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The peoples voice (Newspaper) - October 8, 1935, Cincinnati, Ohio ’■tb / L- ¿y r Peop Vol. 1. No. 37. IMCINNATI, OHIO,'OCTOBER 8, 19^.7. 5 Cents Per Copy Metal Trades Issues Challenge to A. F. of L, J Delt'sales of labi.r uiiioti> nj»reNcnliiiti iudfpeinli iil lalo»r organizations in llie metal trades, with estimat'd tiienihersiii|) of l.rHtO.tlOP, meet ii». Cleveland to lay the foundation foe ainalganiHljoii. I,flt ’    .Mattlicw    Smith    and tiwald Franeis of l>etr«if, dames J. Mat les of New York, and Citarles Ifer- IMiiladelpliia. ,    S    . A tlocal poUiichiti in the átate li»i5hway departmi'ut resigned the ether day, but not hecdu.sti of over-uii k. He was a C.oveiuor tighting. And mark yoU, il was a civil .servh e job which    aip- nosed to' bar him from itolltical a^> a il llUi    UL    U*Ci-    w    -    s.. v-w.^    v- as holding a job under *«ffity! On\^» of that he wa^ whom he was' openly    (Coutiuued    on paee 0) ÉKE COME ra IS LABOraVE Soutething Has Put a fitop to the '^^g Sfulf eze'^ Bourbon Minded Bosses Chisel Deep With NR/C ^ Removed ( who have been with llTis.|firni foi twenty-five and thirty yea are ac- The Judge Mack injunction, to which we. refer In tyioth^KJÍolumn, raises afresh, this question, as to what, organized labor'is really fielit-iiiii for and why workers are énntle<l to public support. The publii shjould know the greed to which soni<¿.eníiployer^ will go, '>Iit!n there is no independent union of workehs. - There has «ome to imr notice, within the last tS hours, a case ol girts in a <*enain Cincinnati con-e* rn, who, under the N. H. A., were making |H> and |18 a week ufe now being paid ^8 for the same prodiie lion. There is no point at present in ex|H»sing the name ol this concei n, but affidavits are extant and could be produced to show that elnployees 5.ifirm Iifear toally working and supposed to sup-|eut families ou weekly earnings (if eight dollars. Laviah Spending. Yet one member of this firm tmught a Ithl.OOO bouse six months ago and has it all paid for. He put a bath room in this houile finished out in mother of pearl. Another member of tlie tirm recently spent ftiree thousand dollars putting a wine cellar In his house. But unbelievable as it may seom, it U a fact tlmt people who have been witfi thapi for a quarter of a «eiitury, and 'j’have liei.oed llieiu tnake their «health hav^ been cut and ^iit, until they are now work-iiTai for eight dollai-s a week. This («luel cutting of wages has takei^ plgl?e since the blue eagle llew^out of tile window. Besides I he inhumanity of this '......of of ^tiling, it is the ruiuatq|| Uie zíóuiitry, fur how »*aii w^ftf^Ye «(11 y wide spread piWperlty. unless the BasM ot (lie peupl^ have buy- ^ naiph>|mrs eirely aro that MAKING LAW NOT RULINI IS CHARGE Aged Jurist Makes Spectacle of Himself On Efgbtk Street The PEOPf.t^^ VOIt’K^xtW nks Strikers Suffer Pay Holdout kochi Plant Workers Object To Piece Work and Wage Slashes All noil iiwement of a 10 per cent wage ijtit for piece workeri" and a lengthen Ink dT tlidjwofk week from 40 to 44 hours for time workers at (he same pay by fhe Williaiu Koehl Poinpany. onj^Tliursday, Septeihlier 96, resulted in an indignation meeting held at Uuibert Hall, W^tern and Hulbert Avenues, the following^ day. Kesoluthin.s were passed (hat lovee return to work on Moii- only through a mÍ8UDderstaud4og and did not remain. The entire force again assembled at Hulbert Halt Slid uuaiiimously decided ^to join the various union of the Allied Printing Trades Council and give the Organization Committee of that body credentials to represent them to bargain foci^ages and working oonditiuu.s. Tffe uniled action of the workers eaused a {oin^de shut down ot (he plaiii.    ’    » f II I increased pay asy^ det^ent ng oondltions w'ore establtahcd iu ./the koehl plant. Only one worker entered the f«c-Utrr pA Moadior, and the «AUred Odious Piece Work. T(ie union is asking for the abol* iabinent ot an odious piece work syt^ni, rtS'ognition of the uniom a flat timo s<‘ale of $19.60 a week of 40 hpurs for women workers, a graduated scale for mea workers and prioo imd 0 after 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week. Before the walkout the average wage earned by women employees was $14.25, a week and $10.54 by men. Pay checks for women for the week preceding the strike ran' as low as $8.28 for'^ hours’ work.' The w'ork week at the Koehl plant ended, on Friday. Workers were that Judge Alfred T. .Mack' should be impeacbeil.    ' We' think this jmlge is guilty of an abuse of power for whii'h bo shouW'^e tried and punished. He has enjoined his fellow'Vdti-zens from doing what under the constitution they have a iierteiít light to do. He has pi-esumed to make lew. As a judge he lias usurped tlM^ funo-tioii ot the law-maker. This is not justice. If is judiriai tyranny. What has this judge doiib? He has said that certain men who are ou strike .shall not carry bau-ner.s passeil tfieir linii’s place of business. Is Tlui>* any law; on the statuta books of Ohio (hat? Calls It ‘^Conspiracy", By eujhiiiing such action the judge díakes the law. He threatena to send men to jail for disobeyiug an order which has no basis whatever in law. forced to wait until the folluwing| Wednesday after quirHog/tinje for tlWir, pay checks, frequently Mug forced to stand In line for one hour in order to get their money which hud been held by the oompány for This judge commands liiese free citizens of the United Statea not to dare to call,at the home of a fellow worker for the purpose of promoting the strike. The judgw calls it a "conspiracy**.    / This judge enjoins these stiikera from approaching their fellow workei's for the tmrpose oom-nlunicating withvhem iu groups of as many a.s two iier-tous. (ihost of Thomas Jefferson! What was our bill of rigj^its-imt in tli« const it a* I lion lor excc'lil to protect us agaiua this sort of thing? plant last Wednesday, 7^ prderly formation, for Iheir pay tthadu, f Kinaliy, the Union Is foibidde pay out ol its troa.sury any siriko beneiits 10 hojp su|>poil Us striking tiiemlHTS.    ^ Becomes Petisonal. We uiiderstainl tliat Ibis oW judge five days. VVkiii (h« worker, roportwl »t thoi"'”'''’ *    >'■ S. ■rr- Í Ring out 011 l^ighth Bieeet, •jul imiotiog excitedly to panjperahff au4 .    ...    I    >    'i^'i    .e^.'

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