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The Sun (Newspaper) - August 19, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPaga 4 the Cincinnati Sun Friday. August is. 1 Sarthe Cincinnati Suna Liberal weekly published by lie greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio every week with exception of last week of july and the Issue preceding labor Day. Entered As second class matter june 30� 1044 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under the act of March 3, 1879. Editor. George h. Wartenberg or. Office. 205 e. 6th st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. Garfield 2550 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 Porter Rollin Silver Max Sein John sink John Case Ernestine Locknane r. W. Schellenberg Nathaniel Jordan Hugo Clug and James Wigbell. Subscription. Or 00 per year he was wrong before Herbert Hoover celebrated his 75th birthday with thousands of greetings from As a former president and see him today As a Well meaning old Man who has been doing what he can for government efficiency. Bin or. R amaze"1 the country with a speech recalling his failure in the Field of government policy asserting that through government spending and taxes our nation is blissfully driving Down the Back Road to collectivism. He added we Are on the last mile. Of or. Hoovers speech a Washington pundit said a the has in two decades Learned nothing forgotten nothing a most daily papers praised this speech As that of a great Prophet forgetting that his prescription has been tried during the 1929 depression and almost killed the patient. If the Hoover formula is the Republican answer to the problems of the world As it appears to be beware. We done to want to go Back Selling apples which was his solution to the unemployment problem while in office. Vhf . A cps fat 1949 new changes in Ohio unemployment unfair to democracy compensation go into effect August 22 the charges that Robert n. Denham general counsel for the National labor relations Board made a Deal with the major Oil companies Are very serious. The Cio Oil workers into. Union made these charges and asked president Truman to remove Denham from office. It All centers around the denial of fair hearings before the Norb to 253 members of the Union discharged in California by major Oil companies. A Deal was consummated with Washington lobbyist Gerard Reilly a close Friend of Denham the Oil executive Board says in a Telegram to the president. This is Only another proof that Rotten Laws like the Taft Hartley Law always find Rotten administrators who know that the spirit of the Law is to hit labor by every Means possible fair or unfair. Howard Tik Mii Woll Lloyt. This is the first of a special series of articles dealing with the a in e n d e d Ohio unemployment compensation Law this information is important to All Union officials who Are asked for advice by members who Are out of work at present. Clip this information and keep it for reference. Editor More than two million Ohio workers in employment subject 1 to the Ohio unemployment compensation Law will be affected by a number of major changes i in that Law which become effective on monday August 22. J generally speaking workers concerned Are those in the employ of employers hiring three a or More persons. Exceptions include governmental agricultural j Railroad and Domestic workers As j Well As those employed by religious and charitable organizations. The changes based upon amendments enacted during the most recent legislative session involve important additions to both the worker s rights and obligations under the unemployment compensation Law. Among the requirements a worker must meet to be eligible for benefits under the amended Law Are the follow ing 1. He must have been in employment covered by the Ohio Law in 14 weeks during his base period and must have earned $240 or More in that period. The base period of a Benefit applicant includes the first four of the last five completed Calendar quarters immediately preceding the first Day of the week in which he files a valid claim. 2. He must be actively seeking suitable work. In determining whether or not a is suitable the Bureau of unemployment compensation s administrator must take into consideration the workers prior training and experience the degree of risk to his health safety and morals his physical fitness for the work involved and other factors. 3. He must be unable to obtain suitable work. 4. He must accept an offer of suitable work when directed to do so by a Public employment Center and must not turn Down any referral to such suitable work. $30 is top deduction for social Security and As a Bonus for More work Par hour they get a Par Nal handshake from you . Was More than $30.00 deducted from your wages for social Security taxes in either 1947 or 1948� if so you May be entitled to a refund. Social Security taxes must be distinguished carefully from the income withholding tax. Both Are deducted from pay checks. The withholding tax applies on the worker s income tax for the year the social Security tax is the 1% of wages up to $3,000 a year deducted to pay for old age and survivors insurance. If a person works for one employer Only that employer deducts social Security taxes up to $30.00 and then makes no further deduction for the balance of the year. But if a worker is employed by one employer and is paid Over $3.000.000 and then work for another employer and is paid for example $600.00, the first employer will deduct $30.00 from his wages and the second $6.00. This $6.00 will be refunded if the worker applies to the collector of internal Revenue on the 3rd floor of the Post office building Cincinnati 2, Ohio. Also if a worker has two jobs at the same time More than $30.00 May be deducted from his wages and in this Case also he will be entitled to a refund. Application for these refunds must be made within two years after that in which the tax is paid. 5. He must be Able and available for suitable work. 6. He must sign an affidavit that he neither advocates the overthrow of the u. S. Government by Force nor belongs to an organization which advocates such action. In addition to setting Forth the above requirements for unemployment benefits the amended Law also provides that no person May be paid benefits for any period of unemployment if 1. Such unemployment is directly due to a labor dispute. 2. The claimant knowingly makes a Fales statement or fails to report a material fact relative to such unemployment. 3. The claimant fails or refuses to report to the Bureau of unemployment compensation or any of its designated agencies As required by the Bucks rules. 4. The claimant leaves his to attend school or because of marital parental filial or other Domestic obligations. 5. The claimant is discharged for dishonesty in connection with his work or becomes unemployed by reason of commitment to a penal institution. Letters to the editor your comment on the girls pictures in the Sun we Are glad to know we have members in the Union that look out for our moral standing. Of course no editor will admit any wrong just so he Sells his paper. That is the trouble with All our editors of daily papers. If you state the pictures have been in for years there must be a reason Why the members speak up now Why not print their letters and let us know both sides of the Story. I know we All thought out Here the last few pictures were pretty Shady and some i Call pretty with a face Only a Mother could love. These women Don t need brains or Beauty just nerve thankful mamber local 1941
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