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The Sun (Newspaper) - January 31, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe laxity or to Quot Law Quot plug ugliest leads Sun a us a ii. 29 if4 a o \ z a Ltd 4 40 a = Viil. 0 no. jul Siuai /41 by Holly a h. Everett City councilman there seems to have Arisen in Cincinnati a need for methods of dealing effectively with a plug ugliest without setting Cincinnati farther upon the Road of a Law by the Billy one hesitates to waste sympathy on thoroughly undesirable characters such As one who complained recently that he was Given a brutal beating by the police the trouble is that once police Murray urges try peace frustrated in their efforts to of such frustration of due Procesa of Tain adequate punishment of Law and order generally is at such men in court take the mat work. Ter of judgment and punishment but above All there is a great into their own hands innocent need m Cincinnati of a police persons eventually suffer. J administration with a genuine in the recent Case officers in regard Lor the civil liberties of \ olved denied the beating and the citizens the accuser failed to appear j such an administration would against them. The amazing thing stand bark of its policemen to a i i that men of his character so the bin it in their taking the often arrested should still roam necessary action to protect them. Our streets. One or both of two i selves against injury in making factors Are involved arrests. But it would not permit 1. It should be determined invasion of Homes without search w Hether changes in Laws Are warrants use of Billy clubs freely needed to Deal with such men in poorer neighbourhoods or Lor will severely enough that they will punitive purposes stay away from Cincinnati. We do not have that kind of 2. If the Laws Are adequate it police administration in Cine in should be determined Why they Nati. Labot has found it out too get off so lightly in court. Police often on the picket line and often in the past have complained of the leniency of the courts. Judges privately will Tell you that police fad to make cases now the fact is penetrating to some Church and other circles outside of labor. What is needed Here is immediate adjustment of police pay every Effort will be made balls Bill to outlaw the closed Industry wide bargaining and a third Factor that should do that competent men on the Force by Cio to obtain contract a hop would result a in Industrial pointed out that its ban against investigated is whether any Law May feel rewarded for their of settlement through real col chaos in the United states j checkoff of Union dues went fur j Jess Force n Cincinnati has be-1 forts and stay on the Force a elective bargaining Philip seventy seven per cent of Union ther even than last year s Case come powerful enough political modernized police administration Murray Cio president told workers Are under contracts Bill. By to frustrate due process of Law and the program of police Educa newspapermen sen. Robert a. Taft Senate j and order against its followers. Labor committee chairman said week. Which would be outlawed he he pointed to the policy is said to abolished in his own Union a if Congress wants to Start out later that the gop and admin the United steelworkers of deliberately to create Industrial oration were closer to agree America in extending its strife for a period of about six ment. He had declared that the contract with the u. S. Steel months. Schwellenbac warned closed shop must either be Abol-corp., until april 30. A it could choose no better course shed or Laws passed to insure similar extensions will be than this democracy in labor unions he made in the District 15 of he also objected strenuously to subsequently said he might come steelworkers a1 Whtie Bouse the provisions of the bail Taft around to balls stand against director of that District said Smith Bill provision to outlaw closed shops Here see Story on Page 5. Murray was quoted in interviews in the East As having urged All Cio unions to go slow on new contracts. Such action will reassure the Public and will go far toward promoting real collective bargaining he said. Extensions should be Grant a where More time will Aid j in reaching agreements through collective bargaining he urged. Waich Washington while Labory attention was focused on hearings under Way to Washington on proposed labor Laws. Labor Secretary sch uen tech warned that sen Joseph Tion on the City s time which wherever the a Law of the Billy such an administration would Ciuba starts showing an increase i give. H ode is win wore for less san Francisco a Fri a the san Francisco Model a a no a consisting of 35 a Tut models has won from 11 but two local Art school and individual artists a wage scale of $1.50 an hour for draped posing and $2 for nude posing. The California school of Fine arts and the Academy of advertising Art have to far refused to go Over si.50. The Soma is now voting on Affili Ion with the Al or Cio. Or i j a tic or a yes lax Start at hot Una Washington up a a Bill to increase the income tax exemptions of single persons by >0 and of Heads of families by $1,000 was introduced Jan. 24 by sen James e. Murray a Mont As s. 348. Murray a measure would make Che total exemption of single men or women $1,000 and that of Heads of families or married persons living with their spouses $8,000. A if Congress is Gouig to reduce j taxes we should begin at the Bottom of the economic pile and not at the top As proposed by certain republicans in their Call for a 20% income tax Cut a Murray Weatherly chases school band aiding polio drive a Nooi a Hildien in a hand from Loi the Bank of Hope were or is. Leo s Paige Hal school playing dered off Fountain Square Esplanade la a saturday by chief Weatherly on the grounds they were a nuisance. The children were interrupted in the midst of their concert which was intended to attract More dimes into the fund to Aid victim of infantile paralysis. Mrs Justin Rollman. March of dimes chairman called chief Weatherly to ask that the order be rescinded. A absolutely not she quoted Weatherly As replying. Get diem Oft. They Are a nuisance. They Are violating an ordinance a Edward Lehr chairman of the Bank of Hope said it had been a practice of bands to play on the Esplanade without permits in connection with the drive. Another school band had played earlier saturday. A it seemed a shame a mrs. Rollman said a that such a Tine group of children who had come All the Way downtown to help this worthy cause should have been made to feel they were a group of Law councilman Holly a h. Everett asked that City manager Kellogg make a Complete report on the said. It in t wage increase that cause inflation this cartoon strip from the Cio economic Outlook Reveau Federated pictures incident. Search it Home it hoist arrant five Homes on West seventh Street were entered last week by police and searched without search warrants the National association for advancement of coloured people complained to safety director Hamilton who promised an investigation. Harold Snell a act Secretary reported that the officers broke a lock on the door of mrs. Virginia Turner evangelist 1225 West seventh Street to enter there. A mrs. Turner said she was upstairs engaged in prayer when the police knocked a Snell said. A before she could get downstairs they forced their Entrance the officers declined to Tell the a occupants of the dwelling Why they were being searched Snell said

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