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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 11, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFriday feb. 11, 1949 clothing workers t i e Sun Page 5 10,000th fund Baity born Quot you re joining a family Kroll tells members of local installing officers of local 566, amalgamated clothing workers which bargains for employees at the Versailles mfg. Co., Lexington ky., Jack Kroll manager of the Cincinnati joint Board act party in Lexington feb. 4, celebrating the winning of the National labor relations Board election at the Plant and the receiving of the charter. The officers Are Mildred Stansell told some 135 charter members president Marie Poer vice presi of the new local a a you Are not Dent Josephone Sutton record just receiving the charter of your ing Secretary Emma Dee Henry local Union you Are joining a family. We Welcome officers were installed at a 9 �9 a i tickets riven negro orphans ers vote in Sebis. In Purchase 25 tickets to the Shriner a Cir "�> ovum1 a a a financial Secretary and Louise Farris Mary Powell Lilian Sickles and Emma Dee Henry Mem i Bers of the shop committee. Kroll a congratulated members of the local who As kentuckians have Given teir country Alben Barkley As vice president. Her Vij Niaj Ned the Union history to these people vre Mong the Nir a belonging to unions in then area. Henry Seibert business representative of the Cincinnati joint Board who is servicing this local acted As master of ceremonies and introduced As speakers Thomas Marcello act Western division organizer Walter Grainger and Joseph sepate joint Board business representatives and Mildred Stansell local Tresi Dent who called upon members to Endeavor to live up to the great history of their Union. Mfg re than 200 people attended. Music and refreshments followed the ceremony. The Joca will meet on the c o Ltd i is in i h. Ana be Oei i n Essad re sen Tati v e. Mrs. Marie b. Koval of Brooklyn n. Y., is the proud mama of the 10.000th baby born under the maternity Benefit provisions of the insurance fund won by the amalgamated clothing workers in 1943. Mrs. Koval received a $50 maternity Benefit. Federated pictures the new orphan Asylum for coloured children 3132 Van Buren Avenue College Hill. The Rev. Council Harris is superintendent at the new establishment for coloured orphans. Lie Tail Union clothing workers to cooperate act insurance plan aids 123,463 in 5 years Powers Hap Gool Dies at wheel Indianapolis a up a pow ers Hap Good one of the builders of the Cio died unexpectedly Here last week at the age of 49. New York up a the employer financed social insurance program of the amalgamated clothing workers Cio has brought benefits to its members totalling $9,965,225 in the last five years. Reporting on the fifth anniversary of the plans inception act exec. Vice pres. Hair a Blumberg said the benefits include health life Accident hospitalization maternity surgical and in the clothing Industry old age benefits As Well. Blumberg estimated that benefits in 1949 alone will probably exceed $5,000,000 in View of the reduction last year in retirement age from 70 to 65, increases in health benefits and the introduction of the surgical Benefit. 123,463 act members or their beneficiaries have received Bene fits so far. Accident and health benefits amounting to $7,165,594 have been paid to 107,105 members $2,081,139 has been paid in death benefits to 4,162 survivors and $718,493 has been paid out to 2,196 members in retirement benefits. New York up a the re port shall be forthcoming from Tail wholesale amp dept. Store j the Cio and All its affiliated Union Cio has agreed to turn bodies to implement a Campaign Over jurisdiction in the depart j to organize the workers in the ment and menus clothing store j department and menus clothing Fields to the amalgamated cloth j ing workers. \ Haywood declared that the the act in turn promised its re Usu pledged a its whole hapgood was found slumped fullest cooperation to the red hearted cooperation to the act Over the steering wheel of his car us to help bring a the benefits in carrying out its Mission to after apparently collapsing on the of Industrial unionism to the organize the unorganized workday Home from a physicians of Fields remaining under re Usu ers in this both unions fice. He was one of the first three control. He announced would meet at organizers in the Cio and later announcement of this agree j frequent intervals. Ment came in a letter from Cio organizing director Allan s. Haywood in which he wrote a a the Cio regards it to be of the greatest importance that All sup served As Cio regional director in Indiana until last year when he was appointed an assistant to National Cio director of organization Allan Haywood. I Louse votes to end state s ban on strikes by Public employees hardware cutlery. Builders and factory supplies Aufdemkampe Imit to Freeman Avenue 3210 mum pay from 40 cents to 75 cents. Solomon Barkin textile workers research director said $1 would be More realistic. And he added that no employer could reasonable object to the proposed 75 cent minimum that Only 7 per cent of the workers covered by the Law would be helped. A Broad program with pro 1 a Compromise Resolution which vision for Middle income families would simply extend the two thirds cloture Rule to procedural i. A motions. Continued from Page to it labor committee. The administration s Bill would increase mini a those making from $2,200 to $5000 a year was urged at the White House by Cio Secretary James a Carey and others of a Cio Al and veterans delegation. If this were passed it would mean that southerners opposing an anti Lynch Bill for example could debate a motion to consider the Bill until forced to silence chairman Spence d., by of by a two thirds cloture vote. Coopers shoes shoes for the entire family 149 Mill Street lock land. O then they could again debate the Bill itself until silenced by a two thirds c 1 of u r e vote. The process would obstruct other legislation for so Long it is believed horse shoe cafe Dick Lang. Prop. Tasty foods Beer wine liquor 312 Benson Reading Ohio 4up�� the club Flamingo offers the finest food and drink served in one of the most luxuriously designed entertainment spots in greater Cincinnati. For reservations Call Hemlock 4466 633 York st. Cd Newport by. The House banking committee warned landlords who have been threatening to turn out their tenants and go out of business when Irving Levy Auto workers rent controls Are extended general counsel favored giving a Spence said Congress might write j that Little Progress would be made Industry committees Power to fix a clause against this scheme into by settling for this Compromise higher rates. J new Ren control Law. This is included in the admin cd Vil is ration a Bill. J immediate action to end Fili busters in the . Senate is imperative Cio legislative director Nathan Cowan wrote All members of the Senate rules committee feb. 8. Linoleum cab i nets carpets Schramm Quot amp Rugh inc. A 3236 113 e. 12th st. Or. Vera Miller of the amalgamated clothing workers research staff gave evidence that i even an emergency Relief level of living now takes 98 cents an hour. She urged inclusion of laundry workers and retail store employees both of which Are being organized by the amalgamated. Incidentally although the administrations Bill does not include them there was growing sentiment among committee members to bring agricultural workers under provisions of the wage hour Law. Housing administration spokesmen Are hammering for action on the Truman housing program. Chairman Sparkman a. Ala Hopes his Senate subcommittee can finish hearings and draft a Bill by the Middle of february. The committee had bottled up a Resolution which would have allowed a majority vote in the Senate to put an end to debate. The Cio urged that debate on All procedural motions As Well be ended by majority vote saying a it is Only by adoption of this Rule that the Senate can prevent dictatorial control and restore majority Rule not Only to the Senate but to the people of the u. the Day before Senate democrats voted solidly to defeat a Republican move 56 to 31, which w Ould have brought the anti filibuster Resolution immediately to the floor. It was understood that Northern democrats would join the gop later to bring Forth we have moved to 4 2 4 commercial Square off Broadway Between 5th and 6th its Western printing co. 424 commercial Square our Telephone number is unchanged main 6682

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