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The Sun (Newspaper) - October 24, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioGel your friends to vote a first Choice need Block workers Rollin 1l Everett t1 11 a Sil it 20 h a sopi1 a a maker univ new 1� 00$ a Ruta matter june a a Pott off toe at Cincinnati 2, , under the act of March 3. 1879. Vol. 8, no. I intensive last october 24, 1947 w it by Rollin h. Everett do working men have an interest in City government the answer of the Republican organization apparently is a a not for its spokesmen Ai be that by abolishing or they can keep labor out of Council. At least they can keep any labor Man who is not okayed by boat a Fred so 1 me her out. And this year Boss Schneller did not see fit to Okay any labor Man for Council. But lets look at the facts when the children of working men play they do not go to a country club nor to a Michigan Camp for the summer. They go to the City playgrounds. When the children of working men Are ill they often go to the general Hospital. Read the list when a child is killed by an Auto while playing on some crowded narrow Street it generally is the child of a working Man. Of a working Man gets a University education it Likely will be at the University of Cincinnati. But Indian Hill which pays no taxes to us and sends few students there has one third control of the us Board on which there is no working Man. You can go on Down the list of City services and you will find that it is working men who have the keenest interest in them. Why is it then that the political organization wants to exclude freely chosen representatives of working people from City Council the answer simply is that the organization is wedded to real estate interests which make excessive profits out of rentals on houses where working people live. It is in the control of men who Are anti labor. It does not want slums rents prices Gas rates police administration and various other subjects concerning working people discussed in Council wanted wage Cut one of its handpicked councilmen never elected by the peo pie said in the press last week that he not Only was a Good businessman but understood the problems of working people. He is the same councilman who advocated a wage Cut As the Way to lower prices. It would be interesting to hear him explain that theory to the wives of our working men in Cincinnati. On the other hand there Are other candidates running for Council who agree with me that the welfare of the working people is tied up to the welfare of the whole Community. Working people should study Well before the vote nov. 4, and consider whether they want councilmen elected on the platform of excluding labor from Council or candidates who believe in representation in Council for working people As Well As business and professional people. An drive with the Aid of Many additional Block workers must be had if Rollin h. Eve Council and proportional representation or is to be saved fac leaders declared this week. The Appeal for additional persons who will serve As Block workers to assist in distributing literature and in it 11 log o it Tow a nov. 4, was declared to be urgent Krupit co Pac director stopped in Cincinnati to Confer with the local leaders. A it h e greatest danger a Kroll declared is overconfidence. Too Many people have the idea that Everett is week Vine streets. The Telephone number is Parkway 6071, the fact is that he has far More Competition for first Choice votes than he had two years ago a and the Republican organization is making Plain their desire to get him out of Council by their introduction of the amendment to get rid of or. We have reason to be proud of his record in Council. From now until election Day we should drive to see that he gets an overwhelming approval at the persons willing to Volunteer to work whenever they can from now until after the election is Over should Call Pac Headquarters in the railway brother Hood building second floor. Court and Jack Methard Pac director and Robert Smith assigned Here from the state fac staff Are in assigning workers Tii Herman is giving Overall fac direction while William Black Cio Council president and Robert j. Davidson regional director Are Campaign co chairmen. Follow. Ing is a list of neighbouring Ward chairmen to Date with the approximate areas covered by the various wards War East Forkner cd 4830 Waid 2 Oakley Mudi Soti j a who re Homer by 0451 w Ward 3 East end Evanston a c. Albrecht 3434 Wood Burn Joseph sepate in 4813, a 2450 Ward 4 Hyde Park Tom Strouse 6817 Bramble by 3498 w Ward 5 Hyde Park East Walnut Hills Howard Forkner. Cd 4830 Ward 6 downtown Bob Smith a 6071 Ward 7 Bond Hill Rose Lawn Scott Ferguson 1870 Garden Lane me 3145 Ward 8 it. Auburn it. Adams Ray Mcintosh 953 Windsor to 8389 Ward 9 Walnut Hills Jack Methard a 6071 Ward 10 12th Street Uptown George Webb 45 East Mcmicken Lester Mccart 36 e. Clifton Ward 11 Fairview Robert Carnahan 2328 Chickasaw a 8189 Ward 12 Clifton Corryville mrs. Eva sepate 3131 Bishop in 4813 Ward 13 Avondale Ben her Man 725 Greenwood a 0827, a 2450 Ward 14 Kennedy Heights pleasant Ridge a1 Jordan in 6929 Harry Carpenter 2222 Langdor farm Road a. Ward 15 Clifton Cummins Ville a1 Jordan 11 West Street in 6929 wards 16, 17, 18 West end James Mclendon and Paul Schearer 1304 Baymiller do 6976 Ward 19 from Liberty Street to Fernbank Cecil Scott 676 Fairbanks a 6252 Ward 20 East Price fill o-v11 Ovol of Raij dank.&7 vhf v2.>2 wards 21 and 22 Fairmount Northside Camp Washington a it a 6149waid 23 College Iii Ray Sowder me 9803, Ward 24 Winton place Carthage Hartwell Ray Sowder me 9803 Ward 25 West Price Hill Elmer Kaufman 1631 first Avenue or 3498, i 0811. Ward 26 Westwood Harold Braun 2777 Shaffer a1 Anderson a 7213-w. Additional names will be published next week in the Sun party posses fighting or vote to keep it says Kroll living Cost still soars i Washington up a retail prices for the average family in american cities Rose another 1% during the july 15 to aug. 15 period a preliminary report from the Bureau of labor statistics said oct 17. The july Mark had been an Al time High Point Dairy products meat and eggs caused the monthly Rise of almost 2% in food prices bus said leaving the Consumers Price Index 11% higher than a year ago and 62% Over the immediate prewar level bus also said wholesale prices As of oct. 11 were 25.4% higher than one year ago. Oiler Side of news shift to saturday the other Side of the news Cio s own local radio program will no longer be heard on monday night but will be heard for two weeks at 645 p. Over Wal beginning this saturday. The loss of monday night was due to previous commitments by the station to a network. The program with Rollin h. Everett As commentator. Has been on the air since last Spring. A every working Man and woman in Cincinnati should vote to keep the or voting system a Jack Kroll National director of the Pac declared during a visit to Cincinnati this week. A Only by the or method of electing candidates can labor be sure of getting its fair share of representatives in City Hall. And it Means More than that. Under the new plan proposed the political Bosses can pick any kind of Stooge As the labor candidate. But if the City uses or the labor candidates must be Strong Independent minded citizens to have any Chance of getting labor Kroll pointed out that political machines Are always dissatisfied with or. In new York City it is tammany Hall the democratic machine which is fighting or. In Cincinnati it is the ninth Street Republican machine. A in neither Case do the political Bosses mean any Good to the common people a he said. A go out on election Day and vote no on the proposal to repeal or. That Means you Are voting to keep or. That Means you done to want any political machine to get monopoly control of City Hall with labor on the outside looking United labor plans rally in Norwood a striking example of teamwork in political action is under Way in Norwood. Members of the Cio and the Al and Independent liberals Are working together harmoniously in support of a slate of candidates for City offices. This group the United labor civic committee of Norwood will hold its first Public rally at 8 p. M., Friday oct. 24 at the Junior order Hall on Weyer Avenue. R. Edward Tepe democratic candidate for mayor will speak. All 14 candidates endorsed by the committee will be present. Labor Union members who Are candidates on the democratic ticket and Are endorsed by the United labor group Are Joseph Sheay for 4th Ward councilman John Deiters for Council president Leonard Rolsen for coun cil treasurer Earl Chesney and Dave Wilson for councilmen at Large and John Schwallie for 6th Ward councilman the other candidates endorsed by the United labor civic committee Are John c. Hagerty for councilman at Large George Reynolds for 1st Ward councilman Ralph Achten for 2nd Ward councilman Coleman will gig for auditor and Joseph Sheay or. For City solicitor. Roosevelt favored or idea judge reveals Franklin d. Roosevelt favored the or method of voting for new York City judge Samuel Seabury disclosed in a radio talk last week. According to the new York times of oct. 9. Judge Seabury said Quot or. Roosevelt then new York governor told or George Hal Lett that he thought proportional representation with its Opportunity for minority expression and criticism would be a substantial charter tammany Hall is leading a drive to abolish or in new York City at the november election. Judge Seabury pointed out that while the politicians attack or to keep a unpopular minorities communists out of City Hall the real reason is that or has Given republicans labor and independents seats in Council. In the 1931 election the last one before or tammany elected 65 of the 66 members of Council. A a a sat % _ t o save or vote

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