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The Sun (Newspaper) - March 28, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe \ a Liberal weekly of 2� a or Oas second Clas 1944 at the Post a on of under its \ j 4 % Atter june 30, Cincinnati 2� Rich 3. behaviour enquirer covers up profits and sees inflation Only in wage Rise it a. 1917 vol. It no. 23 so Uncle Sam pays Allis strike breaking Bill the United states Treasury footed the strike breaking Bill for. The Allis Chalmers co., Milwaukee where United Auto workers voted to go Back to work this week alter 328-Day strike. The Cincinnati enquirer in an editorial this week found the 114-cent increase won by United rubber workers Cio a confirms that the inflationary trend is but the enquirer did not print or comment on the other Side of that Story. The March letter of the National City Bank of new York showed that 17 companies manufacturing rubber products enjoyed a net profit of $123,290,000 in 1946. Which was an increase of 99.7 per cent Over 1945 and a return of 20.5 per cent of their net Worth. Yet the enquirer described As a Sanguin Enesse the statement of the rubber companies that they would seek to absorb the wage rises Writh raising prices. A few months ago Robert Nathan economist reported to Cio that 1946 profits w Ould be such As to permit w age increases without Price increases. The enquirer joined the chorus of ridicule w hich was heaped on the economists. But it has failed to observe that his profit estimates were Correct. The National City Bank figures in a nation show 30 steel companies made $236.190,000. At 47 per cent increase Over 1945, and that 15 meat packing companies made $67,857,000, a 96.7 per cent increase As their Reward for withholding meat and breaking opa. A 11.9 per cent return was earned by 840 companies in nine industries. Rally for april although the company had an or a the greedy rather than the operating loss of $25 million in the theory claimed was that companies should be reimbursed for any losses incurred in recon 1946, Federated press reported a $25,400,000 Federal tax rebate to the company allowed All is Chalmers to realize a profit of $144 487 for the year. The carry Back provision of the costs go up again the Cost of living in Cincinnati was rising again As of mid february the Bureau of labor statistics reported this week. There was a Rise of .4 per cent in the family budget carrying costs to 57.5 per cent above aug. 15, 1939. Foods clothing and House furnishings paced the increase the report said. Steward s preliminary will be held on monday april 7 version from War production. In drop Liberal from radio instances such As the a11 is Chal mers co., it has served As an in Laws was passed by Congress citation to resist collective bar Over the veto of president Roose gaining veil who called the tax Law one new York a up a radios drive against Liberal commentators claimed another outstanding gives Stager thirty Days Waldo Stager staff represent the autoworkers went Back to news analyst As William l. Work without a contract Declar Shirer announced to a nation s w eat ing they would not sign a shop contract. 18% cent increase Given strikers aug. 28 Union officers declared that the fight w Ould continue within the Active United electrical radio Pisl Rit against substandard work and machine workers was sent in conditions and company in ended to serve 30 Days in the Lon Smy county jail by judge Charles s. A Belt this week. A Fine of $250 was also imposed. The sentence was passed on a charge of malicious destruction of property arising out of picket line incidents during the 1946 strike against the Allis Chalmers Block to the third floor at 15 co. Stager denied the charge. East eighth Street. A stay of execution of ten Days the eighth Street office we be was granted in Sun moves its office the office of the Sun was moved this week from 306 Bell. Wide audience March 23 that his they do get an non Columbia broadcasting system w weekly show was being dropped. Shirer who has been with lbs for 10 years said he had been informed by his sponsor j. B. Williams co., and the network that his option would be dropped after the March 30 broadcast. Cincinnati Cio members will rally against anti labor legislation at a meeting on Friday april 11, at Emery auditorium. The City wide meeting is called under the sponsorship of the greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council for the purpose of acquainting the Union members with the huge number of anti labor Bills pending in Congress. A program of action will also be outlined at the meeting. Walter Grainger Council legislative committee chairman said a the importance of rallying our members to action against these Bills cannot be stressed too much. Every Bill is aimed at labors heart and will wipe out every gain made by organized labor in recent the committee is attempting to get a speaker of National importance to highlight the meeting. To Complete plans for the meeting a City wide stewards meeting has been called for 7 30 p.m., monday april 7, at the Law Hall 2728 Vine Street. Robert Smith Springfield Pac director will address this meeting. Grainger said that either William Lavelle Ohio Cio Council Secretary treasurer or Jacob Klayman Council attorney would also address the meeting. Stewards from All local unions Are urged to attend this meeting where the Means of reaching All shop workers will be presented. A other Side of news Cion a radio program is launched uus Noi leu Guys a do the Cincinnati news Cion a new weekly radio show 8 15 Over station Wasai without Well As for workers. The cases against i a a it Khz Loki a a a to he a Mau cd a of far to a High Arp a. W is granted in the cases again get a Guild As the one in the Quot the other Side of the news i a presentation of facts w hich Are Walter Reno Howard Wheaton lock was j took the air monday at i not reaching the Public in the and Bernard Waits to permit the defendants to make restitution for alleged damages to cars during the strike. Stager was Given a two week stay of execution Hild labor crows Washington a up a ii Legal employment of children in Industry increased in the fiscal year 1946 Over 1941, the children a Bureau announced in its annual report. There was an increase of 323% in the number of plants employing under age minors and a Rise of 441% in the number of minors unlawfully employed the Bureau found in spot in-1 Speet fms. In criminal proceedings pushed by the Bureau for violation of child labor provisions of the wage hour Law during the year fines have been levied in 20 states. One employer was fined a record $25,000, read a the Law on monopolies sen. Ball s proposal to destroy Union Quot monopolies is Analysed and exposed this week by Quot the Law Quot column on Page 4 of the Sun. Be sure to read it. Press casts or through other radio the program will continue for at least the next few w weeks As part of Cion a drive against the present anti labor legislation. A All Cio members Are urged by i the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council to tune m at 8 15 p. M. To Wasai on monday nights and to urge their friends to do so. Everett then broached the question a a have labor unions grown too Strong a he pointed out that Only about one out of four workers Are organized for collective bargaining that the purchasing Power of workers has dropped swiftly since the War while profits have soared since Price controls were dropped. According to Philip Murray s testimony to the Senate labor committee he said meat prices jumped 90% when 1.6% would have covered increased labor costs steel Rose 16.7% after a 1.9% Rise in labor Cost and so on the opening speaker was Rol Lin Everett editor of the Sun and City councilman who pointed out that Congress is setting us on Down the line. The same Road which led to de. _ meanwhile Congress concerns pression and a second world War to Toad i itself not with the plight of work in the 1920fc if. A a ing people their need of purchasing Power health facilities housing and Security but is devoting itself to Bills designed to destroy the unions and their bargaining strength Everett said. A everything in the 1920 so be said a Wras just As the National association of manufacturers and their Sens. Ball Taft and associates want it now a no Strong labor unions no political action by workers a Congress and president entirely favourable to big a Congress must be made to know a Everett said a that this nation wants free labor unions and genuine collective bargain the result Everett said was i ing As part of our Economy that that profits Rose 72% from 1924 to 1929 while factory wages Rose Only 5%. Productivity Rose 24% per Man which resulted in layoffs. Loss of worker purchasing Power brought the depression and disaster for Small business men professional men and Farmers As we done to want another depression and government control of Industry and he pointed out that the fact Only 35.00,000 out of $m>06,000 eligible voters voted last fall was responsible for the Congress we have

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