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EMDA.Y, OCTOBER. 8, IMS .,
CARTERET COUNTY NEW8TOtES, MOREHEAD CITt AND. BEAUFORT, N. C
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Price, extended his liand to ereet
arker, the witness said, Parker
Muck Price's band,,the,i grabbed
Price by the shoulder and asked
Jrim to come out on tha road. Price
jtold Parker, the AFL man con
tinued, that if he had anything'to
bay he should say it there.
At that noint. the witness rela
ted, Parker said, "You have hurt
me and we're giving you until 10
to clock to get out of the county."
Early T. Taylor, one of the four
pnen that the AFL charges was
fired from- Madix because of al
leged union activity, testified yes
terday morning that Parker had
said on the morning of July 31
that he iiad a mob of 30 men
and was going to go out and tar
and feather Grady Ward Price and
that the sheriff was with- him.
In reply to Parker's statement
the night of Julv 31, Price testified
that his brother, Grady Ward
said, "I don't scare easily Ed, this
is a free country ad I'm going to.
be here at 10 o'clock."
To this Parker replied, (he wit
ness said, "I'm not finished with
you. I'll see you later,"
Besides Lewis and Grady Price
pressnt during this conversation,
the AFL representative to'd the
court that Donald Hunt, AFL re-
ijresentative from, Richmond, Va.,
Was present, as well cs James
Cvthrall and Early Taylor, Madix
flmployeci, Mr,, and Mrs. Devere,
ijasideaU of the irailer camp, and
ijirs. Grady Ward Price, who faint
est durin? the conversation be
1weenhei husband and Parker.
! The witness stated that on the
4ay following Parker's visit to the
trailer camp ha filed charges
against Madix and Southern
Felt with Reed Johnson, Wins'on
palem, representative of the fifth
NLRB region and that on the bas s
pf 'these charges the NLRB w; s
conducting the hearing now in
! : tinder cross examination the
AFL representative revealed that
his brother did not own the trailer
in which he. Gradv Ward,-and his
f&mily were living, but that he did
own the auo which was tnirn'd.
He denied that he told his broihei
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how to organize a union or that
in: case any men wer fired they
were to. ascertain the rec.sons foi
their being fired.
To. the defense counsel's que
tions as to whether he,' Lewis
Price, thought "Ed Parker wat
drunk the night he accosted Gra
dy Ward, Price replied that ht
didn't know whether Parker war
drunk or not.
Grady Ward, however, during
his testimony 'Wednesday, salt,
that Parker probably was drinking
Grady Ward, under oalh. to;d
that he first started work with Ma
dix July 5 an,: liten ;.'. July 11
and returned to. Plymouth, his
home, because there was no p'ace
to live here. Parker, he testitied
told him that if he ever waniec
to come brick, ho could, While it
Plymouth, Price said, he Jocated t
trailer, and with his family re
turned to Morchead City and start
ed to work a! Madit again July If
On th" .-Hornnrn of Julv 28.
I he continued, Glenn Rose', fired
! him, cursing and swearing, unci
I aceiisl -g him of rrganizing labor,
j Parker loo. Price said, told him tc.
I gel opt.
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HEBE ABC THE EUIES:
No new or used car dealer can draw.
2. The person whose name is drawn must be ZL years of
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3. The buyer will not be allowed to resell or trade thit
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4. Everyone Interested in buying must register before 7 p.m.
the office of the plant, the wit
ness stated. W. C. Carlton, purchos
ing agent for Madix told him that
there had never been any unions
n rartwt eo'inty and there were
never going to be.
U'der cross pxamina'.ion. Brooks,
attorney for Mndix and Southern
Felt, charged that Gr.-dy Ward,
having' worked for the North Ca
rolina Pulp comnanv at Plymouth,
was .a member of (he Sulfide end
Pupermill Workers union before
coming to the local plant, I
The defense counsel attempted
'o prove while Early T. Taylor
was on the stand yesterd. y that
Tay'or was fired because of in
"ompetenee, Trylor having been '
drunk on the Job. To qucst'nns .).
'cmpting to establish that Taylor
his a criminal rpeord, general
counsel for the NUtB repeatedly
nnd firmly objected. !
Tre defense counsel also at
tempted to establish that Tny'or
isd comnanv tiiti" to h;md ovt .
union cards and get them slenod. I
Taylor, who has beci rehed
sin-e he was fired on the same day
is Grady Wr.rd Price, said lh;;t he
'""imc t member of the Carteret
Felt -nd Roofin" Tmnloyees' rs
soeiation after returning to work.
J:mts Cuthrell Beaufort, w s
called to 'he s'and ypsierd.iy after
noon. Culhrell testified tint he,
Ion, was fired the uflcrnonn of
1 July 21) but that he was later re
hired. At Ihe time he was find
l'.' rker itid Rise annroaehed him
and asked him. whit he knew
about the union cards hpi if hord
ed cu t Culhrell rela'ed lie told
them the witness continued, that
he didn't know much alvut il bid
that be was in favor of ort'aniv d
labor. II ws then Cu'brell said,
that he ws told to leave.
Culhrell testified Hint h
a member of the Roofing and Kelt
Mill Employees' association h.iv
inM si'.'ned the re"ulalions and by
laws. A meeting of this asyieia
lion, the wilnoss s;iid, was called
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we didn't. Nat
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nome. from tha
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losing ten neat- and not watting oil.
We are saving money we didn't know
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bv Stormy Rivers, a mechanic al
the plant, on Aug. 3. At this meet
ing, Cuthrell continued, Rivers
told the men assembled that they
were going to organize Iheir own
union and if any employee who
h;id been there 30 days wuJtod. to
remain, he had better join.
Rivers further announced,, the
witness stated, that there would
be a !$2'emry lee mid trmt Brewin
oresident of the corporation, slid
he would lend them tfie money.
To this testimony, Hamilton,
counsel for the Employees assojit;
tioi, continually objected, but the
examiner overruled Hamilton's ob
jections. After the hearing ends, Exami
ner Eadie ' will study the minutes
and make a decision as to whether
Midix corporation hos violated
federal lubor laws.
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