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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe Sun the Sun a is i b Era h weekly published by the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio entered As Stacona c a so Nenei june jul i9�4 at in let Post Otic at Cincinnati 2. Ohio Uroper a he act of match 3. 1879. Rollin h. Everett office. Is East eight st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. Main 4813 executive Board William Black Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman. Jerry Maxey John Dehner Arlhur Hartmann Walter Grainger George Grigsby Willis Wilder Isaac Bradshaw Wilfred Porter Max Sien Hugo Klug James Wigbell Clarence Rau Ray Sowder Earl Davis Nathaniel Jordan. Subscription. .$2.00 per year. Cion Sconn ter of Fen wive i he Cio through its executive Board has served emphatic notice that it does not intend to take the Taft Hartley slave labor act lying Down. A was Afi organization of free american workers the Cio the it a it american Hort act of Freedom a presi Dent Philip Murray said in a statement on behalf of the Board. The cd was exercise of rights which Are Basic in our democracy. A we propose As Good american to fight the political restraints in this legislation. A we dedicate ourselves to an unceasing Campaign against the in american conspiracy which has produced this Bill. A your responsibilities require us to work immediately for a repeal of the Law and for the defeat of those forces in our political life which have sponsored it and worked for its in order to implement its resolve to fight Back against the tyrannies of the act to assert the workers Basic constitutional rights and to defend their interests against this murderous assault the Cio Board voted for a great expansion of organizing and political activity and for United action with the Al and Railroad brotherhoods in labors common fight. Throw fils t v it pud r a re or Ltd congressman Dolpp 8y Yomen wow Rah do we have to 60 Home when Congress adjourns Quot newspaper Guild launch its greatest counter offensive against the present offensive of in american reaction. Clothing worker saw paper will defy ban on Freedom of labor press foresee constructive race for the National presidency a constructive and clean Campaign for the leadership of the american newspaper Guild is expected As the result of the 14th annual convention just completed in Sioux cite delegates from Unatin reporte the delegates from the Cincin of the Memphis Guild which has Nati newspaper Guild were Irwin Bauer president and Post unit member Russell Lusby past president from the times Star unit and Rollin Everett editor of the Sun. Been a Strong Force in carrying Cio into Tennessee. Shelton s Guild activity has been in st. Louis Chicago and Washington. He now is a member in the last a bitter Guild feud Between my both were seen As men who would defend the Guild new York up a determined to Challenge sections of the Taft Hartley Law that would curb labors Freedom of the press the amalgamated clothing workers Cio served notice Here that its official publication the Advance in its july 1 Issue would de-1 ounce those members of con a Gress who voted for the Law and would urge their defeat at the polls. Sections of the Law would prohibit a Union financed publication from criticizing or supporting political candidates or from publishing their voting records j act pres. Jacob Potofsky and exec. Vice pres. Hyman Blum Berg announcing the decision expressed their conviction that the provision would not stand up before the . Supreme court. Flatly challenging every press restriction set Forth by the Law the Advance will publish lists of All senators and representatives who voted for the measure and will editorially Call upon its 350,000 members to help defeat them in forthcoming elections. Urging its readers to examine the lists of those a who performed the Hatchet Job on american working men and women by passing the Taft Hartley Bill Over pres. Truman a veto a the editorial declared a we urge our members and All other enlightened americans to read these lists carefully. We urge you never to forget those who seek to destroy your economic and political gains. At the proper time and place at the polling places in the land labor will give them an answer which they will never Sunshine a a a a a a a Little Luther a its time a said or. Dilworth a for you to begin thinking about what you want to be when you grow up. You probably will grow up some Day you a yes i know a said Little Luther. A and judging from some of the examples of grown i know bests mentioning no names of course it makes me feel sorry for a i f you could learn to curb your Sharp Tongue you might aspire to a life of politics a or. Dilworth suggested. A a you re never at a loss for a a father who can think of nothing better than putting his son out among the Parnell Thomases and the Clare hoffmans should be jailed for conspiring to contribute to juvenile delinquency a said Little Luther. A for you could be an atom bomb scientist a or. Dilworth went on. A and have the Fri under my bed to see if i told atom bomb secrets to my wife not for me a a of course a his father continued a the Law business promises to be a moneymaker for a quite a few years to come. These new labor Laws should keep a couple of million extra lawyers in Gravy for 10 or 20 years. What say we Send you to Law school a a pop i done to need to go to school a said Little Luther. A a in be Learned enough from you to know id better be an honest worker and if i develop any talents i can use them for the Milton Murray president and Sam Eubanks executive vice president was ended by Murray s declination to run again. William Rodgers Secretary treasurer who sided with Murray failed to win renomination. The candidates for president Are William Shelton editorial writer for pm and Harry Martin amusements editor of the Memphis commercial Appeal. The lineup of votes indicated they would have Defeated Murray had he not declined. Murray a decision not to carry the fight to a bitter end but to withdraw As a move toward Harmony was accorded a tremendous acclaim by the convention. While Murray has been in the Public Eye because of speeches against communism this Issue was not involved in his split with Eubanks. Their differences were personal ones arising Over administrative problems. Eubanks will be opposed for election by James Buckman of Springfield a Murray Follower. Both Shelton and Martin Are expected to endorse Eubanks. Martin was one of the founders Union. I think ill apply tomorrow for a Job in your diaper a diaper works to damnation in one generation a his father exclaimed. A what have i Ever done to deserve this a # outfitting a peacetime conscript army is expected to give More than $1 billion a year in business to private Industry. A a a some people want labor Unity without yielding an Inch themselves like the cat who wanted to catch fish without wetting her feet against any outside i the conventions political action panel heard Jack Kroll National Cio Pac director and framed a strongly worded program for Guild participation in fighting those responsible for the Taft Hartley Bill. Everett was one of the drafters of the report. Bauer was a member of the organization committee and chairman of one of its regional subcommittees. Lusby worked in the conventions finance committee. The convention raised local per capita to the International to $1 a month plus an extra 15c until aug. 1, 1948, to replenish the defense fund. The question of a mandatory local dues scale was referred to the membership for a vote. Local autonomy was strongly defended in the defeat of a move to place greater authority Over strikes with the International officers. The Taft Hartley Bill will present a particular Challenge to the Guild As publishers who chose to May Challenge Many of its leaders As ineligible for representation on the grounds they Are in supervisory positions. Guild leaders expressed determination to fight any such move. Next years convention will be in Sioux City. A vote rejecting a paid presidency was 242 to 91. The convention adopted action to a present and reject efforts of the communist party or other political parties to interfere in our officers reported that wage increases were won in the last year totalling $12,500,000. The Low Taft Bui is like prohibition the Taft Hartley Bill May end up like the volstead act i for Ceable and a distinct nuisance. It is a Complete misunderstanding of human nature to expect Union men who have definite and Well founded beliefs As u their economic and social welfare to continue in their midst fellow workers who strive daily to tear Down the economic stability upon which millions of workers families depend for then daily bread. Time and again we a a it heard Union do not properly discipline their members. But the Tail Hartley Bill removes every vestige cd discipline which unions might exercise Over their members a Union member could daily denounce All of the principle and beliefs of his Union. It could fight every attempt of to Union for better wages of working conditions. He could Oum every picket line and last to Side of the employer in eve a struggle of the workers for to better things of life. And yet at Long As he paid his dues Fth Union members would have to Kun Fer working beside him in to Plant. Is a a. A % a x w a a a a a. Wpm such actions and such conduct. No Law i fear can impose such unusual hardships on american citizens with impunity. No Church would tolerate an a Neift who damned the principles of the Church daily before the Ajtai of that Church. And let us i of for a moment believe that workers will permit these traitor it remain in their midst and in Feto like a cancerous sore other members. Or. Taft has engaged in a piece of Brick Oprie co. Win 12c, Holiday a general wage increase of fit. Six paid holidays and other improvements were won Foi Ito tank coaters unit of local brewery workers in a Contrato signed monday with the Brichto pric product co. The contract retroactive to May 12, runs for one year jobs Dehner local 12 business agent negotiated for the fashion Coats a Suas dresses 951 e. Mcmillan to Coopers shoes shoes for the entire fam try in Mill Street Lockland. A linoleum cabinets carpet Schramm amp Rugh inc. A 3236 113 i. 2th st

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