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The Sun (Newspaper) - January 24, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe in a Liberal weekly 29 vol. 6 no. I i cos Fred 14 v a t a a a Attr Jura 30, Cincinnati. 2, to 3, i �79 watch Columbus labor Fec Bonus Bills the 97th general Assembly now two weeks old has yet to by it would attempt to Conci show its True colors. Routine organization resolutions and approx nations have occupied most of the Assembly s attention to the pre sent moment. The Senate How Ever showed a last minute spurt nor. So 12 has been referred to before adjournment last week. Several measures of interest to the rules committee Date major disputes. Failure would be reported to the Gover progressives were introduced in the upper House. Labor management Bill first measure to come before have these Powers maintain in the overwhelmingly Republican dust rial Harmony inform the gov Senate 32 republicans�?4 demo error and legislature on the stat Crast was Senate Bill 12 Intro us of labor Industry relations diced by sen. Hildebrand Ltd it. Of Foster labor Industry educational Toledo it provides for a com mis programs Aid in avoiding major i. Introduce Fec sen. Howard Metzenbaum Cleveland last week was first out with an Fec Bill sb10. The measure would make it unlawful for an employer to show discrimination against employee because of a race color religious Sion of 18 members 6 from lab labor disputes Aid in Concillia cried Natrona origin or an Asl. \ or. 6 from Industry and 6 from Tion and recommend changes in j Chi a 5s4f 1�?o� i the Public the commission would Laws affecting labor and Indus j like the new York i fac 2 Law. Low wage a Crwley local Steelworker tells Lin ploy Eslo ask Lor Law dissatisfaction among employ fugal left us no other Road but is w Ith working conditions and to file the petition a a wage at the Crosley motors co. A the company Strickland con Plant on Spring Grove Avenue j it can Tnie i a a a a a brought the petition filed last Congress Portal facts week by United Auto workers Ford Frier ill for an Norb election there. Lou u a o a u j. Strickland Law internal �9 i4 10111 ii0tm>t>s tonal representative said new York up it a when Hen a rank and file Steelworker Man Cio attorney argued a Penny of which has been a Ettl from greater Cincinnati pro-1 against legislation to outlaw i de or paid. Video some of the most effect the claims of workers. A Pressman expressed Friend Tive testimony last week in Alexander revealed that he Ness to a proposed change in a. ,. Washington before the Senate spends 45 minutes after he a Law which would permit labor 1 10,u? p jnt41s t Al it 1 arc it i up Loil 1 e judiciary committee hearing enters the Plant Gate dressing and management to negotiate contract to the International As Price of Fords he offered Cit. Que Salon of . For work preparing company in the cases it Cia Liun of machinists an in a evidence of the milking the Autu a hated Union workers came manufacturers have been giving voluntarily to the Law with j the car buying Public then grievances. Strickland said j the slice is just a traction of asking the Law to request bar the amount that Auto gaining nights for them the Iam could be reduced while still contract expires mar 1. Leaving manufacturers a sub Stan at present More than 50 per tial profit according to figures cent of the workers have signed published by Boris Shub in the Alexander detailed i lie step preceding his paid time i must change into safety clothing Portal pay. Record and Metal the rank and Filer was a r operations before his paid w. Alexander Newport Roll to i. Ing Mill employee for 22 years. Specs another 35 minutes which is absolutely necessary in prices speak Jung on behalf of locals makin8 closing records and pre a Mill work. I w Ork under Large a Quot 22 and 1370, District 25, United Pann ,0 leave alter his paid powerful tans on non or steel steelworkers of America. He and a1 Whitehouse Dis Law membership cards Al february Issue of this month strict d i r e c t o a attended the time ends at night and some heated to 1700 degrees. In times is held up for a halt an my Job 1 stand on a standing on hour on company property by a which you can try an egg at any though no organizing drive was Magazine carried on. Steady increases in a car Selling wholesale Foi membership have been noted $789 75 in 1941 brought its Man week by week. The Plant pm tact user $33.17 or 4.2% in Clear ploy a 350 persons. Profit while the same car which we first knew of these con Sells today for $1.121 45, brings a editions a Strickland said when profit of $129 84, or 11.6%, Shub workers came to us Early in no reveals. At the same time Al Veinberg 1946, with their com though the amount paid out in plaints. After getting so Many wages per car has increased the members at the Plant we asked percentage of labor Cost per can that company to recognize us As has dropped from 25 5% to 24-ihe bargaining agent. Their Rel. Hearings at which Lee press i liilehoii8f on la it Lio at Whitehouse director of District 25. United steelworkers of America will speak from 9 30 to 10 p. M. Monday night Ian. 27, Over radio station Wal on the legislative and propaganda or i a against labor. Switch train. Ware it Industry Pressman told the committee that were the Legal rights of Industry to be attacked in a like time. Checks tha Craw a from my Entrance at the Gate to my arrival at my place of work at least 15 minutes manner a the Hue and cry would. A a a elapse then not on paid tune be Reaid around the world. 1 never before has Congress sought to snatch from the t a i must Check with the Crew working As to schedule of Ordera a and Type Grade Guage. Length supreme court a pending Case lamp and Width of Iron or steel on a a a. .4. I w hich they Are a he pointed to the irony of the a. Alexander makes out two re gifts of millions and millions in. B. Ports one on attendance of his tax Money to War industries As i a a ,. Eight Man Crew and the other contrasted to the present excite a. ,. On All activities of the Day men Over claims by workers not j a 5. Kroll says Gapac is Neutral a a i a. Will Baso wage policies Oil Hival progressive groups 0�?z individual industries the Cio political action committee is Neutral As to rival progressive citizens groups set up recently on a National basis Jack Kroll National chairman of co Pac. Said Here this week. A there is Cio representation in both the progressive citizens of America and the americans for Democra-1 tic action a Kroll said. A Cio Pac will continue to function As in the past politically inde pendent making its endorsements according to the records and programs of candidates. We will work with other Liberal organizations in All efforts to obtain the election of progressive candidates and the enactment of progressive legislation a progressive citizens of America has As co chairmen or. Frank kingdom and to Davidson. Henry Wallace is among its leaders and Kroll is a vice chairman. for democratic a j ton has As temporary co chair men Leo Henderson and Wilson w. Wyatt. Mis Roosevelt and Franklin d. Roosevelt jr., were among those attending its first session. Cio represent Tim was through James Carey National c40 Secretary Walter Reuther Law president John Green. Shipbuilders president and % cel Wolchok store finn president. Both of the progressive groups propose to organize on a National basis with affiliated bodies ult local communities. All Wrage policies initiated in the near future will be based up the progressive citizens concussed by the local group soon Nutter of Cincinnati is affiliated several leaders it is reported with neither of the National favor maintaining Complete Ingroup. It is reported that the dependence so As to avoid any on in decisions of Sacii Intrina question of attitude toward the split in the strength of the local tonal Union. Robert j Davidson rival organizing drive will be Dis j Liberal groups. A regional director said this week Ute amp us or after a Cio Slatt meeting. This decision was arrived at by representatives of All International unions in the Cincinnati area at a stuff meeting tuesday the meeting was called in re so Onse to the greater Cincinnat Cio Industrial Union Council Call for a joint economic Coil fee ence. Davidson said the representatives All expressed the Opimo that while in agreement with tin Nathan economic report we Iii advocates a general 25 per ten age increase without Price in creases the report dealing wit specific industries could be mor effectively utilized in determining wage policies. The Industry reports Are expected to be issues in the near future. Leu. Out the cop this cartoon from labor review highlights the objective of the present anti labor hysteria swooping through Congress. The Agatina is edited by Ben Yomen whose cartoons Are Well known to the labor press. Labor review subscriptions Are $3 a year $5 for two years and the address is Box 83, Linwood station., Detroit 8. Michigan. Federated pictures a committee was set u work in close conjunction Council s executive Board. D son was named sex offi Cio Man other committee mer Are Arthur Hartmann and j Herman amalgamated clo workers Esther Tice u electrical workers Al v House., imbed steelworkers Johnson textile workers Methard plaything and no workers Herbert Schwa paper workers George Gri fur and leather workers Ard Forkner representing a dust rial unions with no int tonal Union affiliation an j Jordan representing the a i or r i i

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