North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
SERVICE MEN CONT.
Clifford Pack, knitter, Plant #8,
has returned to work after serving two
years in the U. S. Army. He entered
the army in January, 1953, and receiv
ed his basic training at Camp Rucker,
Alabama, after which he went on duty
with the Anti-Aircraft Battery in Nut-
ley, New Jersey. He was _ stationed
there until his discharge in January of
Clifford is unmarried and resides
in Mill Spring, North Carolina.
packer in the Ship
of Plant #7, is
trading in his
"sloppy Joe's" for
a set of Uncle
Sam's khakis. He
has joined the Air
borne Division of
the U. S. Army.
Chniel left on June 22, 1955, for
Fort Jackson, South Carolina, for eight
weeks of basic training. From there,
hewillbe transferred to Fort Benning,
Georgia, to continue his training.
Good luck, Billl
this was just a
prompt treatment could have
Frank Johnson, Boarding Depart
ment, Plant #7, cuts a birthday cake
presented to him by the boarders.
Frank, who has been employed since
November of 1943, claims to be the
same age as Jack Benny--39 again.
Looking on with approval is Nannie
Vacation checks were delivered on
June 24 to 1, 976 employees of Adams-
Millis Corporation. The total vacation
pay was $88,301.71.
Your individual checks are based
on length of service with the company.
Those employees who had completed
five years of continuous service on, or
before, April 1 of this year received
4% bf their earnings for the six months
periodbeginning October 1 of last year
to April 1 of this year. Those employees
with one to five year s of continuous ser
vice on April 1 received 2% of their
earnings for the same six months pe
riod. Of the total 1, 976 employees re
ceiving vacation pay, 1,427 received
4% and 549 received 2%.
Vacation pay is paid to Adams-
Millis employees twice each year. The
winter vacation checks are paid im
mediately preceding Christmas week
and are based on the period from April 1
to October 1.