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The Sun (Newspaper) - October 10, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioThe sum 4 my iii.2 t7> 30, 2, 9. Profits go lip and up Rise 127 per cent in �?T47 yes in tries. 39 manufacturing few York up a Industry profits for the first half of 1947 soared 127% above the Corre-1 the compilation showed a com spending six months of 1946, an bind net income of $1,503,385,-Independent Survey by the new1 365 a Rise of 127% Over the $662, 792,28c profit recorded in the first 1 of k i Iii vol. 7. No. 25 Tober 10. 1947 the increase was conceded to be a a remarkable by times financial writer c. M. Beckert who halt of last year. Beckert attributed the enormous increase in profits to a the huge demand for Little _ lessens on in. Surveyed profits of 296 compan durable consumer goods higher larger exports and prices handed the steel chemical automobile and electrical manufacturing industries led the list in reporting Indus i the Best results Over a year ago. Profits of 10 steel leaders were $180,334,824, compared to $74.-553,222 in the first six months of 1946. Twenty two chemical firms against $118,242,072 the previous year. The Auto Industry showed the biggest jump chalking up a profit of $205,927,380 in contrast to a reported loss of $14,741,783 in the first half of 1946. The electrical manufacturing bigwigs reaped $67,457,255, compared to $11,245,-503 in the previous period. Sex Agpkgs-1"� a a Bess per cession War Hys Refesa your vote Only counts for one candidate under or say the ninth Street political Bosses who1 always have the a Best interests of the common people in their hearts. What they say is technically True and if you were the Only Man or woman voting in Cincinnati. It would be Good reason to throw or out. But you done to vote alone just As you done to form a Union alone. For example you pick the nine candidates you like. A lot of other people Are picking the same ust with different choices for no. 1, no. 2, Etc. The Beauty of the t or system is that your individual vote goes to whichever one of your candidates needs it most and has the Best Chance of winning. Elect eve one of your Nln Itcan two i dilates who wins. The people on your team those who picked the same nine Are working together. Only one Man on a football team can carry the Ball at one time but every Man is helping to score a touchdown. Abor Sparks record vote registration labor turned in one of the most amazing registration jobs last week in the history of Cincinnati politics. Over 52,000 names went onto the registration books in Hamilton county on the last Day and in the preceding weeks. And it definitely was a registration of working people observers agreed working people angry Over High prices and Over the manipulations of the political machine. A if the working people will pitch in now and work to turn out the vote nov. 4, As they did to turn out the registration a one Veteran observer said a there is no question the political Bosses will take a trimming in the the political action committee was tuning up for that very Job this week. Robert Smith of the state staff had joined ack Methard in directing the organization of Block and precinct workers to distribute literature local j Anco be out the vote. The International unions were contributing time of their men to the Job. A continued on Page 91 try to keep Public out Columbus two Republican Secretary treasurer of the Ohio lawmakers from Cincinnati tried j Cio Council at the opening meet last Friday to keep the Public in8 Thomas Patton counsel for . Out of the meetings at which new Republic steel and a Board Mem under or every group wins Abor legislation for Ohio is be j ber immediately approved the exactly the number of seats its in8 studied j i Tea of secret sessions saying vote entitles it to win. Under the lawmakers Are senator an open door policy would the new system proposed 40 per Fred Reiners and rep. Gordon a Handicap the commissions cent of the voters could win All Renner. The a secret session work a nine Council seats. That can to idea which they supported lost Lavelle retorted that Patton a happen with or. J out 5 to 4, when a majority of Point of View a was consistent remember your vote Only the nine Man commission insist wit1 the mood that prevails counted once for Roosevelt. It de that Public business should be when the Senate passed the Van was the voting teamwork of Mil 1 conducted in Public Lions of americans that elected Riners chairman of the labor a turn. J study commission raised the vote no on the amendment to question of barring the Public 1� Oul sense of democracy abolish or j when he spied William Lavelle anyone should give voice to a the idea of excluding the Public Aken Bill closed doors secrecy and intrigue. He added that it is a abhor Back i fight councilman Rollin h. Everett is in Iler fire today by Llie Forres Lii Ali Baek High prices rents slum and political Boss ism he 18 under fire berati8e be a spoken out in the interests of working people and the Small business and professional people. The real estate Board has publicly demanded his defeat. The Cincinnati enquirer reported that the move to abolish proportional representation was partly to gel rid of him. These forces Don t like councilmen like Rollin Everett. Lets answer their Challenge by a flock of first Choice votes hacking his fight by getting our friends and neighbors to vote first Choice for. Rollin h. Everett then vote w Ith the numerals 2 to 8, for these other Cio endorsed candidates in the order you May prefer them Harry Proctor Theodore m. Berry Albert Iash Leo j. Moelder Frank Simpson Charley p. Taft and Edward n. Wald Vogel. A Everett for Council Louii Pittee William Black and Robert j. Of Vid Sou co chairmen. When legislation affecting a million organized workers in Ohio is being when the vote was taken on secret sessions Patton and a country lawmaker sided with Renner and Reiners but the majority said senator Reiners has the reputation Here of being a Good and True Friend of the Ohio chamber of Commerce and the Ohio manufacturers association. Renner is known in his Home City As a faithful a messenger boy of the Republican political machine which is now engaged in trying to Pawn off a trick voting system on Cincinnati citizens to replace or. Traffic 133 Ign mls Odo Itil councilman reports mayor deserts his baby Dodges Pras a too hot by Rollin h. Everett the mayor of Cincinnati is too Busy glad Handog to enter into a Campaign this year. So the times Star reports. And reports in political circles Are that some of his fellow Republican councilmen Are not so Happy about it particularly Thosa already in Council. They were elected by the voters. But none of them was Good enough in the eyes of Bose Fred Schneller to be mayor when Jim Stewart stepped out. So Schneller handed them prosecutor Carl Rich and said a a Here a your Man. Vote for thus he became the first mayor not elected by the people but appointed by order of a political Boss. The new mayor repaid that favor by tossing in a hot potato for Schneller the proposal to abolish or. Now Rich is letting his fellor Everett candidates juggle it while he says he is Toa Busy to Campaign. Maybe no one told him you can t be appointed every time that you have to be elected. But even the press agent he hired at soon As he became mayor should have told him that. Or maybe he just does t want to discuss the issues in this came pain particularly How a political Boss named a mayor and the relationship Between that and the Boss s Effort to get rid of or and control the whole Council. A Hals off to w. T. Woodall i received a Telephone Call this week from a t. Woodall 129 Mason Street. He had just finished polling his neighbourhood and it being his first such experience he thought other workers should know what he Learned. A i listed 98 people 50 per cent of whom were not registered and the rest of whom had not intended to vote a he reported. A when i explained to them Why working people really do have a Staka in City government most of them promised to Register and vote. A the real trouble is that they Haven to understood what politics meant to them they looked on it kind of like a baseball game m which if you were a Democrat you cheered when the democrats won or if a Republican when the republicans won a they did no to understand that the charter group is made up both of democrats and Independent republicans with real labor representation in it to speak up for the working Man. They did no to understand until i told them that real issues were at stake. A that my Friend a or. Woodall said a is Why machine politics exist. The voters Are kept ignorant of what is at stake. Put a Good Man in every Block to Tell them and it will be a different or. Woodall is a machinist at the american can co., member of local 1861, United steelworkers. He has for years worn two artificial legs. But that did no to Stop him from polling his neighbourhood

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