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The Sun (Newspaper) - November 11, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPage 4 the Cincinnati Sun Friday november 11, 1949 w the Cincinnati Sun .1 Liberal k weekly published by the greater Cine Uriati Industrial Inion Council Cio every week with exception of last week of july and the Issue succeeding labor Day. Entered As second class matter june 30, 1044 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2. Ohio under the act of March 3, 1879. Editor. George h. Wallenberg or. Office. 205 e. 6th st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. Garfield 2550 executive Board William Black Walter Grainger William Brenner Edward Hellkamp Arthur Hartmann Ray Sowder James Mclendon John Dehner Talmadge Zipperer James Rogers Elmer Kauffman Wilfred Porter Rollin Silver Max Sein John sink. John Case Ernestine Locknane r. W. Schellenberg Nathaniel Jordan Hugo dug and wig be ii. Subscription. $2.00 per year a big difference while the election results of the Council manic Campaign Are still Uncertain and we Are pretty sure that Rollin h. Everett will i k up enough votes to be elected we were rather disturbed about the difference Between the Ohio election results and those in the rest of the nation. As a whole this election showed a very Strong trend towards the Liberal c Side and the Nrman program in places As far Apai each other As and Cali fornia. The senatorial race in new York was a Victory not Only for senator Lehman but the whole social Security and welfare issues which figured so prominently in that Campaign. The voters of Hamilton county in direct opposition to this Way of thinking could not see their Way to vote for the 2 per Mill tax Levy required for the urgent needs of the welfare department. A Large number of Ohio voters either saw Merit in the Massachusetts ballot or did not understand the question on the ballot form. A charter majority in Cincinnati seems to be the Only Bright spot around Here and these results should make us sit up and take notice. There will be a bucket full of explanations and excuses offered by All kinds of experts but the most important lesson in politics is to learn from past mistakes. And that we Are aiming to do. Min a the Topay 4fb�thiehe� steel vials Tow record profits set a so ushry Tler nets a i for West boils a Quot �tu.22a$har�u�%ti Ign prof tit up a up Fco to %4as share a is Are of poor i a a mme to z z so so so a show a amp is ssh 8,19 profit a -. Nam of ought to know. By George h. Wartenberg or. Convention impressions this convention certainly differed greatly from other gatherings held by National Organ Iza he pointed out that Cio president Philip Murray is an outstanding example of a Man a who has devoted himself unselfishly tons. It lacked the horse play and a sparingly in order to con of the american legion boys and tribute to the general welfare of the Jovia Lity of the shrines. J men who labor. It was a convention of men j sergeant at arms who had come together for Seri j another Cincinnati Man who Ous business and gave All their was unusually Busy at Cleveland was Bob Davidson Cio regional an invitation the 11th annual convention last week in Cleveland May Well go Down As a landmark in the history of the Cio. For it was there that the decision was firmly and irrevocably taken that there is no place for communists in a labor organization that believes in the democratic form of government. The expelling of the be the key left Wing Union was a drastic decision. It was obvious that this expulsion would immediately raise the problem of dual unionism. A new electrical workers Union within the Cio has already been formed and the fight Between it and the ousted Union will be a Tough one. But the real decision is made by the rank and file members on a local level. The response Here in Cincinnati has been very Good. Now that the issues Are so Clear it would seem a Wise step for All non communists in the be to strengthen the anti communist ranks of labor by affiliating with locals that Bear the Cio Label. Time and attention to that business. Council Delegate one of our own delegates William j. Black president and Delegate of the Cincinnati joint Board is a Good example. Bill Black was on the convention floor at All times and i director. He was the official sergeant at arms a Post he has had at every Cio convention since its founding and in that capacity he usher e d All the official convention guests and delegations to the Rostrum and supervised the Large corps of by Edward l. Hoon n to provide school Bonks War devastated areas All Over the world has just been completed by care. Care As you know has become famous for the thousands of food packages which it has sent to Europe. Under the new plan about which a care representative told me the other Day packages of books Are being pie pared for schools and libraries where the books were destroyed during the War. This is certainly a worthy project new books for these children in foreign lands in an important contribution to that k 4 of International understanding As j we 11 As oppo r t u n Ity for t he in individual children. Of o not them it is fantastic to think of care Book packages for our schools right Here in Ohio. But a couple of my experiences recently have made me resolve to pay More attention to the kind of Toots for learning our children Are required to use. 1 dropped into an american history class in a school system which for obvious reasons i shall say is located merely in town x. I casually picked up the textbook which the students were using and flipped through the pages. When i came to the last chapter i winced. So far As the children in this class were concerned american history ended with the first Roosevelt administration. Even the last years were covered in a sketchy fashion. Out of Date the Book was published in 1937 �?12 years ago. I wonder How Many persons in the town Ushers who checked credentials j were aware that their High school am sure he voted on every Issue i and badges of delegates and students were being subjected to after listening to every speech guests. And argument. J seemed everywhere this unusually serious Conven 1 at the same time and among the Tion attitude could be Felt Al special guests he ushered to the most everywhere even around Rostrum were Sec a of state Dean the press tables where the boys a Che son Fec administrator go in for a pretty mixed schedule Oscar r. Ewing Secretary of of fun and work. But the Large labor Maurice Tobin general amount of National news made Omar Bradley Murray Lincoln of by the convention every Day had the Ohio farm federation and the press always on the jump Roy Wilkins a act. And their Battery of typewriters prod used i to Macii Ine gun Tike j exhibit s music in a steady rhythm. I the Entrance to the convention the Pride of delegates in at Kali was used As an enlarged tending was also expressed by Hobby ill which wore displayed the heavy traffic in buying and j exhibits of Many labor organi Selling badges As moments for a on Anc groups interested in Union members Back Home and As i k�3� a the one attracting the big souvers. Big phone a landmark in the huge Hall was a big Telephone about 12 feet High which was placed on the Cwa table. Jim Sigafoose. President of div. 46 was sitting at the a sign of the big phone. The o i 1 work e r s International Union also exhibited a Large drilling device As its trademark. Kroll Speaks Jack Kroll representing the Cincinnati joint Board As Well As the National Pac office introduced president Philip Murray to Gest attention was a display of the amalgamated clothing workers Label Campaign drive. It showed a suit with the Label and perfectly tailored of such Large dimensions that three men could easily get into it. I think it was size 80, made for a giant. As the delegates passed this Booth they were asked to give the number of their own suit Label in order to win a free suit As a prize. The Booth of the National Cio Community services committee showed among Many other in a very important a Black out Quot in i american history. They Are be ing deprived of All the tremendously important happenings of the past 12 years. Not Only history books but other texts get out of Date. When this happens boys and girls can obtain Only a vague idea of the i important d e v elopement s in science economics government and other Fields. Elizabeth our third grader brought Home a Reader a few nights ago which struck me As being pretty poor. The Story a All right but the pictures were worthless. All the characters were dressed in clothing of the 1920�?Ts. The Story talked about a your new automobile and pictured a ear which was As out of Date As the dresses. No wonder Elizabeth said she did t like the Book. I m going to do my Best to help the care plan for getting books to children overseas but in a also going to keep a sharper Eye on the kind of books my own youngsters Are using. Of free literature and a big Pac display explained political action. Convention picture it looks As though the Sun is the convention on the first Day cresting items a picture of Many having picture troubles again. We and in his introductory remarks gummed up the serious mood and purpose of the convention by saying a we assembled Here in this convention Hall we in the Trade Union movement have dedicated our lives and our abilities to the betterment of the lives Cincinnati Cio members attending a recent Community Chest drive dinner at the Cincinnati boys club. Had a picture taken of most of the Cincinnati delegation including Ai Whitehouse who shuttled Forth and Back Between Cincin the Cio research and Loduca Nati and Cleveland for top level tonal department was Well rep Anco very successful steel Nego resented and i thought their 1 to nations. The top officers of the stress of the use of movies for a brewery workers International of our fellow men. We do what Union meetings would be of it were also in the picture taken by Ever we can to bring just a Little special interest to unions in this the official Cio news photog More Security a title More Happi area who have the use of film t rather. Ness and a Little More abundance projectors. But As yet the picture has not into the lives of the men and the department of labor j reached us. We will run it As women who labor i showed their excellent selection soon As we can get hold of it

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