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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 15, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPig 2the Cincinnati Sun Friday july 15, 194#the inside Story key off year elections to be watched nation wide written by the staff of the Cio news Flection Day 1950�?it�?Ts november 7�?is still Over 450 Days off. But you a never know it judging by activity in Pac circles. Cio political a zionists Are formulating plans or in some eases actually carrying them out with two objectives. 1 next years congressional elections. 2. Several key off year elections this year. 1 registration will be the first chapter for next year s drive and Iff a Anees that lot of work to be done in 1949. A a a this years elections Are mostly local and of prime interest of local pics. But in several instances there is More than local importance. A the coming City elections Here in Cincinnati will be watched closely by political forecasters across the nation since they will give an indication of labors strength in this area. Cincinnati is one of the key cities in the senatorial race in 1950 and a Strong labor vote in this years City election will be a preview of things to come. A there a the senatorial rare in new York state for the seat resigned by Robert f. Wagner a. Also in new York there a the key fight for new York City a mayoralty. Across the River in new Jersey be choosing a governor the entire state Assembly and a third of the Senate. A in Pennsylvania a 26th District an area made famous by Johnstown flood voters Are going to by election polls to choose a successor to rep. Robert l. Coffey a t killed in an air crash. Running to succeed her War hero son is mrs. Robert l. Coffey or. A Down in Virginia the Byrd machine is facing Tough fight. In a three Way primary fight a Byrd Man who split with the Boss Over patronage and an anti Byrd Man Are battling it out. The latter is rated a fair Chance if the Byrd vote strike by the time this column appears in print questions of whether there la be a strike of Cio steelworkers May Well have been determined. The Union s negotiations with u. Steel and other big producers have been under Way since june 15 after july 15, contract permits strike. Steel Union leaders Are furious that u. Steel making More profits than Ever before had effrontery to argue that Quot no sound reasons justify an increase at this Phil Murray at Pittsburgh press conference said company had Quot failed and refused to bargain in Good Faith. Big steel said Quot not on w Ages Quot not on pensions Quot not on All but the flimsiest health and welfare proposition under which workers would have had to pay half the Cost a # # the same Sticky attitude about granting wage increases has been maintained by the Auto and electrical industries. Meanwhile Cio is unveiling a dramatic report by Robert Nathan a leading economist to Point the spotlight on present economic problems. Nathan who created wide discussion two years ago with a similar report warned Back in 1947 that inflationary trends if not curbed would Lead to a recession. At that time he urged wage increases to be paid out of High profits and without increase in prices. In addition to a general economic study Nathan also prepared a special study for the steel Industry. Its being presented at open meeting of United steelworkers wage policy meeting in Pittsburgh. A Ever since the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt commies in the u. Have had what they considered a prize clincher to any argument. If you disagreed with them they shouted Quot you Are not following the Noble policies of last week commies in the u. S., As so often in the past were sold Down the River by russians official historians. Those historians meeting to castigate 28 colleagues for Quot Bourgeois and Quot cosmopolitanism errors denounced one prof. Zubok who they said had Quot distort edly interpreted Roosevelt a so called new further Zubok was accused of hang Quot entirely ignored the fact that All of Roosevelt a efforts to solve american problems were done 1 under the pressure of the masses and 2 at the same time Roosevelt was safeguarding the interests of monopolistic if that Means a change in party a Trange or the commies in u. In 1940. They were screaming Quot War Monger a wbk pm amp my Ray and others for backing Aid to the allies. The 28 historians or most of them did a Shostakovich and repented loudly of their in action much of the criticism of administration of Taft Hartley goes to Robert Denham general counsel of the labor boards but that does no to mean Norb itself Isnit doing plenty of things to Merit Sharp criticism from unions. For instance Norb recently voted in a Case involving Al teamsters in a mid West City to give employer an almost air tight escape Hatch from the Laws provisions while his stooges carry out illegal pressure Campaign. Employer posted a Quot notice saying that Only he could voice company policy on Union matters. Then his supervisors and Foreman spread a big Campaign of fear and threats As to what would happen if the Union won the election a but supervisors were speaking Quot without that run around did no to fool the trial examiner who said that the company was clearly responsible a it Hadnot reprimanded or contradicted any of the supervisors. But the Norb ignoring the facts of life overruled the trial examiner and gave the Boss a clean Bill of health on that score. West a us. Savw6s Boh amps pact debate in old chamber opening debate on ratification of the North Atlantic pact sen. Tom Connally a Tex addresses the senators gathered in the old supreme court chamber in the Capitol in Washington. Regular Senate chamber is being repaired. Vice pres. Albeit w. Barkley 2. On the Rostrum left is sen. Arthur h. Vandenburg r. Mich 3leading gop advocate of the military Alliance. Federated pictures congressman drip by y0m6n this new Oil of mine would require All worker to Ray employers for the it amp it to searching Diu Sance by to Lynne Federated press the time has come when nothing is so Cool to look at and to Wear As a nicely starched was dress. And nothing we might add is More of a nuisance to the lady who must Wash and Iron it. Proper searching technic might help matters along. Household equipment specialists of the department of agriculture say that Many an Iron is scarred because of the starch on clothes. Starch Sticks and scorches on a hot Iron. The temptation is to scratch it off with a knife or any other Sharp utensil Handy. The result is Likely to be permanent scratches on the plate. Once scratched the Iron May catch on fabrics and pull threads. There Are several easy ways to get rid of caked starch without hurting the Iron. If the Iron is hot shake Salt on a piece of paper and rub the Iron Back and Forth Over the Salt until the starch rubs off. If the Iron is Cool remove by scouring with very Fine steel Wool or with a moist cloth dipped in Fine scouring powder. Sometimes just rubbing with a Damp cloth will do it. Preventive measures the Best thing is to eliminate sticking starch to begin with. Rub a Little beeswax or paraffin Over the hot surface of the Iron. It will make your ironing easier. Be sure your starch is Well cooked for it is less Likely to stick then. There is a Wax preparation on the Market to add to your starch while it is cooking which prevents sticking. It is a household axiom that adding Salt to starch mixture keeps it from sticking maybe because the Salt Mises the temperature of the mixture and aids thorough cooking. You have several choices of the kind of starch to use. Cooked starch the old standby is the cheapest and Best if there is a Large Wash. Mix the solid starch with an equal amount of cold water and then add boiling water gradually. Cook until the mixture boils and clears stirring constantly. Hot and cold starches hot water starch is made with powdered starch. Mix the starch with an equal amount of cold water and then add boiling water. You done to have to Cook it. Cold starch can be used if you Are in a hurry but the finish is Likely to he stiff. The garment has to be ironed while still wet. Liquid starch now on the Market is easiest to use As Are the dehydrated and crystaline starches available in some places. Add the required amount of water and stir. Some plastic starches last through several washings. All in All it is worthwhile to master the Art of searching garments properly. Lightly starched garments Are easier to Iron and the starch keeps them fresh longer. In addition it keeps stains and dirt from sinking into the fabric. President Truman believes the world is moving toward peace slowly and gradually but steadily. As Senate debate of the Atlantic pact dragged through its fourth Day the president reminded his press conference that peace has been the keynote of a Early every address he has made since he took office four years ago. Hot added he expects to keep up that fight. The pact binds a dozen nation into a military Alliance with that United states with All pledge to help against aggressors. Sen ate leaders say that despite the Long debate there will be Lea than a dozen votes against to pact

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