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    Good Relations—The Goal
Of Onion Industries Show
By I. M. ORNBURN, Director, and Sec’y-Treas.,
Union Label Trades Department. A. F. of L.
Good Relations is the goal of the Union Industries Show.
The fourth all-union AFL exhibition is scheduled for
May 18th through the 22nd in the mammoth Public Audi
torium at Cleveland, Ohio. Consumers—especially trade
unionists—will ge a big thrill when they see the coming,
Only a brief review of the
numerous attractions will give a
| partial description of our anique
I labor-ntanagement exhibition. The
five-day cavalcade is packed with
action, exhibits and 'huge crowds
from the opening ceremonies to
the conclusion of the Show. There
is no charge for admission.
The Union Industries Show is
a dramatized presentation of all
things union. It is dynamic —•»
educational — interesting. En
tertainment is furnished every
hour during the day and night
sessions of the Show. The best
musicians in the world — union
members add to the gaiety of
the event with their sparkling
and refreshing melodies.
It is inspiring to visually wit
ness “live” exhibits where pot
tery and makery workers, cigar
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—Paid Political Adv.
makers, electricians and other
skilled union craftsmen actually
make the wares that mad Amer
ica famous throughout the world
and actually see demonstration'!
of the best in service efficiently
performed by union workers.
Manufacturers of nationally
known products also have ani
mated exhibits which give life
to the entire exhibition. There
are many joint displays which
are sponsored by Tioin union labor
and management.
The exhibitors and all who
attend a Union Industries Show
aggree . that it is a cardinal
event in the history of American
lal>or • Management co-operation.
Through mutual understanding,
such as is exemplified in one of
our outstanding exhibitions, we
are paving the road to industrial
peace, economic stability and
permanent prosperity for Amer
You tell on yourself by the friends
you seek,
By the very manner in which you
By the way you employ your
leisure time.
By the use you make of dollar
and dime.
You tell what you are bv the
things you wear,
By the spirit in which your bur
dens bear,
By the kind of thing!! at which |
you laugh.
By the record* you play on the
You tell what you are by the way
you walk.
By the things of which you de
light to talk,
By the manner in which you bear
By so simple a thing as how, you
By the books you choose from the
well-filled shelf:
In these ways and more, you tell
on yourself;
So there’s really no particle of
In an effort to keep up false pre
—From The Lighted Pathway.
Synthetic dealers, Dyers
Hatters, f urriers
Seven Points Why We Are One
of the South's Leading
Synthetic Cleaners
t. Restores original freshness
and sparkle.
2. Removes carefully all dirt,
dust and grease.
5. Harmless to the (post dolt
cate of fabrics.
4. Odorless, thorough cleaning.
V Garments stay claan longer.
6. Press retained longer.
7. Reduces wardrobe upkeep.
Call S-S12S 121 W. Cth S*t.
For Mayor
“The People’s Candidate”
—Paid Political Adv.
Your Next City Council Members
These are the candidates which announced on the Orginal Greater Charlotte Ticket and who will
truly represent every man, woman and child in Greater Charlotte regardless of their station in life.
Claude Albea has always been and will continue on this Greater Charlotte Ticket and definitely
is not connected with any other Ticket.
Sandy Jordan, axe 39. married,
•ne child. Home address, 1233
Sky land Road. Mr. Jordan is a
present City Councilman and his
business is Insurance Executive
aid is a member of the Associa
tion of Life Insurance Underwrit
ers. He was born in Charlotte.
Mr. Jordan is a World War II
veteran, serving nearly three (3)
years overseas. Sandy Jordan is
a member of the Moravian Little
Church on the Lane and is a
member of tfce Masonic Lodge; he
la a member of the Shrine Club;
he is a member of the Shrine
Baud; he is a member of the
American Legion: he is a member
of Forty & Eight; he is a member
of Veterans of Foreign* Wars; he
ia a member of the Disabled Vet
erans and he is treasurer of the
Young Democrats of Mecklenburg
Mr. Jordan was elected to the
Charlotte City Council for the
first time in 1947. He serves on
permanent committees studying
charity and hospitalization, the
Health Merit Policy, the Mecklen
burg Industrial Home and on
various special committees ap
pointed during this two years
J. Herman Saxon is a resident
of the Wendover Hills section of
Charlotte and lives on Churchill
He is president of Saxon’s, Inc.
—married and has too children.
Mr. Saxon is Boy Scout Commis
sioner of Mecklenburg County.
President of the Adult Educa
tion Council, member fo Charlotte
Rotary Club, the Elks Club, Cham
ber of Commerce. Charlotte Mer
chants Association. Sales Execu
tive*- Club, and the Executives
Mr. Saxon is a deacon in the
Myers Park Presbyterian Church
and was formerly president of the
Men's Bible Class of the Myers
Park Presbyterian Church. He
has always been active in all civic
drives and at the pre-ent time he
is promoting the summer camp
for Boy Scouts at Camp Steere.
Mr. Albea lives at 1911 Ashland Avenue. He ban served as a
City Councilman since 1931 with the exception of the years 1945 to
1947 when he did not run for re-elections? He is at present a mem
ber of the City Council.
During his long year* of service, he has twice been Mayor Pro
I>m. Mr. Albea has been in the mechanical department of the Char
lotte News for the la*t 27 years. He has been President of the
Charlotte Central labor Union since 1947 and is a past president of
he local Typographical Union, a post he held for ten years.
Mr. Albea is a member of the First A. R. P. Church and a mem
ber of the Midwood Men'* Club. He also is a member of the Im
proved Order of Red Men, Patriotic Son* of America and the Ameri
ran Legion. During World War I he wa* a member of the famous
30th Division and wa- wounded in the drive that, broke the Hin
denburg line. He Is past Commander of the YetrVans of Foreign
War- and a’.*o of the Di-ibied American Veteran*.\
D. C. STATON ....
D. C. Staton Ik one of the old
est grocery men in Charlotte. He
haa had the game business loca
tion on North Caldwell Street for
the pant 29 yearn. He in a mem
ber of the Masonic l.odge. Wood
men of the World, a member of
the Spencer Memorial Methodist
Church. Mr. Staton has long been
active in boyn* work and in the
Y. M. C. A. of Charlotte.
Mr. Staton ban always been a
real friend of the young man on
his way up in business and has
helped many men in Charlotte
who own their own business to
Age 41, married, two children.
Home address 327 Hassell IMace.
Mr. Rorern is manager of the Lo
cal hnawr Company at 706
South College street, a position
he has held for a number of years,
lie is a member of the Charlotte
Chamber of Commerce, a member
of the Luther Little Bible Class
of Myers I'ark Presbyterian
rhurrh. He is a member of the
Men's Club of Charlotte, a mem
ber of the Myers Park Country
Club, Joppa .Kodge. 32nd degree
Mason and a Shriner.
Mr. Rogers is also a member of
the Elks, and is actively engaged
in every worthwhile Civic move
ment for the betterment of Char
lotte. He is a friend of Organ
ized Labor.
Joe H. Mur nick, young busi
ieiwman of Charlotte. who has
ieen closely identified with the
University of North Carolina and
ts athletic program, in a randi
ate for the city council la the
‘rimary on April 25th.
Mr. Murmca is president of
Goodyear Paint £ Varnish. Inc.
A resident of 2817 Willow
>rive, he is S3 years old, married,
ind the father of two boys.
He has made his home in Char*
otte since 1933, although servinr
or a time as boxing roach o( the
University of North Carolina and
or two years in the United
Hates Navy as an Athletic Spec
alist. Third Class,
He is president of the Meek
rnburg chapter of the Univer
ity’s Educational Foundation and
■ member of the State-wide direc
oral board of the foundation.
In addition to his other local
ictivities. he is athletic director
f the Hornets’ Nest Post of the
tmerran Legion, an official of
he Carolines’ Golden Gloves and
eneral chairman of the Junior
'hamber of Commerce’s annual
odeo, which is staged to finance
instructional classes for retarded
Mr. Murnick is offering for the
(tuncil post in the interest of
^presenting the people of Char
»tte through public service, and
lodged his support of a sound
nd efficient local government.
The municipal primary will be
eld on April 25, after a coat
Jetely new registration of voters
nd the general election is booked
or May 3.
Primaries—Monday April 25, 1949
Ejection— 1 uesday, May d, Xyw
—Paid Political Advertisement

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