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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 18, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioNo need for mass picketing Pac to Reise army in reply to Toft Bill Washington Way to handle the Taft Hartley problem is by electing the Type of representatives to Congress in 1948 who will repeal the act a this was the View of Cio president Philip Murray As the Cion a political action committee delivered its answer to the Taft Hartley Law this week in the form of a twin drive a nation wide registration push and an intensified voluntary fund raising Campaign. Produced an Over whelming sen meeting with president Mur to mint m behalf of the Pac Dol Ray the Pac executive Board Jar voluntary contribution Cam sued a statement calling for an Pajgin a army of one million citizen vol meanwhile the progressive unters who will preach the need citizens of America announced a reduction in annual due a to a we have i amp Cov for voting in the Bio eks in which co Najj m be is w i 11 Claret Tut hundreds of thou t Murray said the registration j Sands of citizens who Are opposed a \0 b. Drive would be the a most highly to the present Domestic and for at members of the industries. Milling workers Cio remained solid concentrated Ever conducted in eign policies Are unable to meet in their strike against major Shi. Picketing stopped in Many places with Token pick 0l,r nation. Its doing the Job. These two at mis Camden n. J., shipyard look very comfortable. Federated Pic Pac director Jack Kroll Point Tures r _ j. A Quot ,. A it i Quot a f red out registration of All Cio the 20 in a ueberal. Weekly a Erve Feo As second class matter it Una 30, 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati Ohio under the act of March 3, 1&79. Council elects i Elskamp # de Hellkamp of United Auto workers local 674, was unanimously elected cart a Raj Jajjo greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council wednesday night. He replaces Jerry Maxey who resigned last month when he accepted a full time Law position in Detroit. Hellkamp was the first Secretary of the Council when it was organized in 1937. He served As a Delegate for Many years. He joined Law in 1935 and helped organize the Norwood local Union. When the local was chartered Hellkamp was elected chairman of the bargaining committee and was financial Secretary treasurer of it in Wnm _ from 1937 to 1940. He is now Washington the Cio was Given exactly i0 minutes chairman of the bargaining com week to Tell the House ways and Means committee its Mittee at the Chevrolet Plant. ideas on Long Range tax policies. Delegates installed at the last a $3 dues payment because of High living costs and reduced members and their families would total about 15,000,000 or about 25 per cent of the nation s vote. Murray said a the hoped and believed the Cio International unions will hold National Confer j Knees during the year at which they will devote their time sex j Clu sively to consideration of regi stration and voluntary such a conference of 500 staff representatives of the United steelworkers of America will be held in August. Th-0 p c ured of j a in. U Ald wage cuts follow labor Bill Chicago up �?1undercover wage cutting spurred by the Taft Hartley act is growing in o a 1 to. Solo to devote their la or Day a new arcs Anco shop workers noted Celebration to political action and a marked Rise in speedup and dedicate Laboi Day As Pac Day. Piecework pay Chisling. It said a the Taft Hartley Law vol. 7 no. 13 july in 1947 the old runaround tax group gives Cio 10 minutes. _ _. For instance stewards at the and the record of Congress has Meirose Park Plant o the inter. National Harvester co. Told How management replaced a machine making it possible under the contract to declare a a new method of operations and thus re time Racine up a two the a workers top rate a a re f a a i q 1tn t i was lowered from $25 to $18. Years ago dist Council 8 another Harves a Are. Auto workers Cio set up a he was Cha d from committee to study the housing problem. So effective was its a w h oust a study brings Ling results quota of 53 pieces to 56 pieces in order to earn his base pay study that the outgrowth co-1 f operative Homes assn., has re whether he is a the answer was two of the 10 minutes were two Council meetings Are will a argument a ver Quot he research ont loan it a. O i the Cir was Given 10 minutes communist. Easley local 1870, United steel lather Han 45 originally pro i no a workers Charles Burnett local a Sec 674, United Auto workers Ray another two minutes were de i1 we menu is were i in i. T 1 or j anon i iwo minutes Weie a waste j in a rambling monologue Nind Hall local 765, United voted to a miniature Witch Hunt 1 i a a a ,. I a j t by a committee member on gen electrical radio and machine As chairman Harold Knutson a Era subjects workers Talmadge Zipperer to Minn queried Stanley Rutten a continued on proc 41 Berg Cio assistant director of gently announced virtual completion of a $2 vis to $3 million financing program in which several Large insurance companies of the nation Are participating. The association has already obtained a sub division of land making a Bonus impossible and lowering his wages $10 a week Tiffin up a the entire Day shift at the new general electric Plant Here held a 1-Day stoppage to protest a general cutting of piecework rates ordered by management right alter Murray defies Taft Law ban on political press comment Washington a up a de current election issues and can Ubera Tely violating the Taft Hart Ley acts ban on labor press comment to influence a Federal election the Cio news july 12 featured a Page one Appeal for Baltimore voters to defeat an ant labor candidate for Congress in the july 15 special election there. Pres. Philip Murray who signed the front Page statement recalled that the Taft Hartley act a purports to make it illegal for american working men and women organized into labor or Murray said he would be remiss in his duties As a citizen if a i did not speak and act firmly in support of those vital freedoms which have made America what it is today. The committee was gracious enough to permit the tiling of a fact studded document in which Ruttenberg set Forth Cion a program. It includes income taxes increase personal exemption to relieve Low income groups. Fix exemptions at 2,500 for a married couple $500 for each additional dependent. Plug Legal loopholes which the Rich alone can use. Excise taxes lower to prewar rates work toward elimination of All excise taxes which Are really hidden sales taxes. Corporate taxes a graduate taxes to Aid Small business earn which includes 372 lots upon the Taft Hartley Bill became Law. Which a housing project to be the Plant is under contract to known As Green Crest w ill be the United electrical radio amp a built. Machine workers Cio. Congressman drip Ujj. By y0men sen. Carl a. Hatch a . Has offered an amendment to the Ess an $25,000 a year re Law jointly with son. George Aik-1 enact excess profits tax Levy tax in r. It striking out the ban a pm it not tribute to Stock against a a expenditures by labor a my a washing Tob this week unions in political campaigns but according to the Federated press retaining the prohibition of a icon a a a Denizat ions. To expand their tribute on. Common funds to make their Kermit Eby Cio research director opposed Universal Mili Hatch said the ban on expend tary training telling the House views heard and known in mat Tures a violates Freedom of speech armed services committee it ter it relating to elections for fed a and Freedom of the press and would a further lower our stand Era he pointed out that sen. Rob w o u id a cd i s or i m i n a t e u n f a irly against labor Hatch asserted that the ban on Ert a. Taft to had publicly expend a a Tures denies to labor the1 stated the intent of the Law is Hight la Haiti Cir ate in an elec. To stifle t e Oice o a 01 in Campaign because the Indi political matters and particularly Vida worker m sch docs not to prevent labor from supplying Haye Moncy to donations. Its own publications. Facts meanwhile Solon after Union uni information with respect to a Ard of living already weakened by he asked a Are we urging conscription and a War Economy As a Means of solving unemployment a James b. Carey Cio Secretary treasurer told the Senate subcommittee on health the Cio supports the principle of the National health insurance in the Wagner a continued on Page 7 a few sufi Bce a sep pit �4 labor really a hurts a6ajrst us

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