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The Sun (Newspaper) - August 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioPlan All Vit or Everett Campaign plans for an All out pain to save pro1 representation and re labor a voice in cite g. N r a v re tonal Cio-1 half until registration will have had 22 years of clean Cit to get on the ballot and would a 3__ntl a to Man Horl Strtt Trio a o a a a Robert j. Cio dime it were discussed 0 unofficial meeting of Cio x ers Here this week. Recommendations will be made to Cio Council that a Strong committee be formed it fight for retention of or and to seek reelection of councilman Rollin h. Everett with a Strong first Choice vote and support other progressive candidates. It also Vei i fort to get rid of. Is directed by the political machine against labor and the other forces in the Community which favor clean representative government a Kroll said. Quot the machine wants a system of voting by which it can rinse there still Are Manv i go a Emmen under pro Ever never be there had not the a Ett said. A in other cities where Chine stolen the seat in Council thousands of Cincinnati Wor a Quot j political machines have Complete j made vacant by death of an in my people who Are not Regis control of City governments the dependent Republican who tired to vote Jack Methard machines fight adoption of or. Strongly favored or Everett de Pac Field director reported. Here the machine seeks to get dared. It was introduced by a a a a hmm Jbv to mayor Carl Rich who was no it i elected to Council but was Pic he Given to candidates favor a ult cd by labor in Norwood nor 28 anti a or 88 a Legisla in a Thern Kentucky and other sure Davidson urged that All locals and of h. Have their members Complete the councilman pointed out the filling out of registration that in 11 City elections under de there by the Machuc m a re questionnaires which have been pm the republicans have cast shuffling of elective jobs distributed and Supply inform a total of 44 per cent of the first apr is a system of alive votes Quot Tion As to potential Pac neigh Choice votes. A and they have Everett said. A if your first Choice boyhood workers. J elected 43 of the 99 councilmen a unsuccessful your vote stays answer Taft Hartley gang elected a he said. A what system alive until one of the men you could hit the Nail More squarely choose is elected. But under the Ai l0ur Leht Here against the j in healt a a control All nine Council seats forces which Back sen. Taft and ust As it has controlled All 1 labor anti consumer he Hamilton county seats or a program will be watched by the a they have six men m coun Hima a. A he Ohio legislature. And that s simple. They want All candidate. D Counce Wouita the Taft Hartley gang. A nine seat to to it. Hanoi a Iii Schneller proposal you May put an x before nine candidates and none be i proof v our vote is j a i fun 1 61 a eater Cincinnati communities. The meeting was called by the or fight was discussed by pendent republicans and demo would do see that some stooges Everett on the Cion a weekly pro eras could have no voice there run to split the opposition vote. Gram. Quot the other Side of the and so the City employees could1 and kill those votes cast for the registration of voters was j news at 315 monday night be used for political purposes stooges. Then even a minority rail. A m it 1m re. La i w. A a it Erali _.== a Mhz a it �?s�h1�?1 n a Milr to Ollil Pilju Ihl Tii Ihu Biu 1 "l5fiwci�wiis4i>l5smfc n n in vhf w a Bill listed As the first task As Over Wasai. As they Are at the 0 Well controlled machine votes there is Only a Moith and a a a the simple facts Are that we the proposal needed six votes could elect All nine councilmen. The sex a Iberal weekly 29 entered a second cl3� matter Juna 30, �944 at the Post off tee at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under the act of March 3, 1�7t. It s 4 among the falsehoods being circulated against or is the claim that if the candidate for whom you vote no. 1 is not elected your vote May go for someone you do not want. The facts Are that your vote cannot count for anyone except a candidate in front of whose name you have placed a number. . Stife l corp. To roasts vol. 7 no. 17 August 14. 1947 the Overall living Cost Index for april was 58% above that for August 1939. Ball. Hartley try to usurp executive Powers Over labor by Travis k. Hedrick h. Ball a Minn and rep. Fred Washington a Fri a de a. Hartley a . To receive tails of a secret meeting to which guidance in setting new rules for members of the expanded Norb their organization came to Light were summoned by sen. Joseph last week. A Board members James j. Rey a Vii a profiteers no Sanc John m. Houston went to the Senate office building on i monday july 28 along with the new general counsel Robert n. J Denham. The meeting had been set originally for july 25, but too few were Able to attend. Sitting with Ball and Hartley was Gerard d. Reilly former Norb member and co author of the Taft Hartley slave labor act. When the meeting began Ball had a list of 70 typed questions on administration and practice facing the Board. The list had been prepared within the Norb and a a leaked to the senator. After this private session had been under Way some time sen. Claude Pepper a Fla entered the room and declared his amaze ment at the proceeding. Pepper asked Ball and Hartley what they meant dealing with a Board appointed by the president and asked How they had Power to Tell an executive Agency what to do. Denham during the hearing on his confirmation before the Senate committee had said it would be a a rare privilege to Enfer with the joint la Bor Man it continued no Page 5 Start or drive at Latonia. Tkv. W the Cio regional office this the Louisville and Nashville rail week announced that an organic Road. The organization is of non ing Campaign for the United operating workers including Railroad workers has been Start blacksmiths machinists and lab de at the Latonia ky., shops of orders. In 1945, sen let a Pappy Quot o Paniel d. Tex bought a Washington apartment House and evicted 11 tenants. The House he Prore in court was needed by Ida family. Bui today he does t Jive there any More. The building was sold to Senate apart a Tennis inc., remodeler and now apartments Are for Sale at si0,000 end up. And who do1 you think h the principal stockholder of Senate apartments inc you re tight. Pappy himself. Feder tied picture know them by their record get Cio guide Washington up a a 12 Page supplement incorporating the 1947 voting guide went out to readers of the Cio news with its Issue of aug. 11. Featuring the vote on the Taft Hartley act the guide lists votes of senators and representatives on major issues of interest to labor. Copies May be ordered separately by Union individuals or other groups for 5c per copy 100 for $4, 500 Lor $15 and 1000 for $20 from the Cio publicity dept., 718 Jackson place Washington. 8, d c. Why wait for a depression Why Nounou they say that working men vote Only when their belts Are tight As they were in 1932�?that they forget to vote when times Are Good. With prices and profits at new record highs and the purchasing Power of the wage earners pay Check dropping steadily it is time for him to vote now in Cincinnati the political machine which sent sen. Robert a. Taft and congressmen Elston and Hess to Washington to kill Price and rent controls and pass the Taft Hartley Bill now is grabbing for More Power. Boss Schneller proposes system of City elections by which Well organised machine vote could capture All nine seats in City Council this would help lain tie Cincinnati up politically so the tails Els tons and Hesse can stay Safe in their seats. And it would kill out labor representation in City government. Proportional representation has Given 22 years of clean City government to Cincinnati. It has Given working men a voice in City Council. This is labors fight and a fight for All citizens who believe in representative rather than one party government. It is time to convince reactionary republicans and tory democrats that working men will not permit business monopolies and their representatives in government to drive us into another disastrous depression. It is time to Register All the workers to vote if you Are not registered Register now at the Board of elections 622 Sycamore Street open 8 30 . To 4 30 p.m., until noon saturday. Done to wait for a depression. Register to vote now

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