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The Sun (Newspaper) - July 22, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati sum a Liberal weekly keeping workers Happy dept. Published by the c a catch Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio every week with exception of last week of july and the Issue preceding labor Day entered As second class matter june 30, 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under the act of March 3, 1079. Editor. George h. Wartenberg or. Office. 205 e. 6ih st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. ,.garfield 2550 executive Board William Black Walter Grainger William Brenner Edward Hellkamp Arthur Hartmann Ray Sowder James Mclendon John Dehner Talmadge Zipperer James Rogers Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman Philip Parr George Grigsby Wilfred Porter Rollin Silver Max Sein John sink John Case Ernestine Locknane r. W. Schellenberg Nathaniel Jordan Hugo Clug and James Wigbell. Subscription. A 00 per year 4hd mid True take these men for your example. Like them remember a Prosperity can Only be for the free that Freedom is the in m we gun of those alone what a h a Oura to i r Fendt. A a a ."5. A a a pm Register Register Register the Industrial Union Council started its political action Campaign this year with a rousing meeting on monday night. It was a warm and uncomfortable evening but in spite of this the meeting was attended by about 250 people who Hadnot just come to hear speeches but were rain to go to work on our first and Foremost of registration. Both Rollin Everett and Jacob Clayman expressed no doubts As to How our people would vote but Only that they would vote at a a suggestion by Robert j. Davidson regional Cio director deserves attention. He suggested a Chain registration. Each Cio member should first see that he himself is eligible to vote and then take a member of his family of voting age or a Friend or neighbor to Register. Such action would double or triple our voting strength Anu might Well turn out to be the decisive Factor in the City Council elections this year and in the congressional elections next year. Quot As Pari of our Economy drive remove All wafer coolers from the Church festival will help to build school Rev. George Lamott pastor our lady of Lourdes Westwood announces the annual summer festival will be held on the school grounds Glenway and Lourde this saturday and sunday july 22nd and july 23rd. One of the Many features will be the inspection of the new school which is nearing completion for the fall term starting in september. An Ultra modern school cafe Teria has been installed which is one of Ohio a most modern. A Ham or Chicken dinner will be served in the cafeteria on sunday Only. There will also be variety Booths rides for children and games. The proceeds will be applied to the building fund for the new school. A. A. Hessling is the general chairman. The House has passed a fur Labelling Bill requiring furriers to Call a Rabbit a Rabbit. Now How about a Bill requiring Dixie rats to be called Dixie rats president says Economy is sound but needs fair Deal Down to Bedrock went president Truman in his midyear economic message to put the Basic Issue before the people. Said the president Quot Are we going to admit that the forces of Progress in our Economy have become so feeble that we must Content ourselves with lower Levels of education health and housing International and Domestic Security and National development Quot or Are we going to move toward making cur Economy As Strong and productive As our resources and skill permit and adopt the programs which Are consistent with that kind of Economy and necessary for its attainment Quot i propose that we follow the latter course.1�?T or. Truman said our Economy is Strong but that rising unemployment is a danger. He called for an anti depression program As a safeguard and urged a 20% increase to $300 billion in National production. His earlier proposals for tax raises and stand by controls were not renewed. From Congress the president turned to the people and outlined his economic policy in a nation wide radio address. He lashed the selfish interests who obstruct the fair Deal and sabotage Progress under a smoke screen of Economy. On thursday last week or. Truman ordered government outlays stepped up in areas where unemployment is greatest. Signs of the times the Republican party has announced the establishment of a five Man committee to decide whether the party should have principles in the 1950 election and in Hopkin ton mass., a Man recovered his eyesight after 18 years of total blindness. A a the 13 american newsmen killed in the plane crash in India were insured for $10,000 each while the publicity Man on the flight was insured Foi $40,000. Washington publicity agents now have the task of sliding the item on to their Bosses desks and at the same telling All by done to think they re four times As Good As a reporter. John pot a Al Cartel lawyer appointed to the Senate by new Yorkus governor Tom Dewey to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of senator Robert Wagner has his Halo somewhat battered these Days. Picked by Dewey As his Quot Secretary of state Dulles tried to sneak on to the top ranking Senate foreign relations committee. His Senate colleagues reminded him politely but firmly that freshmen Are freshmen even though they Are almost secretaries of state appointed by almost pres dents. They just can to believe it happened. A a governor Dewey incidentally appointed Dulles to the Senate within a week after the vacancy occurred. Dewey was Able to make this appointment himself. No step however has been taken to let the voters fill the vacancy caused by the death of rep. An Drew Somers d who died april 6. A a a attorney general Bolivar e. Kemp of Louisiana appearing before the Senate judiciary committee in opposition to civil rights legislation told the committee that the measure would Lead to Quot the russian Way of life and that soviet Premier Joseph Stalin was Able through Quot nationalization of civil rights to gain absolute control Over the russian people. In South Russia that is. Congressman Dolpp by y0men a or Ohio Utility rotes Are higher than Kentucky s Fth or met nos Mil must Walt i to my by Rollin he a Everett in Cincinnati the Consumers of Gas must pay increased Bills As a result of the rulings of the Ohio Public utilities commission under the system of rate setting provided in the Ohio Law. At the same time the similar commission in Kentucky is ordering rates in Covington already As Low or lower than those of Cincinnati reduced or at least for the company to show Why they should not be reduced. But up in col urn bus the Postle Waite Bill which would have revised Ohio a rate setting machinery was killed by a voice vote in a Swift parliamentary Man Euver. This was after Hamilton county republicans Hoffman and Rolf had helped keep the Bill bottled up in committee dec Pite efforts of Hamilton county democrats Tobin and Collins and others to get it out for a Roll cell vote. Then Carl Rich Leader of the Republican Council m a j o r i t y started trumpeting in a press release that the democrats killed the Postlewaite Bill. It is True that a few democrats joined with the most of the re publicans to kill the Bill. None of those democrats was from Hamilton county. And so far As i can find no Republican from Hamilton county did anything Al any time on behalf of the Poselle Waile Bill and this Effort to save the Consumers of Hamilton county and the rest of the re ate millions of dollars in Gas. Electric and Telephone rates. That a what i mean when 3 say the local Republican organization talks from both sides of its Mouth. Republican councilmen voted for my Resolution endorsing the Postlewaite Bill full Well knowing their Brothers in the legislature would help to kill it. Rich deplores what he terms my attacks on Utility profits. 1 done to know just Why Rich has appointed himself the protector of the Utility profits but he knows full Well that my attack is on excessive profits. The Republican organization As such always is and always has been on the Side of the utilities. That is Why they Are so bitterly opposed to the fact finding commission which i proposed and the charter majority adopted. The one thing these utilities does not want is a Clear statement of fact from an unprejudiced body. The injury to the City is not just the injury to individual payers of Gas and electric Bills. The injury also is to the City itself in Competition with other cities for new industries and business. And this affects jobs and pay rate in Cincinnati. So labor and business have a joint interest in seeing that we get Low Utility rates

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