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The Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioPage 4 i be Sun a 1 attend weekly pub sned by tin greater Cincinnati Industrial i Nion Council Cio pc Terea As Secona c ass matter Jure �0, 19a at Rne Post office at Cincinnati i Ohio under Quot act of a Arch 3. 1879 editor. Holly a h. Everett office.15 East eight st., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Telephone. Main 4813 executive Board William Black. Ray Tucker Elmer Kauffman de Hellkamp. John Dehner. Arthur Hartmann Walter Grainger George Grigsby Willis Wilder Isaac Bradshaw Wilfred Porter Max Sien Hugo Klug James Wigbell Clarence Rau Ray Sowder. Earl Davis Nathaniel Jordan. Subscription. 52.00 per year. The Sun congressman drip by Yomen Dors l Ull Waul it i i4iii sen. Robert a. Taft is looking fondly Back to 1939, when there were 9 million unemployed. That is what levelling off wages at 50 to 60 per cent above 1939 would Means or worse. Of 1.juuo r statistics reports a Rise in the Wing that great. And the by foes Quot not take pm minimum in Ris Rit to. To so we follow Taft and go Back to a Large Pool of unemployed which such a relation Between prices and income inevitably would Means then the Taft Hartley act will really begin to show its Teeth. With a Pool of unemployed to use in beating Down wages further anti labor employers would have the w hip they want. Taft puts his emphasis on wages then mildly admits some p refits May be excessive. He would have been closer right had he said there May be a few industries not making excessive profits today. Our great evil before the War was that wages were not High enough to provide the purchasing Power which would support full employment. And today were Industry Content with reasonable profits prices would not be where they Are. Instead we would be approaching a situation of production at prices Low enough and wages High enough to support full production. But tafts solution is for people to eat less and eat less extravagantly. That simply Means that the Standard of living of the lower income families must be lowered and their health impaired by inadequate food. No one is fooled that those who were responsible for the breaking of Price controls those who Are piling up tremendous profits Are going to eat less or eat less extravagantly. Southern w Orerg seek pay raise w Atlanta a up a to nut the pyramiding Cost of living and to eliminate North South pay differentials the textile worker Union Cio will ask Southern Mill owners for a 15c general wage increase. The action was decided upon at a conference of delegates Here representing 125,000 Union men it Bers employed in 190 Mills. The body adopted a Resolution talking for immediate reopening of negotiations. There is no justification a wage differentials Twuwa exec. Vice pres. George Baldanzi told the group since southerners work just As hard and efficiently As workers in other sections of the country and Tishow that live Ostuni the South Are on a Par with those m the res of the ?6vv a War a Ortr 2 weve come a Long Way since controls ended he drip the Law the Oakley building and loan co. 3140 Madison Road Titan s on Horne Phil s men s shop men and boy s Wear 3152 Madison re. Oakley 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 Hemlock 9411 Newport by. Wurm amp Harrison tire amp rubber co. Largest Independent tire store in Cincinnati n. E. Court amp race a 2080 lists rights of veterans widows Many widows and children of world War i veterans Are unaware that they Are entitled to certain compensations from the United states government to which world War ii widows and children Are entitled. Subject to several important restrictions which will be enumerated later in this article a widow of a world War i or world War ii Veteran is entitled to payment of $42 monthly. If she has a child As defined later she is entitled to $54 and $6 More for each additional child. Where there is no widow but one child As defined later that child is entitled to $21.60 a month two children $16.20 each three children $10.80 each. Under no circumstances can a widow and children of the Veteran of either War receive More than $88,80 monthly under this provision. The term a a child is defined As one under 18 years of age or who prior to reaching the age of 18 has been permanently incapacitated for self support because of a mental or physical defect. If payments to a child began when said child was 18 the payments will continue to the age of 21 if said child or children were entered in a school or College approved by the veterans administration. If a widow remarries payments to her cease at once but the payments to the children can continue. However if a widow without child or children has an annual income in excess of $1000 per year or a widow with child or children has an annual income exceeding $2500 per year no payments Are to be made under the provisions of this Section any payments by the United states of America because of disability or death under Laws administered by the veterans administration shall not be considered As part of a widows or child a income. All inquiries should bed dressed to the veterans administration who have an office her in Cincinnati Ohio. 1946 was the Best profits year in the history of retailing. Profit of 59 major retail companies Rose 122.8% Over 1945 but number of sales were Only 32% higher. A meat animal prices averaged 50% higher during the Firat half of 1947 than under put ceilings a year amp f Arew special Purchase of boys shoes Fine shoes made by the manufacturer of Buster Browns a Are now available to you at a Price far below that which you might expect. Brown Grain Moc toe Oxford made on the boy scout last with non skid sole and rubber Heel. Sizes 1 to 6. Width a c. D. 4.9 Mobley a boys shoes second flock

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