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The Sun (Newspaper) - March 7, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe 20 x st of it t n weekly vol. 6 no 20 of a o its o Ltd o is m w i Cir a Mattsf june 30. To the past office at Cincinnati. Amp Urvie term a of March 3, 1379 press behavior1 up Fig n Pittsburgh conference refute times Star March 7, 1917 new York bars a a fool owners a gras most Quot fascistic new York up a the tool t Tou 4 Effort to set up a working owners Union Vas denounced by the new York. Board of stand ads amp appeals last week As the Branch in the state. The 3-Man Board oust pass on establishment of any with the word most a a fascistic organization yet Union m its title. To come to its attention As the Board rejected the Tou s application for permission to do business in new York state. The decision one of the sharpest Ever handed Jown by the Hoard followed hearings last october and november at which representatives if the Al and Cio vigorously opposed the on the basis of testimony developed �1 the hearings the Board declared n it More fascistic organization with All the potential it it for undemocratic action and danger to our Way of life has yet come before the official attention of this Board. The incorporator believe that there is some it Cjanti fued a Page 31 a comment heard Here that if Christ were preaching today he would be denounced and re baited by the times Star seemed borne out by facts emerging from the Pittsburgh conference of the Federal Council of churches. The to issued an alarm on the matter in an editorial a religion and democracy. A disturbing report had come to the paper edited by Hulbert Taft that labor and a leftist groups used the conference a to put across their ideas. The editorial referred to a Large numbers of delegates with leftist ideas and suggested that if Industry and big business were to take More interest in Church affairs there would be less a dangerous thinking passed off in the name of religion. A in this As in All other things affecting our lives Quot said the to a it is up to those who believe in Freedom and democracy to see that they Are preserved. Complaint amazes this All was amazing to labor leaders who Nave heard the complaint from ministers that the dominance of business men on their boards Ami among financial contributors has made it difficult for them to preach outs Okenly. But the facts quickly came out from other sources. Edwin a. Lahey reported in the Chicago daily new s that a according to Charley Taft head of the Federal Council of churches there were at. Least two business executives to every labor Man at the National conference. A yet the labor delegates talked rings around the businessmen and industrialists. A casual visitor to the conference would have concluded immediately that the managerial group was outnumbered five to one by the Whitehouse is cited a.1 Whitehouse director of District 25, United steelworkers was among those mentioned by Lahey As effective labor spokesmen. A particulate and intelligent relating from their own standpoint the moral aspect of such specific issues As prices profits Union Security the guaranteed annual wage monopolies or racial discrimination a significantly it was the same theme on which Christ dwelt so much that infuriated the business leaders the greater importance of human beings than wealth the futility of concentration of wealth. T w o Poss i b i 111 i e s t h e t s a i 1 de to con s i d e i a i \ one that principles motivating organized labor Are More compatible with Christian ideals than those upheld by big Industry and two that democracy does not necessarily consist of agreeing with to views. 1 he Catholic \ ice the Catholic Telegraph Register last week did not share the times Star alarm Over the Pittsburg conference of protestants but rather pointed out that principles were discussed there Long advocated by the Catholic Church. The Telegraph Register said there always is criticism when churchmen raise their voices against economic injustices that a big business resents what they Call intrusion in their strike 56,000 voters of a it Lection books fifty six thousand names have been pulled out of registration files of the Board of elections for failure to vote in the last two years election officials revealed this week. This was cited by Ben Herman Hamilton county Pac chairman As pointing the was to a Job that must be done before this fall s municipal elections. A maybe these citizens who have failed to exercise their right it of ballot a have had enough by Herman said. A it was their failure to vote last fall Here and else where that resulted in the present Congress. Quot apparently they did t think it mattered who was elected. They should know by now How much it mattered. With prices still rising toward new All time records the savings of our working people National Cio school will be in Columbus a. National Educa Nonal conference sponsored by the department of education and research of the Cio will be held in Columbus March 1-3-16, Kermit Eby Cio director of education and, announced this week. Five Hundred delegates from Cio unions in every Section of the country Are expected to attend the four Day meeting. President Philip Murray of the Cio will address the gathering at a luncheon meeting on March 16. The sessions will be devoted to 1 the practical Side of educational work a or. Eby said. A we want to make labor educational work an effective instrument for political and Industrial democracy. The Columbus conference will provide a a Basic training course of labor the sessions will be concerned with practical details on such Aried subjects of the organization of one week summer school courses. Methods to use in. Developing pamphlet material and distributing it to Union and nonunion readers the use of movies and sound filmstrip machines to spread Union educational material to the largest possible number of people development of interesting Agenda for Union meetings specific problem on working with Ether Community groups and programs for educating Union members against All. Forms of intolerance. Teachers at the four Day course w ill be More 100 Union staff expert in a deaf vial problems. Are being swept away. A instead of concerning itself with the critical problems this Situ at Ion presents. Congress is concentrating on destroying the strength of labor unions the one Force battling for continued purchasing Power for the people and the conference will be held at 3gainst the growth of business the Neil House. It will be conducted under the direction of Eby and George Guernsey assistant director of education from the Cio monopoly. A we see congressional leaders striving for a 20 per cent Flat Cut a income taxes which would give great benefits to the weal Applice Ilion for attendance by and virtually none to work tuition Otticia and members May people who Are hard pressed be wired to department of re by risen living costs search and education 718 Jack Herman cited also the fight son place. N. W. Washington a against David Lilienthal s and c. I continued on 21 for the people w Arns recession May be a head w Washington up a prices must come Down and consumer purchasing Power must be maintained. At a High level or else the american Economy faces a recession in 1947, an official government report entitled production Outlook 1947 stated this week. The report was issued by the office of temporary controls and was released by oct administrator Philip b. Fleming and civilian production administrator John c. Houston or. Just what this recession would mean to the workers is shown in the reports estimate that unemployment might reach a a possible High of about 6 million persons in the last Quarter of the Crux of the matter the report says is whether prices which have risen out of line will drop Down or whether there will be a further Rise in those that have climbed slowly. The report concedes the first alternative is the desirable one and thinks it the More Likely. Savings it says a Are Down to what May be regarded As their Normal level and assuming no Large changes in taxes consume Hall 11 ans Boss to keep the fade Washington a up a the real basis of sen Joseph h. Ball s anti labor thinking came out in a speech before the american retail federation Here when Ira said Quot there Are some who think that equal Justice under Law should not apply in Laboi relations. They believe that simply because of the advantage which t n e Era toy or Era e re late o 11 ship gives to the employer government should be a partisan of employees and unions. A that has been the policy of i the new Deal in practice it not i in stated theory. A to align the Tremenda it us Power of government on the Side of one party to the collective bargaining process makes a Complete mockery of free collective bargaining because the other party simply has no Bud wants employers to retain their advantages. Ers expenditures through 1947 should follow income rather but if production and employment is not kept up. The report sees a possible 15% drop in consumer spending by the end of the year. Sonnycalb leaves jail More determined to Aid unionism a i am mate determined than Ever to carry out the principles which i believe in a Emerson Sonnycalb declared upon his release from a 30-Day stay in the county jail. The 30-Day sentence was passed by judge Thomas Morrow who Felt that charges of assault and Battery arising out of a picket line incident warranted the a time in addition to a maximum contempt Fine previously paid for the same incident. And letters to him and came to see him while he was confined. A Nep Jap a this stay has not weakened me in any respect a Sonnycalb said a was far As unionism is concerned. I am that More sure that i must carry on to organize the unorganized and to help pave the Way for a better country for All needless to say i will work very hard to see that we have a Strong be at the a. 1.1 Plant. In a very Happy to be Back with my son. By Calb expressed s i Scere thanks to ail who sent telegrams a 11 de s t ii d Tes run o it a be judge Charles s. Bell has taken under advisement the Case of Waller Reno vice president of local 765, United electrical radio and Mach be workers charged with malicious destruction of property in the Allis Chalmers strike. Reno pleaded not guilty before judge Bell when his Case was heard tuesday. He denied throwing a Brick through the Windshield of an Auto driven by Edward Arinsmeier. A strike breaker. Arinsmeier claimed damage to his Windshield was s1-.50

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