North Carolina Newspapers

    MORTON REFRIGERATION SALES AND SERVICE, INC.
Franklin A. Morton
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2801 Roadb Ferry find TNkRhOne 4-6094
Charlotte, N. C.
F & J BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY
2319 HutahiHon Ave Telephone 3-9693
Charlotte, N. C.
BARNHARDT MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
Charlotte, North Carolina
OUT N. BUIY COMPANY
PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS
522 Elliott Telephone 3*5838
Charlotte, If. C.
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UNION INDUSTRIES SHOW
TO BE GALA EVENT IN '«
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have collective bargaining agree
ments with AFL unions.
“Union manufactuaers and other
business firms which employ
members of AFL unions are eli
gible to participate in the exhibi
tion and display their union-made
goods. Other business establish
ments that employ members of
unions for services are also eligi
ble to demonstrate them. Sev
eral departments and many na
tional and international unions
of the American Federation of
Labor have separate booths or
display their products jointly with
management.
“With the aid and co-operation
of management, highly skilled
union workers take great pride
in exhibiting their high-quality
goods. The >>eautiful pottery,
glassware and ether products are
works of art. Electrical devices,
modern home furnishings, exqui
site hats and latest style wearing I
apparel wiH supply the exhibition j
with other gorgeous attractions.
It i» uni an management’s and
union workers’ own show — the
only one at its kind in the world.
“The armed services, including
the C. S Army, U. S. Navy and
U. S. Air Force, will utilise' an
entire hall of the auditorium for
displays at the latest defense
equipment in newly designed ex
hibit booths. It will be one of
the edheational features of the ;
show, featuring animated de
vices, moving models and exten
sive lighting and sound systems
used by the air force. There will
be a miniature demonstration of
an atomic bomb explosion. The
navy will not only have an inter
esting display inside the auditori
um but it will have a 300-foot
radar exhibit, under cover, out-.
side of the auditorium. These
exterior displays were helpful at
the Milwaukee and St. Louis ex
BEST WISHES
QUALITY INSULATING COMPANY
2530 Fort Street Phone 3-0923
Charlotte, N, C.
Everybody Says
GOOD FOOD AT
JUKE'S 6RRL
107 S. College St.
Ope* 0:30 a. m. to 8 p. n.
Grad* “A" Cafe
Charlotte, N. C.
JONES DRY CLEANING COMPANY
1601 E. Fourth Street Telephone 5-5741
Charlotte, N. C.
N. HE HEATH
REAL ESTATE
824ft Bast Trade Street Telephone 4-6469
Charlotte, N. C. •
U. S. FARM WAGE RATES
INCREASED 3% IN 1*48
Washington.—Farm wage rates
increased 3 per cent ini IW8, con*
tinuing a rise that started early
in the war, the Department of
Agriculture reported. Rates av
eraged 60 cents an hour January
1 compared with 58 cents a year
ago. The department said, how
ever. that declining farm product
prices are expected to limit
further wage increases.
The number of hired workers
on farms at the start of the* year
was reported at 7,155,000, or about
332,000 fewer than a year ago.
Some of this decline in employ
ment reflected less favorable
working conditions than a year
go. Heavy snows hampered farm
work in many areas.
WHIPS CIO IN POLL TEST
Buffalo. — The AFL’s Interna
tional ' Ladies Garment Workers
Union whipped the CIO’s Textile
Workers Union in a * collective
bargaining election held among
employes of the Seneca Knitting
Mills Company at Seneca Falls
and Auburn, according to an an
nouncement by the National La
bor Relations Board here.
The AFL union received 172
votes of the company’s workers
against 64 ballots cast for the
CIO affiliate.
hibitions to sustain the interest 1
of the overflow crowds at each
l<erformance. The army will dis
play some of its radar anti-air
craft equipment, some of which
Will be shown for the first time.”
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PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
4011 N. Tryo* 9t. Trirptmm 24SU
Chariot^ HL C.
CONTRACTING AND REPAIRS
221 West Second St. Ptame M357
Charlotte, N. C.
EVEREADY PIUMBIR6 & HEADIG G9MPIRY
115 North Myers Street Telephone 2-2862
Charlotte, N. C.
TO ALE. OCR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
MEiranna
119 Soutlh B^rront Telephone 9495
Charlotte, N. C.
PURITY CAFE
499 East Trade Street
J. T. Meleos, Owner
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QUALITY RESTAURANT
391 North Try on Street
Charlotte, N. C.
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Magic of the Telephone
Tour telephone can do more tricks than a vaudeville
magician. It can’t ait on ita hind legs, but it can atop a
corporation's board meeting dead. It cant whistle Dude,
but it can bring news faster than press or radio. It can't
balance a ball on its dial, but it can tell you where to buy
yours flowers and clothes.
HowT Time Service does it. Time Service puts clever
advertising messages in 10,000 ears every day . . . right
here in Charlotte, where it counts. Cost? Leas than a
penny a call.
tElmeSernire
SS7 Nerth Try** Street
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