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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 22, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioTic Sun a Liberal h weekly published by the ii talc Cincinnati Industrial i Niou Council Cio entered As second class matter june 30, 1944 at t office at Cincinnati 2, Oino under the act of March it. Editor George h. Wartenberg. Or. Office. 205 e. 6th st., Cincinnati 2. Ohio Telephone. Garfield 2550 in the state i dramatic i vac hearings show ing differences opinion executive Board William Black Walter 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 committee Porter Rollin Silver. Max Sein John sink John Case. Ernestine Locknane. R. W. Schellenberg Nathaniel Jordan Hugo dug and James Wigbell. Subscription. $2.00 per year Columbus april 19 a Public hearings on fair employment practices legislation amended h. B.-106 were concluded in. An emotion packed session of the Senate Commerce and labor if atch it record in a hearing marked by More drama than Veteran newspapermen could recall in any other legislative hearing in j cent years proponents and opponents of Fec rested their Case. Chairman Orville e. Whitacre i a memo fat set. During election time charges and counter charges of political opponents often cancel out the truth and leave the Stark county limited both Public perplexed. Not so now. The Republican element from v i 10z1 i c at it of pc or posit Ion to a 2 political act raw a .3t. Carie iterate a is s iiyjs1 hotel workers Lor a minimum wage just As hard As they oppose a fair employment practice Bill. In Washington the Ohio senators Taft and Bricker Are the first to oppose any useful legislation if it bears the administration Label and their vigorous efforts to Compromise with the Dixie rats has been a National disgrace. We want the facts to be known and for that reason we will give you a resume once a month As to How your senators and congressmen voted. You just Check that record and Tion. Rich Berg told the committee comes election time you can even turn off your radio. You he would offer specific evidence will know your friends and enemies Only too Well by their As to Why Fec was Union Stith action s tonal on All these Points but his testimony did not become specific. Richberg claimed that a Fec heart of the chamber of Commerce opposition saying a they have changed the old theory of a business As usual for a new one of prejudice As a to rebut Richberg a claims of a dire things to come a if Fec is passed Marshall quoted similar arguments used by chamber of Richberg supported sections of i Commerce spokesmen in oppose the Law making it illegal for ing the new York Law several labor unions to discriminate years a read into the claiming a u. S. Supreme court record current testimony by these decision upheld the right of the j same spokesmen contending be state to bar discrimination by pc had brought about none of labor unions. But in the same these predicted hardships for religious leaders in supporting Fec a Richberg said that he found no defense for a attempted artificial equalization by he added his belief that such legislation was a a tyranny and he disputed that a police Power of the state could be used to combat Job breath he contended that to bar t c employers but had in fact help >1 is to minutes v Ith Oppon j discrimination by employers de business in that state to make 12yat a a a is beam i to upset Thomp advancement i is was Donald fat 1 no onetime Alc Gix nomie machine liberalism. Today Richberg is attorney for Public utilities and o t her corp Oral ions. 1 igh11n,g his Testi Mony were predictions of Quot dire things to come if Fec becomes Law. Richberg claimed the Bill was unconstitutional and cited multiple sections of the . Constitution and the Ohio cons Titu i sen spokesmen for Fec Proton e n is thur Good mar s h All. General counsel for the National association for the advancement of coloured people smashed Man sized holes in iceberg s a Rumen. To. Pointing up the strange inconsistencies of Richberg a arguments Marshall quoted from the Brief Richberg had filed with a us a s. Senate committee hearing on a proposed Fec Bill. In that Brief Richberg said a the right to legislate in these Fields rests solely with the state Legislatures not with the Federal Marshall pointed out that Richberg a Contention that the Ohio the Dan ger of in junctions in Cleveland last week there was rendered one of the it so Niece Fri com of speech. ,.a religion and Assembly and the most fantastic court decisions in the history of Ohio. Twelve Esse ital right of a Man not to United electrical radio and machine strikers were called i make a 1 legislature had no right to pass before Cleveland a common pleas judge James c. Connell he further charged it would such a Bill was in strange and for alleged contempt of court charges. They were accused Force employers into a i Volun unreal contrast with his Testi of violating a court injunction issued in the Fawick air flex j Ary servitude a and added that Mony in Washington. He did not believe that the Lygis Point by Point the spokesman 1 nature of Ohio a had the Power for the proponents broke Down Richberg a arguments about Freedom of speech religion press and Assembly and then got to the strike. The court inflicted jail sentences ranging trom 10 Toto pass legislation of this sort 80 Days he imposed reckless fines totalling $22,000 1 striking out at what he called but weirdest and most outrageous of All was the Bond a the Quot extraordinary hypocrisy of he set upon the 12 strikers. It totalled $2,060,000 the fixing of Bond by the court was so unfair and Shock of flit ing that the court of appeals reduced it to $42,500. But the fact remains that judge Connell deliberately and wilfully sought to break the strike by placing the Power of the court upon the Side of management. In recent months there has been a growing tendency among the courts of the state to use injunctions recklessly and wilfully As a strike breaking weapon. We must do everything within our Power to Stop this alarming growth of gov j Ern ment by injunction. Spring cleaning by to Lynne Federated press congressman drip by Yomen Don t let the first breath of Spring find you unprepared. The time to take those boxes Down from the top shelves to sort and mend is now before the Fine Days tempt you to Laze or the children suddenly done to have anything Light enough to Wear. Children a styles change very Little and the word from. Paris in ease you Are interested is that women a styles this year Are going to be much the same As last. So your Cue this Spring is to clean let out and refurbish. Perhaps you will want to change a Long sleeved dress into one with three Quarter sleeves or you May find your coat More comfortable shortened. A too tight suit jacket might be converted into a Jerkin or the sleeves on a dress worn under the arms might be made into very Brief sleeves with the armhole Cut Low enough for the bad portion to be eliminated. Whatever you do in the Way of sewing this Spring make it More efficient and pleasant by checking Over the contents of your sewing Basket first. Bring its contents up to Date so that when you sit Down to mending and revamping you la have the right thread and enough Needles. What you need get some heavy thread for buttons mending Wool and darning Cotton and mercerized thread in the colors of the garments you Are going to work. On. Matching thread can cover a. Variety of sewing sins. Have Sharp scissors thimble tape darning egg Hooks Eye snaps ribbons seam binding a razor Blade or Small scissors to Cut thread scraps for Patching. You la find it a Good trick to put a breadboard on your Lap to keep work Flat in front of you and. A steel Crochet Needle is Handy for picking up threads. Keep the ironing Board Iron and pressing cloth at hand if you doing an Ellout sewing Job and get in the habit of pressing your work As you go along. It will improve its Quality immeasurably. Basting threads should be As Long As you can comfortably handle but done to use too Long a thread for Hemming. Pulling the thread in and out of the cloth weakens it so that the last portion of a very Long thread will Lack the holding Power needed. If you Are going to do any shirring catch each Row with a pin. Then when 1 All the rows Are completed pull the threads at the same time so Marsh Phi labelled. that Fecit few a i trolling labor unions should pass but those controlling employers should not a most revealing of the chamber of Commerce a belief. He added that since business exists under the Protection of a the state of Ohio the state had j an. Inherent right to pass legislation controlling the operation of j business. The hearing came to a dramatic end with Marshall engaged 1 in a heated debate with senator David Ferguson r., Cambridge who is expected to Lead the fight on the Senate floor against Fec. Ferguson giving every intention of his bitter Bias threw flaming heat Laden questions Ai Marshall. At one Point the Cambridge senator seeking to rationalize prejudice and discrimination said to Marshall Quot you were brought to this country As a chattel just like an Marshall roared Back a i was not and my government tells me that my rights shall be based on me and not my at this Point the chairman a pounding Gavel ended Ferguson s bitter attack and the Public hearing came to an end. Chairman Whitacre announced that the committee would meet at 10 of clock wednesday april 27, to consider and vote on amended House Bill-106 and that the Public would be permitted to attend the deliberations but would have no voice. M he Obj eels a Tiow can i prove Thal wages Are responsible for High living costs that they Are even and finish each one off Quot As a matter of principles a sen. John Bricker a Ohio is o p p o s e d to any government housing program. He took his stand at a gop Senate policy committee meeting. In addition to objecting to Federal aided housing Bricker also found time to oppose a National health plan. Like his other gop buddy Taft he hates Progress and often votes with the Southern reactionaries the Dixie rats

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