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The Sun (Newspaper) - August 29, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioTkv s1fi pm a greetings Crown furniture co 1739 Elm Street officers and committeemen of i Sa-310 greetings from Burke s Best regards to Westover dry cleaners Bridgetown Road to 0106 Cincinnati i1, Ohio la Cir pure Spring ski club Vich atop the above officers. Executive Board and committee members of local 310, United Steelwork ers Are first Row left to right Anthony Holthaus trustee David Hall co chairman grievance committee Thomas Werk building committee Philip Yutze trustee Marian Greer entertainment committee Gladys Haubner trustee. Second Row left to right Floyd limes building committee Paul Klosterman treasurer Oscar Dudley exec Tice Board Emil Grabel executive Board Russell Wiegele. Building committee Owen Miller executive Board John Tuerk co chairman. Building com a Mittee David w. Chouteau executive Board William Krebs executive Board Gerald Hamer vice-ii�218 Bumble 3430 president Charles Roeck. Executive Board and Edward Zeuch recording Secretary Mai Tremont 0. Officers not in the picture Are Robert p. Ester president William Black financial Secretary 237 George st and chairman. Building committee and a. C. Debater co chairman. Grievance committee. bar Day greeting g amp t fruit co. Glacier Springs bottling co. 246 w. Sixth is. A 7777 a 3417 a or labor Day greetings from Cincinnati s Quot cheer up a cleaners Fenton cleaners labor Day greeting Queen City Coal co buy clean Safe dependable Hea 933 Dixie terminal building main 5170 James a. Reilly vice pres. Laborda a Ting Fred Schenke direct factory dealer Dodge a Plymouth xxx did m is Sage for labor Palt continued from Page 1 it it said millions a fear depression and j misery because of congressional. I surrender to the the Cio Pac chief declared i a we cannot avoid the conclusion that the blame for this situation j lies at the door of the Republican j party in general and at the door j of sen. Robert a. Taft of Ohio in i particular. Nor can the blame a for this shameful congressional a performance be avoided by the i titular head of the Republican party. Gov. Thomas e. Dewey. Who sat smugly silent while the hand that held the knife plunged it into the people s Back. This could not have been accomplished without the assistance of the reactionary members of the democratic Pac has started a Campaign a to return the Congress of the u. S. To the people of the u. S. It is seeking the registration of every eligible voter. It is building a citizen army of a million workers who will work on the blocks in which they live urging men and women to make sure they Are registered to vote. A fac is also asking for Volun to tary contributions with which to carry on its work. Best Tes Haber i it a. Motor delivery co. Third and Baymiller c Horry 37.36 labor Day greetings e r try i Stark printing amp stationery 0. I fifth and Monmouth. Newport Holland 4832 a to this dual to roters and Selt or Register Mew passenger better Tjw i factory a to inert to a body arts 34 in a or 6114 Montgomery Road Flea san Ridge Meirose 3040kline�?Tsftfrh m race fashion firsts for smart Cincinnati women ing voters and securing donations for carrying on our work the Pac today dedicates itself. I am confident that we will be As successful in overcoming the obstacles that confront us As we were in overcoming the obstacles that sought to keep America s unorganized workers from joining our labor Kroll said. A when pres. Roosevelt died the chief business agent of the . Passed st. Louis Al official advising a meeting of 86 business agents to get into politics. Compliments of Rose Brand butter co 536 Livingston on 7310 l compliments ofal Minum industries inc

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