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The Sun (Newspaper) - April 29, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFriday april 29. Ims the Sun Page 5 inside the City will move rapidly to be prepared to take advantage of any slum clearance funds which May be made available by the Federal government. There was a meeting this week of City and housing officials there s a a Lejla f. Shin ton big business is giving Congress the hot food to keep the Taft Hartley act intact. Four bucket of water is needed right away write away to your senators and representative Tell them you want Taft Hartley repealed and the Thomas Lesinski Bill passed without amendments. Do it now 11 local 3213 United steelworkers of America 11 v h a 11 with Rollin h. Everett called by Council planning committee of which i am chairman to Lay the plans for Cincinnati participation. But Large hurdles still stand before us. The United states Senate has passed a slum clearance Bill by which Money would be made available to cities prepared to go Forward. And the Ohio House of representatives has passed an Urban redevelopment Bill. The first thing a City must show is that it is prepared to House the people who would be displaced in slum clearance. In steel workers company fires and re hires because of forgotten orders by William h. Black local 3iq-U.S.A. Times have changed and full employment is no longer with is especially not at the aluminium industries inc. Many of our members have been Laid off due i wonder what w Ould happened to the people who were Laid off if they had forgotten to do their Job to that extent. Of Well what does it matter. The people who forgot to do their Job received their pay just to Lack of work so the company the same no bread and butter tells us. Taken from their children. This just what is the real reason your committee is at a loss to May have been an honest mis Sale but brother done to you Ever permit Public housing Cincin Nati and other Ohi it understand. Let s see w by we make a mistake like it if you do Are confused you know what to expect. In one of our very Large de your committee had two primp of ,.mjem? i but of element one this took place two eks go. 12. 1 a her a have been done on the april 12 meeting. In my opinion he just wanted to stall us off. However at the conclusion of the april 2i meeting or. Swig i t told the committee that the company would require a few More Days to finish their counter proposal and that As soon As it was finished we would Reeve it by mail. Today fifteen aay from april. 12 we received the proposal submitted by management. What a proposal the ?.�?z i Idva e been so i so it is essential Flat citizens a let their state representatives and senators know they want an adequate Public housing Bill passed i to make Urban redevelopment slum clearance possible. Even after such a Bill is passed there will have to be a Legal lest to determine whether the Bill actually offsets an Ohio supreme court decision against Public housing in Ohio. The time consumed by such a test and the actual work of getting housing projects started will mean Many months if not two to four years before housing will be ready for occupancy. If is easy to see there is no time for further delay. A i attended a meeting recently j of the Knothole base Ball association and the stories i heard there convinced me even More fully of the need for More play it grounds and better care of those existing. There Are few things More i worthy than this Effort to use the energies of our boys through the National past time in guided play. But often the efforts Are frustrated by difficulty in scheduling a Field. Some of the team managers told of boys suffering broken legs i because of the bad condition of the playing Fields. And at some i Fields there Are not even water fountains. Council has asked the recreation commission to report whether the $50,000 we assigned to them last year for rehabilitating a the Fields is adequate and if not a How much More is required. In the opinion of the Union this did not sound very reasonable so it was decided to take the question up with management for the purpose of learning just what the reason was. Here is the excuse Given by management. Quot some one in the sales department or some place along the line forgot a great Many orders that were on file to be shipped. These orders May have remained among the forgotten records if the customer had not called the company and asked Why his orders had not been shipped. This discovery made it possible to re Call Twenty four employees. 7 to to a w i Tai Neil presented management with your proposal and or. Swigert asked the committee if they had anything to explain in regards to the proposal. The committee was prepared to Start work so the company was told we had nothing to explain with the exception of some major and minor changes contained in the proposal. Or. Swigert said that the company would need some time to go Over it and would submit a counter proposal to the committee in a few Days. On april 21, we again met with or. Swigert who than ask the committee to explain our proposed changes. This could 1861 is old Sun supporter Joseph l. Uehlin 1861-Usa first steel practising physician. When the late War broke out she was a icon the lovable and altruistic a1 Vinced by the nazis that she a a pop Jones president of local j should practice her profession in 1861 is on vacation this week and Germany and later barely escaped in a sure that All of our Mem a with her life from the heavy air Bers concur in wishing for pop j bombings that eventually Laid the a Happy and much deserved rest. A a a Law at the close of the War she our members were much came t0 a country and is now surprised to learn last week that connected with the doctor s staff some Cio locals in this area do at Chr so Hosp Al she 15 Manly not subscribe to the coupled a a Malana re Arch at. Local 1861 has the distinction j e pleven me of being among the first of the Cio locals in this area to sub pm 06 twork.6 to scribe to this very informative paper and your reporter can at 1., nominates test to the fiery and far from gentle admonition when a Mem offie ers at meet Oer of our Union fails to receive his weekly copy of the i by Elizabcth Engel i know one member Harry local 98�?Cio-Upa deck who after Reading his copy or a Ai meeting of the Sun from beginning to jct l31 98 was held on april end takes it to his local Barber 23 and notation for officers shop and places it with the other took. Place at that time further Reading matter for the Benefit of those patrons who do not receive this paper. 0 0 0 my nominations have been made i if Jwj a Jakq a Cincinnati s own Earl Wagner president. Roy Cozart vice who is now a congressmen in president. Bud Hoffman Finan Bers hip Well informed we have called off our regular thursday night meeting but there will be a special meeting sunday May 1, at 2 . At our regular meeting Hall. We urge every member to be present As you and you alone will determine what will stay in and what will come out of your agreement. It is your agreement and covers your working conditions. It sets the wages you earn and determine whether you have anything to say about the the piece work arrangements you work under or if the company will just Tell you to do it and like it. This will be a most important meeting. Action must be taken so be present hear the facts and Vole As you wish. Failure to attend will mean you Are not interested in your own working conditions and wages. For workshops of safety toe shoes Fanger amp r Amie inc Marl b Roadway Quality footwear for All the Pamin tune in nominations will also be held at the May meeting. The elections will be held in june. The follow Washington d. C. Has coined a new word that pretty Well explains the apparent do nothing Cial Sec a. Walter Flomerfelt treasurer Carl Henry recording Sec a Elizabeth Engel ser attitude of the 81st Congress. The j n word is a and a j Geant at arms Bob Lange i word is Dixie Opo and was cd d Fread guard Charlie i 9 Bressert educational chairman Loys Bushers. Nominations for stewards the following were nominated i for stewards maintenance Load j ing Dock and Ink room Roger j used by Carl to illustrate the reason for the coalition of the labor baiting politicians from both North and South of the United states. A Dixie Gopy May one Day be added to our modern dictionaries Potraffke pressroom and make and will probably be defined As any politician whose legislative policies Are opposed to the Labouring masses. Up Day de Weiler pressroom night Harry Bachman Fred Scheer Jimmy Edwards cutting room amp varnishing dept. Girls Andrew d. Vernon lop holds a in Flag while Charles Bram mer Waves his hand to commemorate the raising of the first steel column at the future Home of the United nations in new York City right off the East River. The 24-ft. Column of steel weighs 16 ions. Federated pictures continued on Page 8 Jack Van Der Leun came to l Catherin Mcdonough cutting Cincinnati from Holland in 1913 Hoorn amp varnishing dept. Men and has been a Good Union Man since. His wife was born in Java and in her Early youth had a Chance to study the tropical disease of malaria because of its proximity to her native land. Later she moved to Europe and studied Medicine and became a is Wco now on television too wow to and Wco to every Home came Rubela the club Flamingo offers the finest food and drink served in one of the most luxuriously designed entertainment spots in greater Cincinnati. For reservations Call Hemlock 4466 i 633 York st. Newport by

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