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The Sun (Newspaper) - January 17, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe Sun a Mikeral 20 it 1944 a Ohn june 30, Neift 2, 1879�,1 1 11 a vol. 6 no. 13 tax Relief for Llie w local delegates to sundays in income taxes. Cio legislative conference in a urge family with a Low in Columbus pointed out on their come most needing Aid would a Tut n some pertinent figures on receive no Benefit As their con Cau gop proposed 20% Flat Cut 1 Tributino to the Federal budget Tito it Neil fit h vi.7 Street new York a it up it a Wall Street Breeds sensitive souls As j v. Ell Asmi 11 Ion a Fres. So William h Haskell a customers broker discovered when he was examined As a prospective juror in the new York giants Foo Butl fax Case. Asked if he could View the Case impartially Haskell said no Quot because to in the gambling business quicker than he could hand out a hot tip Haskell found himself out of a Job. The new York Stock Exchange cancelled his registration and his employer the Wall Street firm of e. F. Hutton amp co., fired him. Is through hidden taxes. A family of four with an in come of $2500 a year would be Only $10 better off a year. But dimes Given in the 1947 March of dimes will Aid such Young a family of four with an income infantile paralysis victims As this one to walk again. Tha drive u of $100,000 a year would be about from Jan. Is to 20 through the Hamilton county chapter of the $15.000 better off a year. National drive against labor mayor adds third Indian Willite to University Board Cio analyses legislative drive to restrict unions five Republican Council men Board now Are from that sub Tate was led by councilman confirmed this week the a jury giving it a 331 per cent run h Everett labor Repie a ointment by mayor Stew Art control of an educational in of Benjamin Tate Indian Hill Slit ution to which Indian Hills Xoai executive to the Board of property pays no taxes. Due actors of the University of Cincinnati. The action was taken Over the protest of charter Council Tate was mayor stewarts Campaign manager when Stewart ran for governor of Ohio in 1944. He is prominent a smokescreen of misrepresentation and deceit is being thrown out by big business and its friends in an Effort to pass legislation designed to break labor and open the Road again for monopolistic plundering of the nation Cio charged this week in an analysis of current legislative proposals. President Philip Murray de a a tentative in Council who declared of the Cio report Pressman charged that the aim c la red that he could not see Why a most of the Bills on labor of the proponents of restrictions with about a half million Cin legislation introduced in con on Union activity is to destroy Cannati citizens to choose from Giess contain different and vary organized labor and to terrorize mayor Stewart turned to Indian my combinations of the attacks workers into an abandonment of Hill for another Board member made on organized labor Over their right of self men who charged that the a in local fund raising for the put ulment continued the in gop National fund democratic c o n t 1 of the he it a member of a commit municipal University by a group of citizens from one strata of the City a citizens. Indian Hill is a wealthy exclusive suburb outside the City limits. Three of nine members of the University a my Conception of american is through a wide expression of opinion a Everett declared. A it particularly is important in our Public education system that Lee for up anon. Of Harding a this be the Case. Collage. A Small Arkansas inst Everett pointed out that of the i Union headed by or. George eight other Board members four Benson anti labor columnist in Are lawyers one a Bank pies Many Small newspapers who the past several years. This Analy j because Only labor has a acted. U Sis. Goes behind some of the effectively a to assert the Peoples democracy is that it functions,. ,. Catch phrases used against labor right to a decent share in the unions to show the real threat National Economy a powerful to our whole framework of monopoly interests Hope to res american civil liberties in some strict the effectiveness of labor of the proposals ostensibly aimed by legislation to curb harass yes even destroy american unionism a or. Murray declared in an introduction to the a the drive against a a today Sanli labor Campaign protest Taft ban i it no Al it or hearings Washington a it he top position mounted in labor circles to the announced plan of sen. Robert a. Taft . And rep. Fred a Hartley or. A no it to dispense with Public hearings by it Senate and House labor committees on Bills written a along the lines of last sessions Case both rep Francis laser it d y and sen. Joseph Ball r. Minn have offered Bills of that Type and the Republican leaders have argued that a further hearings Are unnecessary because of previous extensive speaking for the Cio legislative director Cowan wrote the two committee chairmen that such reasoning is not borne out by the facts. A we feel furthermore that Many new members of the House and Senate should be Given an Opportunity to hear the View s not Only or organized labor but of All interested groups. A on behalf of the membership Ltd the Cio and in the interests of adequate Opportunity for All groups to be heard on a matter of such vital Public concern i urge that your committees hold full and Complete hearings on All proposals for legislation dealing with organized subsequently hearings were set Jan. Consistently furthers the National association of manufacturers Point of View. Everett leads opposition objection to appointment of solely at organized labor. A it also analyses the Basic causes of recent strikes to show that few. If any of the current Dent one an executive of a Large. A Deal with the real is. Manufacturing firing one a physician and one a woman. Sues in Tabor management disputes namely the question of a what new Point of View can wages and the efforts of labor unions to raise the living Stan-1 Dards of their would destroy labor or. Tate bring to the uni ver sity?1 Everett inquired. I Loftt Iauco 00 Page 31 3 a smokescreen to conceal the most outrageous monopolistic plundering in our history a the pamphlet charges. A it is a flank attack on the labor movement to Force it to give up in its wage the pamphlet prepared by the Eman it is record Rise in Consumers prices in0ix i a Kiili Huia i #. Ian open shop movement a at this moment in our history the stage has once again been set for a new open shop movement for a new a american plan a similar to those conducted by big business both before and after world War 1, the pamphlet said. A the slogans today Are More Subtle but the purpose is the same. The greater Cincinnati Indus a what is labors solution to rial Union Council this week in this problem we say that the cited Central labor Council answer lies in the realm of econ-1 Al and honest Independent homies not of vituperation. The unions to join in summoning a answer is a preservation and de. Greater Cincinnati conference of Vei Ozment of the living stand Union leaders on the legislative Ards of the nation. The answer Cio Legal department under the direction of general counsel Lee Cio Council _ seeks joint labor action crisis. The Council at its wednesday is a sound National wage policy which preserves the purchasing m end Ian i mar apr May Jun jul au6 sip oct nov Dic source Bureau of labor statistic up up. Up go consumer prices says this Chart based on figures from the u. S. Bureau of labor statistics acid to the housewife 0r o t is county. 1 a a to or Xii o a u Tut a a who had to pay and pay and pay this is hardly news. Fed picture their agents in theft it i House night meeting also endorsed the Power needed for the american March of dimes Campaign of the Economy. The answer is an sex infantile paralysis foundation handed social Security and health and urged that in memory of the program. Late president Franklin d a the answer lies not i Roosevelt All possible Aid be give continued on Page 2< t in it. The following letter was addressed to John j. Hurst president of Central labor Council j on the matter of a joint conference l a dear sir and brother to has become Crystal Clear a these last few Days that the monopolists of Industry and finance in our country have mounted a Broad offensive to cripple and. If possible destroy the Hon the Law on Portal to Portal Issue if you have been look for a concise and unde Siai Able explanation of the port to Portal suits read the l on Page 4 of the Sun t week. The Law column written for the Sun by competent and experienc it labor lawyer who has give great Deal of time and Siu to the Portal Issue. Learns to 1talk a a uni Tiu in a Vioal amp i of qh1l

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