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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 22, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioAl i or s Gravo h e sum a us tvs ii in l pm a a i ii a so 1 1n i 0 Quot Terca is second class matter line 30. ?44 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, a la a under the act of March i. .679 by Quot to in to a us if tip j z be torn which Marks the grave of for. Millions throughout the nation also paid reverence to the i Mory of the Man whose death april 12, 1945 brought gloom to All believers in democracy the world Over. Federated pictures the ivc Peai to ceded but House Amy Mients still endanger fair april 22, i i a a a a Stihi local labor men part at Ohio play safety Active Council several Hundred Cio Mem District director from you Ivy a Gram of action for these combers. From All Over Ohio took an town who had been vice chair m it tees Burke pointed out that Active and equal part in the j Man of tie metals Section was safety programs Are not designed week Long 19th annual All Ohio elected to head that Section for alone to Cut manufacturing costs safety Congress which ended in the coming year. But to end the pain suffering and Columbus april 14. Without a contest management death caused by inadequate As a result of last years Battle representatives on the foundry safety measures in Industry. The first floor Battle for Taft Hartley repeal will come in the House at the end of the easier recess probably on april 26. After stalling three weeks the House rules committee sent the adminis ratio n s Thomas Lesinski Bill to the floor under an a open that Means the Bill will be wide open to amendments planned by Dixie rats and reactionary republicans. Offer if the Wood Bill is blocked. The amendments would chop the administration plan to bits and write in the Wood Bill piece by piece. Administration leaders Are Tives Are ready with a Long list of amendments which they will marshalling votes to turn Back these schemes. In the Senate reactionaries seem to be giving some ground. Senators Ives Senate action has been held up an Taft r., Ohio now a Hope to rally republicans and by the filibuster rent control Dixie rats around a Bill which in which Cio won equal repro i Section joined with Cio delegates a wednesday night the delegates sensation with management on to elect Joseph Kreutzer presi attended a banquet held by the i t Europea 1 ltc07.7. 1�hfr would drop the ban on prefer the metals and Metal fabricating a Dent of steelworkers local 3320 Ohio Cio Council to discuss the i measures and still is not Likely a entail hiring and political expend panels of the Congress the Cio in Dayton As vice chairman of safety Congress. They were gen untl1 next month it after the House Dit res allow strikers to vote in. I i a _ pm Tel had an important voice in the the foundry panel for the coming really agreed that the safety con planning of the program for these i year. I Gross would never solve the first move of the Plant elections and relax the Law coalition against secondary Boycotts. House two panels. Two Cincinnati men were promoted to More important positions at the Congress. Edward Hellkamp president of u a w local 674 in Norwood who previously had been vice chairman of the metals fabricating Section was named chairman for that group. Ray Sowders steelworkers representative from Cincinnati stepped up from Secretary of the metals Section panel to become second vice chairman. Sowders stated that increased cooperation of managements will be necessary in order to obtain 100% cooperation and and lasting results. James Griffin steelworkers because Cio had a hand in safety problem in the shops and fighting to keep the Taft Hartley reactionaries May follow that act will be an Effort to strike Load. Out the whole Thomas Lesinski planning the safety Congress factories of Ohio. Program Many labor represent i the solution they Felt must Tives were guest speakers. A Totne from concerted action on Bill and put in its place a Bill of typical example was the metals the part of local unions and con feed by rep. Wood a Section devoted principally to tinted legislative action. These the Wood Bill would enact Basic steel where Frank Burke delegates agreed that the Man Taft Hartley with new anti Union chairman of the United steel gement of All too Many firms clauses drafted by the 80th con workers safety and health com paid Only lip service to the Prin Gress a a watchdog committee Mittee. Was a featured speaker Caples of safety at conferences reactionary represent Burke s speech entitled a this like the Congress and did not is labor s program a was based practice in their plants what Puj a Fqy Titi Lobo la h 11v on the United steelworkers safety they preached at the Congress. _ l. Program a the heart of our pro continued pressure by local Gram a said Burke a Calls for the unions is a a a must if manage creation of joint labor manage ment is to be made to shoulder ment health and safety commit its responsibility to protect the tees to make a concerted attack lives and limbs of its employees on Industrial diseases and Acci the delegates said and they dents and to reduce the Cost of agreed that continued dynamic disability in legislative action was an equal outlining a seven Point pro the Cio favors the Thomas Lesinski Bill As written without amendments. President Murray says the Wood Bill is a even More viciously repressive of labors Basic rights than the Taft Hartley act new farm policy to Rene l it consumer at the Cio Council meeting 11 Agner warns of air South coalition he will fight it condemning the Republican Dixie rat coalition which is slowing the action of the 81st Congress representative Earl t. Wagner Democrat of the second congressional District Hamilton county called on Cloers to look Voe for repeal also fat the record of Congress before a the danger is a we Agner said agreeing with radio commentators in the offering of crippling and newspapers that it is doing amendments by the Republican nothing when he spoke at Cio Anci Dixie rat coalition. Council meeting last wednesday. A constant watchfulness on the the 81st Congress is ahead of the 80th regarding Taft Hartley repeal that representatives who Are Wagner said that 90 per cent of elected by All of the voters not the freshmen congressmen Are by a Small minority will legis for outright repeal and several late for the people. Republican congressmen will was a nth a Lucid by Wagner called on labor to organize the South politically so i government subsidy would lower food prices for Consumers with full Protection for the Farmers is the theme of the agricultural policy presented to Congress by Secretary of agriculture Brannan. Brannan a proposal marked the third shift in Basic u. S. Agricultural policy since j 1932 and showed Promise of heated debate before it is finally acted upon. In simplified terms Brannan proposed a system whereby a be paid Farmers whenever the Price of a commodity Falls below a a a up. $1,550, he said minimum income goal. This. A minimum income goal is defined As the average buying Eastland a miss contended it was Quot simply the Cio s wartime consumer subsidy program while rep. Shafer a Mich snorted Quot it is nothing in the world but the old Shell game brought up to Date. Quot he added his gang May not be Able to defeat the program. National implications of farm Prosperity were explained by Brannan in an appearance before Senate and House agriculture committees. A a Farmer on red no. 2, Defiance Ohio ordered a tractor last year priced at Walter Grainger vice president of american agriculture in the of Council who chaired the first 10 of the immediately pre meeting. Ceding 12 years. For 1950 it would a when it arrived at his dealer s the Price was $1,950. His soybeans went Down from $3.47 in september to $2.18 in March and his Corn went Down in the same ,. Months from $2.00 to $1.23. He Edward b. Hellkamp. Record la Ltd Avcin eng Power for ing Secretary reported on the the years 1939 through 1948 All Ohio safety Congress which under the present system the was held in Columbus last week government enters the Market a the voters at Home must con Anc pointed to the presence of and purchases commodities a Onue to write letters to their labor representatives As the Rea when the Price fall below a pre congressmen i appreciate them son for More Success than has determined level. Consumers myself because letters asking for been seen in the past 19 years through taxes pay the subsidy a a second phony health Bill has repeal arc evidence for me. Of safety Congress existence. And also pay the higher prices been offered in the Senate this a and done to forget to write to Max Sein chairman of the Are maintained by the gov time by senators Taft a. Ohio Farmers today he added Ara a $30 billion customer of american factory workers. Imi Liiv 11 a Iilah kill a the 81st Congress has done part of supporters of repeal is More than the 80th did despite most important now. Blocking at every Point by the Dixie Ops a the congressman told delegates to the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council. A the coalition uses fake Roll Call votes files minority reports i Republican congressman committee i emment purchases. Under the i Smith r., . And Donnell a with Only one committeeman Dis a from the county a first District called on delegates to bring All Brannan proposal Consumers will to. The first phony Bill it of wanting. Leaves the House and j you Ean t visit him because he s local Union officers and Active Benefit from lowered prices while feed by senator Hill d., Ala i. Would put health insurance on a Charity basis. The new on would Grant s114 billion to state for health use. Both Bills Are aimed to obstruct the Truman health insurance program. Calls for a quorum not to men in Florida and the record shows members to the May 18 Counce Farmers remain protected. He was there 10 Days before the meeting for a program featuring Dixie rat and reactionary House j the Fellowship House choral republicans immediately at Taft Hartley repeal will come group and discussion of Fec tacked the new fair Deal farm to the House for amendment and and labors part in the fight plan while liberals and farm Tion the infamous filibuster allo halt the administration program. A despite this opposition the program is having Success and vote april 26. Against discrimination. Groups expressed support. Sen

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