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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 7, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioPolice chief strikes out is. Criticism police chief w e a t h e r 1 a a a it a pros i was not born in Ati uck out this week against i Cincinnati but i have four Chil criticism of his police administration by branding councilman Rollin h Everett As a a carpet Bagger and declaring Everett a criticism was demoralizing to the police Force. The chief further declared that Everett s criticism was As the result of police action against four Cio picket lines during the strikes last year of the United steelworkers and when Cio Pac picketed the Zhi. The chief was joined in his efforts by the times Star which termed the criticism unfounded and Quot in see Story Quot press behaviour Quot in tvs Issue a neither the times Star chief Weatherly nor the forces for which they front will silence my criticism when Weatherly Vio Lutes civil liberties and common Courtesy to c 11 i Zens Quot e Veret t rep lied. Dren who were and i am interested in the City s future under modern administration Everett pointed out that Weatherly himself came from Virginia and that the mayor City manager and safety director were a few of Many a Quot carpet baggers in Cincinnati if Weatherly s definition were to be accepted. Exercises american rights Quot Weatherly and the tintes Star notwithstanding a Everett a Aid a it fortunately still is a very american night for an elected official to criticize police administration a apparently the chief has a guilty conscience about his handling of picket lines or he would not go Back almost a year to dig up incidents when my recent complaints actually have been in Bou t pm a ice b t a t i n is i n a a a to a it i Homes without search warrants and rank discourtesy to j Pericli ice school band. A i also have severely condemned his refusal to educate the Cincinnati police department toward intelligent bundling of racial tensions and his resistance i Tel virtually All new ideas in police administration. Violates free speech a of course i also am opposed to his attitude toward labor a unions and his arbitrary treat ment of pickets. His action last summer in Banning peaceful carrying of political banners at the zoo last summer was a Flag and i do not like to see it lated by Gestapo methods the councilman asked via Kellogg personally hear wit i Nesses in the Case and the quest was granted. Re lit at Equality hoi a Tver rant violation speech of Freedom of 77tf> a so \ the Sun was described this week by police chief Weatherly As a Quot yellow Sheet As he complained of criticisms in it of his administration. Neatest trick of the week was by the Star and enquirer which disposed of Rollin Everett by referring to him As a formerly Quot editor of the Sun. Everett still edit the Sun. 0 is a. A a 1 9 \ a o 1 a. V .ir1 a a 1 / to the t i Iki k Tiai i Kra 29 Ert Ufeo a a a Caro c 5� june to 1944 to Tea i at a ice at Cincinnati. 2. Ohio. A vim Tea act of March i 1st9 Weatherly made hit charges in a speech to Tye Junior chamber vol. 6 no. If press behaviour february 7�?z 1947 times Star runs wild bites self sometimes highly nervous drugs which spend a great Deal of time yapping it things in general have a. Fit and wind up bit my themselves the times Star was somewhat in the same shape last week. The afternoon wan of reaction broke out last week with an editorial charging a smear attack was being levelled at Cincinnati a police department. Quot in recent weeks the police department has been subjected to All sorts of charges insults and sniping based entirely on unproved rumours it a on the complaints of known criminals who refuse to Back up their statements when Given an declared the times Star. After a few More paragraphs along that line the to wound up with its usual charge., a Sun american a which in to usage Wasl Cobucci does not Means anyone who agree with the to. A until such activities Are definitely proved by reputable witnesses beyond any Shadow of a doubt. Said the editorial a the continued Effort to destroy Confidence in the Cincinnati police department will be a shameful and Una Merican but what the times Star editorial forgot to mention was that the alleged beating of a Man named Yacobucci to which it was pointed first became Public through a screaming Page one eight column headline in the times Star. It was this headline which councilman Jesse d. Of Commerce and purportedly a v As answering remarks Everett i a amp a made before the woman s j City club. A if Weatherly cannot prepare cases against Law violators better than he did his Case against me a Everett said a it is no wonder his i record in court is so gets facts wrong a i have repeatedly cited police administration in Kansas City v Hile i was a Newspaperman there As a horrible example of i what unchecked police Power i can do. But chief bases his Case on the contend Ion 1 have cited Kansas City As a meanwhile Weatherly a adm i is ration proceeded to w Whitewash a the incident of a search of West seventh Street Homes without search warrants. A re a port submitted to Council by City manager Kellog said the i police perhaps were Quot Over zealous in looking for a still but Green delays joint legislative front Hope Tor joint Cio and Al action against the pie ent anti Weatherly legislative program was dealt a blow during the last week were justified no a till was found. A a. Man s Home is his Castle under English and american Law a Everett said. That is one of our most cherished principles Nail that lie1 As Al president William Geen declared that the Trust step organic Unity Green invited Cio to sit Down for discussions of a merger of the two organizations Cio pies ident Philip Murray withheld comment James Carey Cio Secretary. Said the question undoubtedly would have to be submitted to Cio vice presidents. General reaction in Cincinnati Cio circles was that while a merger would be desirable if it could of attained on fair basis such a merger would take Many months at Best to work out. Immediate need it was agreed w As is an immediate United Trout against drastic anti labor leg is j lation. Such a United front i would be a step Forward toward j organic Unity it w As pointed out. F previous efforts toward of game Unity have been stymied i by the Al attitude that Cio a in Quot outlaw labor organization arid should rejoin Al on Al a terms. In Many cities Al Cio and unaffiliated unions have gone ahead with United legislative fronts despite greens resistance to this method. Sugar brokers Sweet talk is Price control Poison by Marty Solow Federated Para 1 of by lamborn and echoed in the Hearst press shrieks that we Are sending sugar to Quot countries recent gave Rise Here this week to speculation that the Yacobucci Case was a deliberate Plant of a phony to a smell up complaint of police brutality and take the heat off chief Weatherly. That the Case was broken in an 8-column headline by the tunes Star Winch paper then used it As a Means of sounding off against criticism of the police. Heightened the suspicion. Why else would a character such As Yacobucci complain Over i beating which did not according to Weatherly occur a is the question being asked. A Bunch of sugar brokers spearheaded by Lam born. Amp co. And. Backed to the Hilt by the Hearst press Are trying to Sweet talk the amen locker can people into putting pressure on Congress to waved when he called the Alten Quot lift controls on sugar. Tion to City Council and City and mixed with the Sweet Taik Are several manager Kellogg to the Case ugly lies. Here a the biggest he. A circular put so now the times Star seems to be saying that its own Handl behind the so called Iron curtain. But the Jan. To it Issue of Newsweek Magazine j reported a at the dept of agriculture. A spokesman declared that none of the sugar grow n i in the u. S. Or allotted for american consumption from the world Supply had been shipped abroad the Only sugar leaving american ports was cuban sugar allotted for other nations but refined in this country a the sugar brokers Quot want controls released because a a free Quot a Market will enable them to speculate and that Means charging sky High prices. Ing of the Story was not Only overplayed but was a Una Teri Case planted can read Quot the Law Quot Page 4, in regard to the enquirer s editorial endorsement of Law by the Billy club instead of by due process of Law. Meanwhile the times Star was paying Little or no heed to an inquiry asked by councilman Rollin Everett into a charge by the National association for advancement of coloured people that police entered five West end Homes and searched them without search warrants in one Case a lock alleged having been broken in the entry it a p11 on Jan. 6 the Chicago Tribune earned an extensive Story based on a Survey of labor. This Survey was conducted by a propaganda outfit called the conference of american Small Busi a Ness organizations. Reason Why the Tribune gave this group such excellent coverage was obvious. The Survey was an All out attack on labor and in addition w As j crammed with lies. Among the More blatant of the lies As reported in the Tribune was the following on the Cio political action committee a members without their consent were assessed $8 million for the 1946 election that s two lies lie no. 1 the Pac spent nothing near �8 million on the election Campaign. A record of its expenditures tiled with the clerk of the House of representatives discloses that it sent a total of $448,085 m the 1946 Campaign lie no. 2 Union members were not a a assessed for Pac contributions. The $1 Tor Pac was voluntary and Union members themselves could at test to that a the conference of Small business organizations and the Chicago Tribune took tire time to ask them. % a a a because to a can provide services at a cheaper rate than private utilities these private companies Are not Happy. And because of their unhappiness the Edison electric Institute which represent 75 % of the electric Light and Power Industry came up with a report designed to in Ike its members forget their to a blues Quot. The report said that in 1946 the to a had run at a deficit of 58.041,000 and the papers which run Utility company ads played it. Up the Institute actually used a bookkeeping trick to arrive at that figure. The Tva report Fot the fiscal year of 1948 shows it ran at a net profit of $4,888,833

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