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The Sun (Newspaper) - February 28, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe it judge has mercy for thieves but Union Man serves full time i a Iff Elf re a Nettir t i tt#4 m Otu up. A Quot x a Al �,1 2, March i 1 8tf vol. 6 no i feb Marv 2r, i 111 7 clothing workers will Honor Broil in testimonial dinner in appreciation of 25 years of service to the organized later movement the Cincinnati joint Board amalgamated clothing workers will give a testimonial dinner in Honor of Jack Kroll joint Board manager at 6 pm to monday March 10, Pavilion Caprice hotel motherland Pic a. Kroll who has teen joint Board manager since 1926, will be honoured not Only ter his service to labor generally but particularly to the clothing workers Here and in other cities in the of Tinty. In. July 1.946kroll succeeded the late Sidney Hillman As direct i a. Of the National Cio political action committee. Many notable figures in the later movement will be in Cincinnati for the dinner. Among them Are Jacob Potofsky general president Frank Rosenblum general Secretary treasurer and a ii Acra general executive Board members. James Carey National Cio Secretary treasurer William Lavelle Jacob Klay Man and George Denucci Alloi the Ohio Cio Council Are also included in the list of guests. In addition Many Cio and american federation of labor leaders from Cincinnati and surrounding states have teen invited to attend. Acra shop chairman shop secretaries joint Board and executive Board members and local Union presidents and secretaries will also attend the dinner. Three Western organizers for Acra Joseph Kaminsky Louis Schults and emetic Grandinetti will be in Cincinnati for the fist fight on a pick t line is a More serious offence in. The eyes of j us g e the wit a s. My or cow than is grand larceny the experience o f i i in t m his it i n Nyca 1 a United. Electrical w irked Leader i a t h e a11�.� -1 a h a 1 of i c a i % a t f i k e a a w Ould indicate Sonnycalb will finish out next t u esd a y a 31> i. I y i i i i be 111e n be imposed by judge Morrow As a r i s u it to of st in y r a in 11 a i big h it a st r i k e b Rea. K t i t w to it e w i t h 11 i s. 11 st a it i a n e x c h a n it it if name calling m a by appear is a us s get n s it in 11 r so or in r11 n g to to st Tiri y c. 11 a Quot s sen -11 it a e. Inc i us i n g i a t i t to a s i Ned by be War veterans failed to i me a e i i id. G m it in i w s by m Pat it y,., but judge Morrow a demo cd a a. To. H As i n in n t w be k s be t 10 persons of t on probate , it i m g these were two rates of grand 1 a teen a on o f i Utti Ste a 1.1 n g. One a of to u be b Rea k i. N g. A met i a r be n a one of forgery and one of motor cd Cle stealing the sentence against Sonny Calb was the harshest in such a Case that has been imposed in Many years it is reported and h o s Nee a s i o n de m a i y e x p i a Ess t on s Emerson Sonny Etc i and i gnat Ion g e r t he sever Ity of the sentence and judge Morrow s failure to suspend any part o l it is High in Union circles. Ca use for judge Morrow s amazement in court and Legal seven Ity in the Case remained a _ at the courthouse that he for s i�1111, i i a i s 111, we a i a i i 11 a a i y t h a t 111� a s it h it d in a a n t it it i i a h t but a t a u e 11 1111., judge Morrow told the is n he did not know the charge a i Ose 11 i r 11 a st 11 k e s t n it i 111 a i it i e be 1 in a a a a i it Quot c,.�� it e a s a it r d . T111 111 a i i s Ltd c a 111 o i in the Case t a i a i t11 a s11n he i n formed the j us. Be i. H a Quot 11, a a i a a a s a Rose c�111 to to a 111 k a Irr ident. The fight was not a suck x in it i o 11 a is st in n y c a 1 b a i ready had been fined $500 in or n n i a let in in w i t a 11 c n t he g i1>11,11f i he had violated a court injunction. W ii i Lete i in i n g t he names 11 a was called had justified him in It i r i g t Host 11 k e b i a a a e a ten n y a a i b p 1 Ead de g u i. 1,1 y a and to re w himself on the mercy of the court in the belief the penalty he already had paid for the fight won i d p re in t be e t e up n a Sii in Cut. J dug it m1 or r o1 w to 1 Ltd the e is n i did not know much a bowl the Case when it came before him. As he was away at the time of t he st 11 k i 1 n Vest i Gat ton by probation officers is not usual in circles l in i y s Tei y. 11 u i i a >�11,< w Ere 1�e a i d n11 Demea it it is h e said Jack Krou a clothing manufacturers whose shops Are under contract to Acra officers of the progressive citizens committee. Literal youth organization and the City charter committee have been invited to the dinner. Arthur Hartmann joint Board associate manager will officiate As master of ceremonies. 1920 i a Rice crisis is repeating self new York it up it a you Dollar will buy less today than at any time in the last 27 years according to the Consumers Price Index of the Natl. Industrial conference Board. Cio Council votes rent control Aid the greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council voted to circulate widely the petition of the american Veteran a committee against any rent increases or lifting of rent controls Council also voted concurrence in i request by the red Cross to support its present financial drive. The executive Board was directed to prepare Dummy ads to be presented to local unions for their approval on the proposed newspaper and radio Campaign to acquaint the Public with labor s viewpoint on wages and pm Jfe the Board which generally Chimes in with the employers viewpoint found that its Price Index for december 1946 had climbed to 122.9, within 2 10 of one Index Point of the All time High of june 1920. The purchasing value of the Dollar based on changes in the Price Index dropped 6.1% during the last three months of 1946 to reach its lowest Point in almost 27 years since june 1920. In december 1946 it stood at 81.4c As compared to 93.4c in december 1945. Each of the 66 u. S. Cities included in the Survey Shower an increase in the Index. Food prices showed the sharpest Advance climbing the Heller budget a living urge 13.3% during the last Quarter of 1946. Over the previous 12 months food prices Rose nearly 30%. According to the Board s conservative estimate. Next to food menus clothing showed the greatest increase. During the last Quarter of 1946 menus clothing was upped 8. while Over the previous 12 months a Rise of 16.3% was recorded. Only three items in the Index remained unchanged during the last Quarter of 1946 As Well As the previous 12 months. These were housing electricity and Gas. If the Natl. Assn. Of manufacturers and real estate groups succeed in getting rent control ditched the Nib cd a Index will undoubtedly spurt past the 1920 Mark. 100 of weekly wages Quot Avav. a ii. 1 a /. V a a in. 75 i a we $�019 minimum weekly wage 10 0o nip fort famhvflf4 a ii Quot a Jim a up r., a a a a 11 a i a a Quot up -1 ii Jug a go Pic a Smithh 8 a a mme re i a a ill a. A a 1 Lili a tip a f l1 7a Jjo Nulf a till a a e a in ,.v. A i a a a i ii. A is 1 to a cram Ixo of of emf hot dad Effry Ltd y it iian suit f t try 3 year 2 shirts and 3 work shirts a Tor for min 2lmk5t Drof Sis a ref Olor work shots. 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The new titular head of the City government with the compliments of Boss Fred Schneller ill be prosecutor Carl Rich it was announced through councilman Willis a Gradison who himself had been touted for the p a sit Ion. Sharpest slap in the face was to councilman Gordon Scherer High hand edly set aside the will of the voters in a major reshuffling of offices. Judge Charles Bell elected supreme court judg. Has been shifted to common pleas court and mayor Stewart to the supreme court judge Otis Hess. Municipal court was shifted to common pleas court to fill a who ran second to mayor Stew vacancy Art in first Choice votes m the last election. The rebut came despite Scherer a recent speech following Sci to i e 11 Eros 1 e 11 d t n. S 111 e a i i n g i i ties o a to 1 ice m i i. A a amp s e h Eres has voted independently on some issues and ninth Street wants none of that it was reported. C11 a it e r c o 11 n c 11 in . \ 1 be cd t d c Ash to u i n h e Vei Ett a and eci Ward a Waldvogel charged that a Republican political Bosses have Rich was reported receiving the Mayo ship in Consolation Foi not having been Given a judgeship. Chi workers a in Hui fort Worth up the Oil w orders into. Of Tuoti Cio w o in a 2 2c h o u r i y w a g e i 11, crease for 10,000 employees of the Texas co East of the Rocky mountains in a settlement approved Here by Guiu pres o. A. Knight

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