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The Sun (Newspaper) - November 4, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPublished by the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council special election Issue a Liberal Cio weekly owned by its header vol. 1 1 no. 20 Titt 0 Iso at i Ohio Nwe do of a entered As second class matter june 30, 1944 at the Post v _ -1. M 10-10 office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under act of March 3, 1879 of enquirer a a tacks on Everett makes labor redouble efforts Quot honoured Quot says Everett two Cio champs by Holly a h. E councilman i feel singularly honoured this week that the Cincinnati enquirer has picked my defeat As its particular goal in next tuesdays election endorsing All other candidates for reelection. The endorsement of a newspaper which opposes labor Al every turn which publishes the Poison of Westbrook Pegler and which acts As the editorial voice for the Utility companies hardly would be a recommendation for me. I have stepped on the toes of Many of the enquirers pets since i have been in City Council and take satisfaction in its editorial proving the effectiveness of those efforts. Is gop thinking but nevertheless there is no use ignoring the fact that the enquirer editorial represents the thinking of the organization republicans. They obviously have decided that their one Hope of breaking City charter committee control of Council and of rendering labors efforts ineffective is i a their whole Campaign has been j Cio convention ousts communists one t it ased primarily on a smear a steel strike near settlement pretty Judy West. Miss Telephone girl of 1949, receives the trophy from councilman Holly a h. Everett at the annual dance of the communications workers of America last Friday at Castle farm. Everett is labor s first Choice for councilman in the november 8 elections. Standing from left to right Are Vernadine Vilvens Joyce Shaw Ellen Vail Judy West Julie Higgins Polly Griner councilman Everett Joann Molony Jean Whitaker and Ruth Ann Lamb. Ironically enough this smear comes at the time that Jack Kroll is at the Side of Philip Murray Cio president engaged in a fight to rid to of its Small but noisy group of communist dominated unions. The republicans Hope by this device to hold Down the first Choice votes cast for me and to frighten other voters so that i will not get enough transfers to be elected. Too much optimism More dangerous perhaps than the Republican efforts along this line Are the number of persons spreading1 Over optimism concern while the steel strike showed signs of coming to an end the eleventh convention of the Cio which opened in Cleveland october 31, did the expected last tuesday when it passed a Resolution by an overwhelming majority to oust left Wing leaders from the executive Board of the Cio. President Phil Murray in a 67-Page report to the convention took off his verbal gloves and really gave it to left Wing leaders of about a dozen Cio unions. Obstructive clique a a Small but noisy clique of Union officials has followed a policy of harassment of oppose not Case with left Wing unions Quot i have examined at great length the a demands of the Small group within the Cio who adhere to the program of the communist party. The communist program for american labor is a program of destruction. It invites defeat for labor rupture of our organizations failure of attainment of even our most modest Fer affiliation upon labor unions which wish to join our Organiza Tion it obviously has the Power of Dis affiliation Over those organizations whose leaders policies statements and actions demonstrate their contempt and their hostility toward our general lug the votes i will get. That j Jon an j of obstructionism to the always can be More dangerous to general and specific Aims of our e candidate under proportional j democratic labor movement a representation than a moderate Murray declared Early in his re degree of pessimism. Port a ooh he s sure of election a there a nothing wrong with Many voters hear. So they decide disagreement within Cion Sun that he does no to need their first Choice vote and give it to someone else. Under proportional representation every voter should actually cast his first Choice vote for the candidate whom he most wants elected writing the numeral 1 in front of that candidates name the numeral 2 in front of the name of his next Choice 3 in front of the next and on Down the line As far As he cares to go. Ballots quite often Transfer 9 places or More. Anyone who agrees with the Ion family so Long As its a disagreement among unions which support Basic philosophies of Cio and of our democratic system. But Murray said bluntly that s anyone with whom it disagrees should certainly not cast a first Choice vote for me. But of those who believe in my efforts for Urban redevelopment and slum clearance for efficient City real estate Purchase practices for decent playgrounds improved health standards for sound City Hall labor relations for fair treat enquirer in its Blind support of ment of All citizens by Public of the Gas amp electric fight for facials and the various other issues higher rates in its opposition to with which the readers of the labor s program and its refusal Sun Are familiar i do ask first in even publicize the views of Choice votes. A More than that the program of the a left Wing would enslave us to the Aims and aspirations of a party whose interests Are not those of american labor but Are directed toward the establishment of a retrogressive dictatorship in our life. A i want none of that. The Cio w ants none of leaders communists or communist dominated leaders of some unions seem More interested in a a using the Cio than in becoming a real part of the family Murray a report warned the Cio convention. These people he said a Are interested in the benefits of Cio affiliation without regard to the responsibilities that such affiliation clearly them what to do about the disruption provoked by the left wingers in the ranks of Cio convention delegates got a pretty Clear idea of Murray a thinking a no self respecting organization can Long tolerate this dangerous division. ,. A the Cio has the Power to con Kuester Speaks at election rally before a crowd of Over 200 Elmwood citizens at a final reelection rally nov. 2, Charles a a Bucko Kuester Independent democratic candidate for mayor of the City condemned the a do nothing policy of the Republican machine which has controlled i Elmwood for the past 20 years and promised a to fight for Elm Wood for its children and for All a the citizens if Kuester a member of local 392, Law Cio and former presi Dent of that local is running on a five Point platform calling for improved recreation facilities for a Elmwood a children smoke Abate j ment program stricter sanitation Laws flood control for the Mill Creek Valley and efficient administration of City government. The meeting was chaired by Robert Nichols publicity director a of the Kuester Campaign and a member of local 392. Democratic state senator Maurice t. Niehaus assistant attorney general George Luedeke and Julius Uehlein representative of Coati inti of pm go 41 ill ale Quot no Quot on ballot changes of us of go to Thi Rous on november 8, and get our families and friends to vote also William j. Black president of the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council urged All Council affiliates. This City election is one of the most important Ever held. It will decide besides vital local issues whether the people of this state approve of a a paid tampering with their ballots. Black pointed out that the proposed amendment to the Constitution of Ohio of article v see Sample ballot on Page 3 should be opposed. It was introduced to help the Taft forces in the next election. A the Cio says not he added because it believes that a More complicated ballot would Lead to All kinds of abuses and would disfranchised Many of our citizens whose ballot would be voided by misunderstandings. Democracy is served Best by straight Forward methods not by tricks thought up in the offices of highly paid corporation lawyers and financed by a wealthy for Everett Black believed that the chances for re electing Rollin Everett to City Council Are Good if every Union member will go to the polls and do his civic duty. A we Are backing Rollin Everett As our first Choice candidate and hairy Proctor for second Choice As Well As the whole charter ticket from 3 to 9.�?� Black urged All voters to remember that the number 1 must be put in the Box in front of Rollin Everett a name for a valid vote. A a first Choice vote for Everett is a vote to safeguard the continuance of progressive City to polls Black also suggested that whenever possible Union members ask their friends and neighbors to come with them to the polls and furnish them with transportation when available. A a done to forget Union wives and their friends a added Black a their vote counts just As ,final Cli Arlor rally As in previous years a final rally will be held for All workers Active on behalf of charter candidates at 6 15 . Sunday november 6, in the ballroom of the Sinton hotel. Instructions As to duties on election Day will be Given at that meeting and final plans for getting out the vote will be announced. All Cio members who Are doing such useful work in wards and precincts for Rollin h. Everett and the other charter candidates Are urged to attend this rally

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