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The Sun (Newspaper) - June 20, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe sum a Liber air u 7 it Al 29 \ v a Vav 4 in a a m \ Quot. 4 \ 1, 879�?T vol. 7 no. 9 s it in industrialist warns capital to Quot muzzle anti labor Nam �0 a due 20, 1947 Chicago the warning which labor has been voicing to the people of America that National association of manufacturers leadership is threatening democracy came with equal strength this week from quite a different source. Capitalists were warned by Cyrus Eaton Cleveland banker and industrialist to a a muzzle a the Nam and radically change their attitude toward labor. His warning was in an article i a a capitalist looks at labor a in the University of Chicago Law review. A let no businessman a he said a be so naive As to believe that restrictive legislation will be any 1 More effective in bringing about Industrial har Mony than the volstead act was in discouraging drink he charged capitalists with willingness even eagerness to invite collapse of our economic system a for the sole purpose of thwarting a labor a he said a not Only produces the goods and consumes a Large part of them labor also has the at another Point he declared a capital cannot survive without the support of Eaton forecast a coalition of labor and Farmers with an expansion of manufacturing and Selling cooperatives As a reply to capitalists if they continue on their present labor gets Boh Lorre minute move to knife unions y both Taf Hartl and Van Aken anti Union Bills Ohio unions have received both barrels of a legislative blast one the Federal Taft Hartley Bill and the other the Columbus All of Ohio caption of sen. Jackson Dof. Stand and appreciate the mood j state Van Akell Bill. Both Are filled with provisions which 1 Ahnor this week was Urenn i Youngstown to recommend it a which impels this com Muriel would Lead to Industrial strife and efforts at Union busting Wem top. Tion a said Jack Kroll Ohio Cio As the to went to press news still was awaited As to # president in a last minute let whether president Truman would sign or veto the Taft three members of t e Ler to gov. Herbert seeking his Hartley Bill and As to whether gov. Thomas Herbert would gov. Thomas Herbert to veto the Van Aken anti labor Bill which was slipped through the legislature at the last minute under the leadership of sen. Fred g. Reiners of Cincinnati. Gov. Herbert bad announced no decision As the Sun went to press. While a guard blocked the door of the Senate clerks office last saturday the mimeograph machine inside ran of a substitute Van Aken Bill which the legislature was not permitted to see or any member of labor until minutes before the Bill was brought up for a fast steamroller vote to passage in the Early hours of sunday morning. The vote for the ant labor Bill in the Senate was 20-12, and in the House 73-42. The Bill was rewritten in a Star chamber session by a committee headed by sen. Reiners. Labor pleaded for a Chance to read the new Bill a plea that was quickly turned Down. That committee voted with the single sex out. Only committee had had an opportune personal intervention with the Ity to study the Bill. On the floor legs nature. Have spent a life sen. Reiners amazed the gallery Alcor movement. I by donning the Robe of labor s a ave spent Long years in the Friend and persuading the sen state of Ohio it it Gad for those sign or veto the Van Aken Bill. The leadership which put across both Bills came from Cincinnati. Sen. Robert a. Taft was the moving Force behind the Federal Bill while state senator Fred Reiners was at the Helm in Columbus when the Van Aken Bill was rushed ale to approve the measure. The j us w0 have some understand through at the last minute More boisterous House noted the a h for the re Rah a m x m i in and sensitivity for the prob of Truman vetoes the Taft Hartley Bill he must act by lems and needs four people Friday the House is almost sure to override his veto. The to observe the legislature which on y Hope then will be in the possibility that enough Sena measure through with no pretence of labor Friendship. As finally passed the Van Aken Bill was somewhat of a mystery to most members of the legislature who Only understood that it was meant to hit unions. The substitute measure provides Union treasuries Are open to too often appears to have been motivated by hysteria and indic Riveness a legislature too eager to respond to the pressures of the few. 120.000 join v j tors will change their votes to prevent a two thirds in the Senate. A Herbert veto of the Van Aken Bill would end that matter for the time As the legislature has adjourned. If it is not vetoed its constitutionality is certain to be challenged As it apparently is contrary in some respects to decisions already handed Down by the United states supreme court. President Truman a veto of congresses tax reduction Bill which would have Given great benefits to the wealthy and Little to Low income families was hailed by Philip Murray harassing Law suits p o 1 i t i Elk w action contributions Are attacked to protest rally strikes for Call in pay Severance pay and even vacation pay Are a new York up a the Pound Cio president As an important step in preserving the Sta thrown in doubt constitutional a of 120,000 pairs of Cio feet j ability of the Economy. The House upheld the veto. Murray right of assemblage is attacked through mid Manhattan streets called for a Long Range tax program designed to meet the through still uninterpreted Limi beat out the protest of workers needs of government and the people nations on picketing control Over Here against the Taft Hartley 1 company stooges lurking within Bill june 10. A Bona fide Union is made More difficult financial statements de Council delegates wire Cov. Herbert meat soars above Black Market Price in a Parade estimated by Veteran observers to be one of the j every Delegate present at this signed to Burden locals with exp largest Ever held by the Cio in weeks meeting of the greater Jessive paper w Ork Are required j new York workers marched in Cincinnati Industrial Union coun in the act other Booby traps in solid ranks for hours. Then signed the mass Telegram this Bill Are still under Legal they swarmed into giant Madison Send wednesday night to Gover so. Garden and packed the streets j nor Herbert asking his veto of around to hear Cio pres. Philip the Van Aken anti labor Bill Murray mayor William o Dwyer and other labor and religious leaders denounce the slave labor Bill. Study. Wide Hope that you under earlier this week Council wired the governor urging him to veto the revised anti labor Bill new York up a meat prices a re reaching for the sky again t foretaste of what a in store for food prices All along the line. A those soaring prices spell trouble ahead and a terrific squeeze on Consumers a a spokesman for farm research told Federated press As retail meat prices were reported rising from 10% to 20% in cities throughout the nation. Pres. Jack Kranis of the Natl. Meat Industry Council admitted that meat prices were a higher than they were in the Black Market during the Days of the Price for beef on the Hoof is now 2812c a Pound compared with 18c or 19c under opa controls and 21c on the Black Market. One Factor behind the new spurt in meat prices is an estimated 20% shortage in meat supplies. This was predicted last year by labor and consumer spokesmen who warned then that the lifting of Price controls would afford Only temporary artificial Relief which would be followed by a really severe meat shortage. Another Factor is the foreign Export of meat and the steadily worsening food shortage abroad. Although less than 3% of the nations meat production goes abroad meat wholesalers Are counting on the needs of starving europeans to drive up prices generally. A some of them Are withholding meat from Market on the expectation that prices will continue to go up a farm research told up a and of course those who can discount the Rise ahead Are Selling increased feed costs Are also forcing meat prices up and the rampaging floods and droughts which have been hitting the . Grain producing areas will mean even higher feed prices up was informed. Prices on cheese Are likewise going up and increases on almost every Basic food item Are also in the wind farm research a spokesman said adding a it looks like a bad year ahead with plenty of pressure on the workers purchasing which was rushed through the Ohio legislature for passage Early sunday morning. Council also wired All Cio locals Here asking them to Send protests to governor Herbert. Delegates from United electrical radio and machine workers local 768 described the situation at Lodge and Shipley where their members Are now in the ninth week of strike. They asked Aid from Council and its affiliated unions for the striking workers. Ancil Bryson local 757, be was sworn in As a new Delegate to Council. To rent control is near Legal grave Washington up a hous ing and rent controls were moved a bit closer to the Legal grave june 17 As the House voted 163 to 73 to accept the conference report on the Buck Wolcott Bill leaving the measure up to the Senate and then pres. Truman. Major features of the Bill Are 1. An end to almost All controls on construction under the veterans emergency housing program of 1946. 2. Decontrol o4 rents on new structures conversions and units rented for the first time. 3. A provision allowing landlords a 15% increase in rent if they succeed in signing up tenants to leases extending into 1949 of later. 4. Complete end of All Federal rent control by mar 1. 1948
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