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The Cincinnati Sun (Newspaper) - January 15, 1954, Cincinnati, OhioTmasz official publication of the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Cio the a Kcf a to amp a s u clothes 2 Cincinnati stores All Wool 10-j5 Tweed topcoats a regular $ values vol. 21, no. 10 Cincinnati Ohio entered at second last matter june 71. 1944 at the poet office at Cincinnati Ohio under act of March i 1119 january 15. The Only thing you have to fear is fear itself Franklin d. Roosevelt the words of Franklin Roosevell will live As Long As the cons inc and Momory of Man. The words of Rcpt Rovoll spoken and recorded in the heat of an historic economic and military is Rug Gin stand today not Only As a m Milestone on the Road to Universal civil and religious Liberty hut More important us a code of principles on which Progress along that course must inevitably be based. Neither time nor circumstances alters them. Only the enemies of the common people a r Thair Validity. By Steve Chevalier executive Secretary Cio Council never in the entire history of these great United states of am Ica has any person contributed As much to the welfare of All the people As did the immorta1 president Franklin d Roosevelt. I say All the people because he Mout certainly did Render priceless and in Many cases thankless service to All the citizens of America regardless of their race color Creed or station in life. We m f. D. R. Took Over the leadership of our gov a i men it a that Bleak solemn Day of March 4. 1933 a government 1 b for several years prior had been leaderless thl country was in a state of Complete economic chaos. All of the Phat brains of big business had failed miserably to 4 e the terrible economic depression. Ano a with a dejected feeling of defeatism big business wont to Washington where it begged f. D. R for help <1 was t socialistic then for big business to ask Foi and receive Federal Aid when confronted with a major disaster. That term was applied later when the Little folks were Given assistance. It was like the Story that Bishop Sheen told the other night on . He said there Are two kinds of people when the one kind gets too much to drink he is intoxicated while when the other gets too much he is a drunkard with the guidance of f. D. R. And the Aid of the Federal on saturday night january 30, 1 there is going to be a Friendly gathering at the Netherland Hall of Mirror in commemoration of the immortal. President Franklin d. Roosevelt. Your c i o. Council is one of the sponsors of this com me oration g Albering. There will be a half hour to splendid musical entertainment begging at 7 30 p m. Son Tom Burk who Vuc appointed by gov. Frank la ache to serve out the unexpired term of the Ute Sunu Lor Taft will be the principal speaker Madam Frances Perkins who was Secretary of labor in the Roosevelt Cabinet will make a Brief talk. The Cost of admission is 5� c per ticket. All proceeds left it ver after expenses Are paid will a donated to the warm Springs foundation to continue its i i against polio. Every Cio Mem be i can Mam pc t his gratitude ind i Spect to president Roosevelt or purchasing one or More tickets and by asking his neighbors friends and relatives to do likewise. Call the to Council office Palt in 71 or a 2550, for information. You can also Call a 2550, the Acra office and ask top Emma Ferrari. City Council on the air government big business was re established on a very sound financial footing. And it the Iamb time millions of Little folks City Dull hrs and Farmers experienced a restoration of Faith and continued on Pege s proceedings of cite coo<9 Are now being hurried on radio station Wasai each wednesday night at 8 pm. Keep informed. Listen to Council in action and learn who your friends 10 Honor for they gave others May so walk that again by Steve Chevalier a., i r i lit i if you fail to stand for something you Are quote of the week sure to fall for anything. Executive Secretary Cio Council let the above be said of every Cio member of greater Cincinnati through his voluntary contribution to the Hamilton county polio fund. Yes Brothers Viivi Sist amp. Wherever you see a fight polio Container drop some change or a Bill into it. Once again May i Renand you that the fight against polio is not the responsibility of a few individuals or a few local unions but is the duty of every Cio member in this Community. Be Suverly criticize the free riders in the plants because they refuel to participate in our Union while at the same time they gladly accept All the benefits derived from Union negotiating. Then let us not be free riders in the knockout fight against polio. Let us not push the Burden upon the other fellow. Let us All do our share now let us always remember that but for the merciful Grace of almighty god we too would be a victim of this terrible disease. Let us Manifest our gratitude by making a Liberal contribution that others might walk again and that Many thousands May be spared through inno Cullion. It costs several thousands of dollars to treat one polio Case. Do you have that kind of Money if this terrible disease should strike a member of your family do you know of any greater contribution you could make than the giving of a Dollar or two to foe used in continued research experimental inoculation and positive treatment in this All out struggle against dreaded polio just think the contribution you make can help make it possible for a child to walk again

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