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The Sun (Newspaper) - March 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioMgt 4 the Sun the Sun congressman Dolpp by women a Liberal weekly published by the greater one in nut i Industrial Inion Lun Nril Cio Forte to As Socoro c ssi Mailer june to 9j4 at the pcs of fico a i Cincinnati a or o under so act of a arc a. 879 editor ,., Holly a m. Eveiett office306 Bell Block 606 Vine st. Cincinnati 2. Ohio Telephone. Main 48 3 executive Board a1 Jordan. Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman Jerry Maxey John Dehner Arthur Hartmann Wail ter Grainger George Grigsby Willis Wilder. Isaac Bradshaw Wilfred Porter Max Sien Hugo Klug James Wigbell Clarence Rau Ray Sowder Earl Davis Nathaniel Jordan. Subscription .52.00 per year. How to attain Industrial peace Good advice on How to attain Industrial peace was Given Here this week at a dinner to Honor Jack Kroll amalgamated clothing workers Leader and National Cio Pac director. Unfortunately it probably will not be heeded. Jacob inf Omny act president and Kroll advised that sen. Ball and his fellow wreckers should study the Industrial history of act and the clothing Industry. The clothing workers waged their bitter strikes when they were struggling for recognition. They won the strikes and the Industry came to know that it was better to sit Down around a collective bargaining table to genuinely accept the Union. Problems now Are settled by Industry wide bargaining not strikes. Many another Union now is just at the stage that the clothing workers were years ago. They Are battling for life and recognition against hostile industrialists. The most tragic thing that can occur is for government to encourage Industry in the thought that unions can be weakened and broken. Industrialists already hostile to collective bargaining Are going to put off acceptance of it As Long a is they Hope for congressional Aid against unions. But if our Industrial relations Are not solved by genuine collective bargaining inevitably there will again be wage cutting layoffs and depression. Then in the midst of disaster it will be government which will determine wages and hours. Ltd it of it i m not against unions its what they do for labor that office workers underpaid ins. Agents May Call a state wide strike the la hails �lrb2-yr ruling the Norb has recently delivered an. Important decision formerly it had always been the policy of the Board to consider h contract Between a Union and is company to be no bar to election alter one year urges it was the custom in the Industry u enter into conflicts for longer periods. In Short if a steel Union signed a two year contract with a company and at the end erf a year another Union filed a Peti Tion for an election under the old Boa. I a policy the contract aforesaid would not bar a new c k it Ion. However recently the Board held that such a for Quot twi a years even though not i accordance with the practice of the Industry would be Good for the two years and would bar i i boards entertaining any other t Lection petition during the two year period. This obviously will be a stabilizing Factor in labor relation v. And prevent constant organizing and elections among competing unions. Both companies and unions arc entitled to at least two years Security in bargaining relations. The Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Loans on Homes Beer Theca be 3.2%�?$2.60 6%�?$3.10 the to take Home win soft i inks mixer open evenings Gillespie West a gtd Delicatessen m14 Harrison Montana s73s George p. Booklet mgr. Steaks chops Chicken evening dinners till 1 Union Headquarters brotherhood Side. 1009 Vino st. Shaver is elected local 17 head William Sha ver is the new president of local 17, United Auto workers As a result of elections held on saturday March 1, de Hill former president said this week. Other officers elected Are Anri new of Quot Brien v ice William Haynes financial Secretary and Clem Sullivan recording Secretary. Sullivan had resigned As trustee to take the new Job. Ruther Knabb and Larry Little Are the new trustees for the local. George Gallent was elected guide and Mike Gross sergeant at arms. Cooper s shoes shoes for the entire family 191 Mill Street Lockland. O. John Schwar shoes 752-754-756 e. Memillan Twenty checks Lor $1 each Check costs 5 cents with a guardian Bank popular checking account. No minimum balance. Mia but f. D. I. men s shop men and boy s Wear 3152 Madison re. Oakley Mui 1 1i7e.6thst. S peed letter service 205 l 6th Street a 465? mime graphing a k Uiti graphing typing b Complete letter service United office and professional workers members in the monumental life insurance co. Who must Supply their own autos and work Long hours to make As Little As $40 a week have threatened i strike in support of a made in National negotiations. In Ohio 185 agents voted six to one in. Favor of strike recently should the company continue their refusal to bargain in Good Faith. Several weeks ago a three state stoppage was called at j which time the company was notified of the intent to strike. I in Cincinnati there Are 10 agents whose average wage is under $40 weekly Elmer Martin president local 3?, life insurance underwriters agents said while Over the state the average is $37. He denied that agents earn with commissions $74 to $01 weekly As purported by the company. A this figure is attained by one of two top men a he said a but the majority of the agents have never come near that the strike is being held up pending the decision of the state insurance commissioner who has been asked to declare a moratorium on premiums to protect the Small policy holders. The basis is the fact that these policies will lapse immediately if payment is not made. Is tin said the Union wants to be absolutely certain the policy holders will be protected for the duration of the walkout. The issues in the dispute Are unions demands for a $50 weekly minimum guaranteed salary Writh a $10 weekly increase for All agents. A a s. Conciliator is attempting to Settle the dispute. Among the 13 offices of the com-1 Pany spread Over three states Columbus Cleveland Youngstown Akron and Cincinnati Are involved in the Ohio dispute. If the strike is called Martin further said it will establish a precedent in the history of the Popw being the first state wide strike of insurance agents. Mar a tin likened the pending walkout to the strike of the teachers in other states who Are also among the thousands of Low paid White Collar arid professional workers in the nation. Martin stated he wanted to make if Clear that $40 weekly represents an average of take Home pay out of which Auto expense must come. The company makes no provisions for j mileage. Write your congressman to vote against anti labor Laws tonality always a. 8.5c to $1.00 Stoke 4 70 Hamilton at. North Side to oif to a head Start with Mallory s a a Sho nth Spring hat style handsome crafted with that custom made look. A feel As soft As Chamois. A resilience that a makes for smart lasting Wear. Made in the exclusive Mallory Plia feh process mabley s men s hats a second Floo mabley amp fare

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