysed the pending anti labor legislation. A Brief memorial to the late president Franklin d Roosevelt was held in recognition of the the year the Union died fiction which May be fact by Allan l. Fletcher of it since you last saw him Back a shop a Bunch of the Guys were this is a conducted tour of in 1947. But let Jim Tell you him clustered around the bulletin 1948�?a Quick Batlis Eye glimpse self. He a anxious to talk. That a Board and they looked like some into the future. I about All he can do now thing was wrong. Down there that Little Man j there was a notice up. It just with his Back against the Wall funny thing about the Way it j j. A from n jew in he work that a Jim. Recognize him look started said Jim slowly. A week Shaw a not inc Ude any ume in activity not constituting productive close. He May resemble you. It was last summer. A monday Jim a been having quite a time morning. When i came into the Tive bargaining. A hello to supports Cost of the first world War congressman Blatnik charged second anniversary of his death. That Industry continued the strike Al Jordan Reurink Cio Council after the War with its drive to i president read Roosevelt s Quot eco break Price control and its Refu nemic Bill of rights Sal to enter into genuine collect George Grigsby president of he denounced local 214 fur and leather work a ers provided musical entertainment through a vocal Trio. The Rev. Anthony Deye Covington gave the invocation and the Rev. Burton Hill friends Church the Washington up a full Benediction councilman Rollin fledged Cio cooperation was Everett was chairman promised to the Nat federation of Telephone workers Jjo Tyr la sponsor ated in the nation wide strike i against the Bell system and As. Stowe it i radio Socia Ted companies the statement of Cio support came from organization director Allan s. Haywood who said a while the a few is not affiliated to the Cio we consider that the Telephone workers Are fighting a Battle in which All american workers should be interested and eager to help. Their Victory will be a Victory for All of Haywood said that Cio unions Mincer eat bargain ing first National radio broadcast of news comment under sponsor-1 ship of a Union will Start at 7 30 p. M. Wednesday sponsored by the United electrical radio and machine workers with Leland Stowe famous foreign correspondent As commentator. Wco local Mutual network outlet had not scheduled the program when the Sun went to in the Telephone Industry Are re press. The program will be car a petting a few picket lines 3nd ried weekly Over the network for the Cio proposes to increase its 52 weeks. Cooperation and to mobilize Stowe will combat the ant labor and Public support an be labor propaganda that is being Kali of the aired. Amp we stared at each other trying to figure out just what it meant. The answer Wasny to Long in coming. The paychecks at the end of the week were anywhere from $5 to $10 Shorter than usual. The Guys were plenty sore and we sent a delegation in to Ltd see Hoggins the Plant Boss. I was one of them and Hoggins was very pleasant while Jack Mifflin asked him what gives. He just sat Back and smiled. Then he reached in his desk drawer and pulled out a copy of a Law. The Law says. A that boys a he said a is what gives. The Law of the land Sayi no pay for cleanup time rest periods or any other a non produs i Tivey time. Matter of fact. In i being very kind to you. Coula Dock you every time you continued on Page 2 Stop since they made hah out of the Union each Man s his own bargaining agent. The Boss likes it better that was. 13 car a a other Side the news Quot at 8 15 1\ m. Monday i Sal

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Cincinnati The Sun Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Cincinnati The Sun?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection