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The Sun (Newspaper) - May 13, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioOne two three. The Sun a 29 to its iss matter. June 30 ice at Cincinnati 2. �1 of March i. 879 a a. It no. I May 13, 1919 no Winnel Iii first i found of the Battle Hartley repeal wound up in a draw in the House with administration leaders promising a return match in about a month whether or not the Senate has ? de on the Thomas Lesinski Bill. Three Bills the the Battle lines in the House were drawn on three Bills qui rement and would have set up a labor relations commission rep. Sims d. . Himself said House labor committee he was not sold on All these provisions but that he Felt a was Wise. It looked bad through a week of debate administration forces in the House were beaten on a Long series of Republican turned against the president Truman a Thomas Tes votes on amendments. When Wood Bill while two republicans Lesinski Bill the Dixie rat the Sims came up went Over to the coition. Con publican coalitions second Wood the representatives seemed con soda cd Roll Call above Bill and the Sim . Fused. Labor chairman to a i a it \ Lesinski and speaker Rayburn the Thomas Lesinski Bill rep. Lesinski a Mich spoke would repeal the and restore theft a the Sims plan but reps. Kel Wagner act with certain changes Ley a a and Celler a . Urged by the president. Cio and attacked Ilas a sugar coated the All other labor groups favored act. On a non record vote the Sims plan fell by 211 to 183. Wood Bill was killed then cart the critical test vote on killing the Thomas Lesinski Bill and putting the Wood Bill a Wood Bill the House rever a self and by a i m a 01 it Quot a a to Corr Ard j. Welch r., Cali Augustine b. Kelley d. Penn and chairman John Lesinski d. Mich of the Federated pictures a motion to Send the whole question Back to the House labor a committee which won by 212 to 209. Overnight 10 democrats and 1 steel drafts new contract program this Bill without amendment. The Wood Bill would keep the in Force and add anti labor clauses which Cio president Philip Murray called More vicious than the itself. The Sims measure in place. On tuesday after was brought out in the closing noon May 3 labor and the and hours of the fight by a group ministration suffered a crushing headed by speaker Rayburn j defeat. D., Tex. The Wood Bill was approved this Bill would have kept in by 217 to 203. A demand that the Force t e anti strike injunction Wood Bill be printed before final the communist oath clause the action stalled off a new test in so a ailed employer free speech til next morning. On May 4. Came said the committee would get to work at once and a new labor Bill would be ready in a few weeks. Meanwhile Cio and other labor leaders went Back to work on political action pointed at the return match. Harry is fighting president Truman told his press conference last week that he still is fighting for the repeal As pledged by the democratic platform. The president added he feels his party loyalty test is working. He told democrats who wished to have a voice in filling Federal jobs they would have to fight for the party platform. A three pronged contract program which includes wage boosts pensions ant social insurance will be the goal of negotiations to begin in the steel Industry shortly according to Al Whitehouse director of District 25, Usa. For a maternity care and care dependents under 18 years. A free medical and surgical care for i period not to exceed 70 Days. A a life insurance policy equivalent to 18 months pay. In addition to the demand for a general wage increase the the program was drafted last Union will seek adequate pen week by the 36-Man executive Sions upon retirement or disa Board and was ratified by the ability for each member to be unions. 70-Man wage policy Pai Ltd a by the employer with committee. Affected by the de Ohio must get out the vote in 50 election Tobin w Arns a Victory dinner Given by the Duckworth democratic club of Cincinnati was addressed by Secretary of labor Maurice Tobin on May 10 at the Gibson hotel. The Large crowd which Mcloud a continuation of the traditional democratic tradition Tobin said. The repeal of the Taft Hartley act despite All mane vering and delay will definitely come he running for governor of Massachusets which would have been an easy Victory for Tobin. No one made a larger contribution to the election of president Truman last november than Tobin mands will be about a million steelworkers in both Basic Are a steel fabricating plants. Whitehouse said All three demands would be Given equal emphasis in contract talks. The Union has already served 60-Day notices reopening its contracts by july 16 with 835 companies covering 700.000 workers. Another 300,000 workers Are covered by other contracts which open automatically during the year. The social insurance plan estimated to Cost 8.4c an hour an employee Calls for the following features a payments of $35 a week for 12 months for workers who Are taken ill or become disabled on the Job. A Semi or vate Hospital treatment for wives and families of declared. A the loyalty of the democratic Kroll said de Many prominent Cincinnat ians Ohio delegation in Congress is he Felt that there was no future a Etive in civic affairs and politics added proof that Victory can be for the Dixie rats within the exceed $10 a Day. Was spellbound by Tobinus ours if we stick to our principles framework of the democratic View of the performance of the and strengthen the ranks of our party and our Job in 1950 must democratic party since 1933. He representatives in the coming be one of determined action unexplained How the departure of City state and National elections Stead of Fine words and phrases. If everybody will do his duty Cio Pac will certainly do its at the polls we can go on into share Kroll concluded. No compulsory retirement permitted. A guaranteed minimum weekly wage for All members a for each week worked and a join it. Industry Union program on unemployment were also set up As Union contract policy. Other demands will include elimination of geographic differentials and inequities improvement of shift premiums and Severance pay for workers dismissed for any reason other than a resignation or discharge for cause. The May Issue of steel labor official Union publication buttresses the expected wage demands with figures on steel Industry profits in 1948. Which were at an All time High. A Twenty two of the largest Basic steel firms piled up a total profit after taxes amounting to $512,011,481,�?� the newspaper reported. A that compares to the 1947 figure of $385.506.720 a the party from the previous Raissez fairer policy of Republic Union members at a Cost Nof to which a. Considered a a fantastic exceed $10 a Day. A at that time. 2300 local phone can administrations brought an area of higher living standards social advances and benefits to the american people never before encountered in the history of our country. These benefits raised our stand mayor Albert d. Cash gave the address of Welcome. Serret Arv of labor is honoured by Al Cio the Cio Industrial Union which will increase our purchasing Power further and be our Best insurance against Pur preservation of a sound Ard of living constantly and made american Economy and far sight possible larger consumer buying de leadership in world affairs Council joined hands with the Power which helped to expand will give Confidence to All peace Al Central labor Council of our Economy far above the level a Loving nations he concluded. Greater Cincinnati to Honor Sec known before the depression the toastmaster of the evening rotary of labor Maurice Tobin at Tobin said. Charles Ginocchio president of an Early breakfast at the Gibson the Wagner act the minimum the Duckworth democratic club hotel on May 11. Wage Law and soc Ai Security also introduced George Harrison William Black president of the legislation As Well As banking president of the brotherhood of Cio Council chaired the meeting. Laws did their part in giving All sections of our population an even break in the Best american tradition. He pointed out. Railway clerks Al and Jack John Hurst president of the Kroll Cio Pac director. I Central labor Council and repro Harrison stressed the important setting the Al pointed out that Job ahead in 1950 and hoped that this was the first meeting in Cin the Republican majority in the organizational work in every Einnatz where top officials of Al 80th Congress tried greedily to voting District will take place All and Cio have come together for undo these advances and received thru 1949 so that a senator a common purpose and hoped their answer from the american fleeting the wishes of the people that such cooperation can be exp eople at the polls in november. A can be elected. Tended to the political Field in workers join to j. E. Sigafoose. President of Tive Board after numerous con division 46 of the Communia Ferencek with both Cio and Al tons workers of America in an officials recommended to move no neing last weeks election into Cio ballot in a in the Mem suits of cd a members to join be ship referendum be an March the Cio said that the dream in 7, ending May 5. The minds of some Telephone affiliation of Cwa which was workers for several years is to formalized by giving a new hear have one big Telephone Union ter on May 9. Brings into the Cio within Cio is now blossoming in approximately 200.000 additional to reality. J Telephone workers. Division 46 is made up of Cio organization director Al 2300 members in 22 local units in lha greater Cincinnati area. Its vote 798 for joining the. Cio and 634 for staying independen was topped by the National a ote which was 71,312 for Cio and 34,419 for continued . Ian a hey word made the presentation of the charter to Cwa president Joseph Beirne. Already in Cio Are the members of the american Union of Telephone workers who have been very Active in the greater Cincinnati Cio Council and about this decision climaxes at least 30.000 Bell system employees who three years of deliberations by Are in the Telephone workers with the cooperation of Dixie j Kroll paid High tribute to Sec the future stats they Are doing everything rotary Tobin s courage and de Hurst also expressed great the group As to whether it should organizing committee which wat in their Power to hinder presi termination in taking the Job of pleasure of attending this break affiliate with one of the two big set up two years ago. Den Truman in enacting his labor Secretary shortly before fast since the distinguished guest segments of organized labor. J m exp Cid that the Fuu deals legislation which is the november election instead of was a fellow bostonian. 1 last february the Cwa exec in expected 4cenoftti�4 my pm go in

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