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The Cincinnati Sun (Newspaper) - January 22, 1954, Cincinnati, OhioOfficial publication of the greater i wry Wimis a Industrial i Nion Council c to t1 or i Sbei _ a cd i Uuttu suit a Necdet r clothes / clothes 1 Cincinnati stores i Wool veed topcoats regular $42.50 value 29 .75 vol. 21, no. 11 it ind inti him a Shunji a a a a in Cwm flabtftoi1 Jim 21. I m k lbs it off a Cincinnati wider to a March 1, in january 22, 1951 phone girls Aid polio drive Cincinnati Long lines operators communication workers of America Cio will play an important part in the big a telethon for polio to be Over Wco to sat urday and sunday. Under the co Chain Enship of miss Ernie Locknane and miss Corkie Durham eight members of local 4351 will see that some 2.50 operators Are on hand for the telethon Manning nearly 100 telephones during the 16-hour non Stop show for the Benefit of the polio fund. The committee consists of Ellen Fetters Cloene Samules m Arion Martin Milito Job of Mary Ann Vogelpohl Ruby keel. Audrey Boehl. And Eileen Taylor thirteen major prizes with a new Auto for the grand prize will be awarded to winners in the audience who will Telephone in their pledges to the polio drive. M iss Louise Odgen Long lines operator will be a miss she was chosen to represent her group for the big All Star show which h is being staged at memorial Hall. Elm and Grant streets from to . Saturday straight through to 2 . Sunday Over Wco to. Frances i an g Ford radio and to songstress Stu Erwin movie and to personality and Ann Rutherford of motion picture and to Fame will be the featured National stars of the show plus a Host of Wco to celebrities Paul Dixon Dotty m ask a1 Lewis Sis Camp Wanda Lewis. Bob Braun Colin male Waite Hoyt Gil Shepperd Bill Dawes and others. Also featured will be All your favourites from wow and Krc to. Celebrities from All major Fields of sports newspaper personalities i get your tickets fur the for rally sat. Jan. 3d, 8 . Hall of mirrors nether i and Plaza music starts Cut 7 30 principal speakers Tom ii or me Ohio s new democratic senator miss Francis Perkins Secretary of labor under the late pres. Franklin Roosevelt answering polio fund Call a these Cwa Cio members will take Calls during Wco s polio telethon saturday and sunday. Left to right front Row Marion Martin Louis Ogden miss telethon Mary Ann Vogelpohl Millie Jones Audrey Boehl Back Row Eileen Taylor Ellen Fetters Cloene Samuels and Ruby keel. And headliners from. Cincinnati nightclubs and Heaters will lend their talents to the telethon which Hopes to raise a substantial sum to pour into the final big Battle against the dread polio crippler. In addition to the grand prize a new car Lucky donors to the polio fund will win a Maytag automatic Washer a Toro whirlwind Power Mower. Hoover vacuum cleaner a set of wild minks from Friedman furs a Cocker Spaniel Puppy plus a years Supply of dog food and boarding care from Daller kennels a two week Florida vacation. A View master stereo 3-d camera with Flash attachment viewer and film 8 i ladies Diamond set Gruen watch a Complete fishing outfit from de Brendan our a a James automatic dishwasher a Black a Decker Power saw Complete with attachments. And a months Supply of groceries from the Kroger co. For a family of four. The Success of the telethon will depend in Large measure upon the co operation of the Long lines operators and of the television audience whose members stand to win these big prizes As Well As Aid the Battle against infantile paralysis. When governor Lausche appointed Tom Burke to the u. S. Senate this year he was serving his fourth term As mayor of Cleveland. During his nine years As mayor Tom Burke had to Deal with the headaches of financing a Long delayed municipal Public works program without boosting taxes keeping a transit system in an earning position providing City operated fringe parking lots and maintaining Home Rule for the Community. A $100,000,000 Public works program was launched. The consisted of two Bond issues one for $60 million for improvements of governmental institutions. And the other for $40 million for the City a water works transit system and. Power Plant. These were All put though without raising the tax rate one cent. It was done by adding new properties to the tax Rolls it continued an Page 7 a Cio asks jobless Parley Washington pointing to i m Ltd it u n 11 n g Unzem ploy m ent Cio president Walter p. Reuther this week called upon president Eisenhower to a Call at the earliest i it Cable Date a bridal Repi Esen native conference to discuss was of maintaining full production and full Reuther a action was in accordance with the Resolution in ammo sly adopted by 1000 Delefair. Participating in. A National Law Cio full employment conference in Washington in december we in tha Daw Cio what Canco strikers won local Canco employed it to week Low wad that do tails of the now contract which they won of sticking solidly together on strike during in most difficult weeks of the year the Christmas holidays. It a Worth it. See Page 3 for just How Well Worth it. Have Faith and Confidence m the future of the Manean Economy the Law Cio president told president Eisenhower Quot we believe we must steer a course Between panic on the one hand which could produce a. Psychological depression end a do nothing Altitude on the other hand which could produce a real depression Quot to of letter cited officially reported unemployment As a Alt Ted b v t he c census Bureau. As. Having user from 1.162.000 us e a 1 y of to her to 1.650 m 30 in Early december an incense of a9 per cent in two months a because of the drying up of opportunities a Reuther said., a Quot the labor Force this past december. According to the census Bureau was smaller by 700.000 than in december 195ft, in contrast to the a Pec Ted increase of 700.000. J this Means that to addition to officially reported unemployment of 1850,600 As of december 1953, there were 1,400.000 persons who j would have been working or look a ing for work had there been greater possibilities of finding jobs a a How s our Little patient ? a in a very real sense therefore actual 1. Unemployment last month approximated to lug a and one Quarter millions. A in t h e fid u. Sti i e s in w hit to Law Cio members Woik employment has turned sharply Low award Reuther a Iso Cert details of the e u a w a 108 legis lat i v e p Rop is a 1 s it Nune Nap 1 o y m e n t to be Ere tar of James p Mitchell. Two of the employment Cati be reace a recommend a tons Reta t e to Suiberta directly within the jurisdiction of the department of labor Reuther told the Secretary. They Are one the Eio Scimeni of Al standards for state Pio yemeni insurance Laws to provide maw��?>818 benefits a i from 19 to u per cant of the stale or National average wage which Ever to higher and for substantial Lacr Eara a the number of weeks for which benefits Aro paid with uniform duration for Adl unemployed workers. 2# an increase in the minimum wage to $1.25 a id Extension of its Protection to workers not presently covered. Other recon emendations of the least $2u0 a month. Conference listed by Reuther Are 1. Expansion of the coverage a i 2. An increase in the income tax personal exemption from. $6 30 of the old age and survivors to t to $1.000. Durance Law and an in Creasi in its benefits to a Mato bunt of at. 3. A farm program that will assure full equity to Farmers. Quote of the week a strength for today a Faith Hope Charityn everyday living it a. J. L. Dignum volunteers of America

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