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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 11, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioCag on labor goal jul 3 gop the re it to a �0 Wal \ i4 j \0 a a of i \ 3 a Libl Kal weekly 20 entered As second class matter june 30, 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under the act of March 3, 1879. Vol. 7 no. 12 the Law jul v 11, 1947 nazi Justice to . This column has previously written about president Truman a infamous executive order prescribing procedures for the administration of a government employee s loyalty program. It was pointed out that the methods to be used were in american and a Complete departure from All hitherto known american methods of trial procedure former United now comes a states Deputy chief counsel at Farious activities. Nuremberg a. L. Pomerantz who in the following quotation published recently in the new York times indicated his views about president Truman s Exeen or. Pomerantz continued a upon returning to the United states i found that whatever we May have taught the nazis we have absorbed into our own Legal or fight see grab for Ower not Content with shackling labor through the National Congress the local Republican organization this week moved to quiet labors voice in the City Council. In a Surprise action the gop majority in Council proposed that proportional representation be abolished. Liberal and non partisan organizations immediately raised a protest but the local Vachino insisted in going ahead with its plan to capture the City lock Stock and the plan Calls for putting the Issue to a vote next november third time twice before in its 22 year history Here attempts have been made to do away with or. Both times they were Defeated but once by a Mere 700 votes. De fenders of or pointed out that every vote will be needed this time to save it. A be sure you Are registered a they urged Union men the gop a using a very dirty trick in its propaganda bag to confuse the Issue. It called Phi Sun american Quot and fount those lome. Taft some 4000 Ohio Cio members gathered in Columbus at a rally Jug Are current anti labor legislation. They heard William Lavelle. Ohio Cio Council Secreta a teas re a vice Congress to re read the a j Oslance 1c tyranny _. _ Jack Kroll Ohio Cio Council president tells the Columbus rally Quot no Man no Law no individual can prevent our defeating our enemies at the ballot a having recently returned from Nuremberg i am struck by certain ironical contrasts Between our governments prosecution of nazi criminal organizations at Nuremberg and our parallel proceedings Here against so called disloyal american organizations. It would seem that we Are providing american Justice for nazis but nazi Justice for or. Pomerantz pointed out that when we tried certain nazi organizations we observed the highest traditions of american Legal process including indictments with detailed statements of the charges the full right to counsel of their own Choice and their months in court. Even then we acquitted the . And the German general staff. To convict a person it was necessary to show by Means of a full trial with All the Legal safeguards that each individual member he had to be a member joined and remained in the organization knowing of its be we fought and in weighed against. Germany Otoum info i refer to our executive order which provides that any one of the 2vz million employees in the executive Branch of our Federal government can be summarily fired if he is or Ever was a member of or in a sympathetic association with any organization or combination of persons placed by the attorney general of the United states on his private1 Black a a yes you get a trial on an in Power. But it neglected to add that like the gop Hitler first had to abolish or and All opposition before he could seize undisputed control. The gop called pro the work poll Pax action Washington a up a Ever since its first constitutional convention in 1938 the Cio has gone on record in favor of anti pol tax legislation Cio asst. Gen. Coun ing tool of Strong militant Radi get a Ugene Cotton told a House Cal minorities. By which it on subcommittee meant of course the Union Man. Calling attention to the fact attacks mayor that three times the House has passed Bills to outlaw the pol tax Charles p Talt chairman of which were killed in the Senate the charter committee replied by a filibuster or a threat of one 1 u Quot u Quot a 0rm you that or w As the one prov Slon of Cotton asked the group to act of the. Charges and with no of the charter that stands Between. This time. ,.it u our ear. Port Unity to confront or examine. The machine Bosses and absolute nest Hopco a he said it a that the 8 he or even to know of the com a mile mayor Rich who was Lead a a ,. 1u1c , vv11 Congress will act to remove the planning witnesses. And the1 witnesses. And Burden of disproving undisclosed a an incompetent prosecutor ing the fight to kill or he called blot of thai n tax rom Ameri inn or Nonni a test i can democracy. Charges rests on the defendant. It should be added shades of the malodorous German Peoples courts that the tribunal which hears these cases is appointed by a a Bush party designations and responsible to the depart-1 irely from the Balio thus they ment head who May be the an seated in the office of mayor by those same Bosses. The republicans made much of the fact that they wish to in Mot hard suffers fractured ankle complainant. A this is 20th Century american Jack Methard Hamilton Cou implied the City would be run on to Pac director suffered a a non partisan basis. But they j fractured ankle resulting from a gave the lie to their own claim fall on june 27. The ankle is when in the next breath they in = much improved now and he existed they were trying to re pets to be Back at work by the store a party responsibility a the j first of next week two ideas Are contradictory their opponents pointed out. Abolishing or would make it a a cheaper to Boss the City. Under or the Council includes representatives of minority parties including labor. Without or the Bosses would need to control Only 51 per cent of the votes in order to elect 100 per cent of the coun Eileen. There would be no voice for minorities. No one to speak for labor. No one to hinder the absolute dictatorship of the Bosses. once More hits labor Washington up a the congressional attack on labor continued this week w Ith passage of a slashed appropriation for the labor department. At the same time labor began feeling the first effects of the Taft Hai t of the Senate aria mouse Iii been at Odds on How much to trim the labor department Bud a get. They compromised by splitting the difference. Some of the results Truman asked $5,200,000 for the wage hour division got $3,800,-000 asked $718,000 for the division of labor standards got $200,-000 asked $6,700,000 for the Bureau of labor statistics got $3,400,000. Hampers labors Friend thus the reactionary Republican Congress sought to hamstring the one department of the government set up a to Foster promote and develop the welfare of the wage earners in the ., to improve their working conditions and to Advance their opportunities for profitable the National labor relations Board which most Cio unions j had decided to have nothing to do with under the new Taft Law issued instructions to its 21 regional offices for conforming with the Law. J Many provisions of the Law continued on Page 61 Midwest phone workers affiliate with Cio group Omaha neb a up a members of the american Union of Telephone workers in Iowa and Nebraska have voted by a substantial majority to affiliate with the Telephone workers organizing committee Cipres. H. J. Staats of Auto local 24 announced Here. Don t a Vive in to landlords on rent hikes Cio urges Washington up a a Call for the organization of tenants across the country to resist landlord drives to sign them up on leases with a 15 percent rent increase was made this week by the we a. All state and City Industrial Union councils were asked to take the Lead in organizing tenants for a self Protection under the gop rent control act. Cio councils director John Brophy and legislative director Nathan Cowan signed the letters warning organizations that Quot Protection which tenants get under the new Law will be to a much greater extent than formerly self Protection. A to resist a drive by landlords to sign up tenants for a 15 percent increase and to resist unjust evictions tenants will have to organize and be prepared to act the Cio letter also urged the councils to seek a adequate labor representation on each state rent control advisory committee being appointed by the governor of each state under the new act. A we Are convinced that Public opinion can be aroused to demand fair and reasonable treatment from landlords despite the apparent intent of Congress to victimize tenants under the new Law. Unjust evictions should be resisted by every proper Means a the letter said urging organization of tenants by a apartment houses housing developments blocks and

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