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The Sun (Newspaper) - June 3, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPublished by the greater Cincinnati 1 in to serial i Noii Council the Sun a Liberal to weekly o w Neil by its header vol. I i no. 4 29 Nimati Olio entered As second class matter june 30. 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2 Ohio under act of March 3, 1879 j line 3, 1919 Senate demands Fri probe in second rather shooting Victor Reuther Detroit la a a Shotgun attack on Victor Reuther education director of United Auto workers Cio in the living room of his Home shocked the country last week and revived speculation on who shot his brother savr a a vent Walter Reuther. Just thirteen months before. In Washington the Senate unanimously passed a Resolution 1 Fri to u Igata Case. Both Brothers narrowly escaped death in their Homes at the hands of an unknown assailant. Doctors at Henry Ford Hospital have announced that they had to remove victors Eye but that he will recover from effects of the six Pellet blast which smashed the right Side of his face. The Resolution to investigate the shooting was introduced by senators Hubert Humphrey a m inn and Wayne Morse a Ore As Well As the two gop Michigan senators Homer Ferguson and Arthur Vandenberg. The senators speculated that the violence May have been the work of communists who Are political enemies of the Reuthers within Law and co. Sen. Vandenberg reminded his colleagues that a Victor Reuther has Only recently returned from Paris where he was acting As a representative of the government of the United states one of the most effective representatives it has had in connection with the the Eca in anti com a. A of Western an Fri investigation was also urged by Cio president Philip Murray and Michigan governor g. Mennen Williams. Williams sent state troopers in to Aid Detroit City and Wayne county police in their investigation. No leading clues have yet been chief j. Edgar Hoover offered Laboratory facilities of the organization but attorney general Tom Clark said that the Justice Dep t can move in Only if a violation of Federal Law is found to be involved. Detroit police have put guards around the Homes of the Reuther families and of All top a awl officials. Cwa wins first round of recognition fight Washington la a the communications workers of America Cio came out victorious last week in the first round of its recognition fight with american Telephone amp Telegraph holding company of the nation wide Bell system. Since Cwa members by a two to one vote affiliated with to Bell system companies All Over the country have been Chai if ing cd As right to represent phone workers. They be been a. The members by Check off air Thori nations want turned Over to Cwa. And the companies have been starting Norb actions to test All Over again Cwa strength among the workers. Ruling on three cases raised by Michigan Bell the regional Norb director declared last week that Cwass joining Cio raises no representation Issue and dismissed the cases. Cwa president Joseph Beirne predicted that Norb officials will take similar action in the it amp to cases. If Bell 1 pushes the cases All the Way to the Board proper that in be a the Tipner Ift Nastov v"1i system is in harassing Quot our Union than in settling the matter on the basis of the facts a a Bierne said. Ohio Cio school is great Success victim of Shotgun attack like that which nearly took the life of his brother Law Cio president Walter Reuther Law education director Victor Reuther is now in a Michigan Hospital. His assailant is still at Large la second labor Man gets Eca top Job t steel contract talks under Way Washington la a Michael Harris formerly a District director of the United steelworkers of America Cio this week was named chief of the economic cooperation administration Mission in Sweden. Since october 1948 Harris has been labor adviser to the Marshall plan Mission in France where his work has been highly praised by French democratic Union leaders As Well As Eca officials. In Sweden hell succeed businessman John h. F. Haskell who resigned last month. Harris is the second Trade unionist to assume a top Eca Post in Europe. Last month John Gross past president of the Colorado federation of labor topic Over the top spot in the norwegian Mission. In 1943 and 1944 Harris was president of the Philadelphia Industrial Union Council As As Usa director. He served in the us army from 1944 until the end of world War ii. Commenting on Harris appointment Clinton Golden and Bert m. Jewell top labor advisers to Eca administrator Paul Hoffman said Quot the Sec Ond appointment of a labor adviser to a Mission chief position signifies the fact that labor is giving More thank Token assistance to the recovery of Europe. American labor has a right to be proud of this appointment and the recognition it negotiations for new contracts Are in full swing according to Ai Whitehouse Usa District 25 director. Talks at the we. Powell valve co., have not yet led to an agreement. It was therefore necessary to extend the life of the contract to june 14, and Union and management have asked James Mac Namara of the . Conciliation service to participate in future negotiations. Progress in reaching an agreement at the aluminium industries has been very slow and 15 meetings have been held with the company thus far without reaching the contract signing stage. This in itself is a record. The contract has been extended for a third time until saturday Midnight and it is hoped that an agreement will be reached in the near future. Strike breaker in uniform a a -�.pt�. It Berlin Railroad workers members of the democratic Berlin federation of labor Ugo a booed this soviet army officers outside a railway station where communist strik Breakers backed by soviet German police attempted to defeat their strike for a living wage. Us and Allied authorities in Western Berlin last week helped Ugo Stop the communist scabs from entering the Western Lone. La spurred by the High rate of Industrial accidents and the increase in unemployment 250 Cio members from All Over Ohio attended the second annual workmen a compensation safety and unemployment compensation school of the Ohio Cio Council. The three Day school held at the Seneca hotel in Columbus on May 26, 27 and 28, Drew a surprising number of delegates representing nearly All of the International unions of the Cio having membership in Ohio. Among the Cincinnati delegates attending the school were Ai Jordan Usa r. G. Chidester Law. Local 674 Oscar karhoff and Norbert Litchfield from local 1858, Usa. William Krippendorf Harold Braun and Irwin Lauck represented local 1861, Usa. Throughout the Long exacting sessions the delegates repeatedly showed their concern at the increase in injuries and unemployment. Their concern was apparent in the questions they shot at their a a professors and in the intent Ness with which they stuck to the i a classroom a the senecas huge ballroom which was Jam packed for the sessions. Laymen expressed his appreciation at the turnout adding that the courses were designed to Point out the complexities and Pitfalls in the Law so students could be of greater assistance to the fellow members injured on the Job or Laid off. Kicking off the first Days course was George h. Thompson supervisor of the claims Section of the Industrial commission. Hammering away at the need for prompt action in Industrial Accident cases Thompson cited cases Loveland Plant votes for act the workers of the relax Wear co., of Loveland Ohio chose the amalgamated clothing workers As their Union and bargaining agent at the Norb consent election held there May 27, Arthur Hartmann associate manager announced. Ben Herman Arthur Hartmann and Joseph sepate of the amalgamated joint Board were assisted in organizing this Plant by ? a shop committee which included Norma Parker. Jennie Myers i Selma Rich and Lou Houser. Where individuals right were lost because claims were not filed within the time limit specified in the statute. Marvin Traxler a labor lawyer from Youngstown dug into the complexities of occupational disease cases and cases in which specific violations of the states safety codes occurred. Pointing out that these safety codes were antiquated and badly in need of re drafting Traxler cited the code for the steel Industry in Force since 1924 without a change despite the almost revolutionary changes in the Industry in those 25 years. David Dayman counsel for the Columbus Cio took the next class devoted to the reopening of claims rehearing appeals and appearances before the Industrial commission. To sharply illustrate the Pitfalls that await the unwary he checked the text of a hearing pinpointing the danger spots. Newman Price Cleveland la continued on pay a 2 be local wins wage increase local 757, United electric workers won a wage increase of 7c for its members after six weeks of negotiations with the Formica company. Members at a mass meeting on May 27 held at Turners Hall voted to accept the 7c increase which was termed the a final offers by the company. It was an increase of 2c Over a previous company proposal which was a voted Down by the Union previously. The contract of the local with Formica was originally signed in 1948 but included a wage reopening clause under which the present negotiations were started it now runs until May 1950. Members of the bargaining committee were Mckinley Davis president of local 7,57 Helen Ferguson chief Steward Mae Rist recording Sec a and chief Steward Luther Richmond and Arvil Chris Well both chief stewards Elmer Kaufmann and William Burton committee members. Lou Torre represented the International at the negotiations and Larry Williams financial Sec a of the local also was present at All meetings

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