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The Cincinnati Sun (Newspaper) - January 8, 1954, Cincinnati, OhioIt a we i publication of the greater Cincinnati Industrial Linion Council the a Kcf Utate s univ clothes 5 Cincinnati Stop ii All Wool Tweed topcoats regular $42.so value j vol. 21, no. 9 Cincinnati Ohio Eit Farelli at to cent Datt a Sartor jew no 2�,, 1144 fact Fotz office at Cinci ohm. Nde act of n Srch s. 1171 january a 1954cio still against payroll tax by Walter t. Grainger president greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council Cio in april 1955 by unanimous vote of the delegates representing 35, x 0 members the greater Cincinnati Industrial u Nion Council went on record As follows a the Cio is Nalter Ash opposed to the payroll tax. It is a regressive tax that places the tax Burden on the Low income groups least Able to pay. If the City is faced with an emergency and we believe that it is we suggest Quot i a the re evaluation of investment property which in our opinion would alleviate the City a financial condition Cincinnati ranks 34th on the list of 41 codes of comparable size in the matter of property tax rate. 2 a the Cio believes that any tax imposed upon the citizenry should be submitted to a referendum. Quot if the above is not acceptable the Cio favors the following course a a the resubmission of the extra property tax Levy if legally practical b a an amendment to the City charter raising the tax limitation or c a a graduated income tax based on ability to pay with proper exemptions in the lower income declaring that tie believes the citizens of Cincinnati should decide which method should be used to raise funds to alleviate the Cit a it financial crisis in 1954, councilman a1 Jordan also Sug Gest cd a five Point program to by pursued. They mrm m cur a Ful study Mia bud01 to make All possible Conow Nina exploration of fur Iuar tax retinue incl dust m Hotal room tax for transients a urd raising of the parking Motay i it Aas a evaluation of Rami oat a to pro parti a Graplar r a turn to Rha City from tha a Fata of Santoa tax Funda and r a Mata tamant of the extra tax Lavy which Vox Dafa Atad in november. He said that he believes a special election to be held within so Days would determine whether the voters want to raise the taxing authority of the City or whether they favor a City income t a this has been suggested by councilmen Theodore m. Berry and Harry j. Gauigan Chat Sterite members of councils finance committee. Councilman William Cody Kelly Republican member of the committee is on record As favouring a 10 per cent Cut in the j budget submission to the voters j of a 2 40-Mill extra Levy and the exploration of additional tevet us i from City services and present permit charges and fees. Jordan Weso said that a will Tway to opposed to a Flat i i Par Cam payroll tax Quot but if All Othar Mihoda to Raiana the Tsee dad Funda fail a Quot will consider Quot am income lax with a Hamption a shout Quot tha find 13.400 income Louft providing Lor a. Graduated tax. M tha tha higher Ioco Kaaa will pay a grouted Parra Antiga of tha local 1861, Usa co Plant Gate solicitations planned for Canco strike sett tamant was reached thus work in the nationwide strike against Continental can. But the american can. Co. Strike was still on As the Sun went to press. Below is the report from the Sun s local Canco correspondent. Plant. Well be seeing you soon. Please spread the word among your members. Well win graduates District 7 Secretary treasurer Wesley Steinhilber left presents a leadership train ing diploma to Mary France Jone local 771 stewardess. Other graduate shown left to right Are Myrtle a Rush Ethel w. I eve her Susenna Friedman Edna didday Grace Cal press Law roof Wolfe Viola Snow Myrtle Fowler Sarah Huber and guest speaker Jacob Daymen Ohio Cio Council Secretary treasurer. Tho a graduates not in attendance during presentation were Zola Harris Alonso Mason Lottie Partin Betty Jackson Martin j. Macke and Thelma Jean master. If Gordon Symes local 1861, Usa Cio a As our strike against the american can. Co. Enters its sixth week there Are no new developments. Your officers and committeeman Are doing a Good Job at the strike Headquarters daily. Our thanks to those Many faithful members who report for picket duty. They Are served a delicious soup made by Joe Martin who has voluntarily acted As chef from the first Day of the strike. Our thanks again to Bob Becker who has graciously permitted us space and Many favors at his j place of business. Also to Jack Palmer and others who see to it i that an ample Supply of fresh pm we cant Coffee is on hand daily. And lastly j y thanks to the members them j selves on strike who have and j Are continuing to make financial contributions to our welfare program. As our strike continues locally we Are preparing to set up Plant Gate collections at. Y our taking full advantages of a temporary Plant shutdown during the Holiday season were sixteen stewards and rank and file leaders of local 771, due Cio who completed the prescribed w of training furnished by them for their leadership. This strike no matter How Long it takes thanks again for your wonderful help in the past. We know we can count on you in the future. A a our next regularly scheduled Retiree s meeting will be on thursday. Jan 14, at 0 . In the usual place Junior order Hall. Knowlton a Corner. Thanks to brother Ai Triemplar who has contributed to our strike fund. Councilman not until after we had gone to press did we learn that the Santa Claus in last week s picture of the Christmas party for striking cemetery workers actually was councilman a1 Jordan. We thought you d like to know. Lamneck says he will run John h. Lamneck. Judge of the Ohio supreme court has announced he will be a candidate in the May democratic primaries to succeed himself for the unexpired term of the late judge Edward s. Matthias which expires on dec. 31, 1956. The local Union comprised of Ria tube producers has experienced a 38 per cent Lay off it solving More than 600 Cincinnati workers. Whitehouse s father Dies City Council judge Lamneck was appointed by gov. Frank j. Lausche to fill the vacancy created by the death of judge Matthias. Prior to his appointment. Judge ff0 Ait Lamneck had been state welfare director in governor Cabinet since january 1949. He served on the probate juvenile and common pleas court benches of Tuscarawas county for 24 years prior to being appointed state i welfare director. Cour their District 7 educational department. The course directed by Robert n. Eisner. District 7 educational director included sessions in labor history handling of grievances the duties of stewards working committees and other phases important to the secces Berry Whitehouse 78. Father d Ful operation of a local Union. A1 Whitehouse director of Drift. Strict 25. Usa Cio died this week upon completion of the various t. To ,. I at Louisville following a heart subjects the local Union feted the _ ,. ,., ,. Attack. A retired Farmer m graduates to a banquet in their county Kentuck we a Honor. The 16 graduates received a b,.peder and exhibitor of Fiew Gold embossed diplomas. They a. 0,.,., / trial Beagle hounds know also heard Jacob Dayman Ohio ,. A a. Throughout the Middle West. Cio Council Secretary treasurer and Wesley Steinhilber District survivors also include he 7 Secretary treasurer commend wife three daughters and four other sons including Richard Whitehouse of Covington. Serv ices were held in Louisville. Proceedings of City Council Are now being carried on radio station Saf each wednesday night at 3 . Keep informed. Listen to Council in action and learn who your friends Are. 14 pet. Raise Montreal la a the first Canadian contract for wire serv a ices brought american newspaper Guild members employed by the Canadian broadcasting corporation a 14 percent average i pay of the week big people give Praise Little people seek if Jordan offers five Point plan leadership training for be

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