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The Sun (Newspaper) - August 7, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioA Ftp 1the Sun symbolic debris United steelworkers local 1861 leadership profits highly prom Usa summer school at Antioch by Joseph Uehlein Usa-1861 Brothers Harold Braun Irwin Laue Bill Posey and Jake Bickford Ball team is Leader Rentschler recently returned from a weeks study at Antioch College where they were instructed in the modern methods of Union activities such As collective bargaining grievance procedure j conduct of Union affairs Etc. The knowledge they gained will be useful to our Union in the future j it will also help us maintain our reputation As the Best conducted local in District 25. Our own a1 Jordan staff representative was among those present and conducted a panel discussion on the a steel con Kollin Everett City councilman by Jack Mccarthy Usa-1895 the Bickford softball team went into undisputed Possession of first place and the Champion-1 ship no f the red division of the Norwood Myca Industrial and editor of this Papel spoke league this week with a 14 to 1 a or Tiskiy about the Taft Hartley clothing workers Pac meeting draws Large attendance a Porter begins cleaning up the Rostrum of the House of representatives after the adjournment of Congress. For the rest of the country the scattered waste paper represents unfinished business Triumph Over bal Crank company t a and tie importance of pv1j� on housing prices and Sitf draws of economic collapse and War la in my Iii us a it 3 a in on a i a Piti and Henu Matesik h a a when bal. Fiauu Crank scored their Lone run on your reporter can Only add a an error. Gradolf and Montgom note of w Arning. Be sure to Reg Ery each hit a Home run for j ister now and vote on election Bickford. The team meets West Day that Way and that Way j Ern and Southern at 6 30 ., Only can we Hope to defeat the thursday aug. 7, in an Elimina reactionaries in Congress and the Tion game at Dorl Field nor state legislature Wood. So come on Fellows let s did you know get out and help the boys along Steve Kuntz was the first pres i ident of our local. Harry Kinnaird served on the first negotiating committee. Ted Beckman used to work in a circus. A1 Triemplar would rather work in his Garden than eat. I George Vester served in world i War i but did not receive his i medal for heroism until world War ii. Pat Mulvey a name is not Pat but Robert Yoo Hoo. Harold Braun once owned and operated a restaurant. Play. Otto Kruger s Hobby is photography at which he excels. Ray Hancock was the father of thirteen children Harvey Gelhot used to be in the construction business. Charlie Daniels used to be a weight lifter and racing car designer. Ted Meyers at 39, is still actively playing baseball. Wally Cline s Hobby is the study of wild Bird life. Harold fish Wick used to compete in motorcycle Hill climbing races. John Heareth served in the marines during world War i and fought against the guerillas m Ryk like shard me once drove 836 m a 4 a / a a a did t catch a fish Clem Landwehr plays the sweetest saxophone this Side of Guy Lombardo. John Graf owns and operates an 18 acre farm. Harry deck used to be an All around athlete. He excelled at wrestling boxing football and baseball. With a few cheers at the game. The Cincinnati joint Board amalgamated clothing workers reported a Fine attendance and excellent response monday night from shop and local officers attending the activities meeting on Pac. The act members said the Pac registration Job needed to be done and they were All willing to help. The general feeling at the meeting was that if Pac gets people registered now it will be that much ahead in 1948. They Are apparently keeping in mind a labor s Date in �?T48" and also the meeting this week in Rochester Job to do in 1947 in re electing our councilman Dolhn Everett to some of the Fellows have asked about the profits of the Candy and cigarette machines. A re. Quot. Part a this is posted on the bul Gether with a majority of char.,.letin Board every three months j for the Benefit of those who failed Arthur Hartmann associate notice Here is the report until manager of the act Cincinnati May 1, 1947. The balance of old joint Board is attending the i Flower fund $43.36 profits of act general executive Board i Candy and cigarette machines $44.36, making a total of $87.72. Managers of All the joint boards expenditures of $30.45 for flow were asked to the meeting. I ers leaving a balance on hand j of $57.27 As of May 1. Fellows i j lets keep our Eye on the bulletin j George Shivel will pitch horse i Board for these things in the i soes anyone who cares to future. 2772 elect Dean As Delegate members of local 2772, United steelworkers last week elected Art Dean As the local Delegate to the Ohio Cio convention sept. 12-15 in Cleveland Herbert David recording Secretary announced. Phil s men s shop men and boys Wear 3152 Madison re. Oakley we erred last w Eek in staling a meeting place As Bramble avenues the meeting will be held at 4310 Whetsel Avenue on aug. J 14. Let s All try and attend this. Group health programs which a saw . Citizens pay out $31 million for Protection in 1936,1 took a total of $45 million As pre-1 mums in 1946. These government 1 estimates also showed a sensational increase in mass purchases of Accident and health insurance. From a total of $87 million in 1936. The Public bought $250 million Worth ten years later. The Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Loans on Hornes Becker All Wool tropical suits $32.50 values now �?T24.50 Slacks = .$3.95up Coats u3.95 up a a a a Union made Cincinnati a 2 a stores Cor. 8th and Vine 114-16 w. 5th near tune in Wco at t Daily. A clothing manufactured for 41 year a race hardware cutlery. Builders and factory supplies Aufdemkampe Freeman Avenue part was Tiff a it Giorge p. Booklet life steaks chops Chicken evening dinners till 11 Union Headquarters a Dlf. 1000 vis it. We specialize in r i n t i n g Union newspapers Union stationery Union agreements Western printing co. We punt the Sun 534 Sycamore Street main 6682

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