Something Doin' In South JHEW CHARTER MISSION. Tex.—Citrus Work ers Local No. 24512 keld an in stallation meeting on Feb. 23, ac cording to report* received by Organiser E. C. DeBaca, who attended the installation of the charter on that date. Members of this local union are employes of the Bordo Canning Company. • • • A. F. G. E. FOR ALBANY ALBANY, Ga.—A new lodge, Mo. 1053, of the American Feder ation of Government Employes has been created at Albany, Ga. This membership is composed of miscellaneous government em ployes and employes at the Tur aer Air Base near Albany. Or ganizer L. E. Graves reports that Che union started functioning im mediately by electing its officers I and setting up its meeting dates j National Vice President H. B Bannon was the principal speakei j and administered obligation to j the new officers. • * * NEW CITRUS LOCAL MONTE ALTO, Tex.—Citrus workers in the vicinity of Monte Alto, Texas, have received theii charter from the American Fed* eration of Labor, Citrus Workers Union No. 24513. This new union was installed the latter part of February by Organisers Frits Cadena and E. C. DeBaca. • • • N. C. SAWMILL WORKERS LIBERTY, N. C. — Sawmill workers in the vicinity of Liberty have made application for mem bership in the United Brother hood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, where the charter has been received. It will be known as the Lumber and Saw mill Workers Local No. 3131. This new charter was installed on February 23 with Representative Lewis Hutton in charge. START THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Charlolle, N. C. L — ' ' ^ Some of The Things We Lend Money on Watches Jewelry Moa'n Clothing 8ll*«rw«u Shot Com Rifles Pistole Trunk* Addins MkUi Ran Salt Canes Munir al Kodaks Typewriters All Business Strictly Confidential. When In Need of Money We Never Fail Yon. is as far bargain la dtsmsads. watches. Jewelry, clothing, si RELIABLE LOAN CO. Ml BAST TRADE STREET I l l ESIONII (IK L> DESIGNED FOR YOUR MEASURE^ I I T ± iKSIONKD FOR YOUR ICONOMV > 3 f j 1 3 * dtatfc Cktf GAS RANGES this fully outomotic gas rang* make your cook* easier and srfrer. It will save you money, too, it's a perfect miser with fuel. Clean, convenient, a thing of beauty in your kitchen. Stop in soon see the new Magic Chef ranges. Allowance made for old stove. Mere women cook on Magic Chef •hen on eny other range! DUKE POWER COMPANY MUM. ( ' Local Labor CHARLOTTE CLU— The bi-monthly meeting of Charlotte Central Labor Union will be held tonight at 7:30 in the . Central Labor Union Hall in the I Carpenters building, 920 West Trade street. A full attendance of delegates is requested. • * * P. O. CLERKS* AUXILIARY— Hostesses to the meeting of the I Woman's Auxiliary to Local No.' 376, National Federation of Post Office Clerks Friday night were Mrs. Lloyd Hoover and Miss An nie Mae Williams, at the home of | Mrs. Hoover, 2334 Westfield road. ! Mrs. Clyde Mitchell, chairman 1 of the program committee, and ’ Mrs. Robert Preston and Mrs. 1 Leroy Page staged a quiz on the 1 auxiliary and what it means to postal clerks and their wives; and Miss Sandra Carpenter gave selections on the piano. Con tests were held, and Mrs. Mitch ell and Mrs. George Carpenter won prizes. A salad course carrying out the St. Patrick’s Day motif, was served and the guests presented 1 a shower of gifts to Mrs. Jim Ferguson. New members welcomed at the session were Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. John Irby and Mrs. Louise Johnston. A guest at the meeting was Mrs. Elbert Crocker of Whispering Pines in Myrtle Beach, S. C., who was visiting Miss Williams. The next meeting of the aux iliary will be held at the home of Mrs. John Cullingford, 1218 E. 36th St., on Friday night, April 1st. SOL BLOOM DIES (Continued From Pago 1) his 76th birthday he said: "I can still make a brush.” President Truman paid tribute to Congressman Bloom at Key West, Fla., where the Chief Ex ecutive is vacationing. Other tri butes came from the late Con. gresaman’s colleagues in Wash ington. In recognition of his splendid voting record on bills of interest to organised labor, the AFL Non Partisan .Committee in New York City always gave Congressman Bloom its wholehearted endorse ment The Congressman was deeply appreciative of the confi dence reposed in him by the members of AFL unions. BROUGHTON FUNERAL (Continued From Pago 1) were a request to hia wife to call Dr. Edward Pruden, paator of the First Baptist church, and tell him that ha would be unable to teach hia Sunday school clasa. While Mrs. Broughton was making this telephone call nurses summoned her back to the room as the end came suddenly. DAN TOBIN SAYS (Continued From Pago 1) era that are connected with the Republican and Democratic par* ties. But he won’t tell you there is anything wrong with Russia. He does not mention the murders and violence committed against people with the courage to even whisper disapproval of any act of the Soviet government. This is only one of the many inconsistencies of the Taft-Hart ley act, which with one at tempts to befuddle the minds of the people by asking their labor officers to declare that they are not Communista and on the other hand compels union men, work ing under union shop coditions, to work side by side with those poisonous advocates of Commun ism even though they are not members of our union. CONSUMER BUYING (Continued from Page 1) er items did not presage any gen eral lowering of living costs, which would remain at their present levels for the rest of the year. Some downward price trends have been reversed in the last two weeks, he asserted. • “The cost of living, which de clined 2 1-2 per cent after rising 74 per cent since June of 1939,” Mr. Keyserling said, “has shown signs in recent weeks that seem to support those of us who be lieved that the recent drop in the cost of living was not perma nent.” -- ■ ...... . I TYPOGRAPHICAL— Charlotte Typographical Union No. 338 held ita regular monthly meeting in Carpenters Hall, 920 Weat Trade street, Sunday after noon at 2 o’clock. Business of a routine nature was transacted and a lengthy report of the board of directors of the union’s club was heard, which showed much progress has been made during the past year. Reports of delegates to the Allied Printing Trades Council and the Charlotte Central Labor Union were heard. President J. T. Primm presided with Secretaries Paul Craft and Howard Beatty in their respective places. The Bible stands though the hills may tumble, It will flrmly stand though the earth may crumble. I will plant my feet on its firm foundation, For the Bible stands. -—Author Unknown. OUR BEST GRADES HRAYY BREED CHICKS JN for S15.M Send for Price List— Save Money WORTHWHILE CHICKS 1*1 W. North Atom Baltimore 1. Md. 3-17 De VONDE Synthetic Cleriers, Dyers Hatters, farriers Synthetic 1. Restores original and sparkle, t Removes carefully all dirt, l Harmless to the eats of fabrics. 1 Odorless, f t 7. SJaSf De VONDE Call 3-SI3S 121 W. Sth St. SAWMILLS ORGANIZE PINE BLUFF, Ark.—A new charter has been ordered for the workers at Roy Sturgis Lumber Company, Pine Bluff, from the United Carpenters and Joiners of America. TEAMSTERS WIN WICHITA FALLS. Texa*.—Or ganiser Lester Graham announces , that the White Auto Store em | plodyes voted two to one for the | Teamsters to represent them in collective bargaining ■ on Fteb. 25. MUST KE-MPLOY 26 GREENVILLE, S. C.—Andrews Machine Company has been ©r 1 dered by the NLRB to reinstate 26 of its discharged employes who were discharged because of union activity. Magic of the Telephone Your telephone can do more tricks than a vaudeville magician. It can’t ait on its hind lego, 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 jrin where to buy yours flowers and clothes. Hew? 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. entire U1 Nerth Tryoa Street Charlotte. North Carolina Mayfair Early Cancer Is Curable Consult Your Family Physician INFORMATION CENTER 116% South Church Street Phone 4-9680 HOURS: 9 A.M.TO5P. M. Tumor Clinic Memorial Hospital Open Tuesdays, 11:30-2 American Cancer Society MECKLENBURG UNIT URGENT NEED OF SOFT WHITE WORN MATERIALS FOR DRESSINGS FOR CANCER PATIENTS.

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