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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe in a 2� vol. 6 no. 17 watch Columbus t. at decor a com to Fofi i Jet 10, j�44 at tin Pott off cd to o. Under the act of k1-� 79 Al ii press behaviour business tells real Philadelphia Story r. I ooh <m7 a i 11 w a a Economy is costly the Cincinnati enquirer and a Good Many other daily newspapers were caught up this wet k by the reliable business week Magazine in what has All the earmarks of a monstrous lie by the publishers to discredit the american newspaper Guild. The Case involved was the Sale of David Stern s Philadelphia and Camden newspapers during a prolonged strike by the Guild. The enquirer has been streaming editorially Over what it termed a the Philadelphia Story Quot. The picture it painted was of a rapacious irresponsible Union finally defeating its own greed by driving out of business the publications employing its members. The gimmick so Fai As the pm Cinatti enquire i is concerned is that it wants to defeat the or Columbus political reprisals by the Herbert administration Are cutting deeper into the ranks of Many state officer Here the latest reprisal eliminating b. F. Sandies director of the Ohio state i a animation of its employees into Eon Junior fair and acting assistant director of agriculture. The Cincinnati newspaper Guild. While seeking to Blacken the Guild s journalistic standards it Oid not hesitate to sink to Low Levels journalistic ally for its own ends. Significantly the Hamilton journal where a Guild unit has just been organized reprinted an enquire attack in the Case. But business week is a businessman s journal with a higher sense of ethics. Even on labor stories it olten reveals the inside dope and that is what if did in the Philadelphia Case in an article a a the heal thar War other motives behind the Deal Between Stern and the Philadelphia bulletin purchaser of the Stern papers Busi sandies a civil service employee for the last 16 year received the political axe because be made a contribution to the Lause he Campaign and also reportedly because he made a la of a available but Ohio Cio c it a a net i at the last stale fur. With a vengeance. The political1 5 of 4$ f 6 in it a v axe has swung with equal Force press i $ impartial Ici als and a or. High department Oft Ici stenographers who happen not to five out of six Cincinnat ians follow the gop philosophy. Do not believe the let Cal press is impartial in its coverage of news if a poll by radio Wco is to be taken As an indication. Although the Herbert rent drive i the poll was through Telephone has made a Strong Point a i Caus from one Exchange receive it i s Onomy the Sandle. Incident a Jonay and locally last week during a Good gov reveals that there is More politics j Raum Public support against Ern ment league radio debate on the subject. Leonard Sive and Cio bullies hold the rents drive than conomy in the wholesale weakening rent clings Down modes of Many state department town Cincinnat. Office buildings employees. Sandies who Drew a Dufy of $4200 a year for the ver Tising Man. Thiee jobs has been replaced by i Bath who will manage the fan for $8800 per year and lot to Randolph who will act As As Testant director of agriculture for $6,000 a year. In. Herbert adminis Tiou is contended the gave proof of what Lack of rent press was not impartial and i control could do. Joseph Sagmeister times Star there is no control it i rents on editorialist contended it was. Office buildings and the result in downtown Cincinnati has been i soaring rentals which apparently have not yet reached i Peak. Increases of 100 per cent get More have been made in some build Ortii Fly to the tiring Star 0 verbal orchids to the times Star were heard this week in Union circles for its sympathetic treatment in a feature picture of the Emerson Sonny Calb family As mrs. Sonnycalb and their four daughters visited him in the county jail. Sonnycalb strike Leader for United electrical workers-765 during the strike at Allis Chalmers is serving a 30-Day sentence an unusually severe penalty for a picket line Fristic encounter that followed verbal exchanges with a strike breaker. Ness week s reliable sources said. The bulletin Long had desired a sunday edition with the features and newsprint which acquisition of the Stern papers would make possible. Stern it was indicated was not unhappy to get and of no Philadelphia Camden proper 11>, which had been a financial ii <111 on other Stern properties and business week Quot guessed Quot that some $12 to $20 million dollars exchanged hands All of which was significant in View of a charge by s it Rio Eubanks Ang executive vice president that Stern deliberately provoked the strike by refusing to negotiate so he would he a an excuse to Complete his sellout to the growth of Mono ohs tie practices in daily newspapers meanwhile the Cincinnati Guild issued a bulletin pointing of i the Guild had at All times sought negotiations but had bet a it bulled by Stern. Quot obviously a said the Guild Quot Stern paid the Standu id Pine of $85 per ton a or newsprint certainly he paid the Market pm ice for Linotype Ink. Delivery trucks Etc. If he objected to paying the prevailing Philadelphia scale for Union printers too Pressman he ended up by paving it or he would not have printed at All. Quot must the Guild be the one get caption then in a newspaper operation to receiving the Standard or prevailing rate Fot the services of its members Quot paying $14,800 for service which lag studies rendered with exemplary j clo Jug urging a Flat Jod q , Ney for $4200 state Audi Telegram los and be Tut is t0 fax j get Ferguson has put a Stop senators and congressmen ask Erdei in Baths Saliv my a at to Ere increase in i civil service jobs mean any rents said Ferguson they mean that state employment is supreme court will get Portal question Cio president Philip Murray District court in which it orig declared recently that Cio econ Ina Ted the Portal to 4 Portal a sed on ability rather than a lists have studied the matter pay problem will find its final political winds. That is the plus with care and found there is not solution in the u. S. Supreme Oso Ofphy behind civil service and justification for Quot across the court. A state auditor i intend to see Board Quot increases and that there that opinion came from Tuiai. Civil service employees Are a a Ampie provision for hardship Urtson attorneys this week who cases where landlord can show pointed out that any number reports coming in front Many losses. 0f District judges or even a departments of the state reveal constant occupancy and Low peals court decisions might be Attiat the new Republican admin expenditures on redecoration made without giving finality aeration is following the axiom have netted landlords greatly in to the Issue involved. They of Quot to the Victor goes the spoils creased income it is argued. Said there was no indication Washington f a Des that the unions concerned in leaders Pite an Adverse ruling in the vowed to p r it e e a the walking time or get i promptly with legislation to ready for work suits now tot Quot clarify the Law Quot outlaw such Aling almost $5 billion were suits and provide More exact inclined to withdraw these actions. Official comment on the decision of District judge Frank a. Picard in Detroit was reserved in both Cio and Al quarters. In the face of the Picard decision however congressional in the wage Hout definitions statute. Picard made a Sharp it Stem Tion Between manufacturing and mining workers in defining eligibility for Portal to Porta i Pav and contended that even if the u s. Supreme court overrule 41 brotherhood week 1947 Nail that lie Russo slain picket by Marty so Low Federated fre for those who hate labor no lid is too big. Of i 1 j ii17 David. La w Irette wrote it. H is by i. Eaten column Quot today Only the labor unions employ the goons and t l \ e w Ido w a and f a. I c 1�11, i t e n a it t m a. Rio 1111 its it it Are proof that Lawrence is a liar. Russo a world War ii Veteran and a Good Muon member was murdered during the 1946 of crake against the Phelps Dodge co. Elizabeth., . He was shot and killed by a band of company hired thugs led by Anthony Anastasia a Well known new York City gangster. There Are dozens of spell examples of the work of company hired a goons and Stro Garm men Quot would lawrence1 like to prove his statement Fri mrs. Russo Quot a a a a. Lie detectors Paradise is Henry Hazlitt a weekly Cohin in Newsweek Magazine on Jan. M Hazlitt wrote a an increase in rent would not reduce National purchasing Power at All. Landlords would have just As Many additional dollars m tenants had Henry forgot to mention that there Are a lot Moie tenants than. Landlords and. Therefore the Money wont be spread a round the Way it was before. Tell widow of Mario that Goon fable c mutant aim of the press is to minimize w 11 e n i v e r Poss i b 1 a t. H e h u be co Cen t r a t i on o a wealth in the hands of a few people in. The u. S. So in feb. 3 one of press lord Roy Howard a in iss Check cd o n Cut i n i of a l a w re 11 be f e r 1 i a w r t it t e r he Little 11 How a s a v Ings a in e the Back Btu be o f a it r a be i a it w 11��?� r s h i p i n 111 is Cou n t by. This must come As a distinct Shock Toi the Quot Little fellow1�?� since a recent Survey by the u. S. Bureau of agricultural economics shows that the Bottom 403q of the income groups in this country have Only 1% that s one percent of the assets in this country while the top 10% have 60% of the assets. That s not much of a Quot Quot Backbone Quot the Quot Little fellow has. Its still the same old Story from those papers which campaigned vigorously to kill opa. Now its the Cleveland Plain dealer whose columnist Philip w. Porter dreamed up the following feb. 3 up n Ces a i a e o a t h e w a y d o w a. The e s i g n s a i pointing to d e Fla t i o n r a. 111 s r 111 a 11 i n f "1, a. T i. O n. A but alas for Porter on feb 3 the Journo of Commerce that Backbone of conservative business life reported a while a Small number of Price Breaks during the past few weeks attracted most of the headlines the general Price trend still is showing considerable strength

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