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The Sun (Newspaper) - December 26, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioI Job 4 the Sun the Sun congressman Pipp 4 Lihe Rul of eerily published by the Greisler Giulii a Raul Union a Ocineil Cio sri i 194 it to Tost offre it c try out i Kif i of oct Cimo co j. 8/9. Editor Rollin h. Everett office 15 eighth St., Cincinnati 2, o Bio Telephone main 4813 executive Board Williem Black. Ray Tucker. Elmer Kauffman. De Hellkamp. John Dehner. Arthur Hartmann. Waller Grain George Grigsby. Wiki Wilder Izaj a Bra i Haw Vilf dec Porter ?.i? Rau Ray so Der Earl Davis Lathaniel pc Dan. Sien. Hugo King. Jame w ibis Rau Ray i a than Al j of Dan. Subscription. .92.00 per year. If Foj Rait Kiri ice und in the a to lick of one of the top police Tim Manduit is such a it a described to be it shoo id dispel it Ray doubt let it prejudiced thinking of Cincinnati a police Adanri initiation. _ tie Sci official of the Assoc alien a h advancement Ltd coloured people As consist my of a Iii Wirrig of a Gorilla a a Bce by with a coloured Man s head on it weit Lelei Evcei l i min a id violence and a Capri a cwt Bein brutalized chief wealth Eric saw nothing in the posting of tar Andi said he himself had received it after a recent i crime of violence. The office in whose office it was posted said it did not reflect on any race. If the police commanders really believe that their Lack to intelligence disqualifies them for the Post they hold. On by Yomen the Low legislature costs Ohio workers due to our Republic Rio is amp in legislature largely do minted by the Republican delegation trom Hamilton county the we King pe-6 p to i. A ploy ment compensation benefits in a larger proportion thar in other Industrial states. The few Liberal forces in the legislature led by labor Union elements attempted to liberalize of r u nem ploy men t co m pen s a Tion Law in this respect at the last session but to no Avail. It a i�itffiiiiinif�ifby�8iiit�rr i ii i a lieu res indicating the Pei cent age Hymy Oon r you Ever get Xmas greetings Effrom your constituents Uncle Quot the Solhei hand if they recognized the viciousness of the car workers Cash $18.75 Bonds Toon the very lad Titiev posted it shows that our police de 0 n a n at $12.45 buying Power apartment being commanded in a manner inclined to incite hatred in Cincinnati. Cert a Only no one holds a barrel for those who com a it acts id violence cd what race they belong to. All citizens want prompt enc Cement cd the Law against such Viola a Igor indicating the Pei cent age o f workers who Are Discua Lisiec from receiving co m p e n s a 11 or. Benefits in Ohio and the figures in the nation on a whole Are out a. Other states. For the last Quarter the National average of disqualify Catick. Was 5.8%. For Ohio it was 15.1%, new York 2.4%, Pennsylvania 3.8%, Illinois 6.4%, new Jersey 2.8% and California 1.8%. The same figures prevail in % More marked degree for the two quarters previous to those above cited. I so because the workers in Cinn new yor.,k up a War Bond a series e Bonds the Low cos Cannati and Ham Ilton a county bought in december 1941 for Bonds that wot Kei s could a fiord elect a Republican delegation be $18.75 and cashed in today is to Date nearly $18� billion have the legislature at Columbus Worth a total of $12.45�?interest been cashed in. More workers in Cincinnati and a Federal Survey discloses that Hamilton county Are being re fused a employment com pen a 1 11 s. But they want that a no Oice ment to be carried out justly 1 included. 44i1hin the. Ziarn Evdik of clue process of Law. I this was revealed in a Feder the overwhelming bulk of it St to a it Lack Loi the misdeeds of some i a an in other re a i facial Cost of living figures which meet current expenses higher states and in the United Slater persons of that pcs a most dangerous practice. The same at soaring prices have food and clothing costs medical As a whole. Could by d int 1< she a Uki l wan. Uny a c. It Ciny group. Labor certainly eaten away at the prewar Dollar Bills and other essentials which there again we Sec the y i St lorm Tance How True that is after having until it is now Worth about 60c. Many w orders can no longer of connection Between Law and pc Tiitu 1 a i 1 it Safirt kind to i in to in Many new spa Pei so Bond Tipler cashed in a Ford to meet out of their weekly litres and take a pay. Ihu ugh Ullh v i imps a i Wes Lbook Feglein. 6woid $18.75 Bond today he paychecks. A a would have accumulated enough the in Mairig which App Cully holds in the Cincinnati to receive $20.75 in Cash. The whole Community and pc dict Coni Briand is dig pious to the Snoie Community and but that $20.75 would buy Only dangerous 1c t lit police Oil ice is themselves who Are com Jas much food clothing and other i c i i eel 1 c c 11 1 i Clit 1 n a a a a i p 11 a or t of p i a j us i be. 12.45 would h a a a. Bought in 1941. Tiroui tensions Ait ont the great problems of this Andi u j u us t in r i on a $100 Bond bought in de Over $5 billion Worth of Wai All Large communities. The lessening of these tensions will ,.t>er 1941, the purchaser would a Bonds were cashed in for such not be attained a Piej dict and hatred in the hearts of offi a get $83 in Cash today. But that a needs. In 1946 alone government figures reveal 12% million Farri Ilies had to dig into their wartime savings Bonds or savings a Cou Etish to meet their Normal essential expenses. In that year prompt service on Quality photo finishing Fine Crain develop inc a specially in arcing a top Yin c Quot As it should be Job Quot Queen City photo supplies inc. 38 e. Sixth St. Cherry ilm big business alone has been cers of the Law. Instead it need an intelligent police Eom would go Only As far As $49. Mand genuinely eager in Juir and apply the Best a would have gone at the time a immune from the effects of the the Bond w As bought. Shrinking Dollar. An Overall in Nie Thouis in this regard. Worker Kiung Liesik cd it in a i Fiot Taftt ii biggest food i uses a the Mother in the family said. J gel an government figures show that crease in net profits of approx millions of w orders have been mately 300% since the War forced to learn these facts the started has More than compel hard Way. During the War a to sated. Corporations for their Tal of $29 billion was spent on higher costs. John Schorz Sliozis 752-754-756 e. Mcmillan average of 12 quarts a Day. Thou go ,1, would Lik a to give the children twice asm Uch. We use Little meat but do give the Chil Tiren lots of vegetables. I mix we ii i x i a one part butter with one part Lik Liistro again will i Ark Ali whirr priv a it the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road i o ufos of Homes shoe seput Ranf Kathman s Goodyear shoe repair �lt of 111 wit fit#111 St,.�?z a a a i a a a ctr Knitig Anci Dye w or. Scholl f oot a it was agreed that a family o f foul could get by on a budget of $60 a week by modest living but would be unable to save up for emergencies except by cutting the living standards even below the skimpy budget set by the bus. On higher wages Wall is. Paper says new workup the Pace pass off higher w Ages in higher setters in. Heavy Industry prices As easily As unregulated appear ready to Trade wage con Cessions for uninterrupted production and a continue cd free hand on prices according to a Survey in the we Street journal this week. 219 a. Eighth is. Cherie 6273 Premier press amp any printer., feb Lishers newspapers circulars Cincinnati advertising broadsides Ohio the average wage in one Laige Auto Plant is $1.44 and that considerably above the Page m m St Cincinnati Industrial plants but even that does not provide it necessary $60 a week without Ove Wiinie. I me a All sizes a Ixo faces a m work in storms of All Albers work clothes a made 125 of fifth St. A ii it to crib mini so Uiti cup i of Toutge unless unexpected consumer resistance to rising prices develops Between now and next Spring most Industrial firms will probably Vork out some kind of Compromise on new wage the newspaper commented sum ing up View s expressed by spokesmen for 15 Basic industries. No mention was made of the frequently voiced opposition to pay increases by speakers at the recent Natl. Assn. Of manufacturers convention. Hardware cutlery. Builders and factory supplies Aufdemkampe Yifru la of f,1e,Ema,n Avenue Parkway r Imi Cokol . Saki chops Chicken renin of Dinnen till it Ullon Lea Nauam teen by Telb a Fra of it i emf. Vow Celtin cab und Blosl w ashes ea61e savings a loan Assn. Of form in Uii c or to $5.000 914 main St. Parkway 554c the signs Are it added that there will be a Tough we age Sibug gig if consume a resistance to soaring prices does develop. A i he Railroad shipping and a communications industries a the journal pointed out a a Are fighting pending wage hikes tooth and Nail. These industries with their rates fixed or subject to review i by Federal Comini Sioris can to Becker All Wool suits top Oats 29 .50 up Hon Wrin Kabli worsted Caie dines coverts Union made pm Kinnari a 2 a stores Cor. 8th and Vine a 114-116 w. 5th near race tune of. At y p m. Daily a clothing for u ylar9

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