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The Sun (Newspaper) - June 2, 1944, Cincinnati, OhioFriday. June 2. 1�44 the Sun p�9 it Lobor draft denounced by Murray Washington a up a in a detailed criticism of the Brewster Baily Bill s. 1864 which Calls for establishment of forced labor companies in a very Broad labor draft proposal Cio pres. Philip Murray May 25 told a Senate committee that the efforts of All the people can come Only through cooperative understanding democratic participation. After citing praises won by labor for its production Job and attacks on the National service act by the Truman , Murray said there was a no evidence that cooperative methods will not work a to solve the manpower problem. He cited Many cases of mass discharges while the sane employers we Ere soliciting new workers. A strikes cannot be prevented in spite of the most vigorous efforts of Union leadership a Murray said., a if the causes of strikes Are left untouched. Making men soldiers to prevent quits will in crease soldiering on the Job. Look at the. Forced labor in occupied i Murray urged that a before taking any action towards National service legislation you insist on a Complete presentation of manpower information. Such informant Ion should Deal among other things with probable approach-1 ing cutbacks which May release hundreds of thousands of work a Eis in a Short time if the approaching invasion meets with rapid Success. Murray recalled that a year ago military chiefs said a disaster would result if compulsory work legislation were not immediately passed a he pointed out that no disaster occurred. They sing As Well Fis work gop tie up with Readi onary democrats seen in Texas Al sly la. fit the Long Situu Rizig Phil of Lee Pappy o Daniel Ami the a Hristian Ametti a to unite wifi i an Arifi Loose Vel porn Garifi burst out into the open Here when i to Dariol form s captured control of Ilie a trite i Lent or a tie aug a on edit Ion. Trampling Down the Strong pro a Federated Ives these United electrical radion st Machiner workers Cio beauties were part of the cast of a Vive Manana Quot musical comedy put on by the Union members at Lynn mass. Search for Best Wor plonk dad is started greater Cincinnati so War Plant chairman of the Junior chamber a dad will be chosen in a contest contest committee said endorsed by the War manpower i participation in other War sup commission John Baker area i porting activities such As the War Rector said this week. Bond program blood doing etc., the War Plant dad who has will score heavily contributed most to the War of a a the search is a Good morale fort is sought by the Junior builder a or Baker said. A it will be found that Many hard working chamber of Commerce. The Winner will be a father who has a son or daughter in the men also have found time for a full program of Aid to the War of a gels too Horti air he o tosses then Ai Gern ions new York up it a the wilted aryans of Hitler Dom who have been living on a steady diet c f bombs for months found something new on their menu one Day stale bagels. Server of the jewish doughnuts was capt Arthur Isaac a member of the hotel amp restaurant employees International Al Liance Law to wears three distinguished flying crosses and the air medal w Ith three clusters for 24 bombing missions Over Germany. Isaac is pretty proud of the fact that he is probably the Only airman Ever to drop a Load of bagels Oyer Germany. The bagels sent to him by his Ino ther Wernst fit to eat but just hard enough to make some nazi sees stars. Military service. The entrant fort through other activities and must have an excellent attend should serve to encourage others Ance record in the War Plant in who have not been so Active or which he is employed for the year who have been g guilty of Absentee which ended May 15, f. A. Coy ism to follow suit a Avery asks million civil action faced damages of Poper by big wire firm religion Congress is backed by labor det Roit a f up a the forthcoming Peoples Congress of applied religion is co Ming Nihro ugh the preparatory stage w Ith Power ful labor in Dorset it the Rev. Claude Williams director of the Peoples Institute of applied religion announced this week. The International executive Board of the United Auto workers Cio voted its endorsement of the Congress to be held in Detroit july 22-24, at its Minneapolis quarterly Sessio n. At Atlanta the delegates from eight Southern states to the United Cannery agricultural packing amp Al the same effect following the example of the influential Southern conference on human welfare. The Wayne county Detroit Cio Council has also endorsed the Congress. Williams is Industrial chaplain of the presbyterian Church operating in the Detroit area in an attempt to combat fascist activity among workers. His method is to provide the Many part time shop preachers with progressive social doctrine based on the scriptures a Hundred of his disciples both from the shops a and from the sharecropper country in the South where he worked before coming to Detroit a year ago have signed the Call for the conference to be joined by 100 labor men and women w to recognize the fascist threat to labor unions in this country. New York a up a the Cable co., which got off w Ith a $10,000 Fine last year for Selling defective the w Eek s laugh Chicago a Sewell Avery $100,000 head of Montgomery Anaconda wire amp Ward has taken Lime out from his Alghi against the govern ment to Lake on a newspaper owner suing Marshall Field owner of wire to the government is in hot the Liberal dailies. Pm and the w ate again. Chicago Sun for $1,000,000. Phi government filed a civil i he claims he was damaged firm in Federal that extent by articles in the j ,. A Sun entitled Sewell Avery is. Charging Anaconda i the Avery has placed using schemes tricks de suits against several other Public. Vices and s subterfuges in connect cations w hich discussed the re Tion with the production of wire cent controversy in a manner Dis. Between 1940 and 1942 at its in pleasing to him. Among this is Diana Plant and making and us one for $1,000,000 against thing a numerous false vouchers spotlight mimeographed paper certificates affidavits and de Posi put out by United retail. Whole a tons a the government is seek Sale and department stores e m ing several i ill Ion dollars in ploys Union. Cio. A damages. Mister Wiley should know from an enquirer editorial titled a a Quot class s i us Glen and devoted to alarm Over gov. Brick Era a report that Cio who did spend $5,000,000 on to Hiscal action a it is an axiom of politics that Large contributions Are not made for nothing. A editor Wiley of the enquirer one of Many anti Roosevelt dailies Suppo f Ted by countless millions in advertising revenues is a of i Quot mer chamber of comi Merce president. Ros Vellanti men in Texas the o Davie dominated Convent Ion chose a group of electors depriving the preside it of 2.�?~1 votes in the event of a close elect Ion loss of the Voles might mean blocking a Clear majority for any candidate in the electoral c Llego throwing the elec11 on i n i o i Fie House of r11 a a 11-sentatives. Splits party o Daniel s coup split the demo Era in party in Texas wide open pro Hoose tit delegates who Ero wed into the s mall con \ in Tion Hall found o Daniels follow ers already in the Saddle. I it a spic Sously in charge of the meeting were Yance Muse and Val Sherman leaders of the Caa. After a bitter clash the 600 pro Roosevell delegates adjourned to another Hall where they elected delegates to the National de or i cratic convention pledged to support pres. Roosevelt. On departing from the of Daniel c o n v in t i o a Roose be 11 d e 1 e g it is declared a we did not Boh the democratic party we left the Republican even before the convention mrs Roosevelt de Gates were aware that republicans and native fascists had plan oed to take 0 her the state democratic party by gaining control of the county a invention delegates. Everett l. Looney chairman o f the Travis county democratic convention which instructed for Roose Elt charged May 17 that the real purpose of the a a a most Rue Ted delegations to Chicago Quot promotes a is to choose 21 Roosev Shatri As ele Toiv who will vote for Republican tie up Looney revealed that the Leader of the uninstructed forces at the Houston democratic Peotr Niju Convent pm a was throwing out All the Roo sex the supporters at the same time his la w partner a it As presiding Ever the Republican convention a t san Antonio he said a one of gov. John a b no lifers hosts when he recent he visited Texas is the Leader of the soca lied uninstructed at Foit Worth he said a the Host of former gov. Harrij Wood ring of Kansas in his recent anti Roosevel drive in Texas Wras the Leader their a Quot in inf True Ted grow All Over world 70 million members now w Ofierr j. Lath Befi Assi it ont rotary of the Loewe ratites of lls4., a rate the Toff Pming Ort tit or it there step press. The co Ops have come through trial by fire�?190 years of it. On dec. 21 it will be 100 years since _2 8 weavers in the textile town of Rochdale England opened a drab Little Sto re on. Toad . Competing merchants hired some of the Bobbin boys from the same Mills to stand outside and jeer As the Coop members came in to buy their flour sugar tallow and Salt. In t he 100 years that have followed. Profit business Little and big. Has i l red to drive o it the co Ops. Trusts and combines have tried to kill the co Ops by Price w ars a the consumer owne is calmly bought the goods their enemies were Selling w Cost and t Hen reopened for business when the prices went Back up. Press lords in England staged malicious attacks to get their workers to Boycott the co Ops the resulting publicity brought in thousands of new members. Competitors forced Manu fact users to refuse to Supply the co Ops so the co Ops started factories of their own. Oil interests threat med to Cut off sources of Supply the co its Buiji and bought refineries built pipelines and drilled their own Wells. Today a i o up of self appointed prophets of profit Enterprise have organized the National tax Equality association and Are raising a Large w a Chest to attack the United states cooperatives on t he legislative front. Foremost objective of the organization is to lax the savings which coops return to their members. Slowly in the Early years and rapidly of late the co Ops kept growing. Today consumer co opera lives have nine million members in great Britain and have become the biggest b a shyness in the a tight Little in the scandinavian countries the co Ops Are famous As Trust bus leis and serve one third of the population. Ten million people Are members of co Ops in China i in i i 11 too a m i 1 ies Ai e members of consumer cooperatives throughout the world. Today to o and one half million Tam lilies in the u. S. Do three quarters of a billion dollars a or the of business a year through Pineir consumer cooperatives. Most of these co Ops we re started by Farmers and White Collar and professional people but 130 Coop stores and service stations and a couple of Hundred credit a Nio is have been organized Union men. The Al Cio and Railroad brother hoods have All endorsed co operatives and the in item Auto worker Cio has set up its own constr no r division. One of its jobs to help organize cooperatives. The first 100 of the co pc alive movement w Ore the Harde is. A is the coi Ops swing into their second Century i i Iron More will join or organise their o in Coop a As part of t his i a Peoples business Quot in which the consume i Mem Bers re n Anel run their own enterprises and reap the advantages of non profit business. Janus Myers industries serie tary of the Federal Council of churches be Centy said that labor a Douai put a thousand organizers into the Field to tip organize ,<p.�?~�., a e in before that Day comes any Union Man for woman of any consumer anywhere tan join two and Rie half million a in Bors and Pul is Sho Ukler to the wheel to Hrip make Thi. Next 100 years a it of Coati a a Ottury

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