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The Sun (Newspaper) - December 2, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioThe publish eel by the greater Cincinnati Industrial i Niou Council a w a. So a to sum a Liberal Cio w weekly owned by its headers a so j0 vol. 12 no. 3 2 <9 i m c i 1 i j t s 1vi Juei a 10 of Finali. Obi to int Rcd As second class matter june 30, 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under act of March 3, 1879 december 2, 1949 Law Kaiser pact a Yvo life Norb election is Opportunity to join Law workers at the electric Auto Lite company in Lockland Ohio will be asked shortly to decide whether they wish to join the Law Cio William g r a e b c raw Field organizer announced this week. While a definite Dat Quot has not been set by the Norb which will conduct the election it is expected to take place before 1 Decemb r nation wide firm the a Uto Lite company occupies the former Curtiss Wright Plant and is the largest Indepen-1 specific advantages such As equal All Cio Union members who have friends neighbors or relatives working at the audio Lite Lockland Plant can help towards the Success of this organizing drive by urging them to vote for the Law Cio toil them Al out i and your Union and they will readily see Why it is a Good ii Tift working Man a new a a belong to the Cio family. Above advantages Are Only a few affecting Lockland Auto Lite workers directly. Quot there Are Many More in belonging to one of the finest unions which has an unequalled record for getting fair contracts and advancements for workers in the automotive Dent manufacturer of automotive aircraft Marine and electrical equipment in the world. Its prod chive less pay than men do for Henry j. Kaiser looks on a pres. Walter p. Reuther of the United acts Are manufactured in Many j the same jobs. Auto workers signs a contract covering workers at the Kaiser Frazier plants across the United states. Better pension plan Plant a Willow run Mich. The agreement provides for a company a about 2200 will be eligible to j by belonging to the same Union financed pension fund and improvements in an existing health and vote in this Plant election. W a Hare plan. Federated pictures 17 plants Are Law Murray keynotes 1st due convention in full blessings of the National Cio pres. Truman and other government officials were showered upon the 4-week-old into. Union of electrical radio amp machine workers As it opened its organizational convention in Philadelphia. The Union chartered by Etc pres. Philip Murray in Cleveland nov. 2 three hours after the United electrical radio amp machine workers was tossed out of Cio. Opened its Philadelphia sessions with an attendance of 389 delegates from 119 locals. In a pre convention statement Cio . James b. Carey chairman of the due administrative committee said Charters had been issued to 133 locals representing a total of 221,325 members. A Good fight keynote of the opening session was set in a 60-minute address j Philadelphia my wins several a a the Issue is purely and in j Norb elections in adulterated by communism Quot he As umii4#a� f m Ala Al sorted going on to describe the a Orissa a old be Quot As a a communistic nest inferno and its leaders =><=1 in a Post Cir convention drive Quot the greatest band of cowardly workers in 17 plants of this j would be in a stronger position company Are already represented a to bargain for an adequate pen by the Law. Law Cio workers Sion plan than by being rep rein these Auto Lite plants enjoy j seated by a purely local group. Grievances this also holds True when settling grievances. Law can take these to the top management in the company if necessary and get quicker results and More favourable settlements than an Independent Union which cannot go further with its complaints agricultural Imple-1 than the local Plant management. Wage rates Kaiser Frazier pact provides for >100 monthly pensions after five months of negotiations the United Auto workers Law Cio and the Kaiser Frazier corp. Reached agreement on a pension program and Imas employees in 17 other Auto-1 prove ments in the present health Lite plants workers in Lockland j and welfare fund. Some 12.000 pay for equal work while Many women at the Lockland Plant re to unite All workers Are involved. At age 65 under the settlement management will pay 6c per hour per worker into a pension plan designed to provide Al least Sloo a month at age 65, including Federal social Security payments. The company will raise its payments into the health and welfare fund from 5c an hour to 73/ic. Details of the pension plan which extends until nov. 11, 1954, will be ironed out by a Union knaves that Ever e x i s t e a men workers the Law Cio yes-1 throughout the Day attacks on ter Day won an Norb election wage rates in Law plants Are management committee. The communism featured All then Louisville Kentucky Plant negotiated from year to year. Health and welfare fund which for 26 weeks and $2 ,000 life in speeches and messages of Greet-1 of the International Harvester j while at the Lockland Plant they j was extended to May 11, 1952. Ings including one from pres. Corporation. The vote was Law Are at present determined by provides free hospitalization and Truman which praised the Dele 1 54, Al 383. There were 36 the whims of the local Plant surgical benefits of $30 weekly Gates for their opposition to sub-1 void or challenged ballots. The j manager and his foremen. Aversive activity in and out of the \ farm equipment and Metal workers be expelled by the Cio convention had run third in a previous election and did Graeber pointed ouf that the Durance. By Murray who told the delegates a you Are in a Good fight Maurice j. Tobin and former War a Noble fight and holy fight. Vic j labor Board chairman William torn will attend your efforts i a Davis. Labor anti communist sen. Francis Myers a a. ,.i not appear on the ballot joined in Praise of the new Union s anti come foist policy at be could pics the afternoon session and similar a collapse of the former be commendation was expected from a organization was predicted by other government officials sched j the Law Cio leaders As workers used to speak at later sessions j in plants represented by former including Navy Sec. Francis p. Be local unions All Over the Matthews air forces Sec. W. Country were taking action to of Stuart Symington labor Sec. Ciliate with the Law. Another Victory in Chicago the tractor works pension fund is Alibi for Indiana Rale boost demand of International Harvester corporation formerly represented by be local 101, voted by 20 to 1 to affiliate with the Law. The tractor employs More than 4,000 people. At the West Pullman works of International Harvester Corpora former in american chief faked payrolls govt. Charges former rep. A Parnell Thomas f mrs. Robert Hill formerly mrs. A . Faked the payroll of the i Jacqueline b. Voss was put on House Una Merican committee As j the committee staff but did no Well As that of his own office the j work. Later it was brought out government asserted nov. 28 As she addressed Thomas personal the congressman a Long delayed j Christmas cards trial for payroll irregularities got j Thomas was chairman of the under Way. Kick backs prosecution attorneys proceeded to bring out the record of Thomas padding the payrolls with the names of people who did no work but who kicked House Una Merican committee in the 80th Congress. Conceivable demand that could be made upon it Quot Public coun Seler William e. Sleeker charged Here. The Indiana Bell Telephone co., at amp to subsidiary is seeking a $6 million Dollar rate increase before the Indiana Public service commission. Tion a membership meeting voted government paychecks Back to direct its executive Board to j Thomas. The defendant re seek an Norb election. Norb owned As a red baiter and labor hearings were held this week at both Chicago plants. The Law and the company agreed to hold consent elections but the be refused. Affiliate with Law the Center of fees strength hater has tried throughout his congressional career to cover himself with 100% americanism. Long delay the trial of the Florid faced Jersey Ite came after a years delay during which time he went Indianapolis the billion Dollar pension fund of the american Telephone amp Telegraph co. Is a grossly inflated beyond any Law wins election Al Deer Park Plant Sleeker accused at amp to of Low the Law Cio won another j ering an Iron curtain around the election Victory in Cincinnati at j number of employees it has the than 75 per cent of its total Mem an Norb election held november j number receiving pensions and i Barship. The Law already rep-30 at the Hess amp Eisenhard co., number on the pension lists j resented 19,000 of in cd sem Blue Ash Road Deer Park. Yet insisting upon rate increases ploys. Be had represented a Auto bodies because of an alleged pension proximately 25,000. This firm is a manufacturer of Drain. Is so far reports received by special Auto bodies for funeral j a the same thing is happening j Law vice president John a his office Secretary Helen Camp cars. The election was decided in All Over the country Quot Steckler Livingston director of the age Bell whose lawyers claimed she favor of affiliation with the protested. A at amp to never is forced Ricu Tural implement workers de helped the fakery scheme Only was in the International Harves on the sick list to avoid trial ter Chain where it had More j two court appointed doctors finally declared him fit to face the music after finding Thomas drove his own car smoked several cigars daily and partook of highball every evening. Facing trial with Thomas was Auto workers by a 57 to 41 vote of the Plant employees. Al Bush Law Field representative was in charge of the organization drive at this Plant. To show what actually happens to the millions it puts into its pension he demanded that the company be forced to produce its figures. Apartment show that about 80 per because she was forced to by her cent of the fees estimated 35,000 members have already acted to leave be and affiliate with the Law. Boss Thomas. The Una Merican committee payroll Angle came out when asst. Food for All is Truman s pledge president Truman pledges american cooperation t o w a r d creating an abundance of food for All Peoples in his address last week at the annual meeting of the food and agriculture organization of the United nations in Washington. The president said that meeting the food shortage problem was a major cooperative Endeavor toward a your common objective of a stable and peaceful world Quot. Declaring he hoped the Fao soon will set up permanent Headquarters in this country or. Truman said its work is Central to a the whole Broad Effort to raise living standards and achieve greater Freedom for All Mankind. He said its work centers on two major problems to increase production of foodstuffs and other farm commodities and to see that those commodities reach those District atty. George m. Fay said who need them

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