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The Sun (Newspaper) - January 14, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioI the i m a 0 1 t five s6.� v a ,. C \ h Eaas second c ass matter. Jure 30, 944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2. Ohio unde the act of March 3. 1879 of. 10 no. 1 i january 14. 1940 Perice promises rent Bill action Washington a up a rep. Brent Spence d. By proposed chairman of the House banking committee said that his group will give full consideration to a Bill sponsored by several administration senators to extend rent controls 27 months after the pres ent expiration Date March 31. The new Bill would give the government authority to impose ceilings on new construction designate new rent control areas and punish rent violators with heavy fines and possibly jail sentences. A it will be one of the very first matters taken up a Spence said. For the record a iary t hit Fig i Maii program pleases labor Washington a p e s i navigation Dent Truman a first speech to the new Congress made it Plain he and his administration mean to go Down the line for the Liberal platform on which the democratic party went to the country in the 1948 election. And Power projects. Ing and discrimination provide for an Fec and to such As the st. Lawrence Seaway. Emphasizes Security 3. A 1949 social Security program. With increased benefits wider coverage a 75c an hour minimum wage pre paid medical insurance. Federal Grants to local schools stronger rent control and the president s hard hitting putting up at least one million message called for j Low rent housing units in the 1. Taft Hartley repeal and next seven years enactment of the Wagner act j 4. Strong economic measures with the provisions he asked for with 4 billion dollars in new two years ago to discourage in taxes mainly on business control is ration program will have justified Boycotts strikes Over the Over consumer and Bank credit keep on the Ball meaning of contracts and Juris to help Stop rising prices prior for while the Congress cheered 6. Rebuilding the department of labor. Uses Plain words or. Truman used Plain words to set out his program. There was no doubt about what he meant. There was no doubt either that there is a fight ahead. The program is not going to pass itself. The administration and All the friends of the adm into with the applause of congressmen background still ringing in his ears a smiling pres. Truman hands copies of his state of the Union address to House speaker Sam Rayburn a Tex and Senate pres. Pro Tern Kenneth Mckellard Tenn Federated pictures retracts the blast after advertiser protests new York up a business week Magazine apparently believes in the old adage done to bite the hand that feeds you. On dec. 18, the informative Mcgraw Hill Magazine said editorially that the Taft Hartley Law a went too far and could Quot conceivably wreck the labor on Jan. 1, the publication found it necessary to make a Brief clarifying statement explaining those comments. A a a a a fictional strikes. The president cities and allocation of key a and Bills to Pul most of the pro a reason for the review of its Toria a defending the also asked again for some Means trials in Short Supply and gov Gram into effect poured into the position w As a letter from pres. I business week quickly obliged of settling or heading off strikes Ern ment building of needed hoppers die hard congressmen William e. Umstattd of Timken a we agree with the letter above in vital industries without in plants to make such materials were getting ready to Block to roller bearing co. Who wrote that it is not management a View angering our democratic free As steel if private Industry does obstruct and to confuse. Die hard about the dec. 18 piece i could that the Taft Hartley act should editors egged them on. Not believe that such an editorial be repealed a its Jan 1 editorial sen. Capehart r., ind said had been written by business said adding for emphasis a and or. Truman was urging a the first week. I am dumbfounded that we hasten to say that we share big step toward your people have apparently a that the Issue which carries Nie virtual retraction also gives a fair Cross Section of habitual business week advertisers. Among those with full Page and double Page ads Are Allis Chalmers Remington Rand b. F. Goodrich rubber i not expand production enough 2 a new program or Rural elec to meet the need Tritica Tion irrigation flood con 5. A civil rights program with tro i. Farm Price supports and j Laws against the poll tax Lynch Everett resigns As Sun editor for Guild office sen Ferguson r., Mich thought Cep Ted the idea that the recent the steel Plant plan was a so National elections have Given the monopolistic labor leaders a Man Date to Force the Law makers of Market rises rep. Rees a. Kan thought the membership of the Cincinnati newspaper Guild voted this week to employ Rollin h. Everett editor of the Sun As executive Secretary 01 the local effective Jan. 24. The program would be bad for its part in the efforts which have business. 1 he Stock Market changed that situation. A Man Quot a i feel sure the Sun will be continued by Cio in which will make it a vigorous. Factor in promoting the Well Eveiett previously had told the being 0f the Community and the i to the the Tecu Tive Board of greater Cin 1 working per uple who live in it. I oui country to repeal the Taft Hartley Umstattd continued indignant thought not went up As much As in 1 Hal business week should co., Warner 4 Swasey machine is a share. Accept this philosophy is deploy i tool co Monsanto chemical and sen. Taft r., Ohio said he fight to save the Taft Hartley act. As for improving the Wagner act Taft said a was exec Cannati Industrial Union Council of his intention to apply for the Guild position and resign the Editorship of the Sun. A i have been away from Active participation in the affairs of my own Union for four years a Everett said a and desire to return to it at this the Guild through its National employment office is helping the Council seek a replacement for Everett. Everett was for 17 years in daily newspaper work and w As one of the Early members and leaders of the local Guild. He was president for two terms and its negotiator on an unpaid basis until he left the test in 1944 to found the Sun. During the War he served As a labor member of the newspaper panel of the War labor Board sitting on various cases in Chicago. He also was a Delegate to most of the National conventions of the american newspaper Guild and chairman of various conman Tion committees. A i have enjoyed the four years i spent editing the Everett said a and feel that through it we have been Able to make a contribution to better government and election of More Liberal candidates. A when we started the Sun in 1944 to support the reelect Ion of Franklin d. Roosevelt there was virtual one part control of Ham inflation at a glance a. Pc Rcpt of come sctt this Federated press Chart based on official figures shows How drastically profits and prices have outstripped wages since the abolition of the excess profits tax and Price controls after the Ilion county. The Sun has had War. Federated pictures Able in my then he Sweet the ber system All big business by suggested that business week outfits retract by hinting broadly i am 1a sure that there Are competent a in its 18 editorial which editorial researchers on your Drew widespread comment from staff who could write Strong Quot Edi other pub Licati Quot a business week said a the Taft Hartley act failed on one of the most important grounds by which a Law must be judged in a democratic ground is consent. Only the police state can enforce a Law which is believed to be unjust bythe people it asked whether Umstattd a let a ter was typical of the response to \ the editorial a business week spokesman declined to reveal How Many letters it had received. Twu to open Southern office i Atlanta up a the text a workers Union Cio will set up a Branch of its International Headquarters in Atlanta about March 1, Twuwa pres Emil i Rieve announced this week. The Union s move has two i parallel objectives Rieve said i to accelerate organization in cooperation with the Cio organizing committee and 2 to improve the administration of i existing contracts and the Sei vices offered to workers covered by them. A i expect to spend about a if my time in the South from now on. A Rieve added. A and the i other general officers Heads it of the principal division and departments of our Union will the same

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