North Carolina Newspapers

    CENTRAL LABOR UNION IN HIGH
GEAR-MEET OF TRI-STATE BLDG.
TRADES HEADS IS PARAMOUNTED
The meeting was called to order by
President Scoggins, and the pledge of
alegiance to the Flag taken by the
assembled delegates. The minutes of
the previous meeting were read and
approved. Various special and regu
lar committees reported. The amount
lar committee reported. A Financial
managed by Mr. Breese. A Financial
report of the Skating Area was ap
proved. The report was the final one
the committee.
A motion passed to form a com
mittee to help get the State Highway
office moved back from Albemarle to
Charlotte, where it was originally.
Brothers Hamsinger, S. M. Kiser, and
Cathey were appointed to the com
mittee.
THE BUILDING TRADES
BROUGHT OUT THE IMPORTANT
NOTICE THAT THE FOLLOWING
SUNDAY AFTERNOON WAS THE
TRI-STATE SPECIAL MEETING
WHICH WAS TO BE ATTENDED
BY MANY NOTABLES OF THE
A. F. OF L. IN THE SOUTH. WITH
ALL DELEGATES AND THEIR
WIVES INVITED.
Various reports of contractual ne
gotiations were made by certain of
the local, and certain contemplated
actions taken up.
The State Apprenticeship system in
relation to the crime and Juvenle de-|
linquency in the State was debated j
at length, and Brother Kiser, vice
president of the State, and a member
I of the State Apprenticeship Council,
j reported at length, and explained the
reason of delay, being due to employ- •
ers asking for extension of time, due
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JOURNAL ADVERTISERS
to the preparedness program.
Out-door recreation was discussed
pro and con, with a no decision end
ing, under ‘the good of the order.’
Various visiting brethren made short
addresses which were received with
the usual applause and thanks. Bro
ther Jones of the textile workers, and
Brother Munroe of the Hod Carriers
who told about a closed shop agree
ment at Greensboro, and how it was
reached. The meeting then adjourned.
Wm. S. GREENE, Sec*y.
It Pays to Trad* With
Doggett
Lumber Co.
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Atlanta Radio
Station Votes
ForA.F.ofL.
ATLANTA, Ga., Not. 25.—One of
the best agreements ever obtained in
the South was signed here last week
between Radio Station WAGA. Ra
dio Broadcasting Engineers Local
Union No. 1193, IBEW Station at
Toledo, Ohio, and is one of the most
popular stations in the South.
The agreement provides for dosed
shop, 8 hours a day to be worked con
secutively, five days a week also to
be worked consecutively, time and one
half for all regular overtime, and dou
ble time pay for call backs, no call
back time to be for less than three
hours. Pay rate increases provided in
the agreement call for an increase of
$16.67 per month for the first six
months of the agreement, and then an
additional monthly increase of $11.50
for the second six months of the agree
ment. Two weeks* vacation with pay
for all members who have been with
the company for six months or longer,
and two weeks’ sick leave with pay
during the year that the agreement
is in operation. A further provision
calls for an allowance of 6 cents a
mile for members who are required
to use their own automobiles in con
nection with their work.
Men's
Shoes
One lot of broken sizes
odds and ends. Values to
*50. Now at one low
price *85 while they
last.
We also have 82 pairs of
Nettleton shoes left that
we are closing out at $7.85,
values to $11*.
110 S. Try on St
GILMER-MOORE (0.
NOTICE or SERVICE OF SUMMONS
BT PUBLICATION
State of North Carolina.
County of Mecklenburg.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Guy H. Fnnkoy.
Plaintiff,
V».
Annia Mao Panhay,
Tho
that aa action haa boon saaaaaaaaad la tho
above court by tho above plaintiff for a
absolute oa tbs gran* of two yarns
That plaintiff will further taka not!
she is required to appear before the
signed cloth of the above court aad
demur ta the said complaint filed
wtthla thirty days from the bat aotl
will appear in this paper or the plaintiff will
apply to the court for tbs relief
November ISth. 1*40.
J. A. »
Assistant Clerk
Nov. tt. St; Dee. S. IS. IMS.
SERVICE OF SUMMONS BT PUBLICATION
State of North Carolina.
County of MteUnbari.
m THE SUPERIOR COURT
** “^‘"“’plaintiff.
Billie Tkammell Nivens.
Defendant.
The defendant above naaead wfll take
that aa action entitled as abofe has
massed in the Superior Court of M_
County for anrabeolute divorce, on the
of abandonment and two yearn sepan
Aad the defendant will farther tab
that aba b required to appear before the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Mecklenburg
North Carolina .at the County Quart —;—
Charlotte. North Carolina, within thirty days
from the day oa which service by publication
la thta came to completed, or ihwiat thirty
the SSth day of November, IMS,
or demur to the complaint filed
_a. or the plaintiff wfil apply ta
the Ceurt for the relief limielid ia said seen,
r, IMS.
1.
This the 4 th day of
|Nov. 14. SI. SS; Dae. Wi.
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Union carpenter build yond house?
Union painter paint it?
Union bricklayer put the foundation
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Union plumber fit out your sanitary
equipment?
A union electrician for your electri
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