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The Cincinnati Sun (Newspaper) - December 25, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioChoi a by a fogey a kit miners Fla dung bottling to bks 00 a i a vhf Wev if a a. It�11? of Trtol publication of the a a Reader Fitin tinned Indus Trout i Ilion Routi Eil Cio All Wool 7075 Tweed topcoats regular $42.50 values j __5 vol. 21. No. 7 a a Cincinnati. Ohio entered As second class matter. June 78. 1844 at the Post Niue no tilt to a t 1 <111 at Cincinnati Ohio under act of March a 1818 b my i i1iim 1 a a a a c41 y to by Steve Chevalier executive Secretary Cio Council a unique Public pilgrimage last monday night. Dec. 21, reminded greater Cincinnat ians that Christmas is the feast of Christ a birth and it gave deeper meaning to their pre Christmas preparations. Under the direction of the Christ in Christmas committee hundreds gathered at fifth and Vine streets at 8 30 . And took part in a procession from the Market place a of the downtown shopping District to the crib set up in Lytle Park. Church choirs and College and High school choral groups were stationed along the route and their singing of the Beautiful carols could be heard for several squares. They too joined the soul inspiring procession As it moved fast toward the crib wherein Lay the babe in the Manger. As i walked along with the Many others old and Young Rich and poor of every race color and Creed. I thanked Tny cod that i teas so blessed As to live in these great i i Ted states of America where the cancerous evil of communism has failed to take Root. And As i stood w Ith my Young laughter within the shadows of the creche in Lytle Park listening to the Beautiful singing of the heart warming carols i just could t experience the Complete Joy which one would be expected to feel during such a wonderful occasion for my heart reminded me of the terrible sadness and suffering of those millions behind the red Iron curtain. Yes we in America do have so much to be thankful for Cio wins 3 elections the past 10 Days have Een three More wins chalked up for Cio. At the Dayton steel foundry the vote was 179 for Cio steel workers 109 for the Al. At Cincinnati tool it was �9 for the due Cio and 39 for no Union. And at local 390, retail and wholesale clerks Cio. It was Cio 375 and Al teamsters 150. No raiding Washington la another no payroll tax for Jordan councilman a1 Jordan once again this week reiterated his opposition to a payroll tax As he issued the following statement a i am not speaking As a councilman but As a representative of the Cincinnati Cio Council. A the Cio is unalterably opposed to the payroll tax or City earnings tax because it considers this kind of tax an extremely unfair tax since it is not based on the principle of a ability to a the Cio believes that additional revenues Are needed to operate the City in 1954. Therefore the Cio is in favor of submission of a real estate tax Levy in an amount necessary to balance the budget for 1954.�?o holds building Bee Parkersburg w. A. La a when the uninsured Home of Charles and Hazel Harrison burned to the ground fellow members of local 9, cio1 textile workers. Aided by Al carpenters staged a two Dav building Bee. The result was a four room element Block Hou get for the Harrisons and their three children. C were 601 no % to give ? step in the quest for Unity in i the american labor movement was taken when the Heads of the american federation of a labor and the Congress of Industrial organizations signed the a no i raiding Quot agreement on behalf of the two Parent organizations and the locals directly affiliated with them. It becomes effective on Jan. 1. 1954, but is not binding on International unions until their j officers sign the agreement an event planned for Early in 1954. President Walter p. Reuther and Secretary treasurer James b. Carev signed for the Cio and president George Meany and Secretary treasurer William f. Schnitzler for the Al. Mcany said he had had no indication from any of the Al affiliates that they would not sign the agreement and Reuther told the press he had authorizations in hand from unions repro sen Ting 98 percent of the Cio membership. J a what we have signed today i is a fire agreement a Reuther said. A now we Are f i getting ready to move on to the i peace conference and we do not anticipate the delays that have 1 he i. I�,., marked the korean situation. We Are sure we will be Able to get Jour peace negotiations under Way i at about that time pint of pm -4� l j blood you be to the Prince of peace by Steve Chevalier executive Secretary Cio Council the other Day i received a personal Christmas card from a Friend the wording of which impressed me very much. Its greetings were As follows a May god bless you in his Christmas Day and All the Days that after Reading it. A said to myself. Here is a message that is much More than just a one Day Christmas wish for it says. A and All the Days that what finer greeting could anyone receive than a wish that god will bless you All your Days one just does no to hear very often any More those kind Friendly expressions a bless your a bless you my child a a god be with you a or a god bless you my they were common expressions in the Good old Days when folks were close to one another. It certainly would be wonderful if we human beings would practice the Christmas spirit All the year round. I Don t mean the exchanging of material gifts. No. I mean the sincere exchanging of Friendly greetings the kindness tolerance patience and Charity which Are so essential in bringing us closer to our god. The three things that i like about Christmas Are the pealing of the Church Bells As they invite the worshippers to Manifest their Faith the Hope in the heart of the innocent child As it hangs its stocking by the fireside Charity the desire to give rather than received to forgive. I do sincerely from the Bottom of my heart wish you a very merry Christmas and i Bright and prosperous new year. May you experience Good health Success and Contentment during the whole of 1954. Is Mary s though she was with child there was t any room for her at. The inn and she was forced to seek shelter in a stable. And shortly thereafter he was born and they wrapped him in swaddling clothes and plated him in a Manger. Mary Mother of god experienced Many trials and tribulations and much suffering the Climax of which was her agony As she Knelt at the foot of the Cross upon which was nailed his crucified body. Like Mary through tin Ages countless mothers have borne their sufferings uncomplaining by. At Valley forge Gettysburg the Marne and Normandy. During the terrible depression years. Yes during Quot every kind of major disaster in times of War and peace like Mary their sacrifices were Many their hardships and sufferings were severe but they possessed the courage and fortitude to endure Given. To them by the god in whom they had undying Faith. And so As we experience the Joys of this Christmas Day and pay homage to the Prince of peace let us also say a glory to her for whom there was no place in the inn. Quote of the wee practice the Christmas spirit every Day

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