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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 25, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioFor women Only i Unity of phone workers by Helen Rose will add prestige to Cio by r. W. Schellenberg local 28�?autw the recent action of the executor All the benefits to which the Telephone workers Are entitled. There is no doubt that if we if you can t fire a Man for the arbitrator decided that the proves several Points although .getting1 married Why should a Union was right and ordered the j without intention. It proves that Tive Board of the Communia ctr a �?z1�t 1 3 woman lose her Job if she enters women reinstated with Back pay. Lions workers of America which. I Iza Tion last year the Cincinnati the Bonds of Matrimony now we agree that its wonder we read recently of a company ful to be Able to stay at Home which attempted to return to its and a keep House after marriage pre War policy of refusing to retain women employees who had been married six months or Mora. The results of the Case Are surprising. The company had a contract with a United steelworkers local which stated that it could fire employees a with proper erring 11 women i but in some cases financial reasons or merely the wife a preference for working will keep her on the Job. This Story illustrates a Prin workmen s compensation Laws _ should be liberalized that Federal recommended affiliation with and suburban Belleek phone co. Aid to housing is necessary that i Cio to its membership is Good workers would have received families have a hard time saving news to All of Cio and part ice air vake increase on c. A with prices out of line with in it a by to members of the american at the my he 1 on i Umof Union of Telephone workers. Telephone workers received. Their increase instead of having the recommendation opens the a. K to wait until just two weeks ago Way for All Telephone workers a r. To be reunited in one International Union within Cio and if accomplished will be of great come. Read it and see. Dessert change would you like to give left employees six t All Rac Over cake a new lease on life Ciple for women one principle try this receive for wine sauce of equal rights As it is in the using it generously Over a slice con amp vat Kroft and More specific i of cake or pouring ii Over cake Benefit to All Telephone workers ally the principle of Equality of which has been or oxen up in a Auto. Under or prices for in Mir \ ir1 become 7 tweeds whether a cause. But the Union objected by which your Union is fighting and online out the clause ice a pfc ajar need for you a which provi Tes lug treatment for All employees regardless of sex. Equality guaranteed if you re going to discharge employees for getting married you be got to apply it equally to i Teaspoon. V4 cup water mix these fast fonts is Crook an nl7 until thick. When thickened add for their raise. Also acting together Telephone workers could have obtained a better contract from the Bell system than the various Telephone unions obtained with their a _. V a ent divided c0p5c101 us Quot i Many of local 28 As a labor organization than ,. Jyo relatives and friends who oud men possible # a lie members411 Iowa. They can do a great re re doubt amour a of Bufi we 5 months the company did so on male or female. 2 Tablespoons Corn starch the ground the to i a had or is one of the 1 cup sugar an Independent status. A a a a a an to1 amour it of lining journal reports until thick. When thickened add Quot i Telephone workers Wal a like Quot a Hose advantages to them the february ladies Home 2 Teaspoons butter and about or a Wise gig and Prosperi and be. Journal carries a feature which cup of wine Sherry preferred. Come a formidable labor Organ should be interesting to readers if your family likes cold Des j a t rom event to bargain of of the Sun. A meet a Steelwork sets pour the wine sauce Over festive by with the Bell system Erst family a in the How Amer the crumbled cake and put in re j find at the same time adding to men and women a said the Union j Ica lives series tells the Story Friger Ator until you Are ready to prestige of Cio in effect a and we be never heard of a family of nine which Man serve. This receive makes members of the comm Mca sauce for four Servings of cake. It can be used on custards and of any company coming out Ages to live on approximately against marriage As an ins Titu $63 a week. the Story is striking in that it puddings too. Tion workers will be voting on the affiliation Issue in March. Some of them May have formed some wrong opinions of Cio new members welcomed local 28 welcomes the follow new members who joined the Union during february Max ene l. Arnold Doris Braun Ralph Brown Dorothy Doud George Hedges Lucille hide Man. Jacquelyn Lackner Ruth Reeves and Barbara g. Rumber on vacation Nell Mckee chief Steward is on a three week vacation in membership and we who know California. She certainly earned what great Benefit has been de a because of the efforts she by Mary Lou Sauer a in be lived a Long time and watched America grow to be a better place to live in As unions grow a this was the comment of mrs. Bessie Dawes Mother of Charles Dawes Steelworker just before she celebrates her 98th birthday with a family party feb. 23. The Alert Bright eyed lady was spending the Day with her family eight children nine grandchildren and Nineteen great grandchildren who were planning a parly for her in the evening. Supports unions a a in be always encouraged my family to join unions whenever possible a mrs. Dawes said a because organization is the Only Way working people can get her husband who died in 1917, joined local 50 of the painters Union when the young1 couple came to Cincinnati from England in 1880. A it took us Over seven weeks to Cross the Ocean then a the Spry old lady said a but we thought it was Worth it because we knew our children would have a better Chance in America than anywhere else on mrs. Dawes lives with her son Charles who has been a member of local 3988, United steelworkers since the Plant where he works the h. T. Colling co., Wras organized. A several of the children and grandchildren Are Union members a her son. Said. A Mother knows from experience what unions have done for members of her own family through the reveals secret the secret of a Long healthy this is the first of a series of articles about one of your Many neighbors. Mostly we will select a person Active in the Union movement. Let s hear suggestions from you and Tell us How you like this new feature. Champion of organized labor Rived from Cio affiliation can help to dispel these doubts. The most powerful argument is that All Telephone workers should be United under Cio with put Forth on the recent March of dimes drive. Sympathy sympathy of local 28 is extended to Lucy Hollis on the one purpose namely to obtain recent death of her sister. Neighbourhood buyers guide the following list of neighbourhood merchants Are recommended to the readers of the Sun. Each of these merchants offers you Quality merchandise or services reasonably priced. It will be to your interest to visit these merchants. Camp Washington Johnny Walker appliances a Quot not a Bank but a Good place to save Money Complete line of Home appliances furniture and floor coverings expert radio repairing 2805-07 Colerain or Marshall Al 4105 cd 7825 John m. Walker no disappointments Woods dry cleaning and dyeing 2806 Cote rain ave. Kirby 5ib5 Elmwood Valley hardware co. Quality at tie right Price a we deliver a 6216 Vine st. V Alley 0420 mrs Bessie Dawes 98 year old a Union wife and in t Joys one of her favorite pastimes Reading. She is the Mother of Charles Dawes member of local 3988, United steelworkers. Of Madisonville life according to mrs. Dawes who cannot remember Ever being sick is hard work. A a that a what i be done and its worked a she said. She worries now about Only one thing her son and daughter in Law will not let her help with washing and ironing. Norwood learn Beauty culture c. I. Approved Day amp evening classes Milady Academy of Beauty culture 434 Elm Street a 1739 the Spry old lady sees her family As her greatest pleasure a live helped take care of All of them even the great grandchildren at some time or for relaxation she likes Reading and listening to music on the radio. To like to eat too a said the Little old lady whose appetite is remarkable for her age. Commenting on the party her j family had planned for her mrs. Dawes said a i want to see them i a All together and having a Good j time but at my age you done to need a party to be thus spoke the woman whose exemplary life and Good advice have inspired three generations of her family to be Model Amer 4j5, most oms a it leans. I _ Herbert dry cleaners prompt service a we deliver 4271 Plain Cvijic re. Phone by 1315 a amp n Jeffi co. 100% Union shop a 4708 main ave. Me 4981 Friedman furniture Norwood s leading furniture store Complete Home furnishes Quality at a minimum of Price Oakley Vordenberg Chevrolet co. Repairing All cars t specially Brotherton amp Madison re. Me 5600 beading de. G. Koehl. Inc. Coal a Coke a Hay flour and feed 10 i Vine st. A. 0153-0154 Reading food shop Josephine Busch open daily 7 30 . To 7 do. Sunday 9 to 1 . Closed wednesday at . 525 Jefferson ave. A. 9683 Reading dept. Store a the Thrift Corner of Reading Union made work clothing. Shoes Ano Luggage 226 Benjon Cor. Jefferson a 3694 Bernard i Heller radio amp appliance hotpot a Admiral a Fada a a guaranteed repairing \ 4923 Vine Street Capitol Walnut tills a. Amp n. Furniture and appliance co. Furniture All fric1dairu rugs leading stoves linoleum radios washers \ 911 East Mcmillan st. Woodburn 4710-4711 Atlas motors inc. Dodge Plymouth Dodge trucks sales and service the Home of satisfied customers me Rose 5872 3421 Montgomery re. To 6200

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