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The Sun (Newspaper) - September 19, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioHearings on Everett rent proposals Are scheduled vol. 7, no. 22 september 19, 1917 two Public hearings on rent control proposals by councilman Roll in h. Everett have been scheduled by City councils Law committee. The first hearing at 2 p. No monday sept. 29, will Deal with rent control on hotel housing accommodations. These have been free of control since last june 30. Everett proposed on aug. 6 that a temporary ordinance be adopted limiting such rents to 15 per cent Over the june 30 level effective to oct. 15. He proposed that meanwhile Council study possible legislation to determine what would be just to the owners and tenants. The second hearing will be at 2 p. M. Monday oct. 20, on the general rent problem. Everett s proposal aug. 6 on this was that a Resolution be adopted calling on gov. Herbert to Convene the More than 1000 delegates attending the Ohio Cio convention at. Cleveland Over the weekend thundered their approval of a legislature to take action on. Evictions and to enact rent control Laws effective should Federal control expire next feb. 29. Setting of the Public hearings monday followed a Sharp Exchange in Council last week Between Everett and mayor Carl Rich chairman of Law committee. In which Everett charged a stalling Quot on the question. He asked if there had been any Deal Between the Council majority and the real estate Board exchanging bottling up of the rent question for support of an extra tax Levy. The mayor expressed personal resentment at the question. Everett earlier had suggested night Public hearings on the ques-111. 11 w o r k i n g m1,#� be Abie to attend the hear both sides of the question should be heard thoroughly so the City would be in position to act justly should Congress and the legislature fail to act. Lion calling for All political of convention reelected unanimous j amalgamated clothing workers fort toward turning the tide by president Jack Kroll National of America and Secretary treas against the program of reaction Cio Pac director1 and manager led by sen. Robert a. Taft. The of the Cincinnati joint Board user William Lav Elle who Are shown at the right shaking hands. 44 you Are not wanted a a largest Ohio Cio convention tells Taft the largest Ohio Cio convention Ever held agreed unanimously on a program highlighted by an attack on the policies of sen. Robert a. Taft. Cincinnati delegates reported this week upon their return from Cleveland. The convention determined to show the widespread Public objection to Taft ism by circulating petitions throughout Ohio seeking millions of signatures calling on Taft to resign from the Senate. Also unanimous was the re election by acclamation of Jack Kroll National Pac director and manager of the Cincinnati joint Board amalgamated clothing workers of America As president and will Iam Lavelle As Sec Reta Ryt re As user. The whole Cincinnati delegation was Active in the convention George Grigsby president of local 214, fur and leather workers was reelected to the state executive Board As a vice president. Reflected from Cincinnati As Wace presidents were Arthur Hai a Mann amalgamated clo thing workers and Ray Sowder United steelworkers. Sowder was elected second High in the election of 17 vice presidents. The political action session in addition to bitterly charging Taft with disservice to Ohio and America called for return of government to principles of the new Deal and completed charting the Council s course for that coming year with the director straight for United political action on the state and nation a level. Only answer is Pac principal discussion entered around the bread and butter Price situation and the Taft Hartley Bill. Delegates heartily concurred with major speakers that the Only answer was a Jimmy Higgins Quot political action work. Four National Cio officers addressed the Convent Ion which met for four Days last week in Cleveland. They were Allan Haywood vice president James Carey Secretary treasurer Jack Kroll and John Brophy director of councils. John Gibson assistant Secretary of labor also spoke. About 100 Cincinnati delegates attended the convention. Serving on committees were Henry Seibert act tellers commit tee chairman Elmer Eismann of i Jerry Maxey formerly of local local 766, United electrical radio and. Machine workers tellers committee Ray Sowder chairman credentials committee Nathaniel Jordan of local 809, United transport service employees officers report committee William. Black of Usa and Walter Grainger act. Leg Stative committee Ben Herman act Earl Davis use and 647, United Auto workers All serving on the committee. William Kircher state educational chairman for Law served on. The education committee. Praise auxiliary report delegates praised the report from the Ohio Cio Council of women a auxiliaries Given by mrs. Lolitha Jordan newly Al nearly 6000 have registered but 50,000 Are unregistered the registration drive had put almost 6000 voters Back on the Board of election books by the Middle of this week. But a tremendous Job remained with 50,-000 less registered in Cincinnati than in 1944. The drop in registration is due to the Board having stricken off 5g.000 who have not voted in the last two years. 3. You registered under your Maiden name and have since married. 4. You failed to vote at the november elections of 1945 and 1946, even though you were previously registered. 5. You last voted a soldiers Absentee ballot when you were not registered and have since returned to civilian life. Registration in recent weeks of you Are in doubt whether or has been heavier than is Normal before a municipal election and credit for getting the voters Back on the books largely is Given to the efforts of labor. The following Are the registration requirements you must Register if 1. You have moved since your last registration. 2. You have become 21. A War starts full Price control Zombie Price control decontrol now this housewife went to Market in sept. 1939 and filled her Basket for $16. Now it costs her for the seme amount of food. Her 1939 Dollar it Worth 47cl Federated pictures Courtesy pm i . Not your registration is valid Telephone the Board of elections Cherry 8130. How and where to Register any citizen 21 or Over who will have lived in Ohio for one year in Hamilton county for 30 Days and in his precinct for 28 Days prior to november 4thcan Register and then participate in elections. You can Register any time to october 6th at the Board of elections 622 Sycamore Street. Hours weekdays 8 30 . To 4 30 . Saturdays 8 30 . To 12 00 noon. The last Day for registration for the november elections is on monday october 6, 1947. Note on one Day Only october 6, the final registration Day a you can Register at your precinct polling place. On that Day the hours will be 10 00 . To 2 00 ., and 4 00 . To 9 00 work workers ill Molt a thursday the Cio committee for Everett will hold a special meeting at 8 ., thursday sept. 25 in room. 206. 101,5 Vine Street for All people doing precinct work for the Everett Campaign the committee announced wednesday to the greater Cincinnati Cio Industrial Union Council. Campaign literature and instructions will be Given out next thursday and the Campaign committee Hopes that All those who want to work for Everett a re election will attend the meeting and begin an intensive Campaign in the precincts and blocks. Wed n esd a a Council Meetin g opened with a recorded concert of ten labor songs Sung by Tom Glazer noted Ballad Singer. The Council s machine for playing this record and a number of others is available to All local unions for a $2.50 rental fee. Labor songs heard were Solidarity forever we shall not be moved hold the fort Casey Jones Roll the Union on on the line which Side Are you on Union maid what is it i Sec yonder and Joe Hill. Council went on record protesting the action of the British government in sending 4400 jewish refugees on the ship exodus 1947 Back to Germany and urging with the report of the United nations commission to admit 150,000 refugees to Palestine in the next two years. Philip Murray president Truman and the state dept Are to be informed of councils action. William Black Delegate from Council reported on the state Cio convention. Ray Sowder announced a Constitution committee meeting for 8 ., monday sept. 22 in room 806, Keith bldg. Council endorsed the Community Chest Campaign and announced that the Cio Chest group will meet with Chest officials at i dinner on sept. 29 at the Gibson important for vets and widows of vets the Low this week. Page 4, gives some valuable information for veterans and widows of veterans pertaining to terminal leave pay. This is a Good column to follow weekly. It gets Down to Earth with Legal information valuable to Union members and working people

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