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The Sun (Newspaper) - November 14, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioFage 4the Sun the sum Liberal weekly published by the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio let Justice prevail entered As second class matter june 30, 19a at the Post office at Cincinnati 2. Ohio under the act of starch 3. 1879. A dior office. A a a a a a a a a a a. Holly a h. Everett .15 East eight st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone main 4813 executive Board William Black Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman de Hellkamp John Debner Arthur Hartmann. Waller Grainger George Grigsby Willis Wilder Isaac Bradshaw Wilfred Porter Sien Hugo Klug Clarence Hau Ray Sowder Earl Davis Nathaniel Jordan. Subscription a a a a a a a a it $2.00 per year. Labor Ami the Congimi icily labor is not apart from the Community but is part of it Philip Ziegler speaking on behalf of labor told a Large luncheon Mee tin u \ i i so of k at Why was recognized. The message by Ziegler grand Secretary of the brotherhood of railway clerks again sounded one of the most important facts in our Community use today. Its recognition by All concerned will have an important bearing on the future of Cincinnati. Whether it is a Community Chest drive or the rallying of support for carrying out the master plan it is essential that All important elements of the Community be represented. Then and Only then do we get the full Force of the City behind the betterment of the City. Three things have occurred in one week to encourage the belief that this fact is being recognized in Cincinnati. One was the Community Chest luncheon. Another was the chamber of Commerce tour and luncheon for promotion of the master plan. The chamber officials recognized the importance of labors support. The third was the action of the voters in sending two labor men to City Council. Both labor candidates Rollin Everett and Harry Proctor stressed throughout their campaigns the need of broadly representative City government they believed labor business and professional people All should be represented on Council. Their opposition hurled invest Iees at labor. It was heartening that the voters elected a Council which was broadly representative. Most Cincinnat ians want to move Forward As a United Community. Letters sees falling out among thieves letters to the editor of the Sun must be Brief nod on a topic of general interest. Anonymous letters will not be accepted. The views expressed in letters to the editor Are not necessarily concurred in by Cio or the Sun. To the editor of the Sun a modern version of a when thieves fall out was recently enacted Here in Cincinnati during the City Council elections. The Republican party attacked the or voting system even to the extent of inferring that it was communistic. Next came had been truly representative of some fancy juggling and desertion of candidates who until then Kentucky Cio stresses Pac reflects Whitehouse As head an even More thorough political action Job than the one which brought an outstanding Victory in Kentucky in last weeks elections will grow out of the recent state Cio convention at Paducah ky., leaders predicted this week impetus for that task in 1948 was Given in stirring addresses by sen. Alben w. Barkley a1 Whitehouse who was reelected president of the Kentucky Cio Council and Palmer Weber assistant to Jack Kroll National Cio Pac director. Sen. Barkley denounced the Taft Hartley act and Drew an ovation we Hen he declared sen. Robert a. Taft was his favorite gop presidential aspirant As he believed sen. Taft would be the easiest to defeat. Whitehouse reported that Cio is growing steadily in Kentucky. He reported hosiery workers paper workers and Telephone workers As new affiliates. The convention gave unanimous approval to a recommendation by Whitehouse that Kentucky Cio concur in the actions and resolutions of Cio in its National convention at Boston. Tribute was paid by the state president to the outgoing executive Board and to r. Fred Foss Secretary treasurer and his assistant Amelia Harp. Weber detailed to the convention a plan for Block by Block organization for the 1948 election. He urged the unions to Start immediately their work for that election. Joseph Kaminsky Midwest director of the amalgamated clothing workers of America told of the Early organizational struggles of act and the great benefits which had been won by willingness to sacrifice and overcome opposition. Other speakers included John Brophy Cio National director of state councils William Taylor Cio regional director for Kentucky Del Garst Cio regional director st. Louis Howard n. Porter director District 24, Usa Cio and state senator Henry Ward one of labors genuine friends in the Kentucky legislature. One of the highlights of the convention was the excellent entertainment and the Fine banquet provided by the textile and amalgamated local unions of Paducah. Officers elected for the ensuing year were a1 Whitehouse president executive Board members miss Edgar bean Telephone we a Liam h. Beatty steel a District 30 Arthur Bishop steel District 25 Melvin f. Boss automobiles Leon Carney hosiery Rudy e. Lyon office and professional Sarah k. Marrs paper workers John e. Meeks brewery workers Hager Patton Oil Emma Sauer clothing Arthur g. Warren steel District 24 and Lillian Yaden textile. Their party. Fortunately Cincinnati voters saw through All this and not Only held on to or but handed ninth Street a Good sound she lacking in the bargain. With two Fine labor men in Council now it looks As though this City has at Long last turned the Corner and can no longer be known As a corporation town. I believe that Everett and Proctor will work in Harmony for the Good of All labor and that in our City Council a new and better song will be Sung from now on. Carl Jordan Cooper s shoes shoes for the entire family Iff Mill Street Lockland o. Ii Georgs p. Booklet mgr steaks chops Chicken evening dinners till 11 Union Headquarters brotherhood bid. 1000 Vino full plan huge vet housing project with the passage of the Ohio veterans Bonus on tuesday nov. 4, Cincinnati chapter no. 1, american veterans committee launched plans for a huge housing project to be initially financed by Bonus Money. Preliminary Steps have already been taken toward realization of the $3,000,000 Enterprise according to James Maxwell housing chairman of the ave chapter. While ave has consistently opposed the Bonus contending that the Money could be better spent for housing and other veterans needs Maxwell stated their Bonus Money toward Relief the club Flamingo offers the finest food and drink served in one of the most luxuriously designed entertainment spots in greater Cincinnati 633 York Street for reservations Call h pm lock 9411 Newport by. The Law need Early education on labor we frequently forget that education can do As much if not More to resolve labor disputes and bring about labor peace As favourable labor legislation. In mock cyms a value and a Uca Ted to the needs and problems of life. Where a citizenry is uneducated in any Field of social relationship such As labor relations it is obvious that the approach to that relationship will be through passion prejudice and extreme self interest. Jefferson stated that the basis Cracy Peoples problems by facts and logic. In Short implicit in the functioning of democracy is the need to be educated on All social relationships experienced by society and to the extent that any such relationship is ignored in our educational system to that extent citizens of a democracy will fail to adequately solve that social relationship. Is it any wonder therefore that inasmuch As the subject of labor relations is practically completely ignored in our schools that the approach to the entire question is based on extreme self interest passion and prejudice. Nothing rationalizes a relationship like a full understanding properly taught in our schools and if labor relations were taught in the Early and later years in school it would create in the minds of our citizens a Normal and objective viewpoint toward that social relationship. Laws of themselves can Only Aid if properly drawn and Laws like the Taft Hartley act merely continue and Widen the Sharp warfare Between capital and labor. Of their most acute problem housing. When Maxwell first presented his housing plan to the veterans organization it was received with tremendous enthusiasm by the members several score of whom pledged their Bonus Money to the plan in the event that the Bonus should pass. Since that time additional pledges have been received a a Campaign is now under Way to secure pledges from veterans and other interested investors. Inquiries should be addressed to Cincinnati chapter no. 1, american veterans committee p. O Box 1023, Cincinnati 2, o. We specialize i n printing Union newspapers Union stationery Union agreements Western printing co we print the Sun 534 Sycamore Street main 6682
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