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The Sun (Newspaper) - March 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe i press behaviour is an enquirer the enquirer last week angled its Presentay of the passage by City Council of an anti i o e ordinance in an Effort to deliver credit to publicans Labelling it a Victory for mayor Stewart Victory smoke screen a Liberal Weh \ v entered As second to 1944 at the Post Ott. I or o. Under a the act it i. 1879. Vol. 6 no. 21 March 11, 1947 to those Vjio knew anything of the inside of the fight to get effective smoke legislation that was twisting the facts into reverse. The facts Are that councilman Albert d. Cash Chart Erite has led the fight for five years in an Effort to get enacted an ordinance requiring Burn says Congress ignores real peril of nation alarm Over congresses proc Are threatened. Millions still it Carey brought the greetings of curation with an attack upon need even the guarantee of a Philip Murray. Cio president organized labor instead of upon decent minimum wage and thanked Cincinnati for give the critical problems facing the a these Are the things that ing Kroll As the National fac nation was expressed Here this Reed legislation and not Laws to director. He told of tie import week at a dinner honouring Jack destroy Union Security unless Ance of Knoll a a work. Nion dial Itka of National Pac director. It of want to Chain Kroll Jacob Potofsky presi Potofsky pointed out t h e Dent of amalgamated clothing peaceful relations Between 1500 workers of America and James clothing employers and the Carey National co Secretary amalgamated under Industry warned against the March Back wide bargaining which sen. Ball Ward being executed by the v ants to outlaw present Congress. J a let sen. Ball study that re the dinner at the Netherland lation ship if he is genuinely in Plaza was in recognition of Kroll s Long service to the labor movement As a National officer of act manager of the Cincinnati joint Board amalgamated clothing workers and in his present important Post. Potofsky likened Congress to a doctor concerning Tiu self with a pimple caused by a stomach disturbance while a patient is ill with serious maladies. Terestea in labor peace Quot Potofsky challenged. A of course some of the younger unions still lighting for acceptance Are a Little rambunctious at times. Jack Kroll and i were rambunctious once Kroll was described by the act president is a a pillar of strength in our Union a True disciple of the teachings of Sidney Hillman. Praise also was accorded Kroll a through his efforts More Citi-1 zins will Register and vote Quot Carey said. A and As the result we will win a More responsive Congress. We Are called names but if there is anything in american about that i would a like to know what it ing of Low volatile Coal except for mechanical stoking. The first fight was lost As the Republican including mayor Stewart scuttled the st. Louw Type ordinance. But this time the charter committee mustered All its civic resources and organized one it it the greatest exhibitions of Public demand Evec seen in Cincinnati. V political Dop Esters listed Stew Art and majority Leader Gradison against the ordinance in Early phases. Councilman Gordon Scherer was seen As the Lone Republican Friendly to it and it author Stively is reported that he took a Tongue lashing from Stewart and Gradison for his position. But the uprising of Public opinion threw fear into the ninth Street gop Bosses that the Issue might mean the loss of this Falls Council manic election. They were not willing that their councilmen vote for the Cash ordinance so they resorted to an old trick. Mayor Stewart presented an ordinance the Backbone of w hich was composed of the Cash provisions. Even in arguing for the Ord Ance Stew Art expressed the Opin a Ion that Cincinnat ians w Ould be us appointed in it As an Indica Man. Mated Kroll to it Gold the More than 300 persons attending the dinner that a for �723.90. Net alter Jan a Quot a a st,on8l> h a Ioa y he was doing the work he loved deduction of withholding and Kkt As a a rare privilege accorded to any Oiher taxes was received last it passed Council 8 to 1, coun the Success of Amalga week by Charles Cole member j Cilman Jesse locker Republican Lay in the efforts and local 757, United electrical Ai Guing the Pilici volatile Coal w Ould penalize poor people. Cd a a i Jar la replied that the higher heat Content of Low volatile Coal would offset the higher Cost and that it was the Low income people who suffer most from the smoke nuisance. Sacrifices that were made by its t radio and machine workers from a Philip Murray tried for i by Noah Davis head of the As months last year to prevent a Socia Ted clothing Industry of Cin steel strike Pozoisky Aid. The Cannati who foresaw continued Union was willing to accept gov Mutual benefits under such Leader a mint fac finding but Indus Reship As that Given by Kroll. Try w As not. Industry was inter-1 Arthur Hartmann assistant act manager Here was Toast master. He introduced Many representatives of labor and civic life in Cincinnati each of whom spoke briefly in Praise of out the problems. But the steel t a a Quot.4u i Kroll. Mark Kroll. Kroll s son ested first in having guaranteed higher prices and profits. A labor wanted peace and Security was ready to Compromise and sit around the table to work was one of the speakers. Lewis decision threatens All unions with govt Force labor lawyers say Industry struck against the people and government just As. The packing Industry subset j Quentlyn struck to break opa. Labor was Given All the blame. A we believe in Industry Mak j ing profits. But the profits won were unconscionable. The Wel 1t� _. New York 11 pm the . Supreme court Tare and Security of the people. R t. To decision against John l. Lewis and the United mine workers Al is packed with Legal dynamite against All of organized labor a Federated press spot Check with prominent labor lawyers Here showed March 7. In statements to up the lawyers who represent Al and Cio International and local unions unanimously agreed that the decision smashed a key part of the Norris Laguardia act and was a shocking attack on unionism. Their viewpoints follow Samuel j. Cohen the decision is another unfortunate instance of a hard cases making bad the entire purpose of the Norris Laguardia anti injunction act is thwarted if a flagrantly improper injunction must be obeyed while an Appeal is being taken. From the viewpoint of labor this is the equivalent of fiddling while Rome Burns. The result under such procedure would be not to press Rve but to destroy the status quo. It is Clear that this violates both the letter and spirit of the anti Junction Law. Nathan Witt the 5 to 4 decision holding that the Norris Laguardia act does no to apply to the government is the most incredible phase. What we have always fought against is government by injunction. The whole fight for passage of the Norris Laguardia act stemmed principally from the fact that it was the government which was getting those strike breaking injunctions starting with the famous Debs injunction Back in 1894. Emil Schlesinger a very shocking decision. To an extent government by injunction has been reintroduced into la Boi management re members in the Days w Hen it was necessary to 5>e rambunctious he said. He recalled How Many in the audience formerly had braved Zero weather on picket lines privations for their families and other hardships a to win the rights of free men and his greatest help Kroll said came from the a courage and understanding of my w mrs. Kroll w As by his Side at the speakers table and was introduced. Kroll also praised Hartmann and the local act staff for providing the leadership Here which made it possible for him to go to his National task. The Formica co. The Union won it for him in arbitration of a Job study and reclassification. Some will go to the missus some for a new stove and it All will come in mighty Cole Slid. A sinister indeed was Case Story w a sinister strikes Quot was the head a have been futile that More was put this week on an editorial discussing the 14-month j. I. Case farm equipment co. Strike by the United Auto workers which has just been settled. The Enqu Nec used All the old arguments which if True would mean All labors strike struggles lost to the workers and Community than Ever will be regained. It added that a we wont say there was something More than. Met the Eye. But if some foreign ideologists Quot Etc. The facts Are that the Case strikers were seeking something considered vital by All american unionists some form of Union Security a contract that a Ould put the company on record As intending to enter and continue in genuine collective bar lations. It w As never the intention of Congress j gaining on a continuous basis is to exclude the government when it passed the j the Way to Industrial peace. The Norris Laguardia act because it w As Well aware j enquirer sees the quest As a sin of the whole history of government use of the injunction for example the Debs Case and the 1924 Daugherty injunction against the railway showmen. The net result of the decision is that we re Back to the Days when employers can use the courts to break strikes. The whole fight for the Norris Laguardia act has lost its Force and significance. Co i own program Abc network 6 43 pm 1st every saturday Check your lock i station for exact Tima a 11surefire99 show says variety Leonard Boudin Only two members of the court Frank Murphy and Wiley Rutledge were lawyers enough and Brave enough to decide the Case in accordance with w Ell settled principles of Lawr and the realities of labor relations in the Coal Industry. It was perfectly Clear that Congress never intended to exempt the government from the Norris Laguardia act and it was equally Clear that in this Case the government was not the employer in the usual sense but we As merely a custodian. Sam Shapiro the decision is very disastrous for labor. Although the Truman government seized the mines under its War Powers w Ith the kind of Congress we have now they May very easily pass legislation authorizing the government to seize property under almost any a a emergency conditions. Then in the event of a strike movement the government could use that Power to smash the strikes. The court has Given a very effective weapon to a government that would be anxious to break labor and our government seems to be moving in that direction. but the really sinister thing the enquirer failed to report was the manner in which the resources of the american government and Treasury w As used to defeat the Union in its quest for Security. The financial statement of the company show s an operating loss of $416.854 for the year ending oct. 31, 1946, but because of the infamous carry Back tax provisions there w As refunded to the company $1,900,000 from previously paid excess profits taxes that meant a net profit for the company of $1,483.145 enjoyed while sitting Idle refusing to bargain with Law on the question of Union Security. The carry Back provision Theo uti Cally was intended to protect companies against losses in reconversion. Actually it w As i vicious encouragement to them to pick a fight with unions secure in the knowledge they would suffer no financial loss. There might have been a different Story at the j. A. Case co. Had the strike meant sacrifices for the company As Well As for the workers

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