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A Survey Of Labor Legislation In
South Carolina General Assembly
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Legislation for the benefit
of the workers in South Caro
lina made practically little
headway in the State during
the 1947 session of the Gen
eral Assembly. The main rea
son was because the two ma
jor bills before the legislative
body were designed to de
stroy labor unions in the
State, and the friends of the
working people spent the ma
jor part of their efforts to de
feat these two proposals.
The most controversial bill was
the Rivers’ “Right to Work” b:ll,
House Bill No. 286. Many called
this the “Anti-Closed-Shop” bill,
but to call it by that nnme is a
misnomer, as the bill really pre
vented any kind of bargaining
contract by labor unions and man
agement that maintained any kind
of membership clause.
On March 27th the House
passed the Rivers bill by a vote of
63 to 41 and sent it to the Senate.
It was referred to the Senate
Commerce and Manufacturers
committee, which gave it a ma
jority favorable, minority unfa
vorable report. It remained on
the Senate calendar for about
three or four weeks without the
Senate ever taking a vote on the
second reading. It is on the cal-’
endar of the Senate for the 194$
session.
A spokesman for labor was
heard to comment that though the
South Carolina Senate had never
been considered a body to pass fa
vorable legislation to the labor
groups, it had always demon
strated that it was fair to labor,
and would never be stampeded
into hasty legislation against any
group, especially when there was
a doubt as to the necessity of this
legislation proposed by Represen
tative Rivers of Jasper.
The “Anti-Check-Off” bill, Sen
ate No. 40, introduced by Senator
Cantwell of Williamsburg county
early in the session was referred
to the Senate Judiciary committee.
On February 25th a public hear*
ing was held by the committee.
The bill remained 'in committee
hands for several weeks, finally
came out with a majority unfa*
vorable, minority favorable. Sev
eral stormy scsrions developed on
the floor of tbc Senate, but the
proposal never received a second
reading, and on the last Thurs
day of the General Assembly’s
lengthy session, the bill was car
ried over to the first day of the
1948 session. Senator Wallace of
Charleston county had held the
floor Jor a little over two hours
on that day in opposition to the
bill.
i So these two anti-labor bills
did not pass in the South Caro
lina General Assembly, though
many predicted that they would
pass, especially the press in the
State.
Below are the recorded votes
of the House members of the
General Assembly on the River’s
Bill on March 27th: I
FRIENDS OF LABOR
Those who voted against the
River’s infamous anti - labor
bill.
Speaker Littlejohn, J. Per
rin Anderson, Barr, Brailsford,
Boyd, Brown, Burton. Cabell,
Clary, DuPre, Egleston, Gaines,
J, Carl Gibson, Grist, Harley,
Haskell, Hemphill, Hilliard.
Howey. Lawson, Lever, Mc
Daniel, McGuire, McChesney,
Merchant, Milam, Obear, Par
ris, Poliakoff, Pope, Rawl,
Sapp, Scott, Simons, Spigner,
Sims, Stall, Thomas, Wallace,
Ward, Weeks, Welborn, Wil
liamson, Wise, Wylie, Young.
Representatives Rawl, Spigner,
Young and McChesney were
paired.
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Legal Notices
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Willie Mae Hudson Hutto, Plain
iff, vs. Daniel Hutto, Defendant.
Notice of Service Sf Publication
The above named defendant,
Daniel Hutto, will take notice
that an action entitled as above
has been commended in the Su
perior Court of Mecklenburg
County, North Carolina, by the
plaintiff to obtain an absolute di
vorce upon the grounds of two
••ears’ sCDaration, and the defen
dant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the
i office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Meeklenburg
County at the Court House in
Charlotte, North Carolina, within
twenty (20) days after the 12th
day of June, 1947, which date is
at least seven days after the last
publication of this notice, and
answer or demur to the complaint
:n said action, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This the 14th day of May, 1947.
J. LESTER WOLFE.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
(5-15, 22, 29; 6-6c)
UNFRIENDLY TO LABOR
Agnew, Leroy Anderson, Ar
rants, Arrowsmith, Baker, Benja
man, Blatt, Blease, Bogoslow,
Bradwell, Brawley, Browder, Hugh
C. Brown, Butler, Buyck, Calli
son, Cartee, Chandler, Clifton,
Colclough, Cuttino, Dennis, Floyd,
Galloway, B. M. Gibson, J. B.
Gibson, Graham, Greneker, Gres
ham, Harrelson, Hawkins, Hen
drix, Heers, Holder, Hooks, Hor
ger, Hudson, Ingram, Jackson,
Kelley, Knox, Legare, Legge,
Louis L. Lesene, Martin, McGhee,
Morrison, McMas&r, Miley, Mil
ler, Mimms, Mitchum, Morrah,
OTuel,. Palmer, Page, Perry,
Plowden, Rice, Rivers, Rodgers,
Smoak, Spivey, Thompson, Tuten,
Warren, Wasson.
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
Notice of Publication
Cdna Rape, Plaintiff, vs.
lack Kaps. Defendant.
The defendant above named
take notice:
That an action, as above en
titled, has been started in Meck
lenburg County, for an absolute
iivorce on the grounds of twe
uccessive vears of separation, as
-!s now provided by law for such
in the General Statutes of North
Carolina, and the said defendant
will further take notice that he is
required to appear before the
''lerk of the Superior Court ol
Mecklenburg County at his office
:n the Court House in Charlotte
N. C., and answer or demur to the
compla'nt within twenty (20) days
after the last publication of this
notice, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
This, the 5th dav of May, 1947.
J. LESTER WOLFE,
Clerk of Superior Court.
15-8, 15, 22. 29ci
State of North Carolina,
Countv of Mecklenburg.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Notice of Publication
William B. Adams, Plaintiff, vs.
Rosalie G. Adams, Defendant.
It appearing from the affidavit
of William B. Adams, plaintiff in
this action, that Rosalie G.
Adams, the defendant herein, is
not to be found in Mecklenburg
County, and cannot, after due
diligence, be found in the State,
and
It further appearing that a
cause of action exists against the
defendant for an absolute divorce
on the grounds of two years’ sep
aration, as is now provided by
law for such in the General Stat
utes of North Carolina,' and that
this is one of the causes in which
service of summons may be made
on the defendant by publication,
due to the fact that the defend
ant, after due diligence and
search, could not be found in the
above county and state.
It is therefore, ordered that
summons be served on sa;d Ros
alie G. Adams by publication, and
to that end that notice of this
action be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in a
weekly newspaper published in
Mecklenbug County, setting forth
the title to the action, the pur
pose of the same, and requiring
the defendant to appear at the
Office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Mecklenburg
County at the Court House in
Charlotte, N. C., and answer or
demur to the complaint within
twenty-seven days after the last
publication of the notice of this
action, or the relief prayed for
will be granted the plaintiff.
This the 7th day of May, 1947.
J. LESTER WOLFE,
Clerk of Superior Court.
(6-8, 16, 22, 29c)
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Ruby Arant Adams, Plaintiff vs.
Clarence Thomas Adams, De
fendant.
Service of Summons by
Publication
■The defendant above named
will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg County for the pur
pose of obtaining an absolute di
vorce, from the defendant on the
grounds of two years* separation.
And the defendant will further
take notice that he is required to
appear before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Mecklenburg
County, North Carolina, within
twenty days from the day on
which service by publicatoin in
the cause :s completed, or within
•wenty days from the 22nd day
of April, 1947, and answer or
demur to the complaint filed
in this action, or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
This the 30th dav of April, 1947.
J. LESTER WOLFE,
Clerk of Superior Court.
(May 1. 8, 15, 22-c)
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
E. L. Bishop, Plaintiff vs.
Myrtle Dunn Bishop, Defendant.
Service of Summons by
Publication
The above named defendant will
take notice that an action as en
titled above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Meck
lenburg County, North Carolina,
by the plaintiff to obtain an ab
solute divorce upon the grounds
of two years’ separation; and the
defendant will further take notice
that she is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of
Superior Court of Mecklenburg
County, North Carolina, within
(20) days after the 29th day of
May, 1947, and answer or demur
to the complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
the said complaint.
This the 29th day of April,
1947.
J. LESTER WOLFE,
Clerk of Superior Court.
(May 1. 8, 15, 22-c)
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
Notice of Summons By
PubHeatioB
Wilber Carter. Plaintiff, vs.
Comie K. Carter, Defendant.
The above named defendant
will take notice that an action as
entitled above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg: County, North Car
olina. by the plaintiff to obtain an
absolute divorce upon the grounds
of two years’ separation; and the
defendant will further take notice
that she is required to appear at
die office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Mecklenburg
County in Charlotte, North Car
olina within twenty (20) days
after the 5th day of June, 1947,
and answer or demur to the com
plaint in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
This the 6th day of May, 1947.
MARY S. POLYTHRESS,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court.
(5-8, 15, 22, 29c)
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
Notice Serving Summons By
Publication
Connor Edward Taylor, Plaintiff,
▼a.
Virginia Green Taylor, Defendant.
The above named defendant
will take notice that an action
entitled aa above haa been eon*
menced in the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg County, North Caro
lina, by the plaintiff to obtain a
divorce from bed and board; and
the defendant will further take
notice that ahe ia required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court at Meck
lenburg County at the Court
House in Charlotte, North Caro
lina within twenty (20) days after
the 6th day of June, 1947, and
answer or demur to the complaint
in said action, or the nlalntiff
will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the said com
plaint.
J. LESTER WOLFE,
Clerk of Superior Court.
This the 6th day of May, 1947.
(6-8. 15, 22, 29c)
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