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Give Labor Unions Credit
One of the roast fearless cham
pions of trade unions in the 81st
Congress, , Senator Hubert H. \
Humphrey, Democrat of Minne
sota, is an outspoken foe of the
Taft-Hartley law. Because he so
clearly demonstrates the false
philosophy that underlies the
Taft-Hartley law, we offer ex
cerpts from .his remarks before
the Senate Labor committee.
The question of labor-manage
ment relations does r.ot exist in
a vacuum. To understand the
bills we are discussing—the Taft- j
Hartley act and the bill that will
replace it, the Thomas Act—we
must deal with it in relation to j
the whole economy and the entire
We , have heard a great deal
about labor's bargaining power
growing too great. Let me refer
to the facts again. Could work
ers have too much bai gaining
power when in 1948. 31 per cent
of our families still have income
under $2,000 a Vea: ? While in
the meantime, corporate profits
hit an all-time high.
And those profits are going up
yet, ever, e- unemployment sets
in. even as farm prices come
down, even as oar dairy farmers
are being taken tc the cleaners,
and our .att’e farmers find their
market ' breaking.
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Cadillac: A Cadillac mean if
ou pull its tail.
Boll Weevil: After the boll
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Loquacious: She bumped into
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• • *
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I’m glad. It cost me $1 000. Very
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Guffaw: “Which part is bull?”
Guff: “The part about the
» • *
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one Sunday and returned abso
lutely empty. The pastor cast
his eyes heavenward and said
reverently, "I thank Thee, oh
Lord, that I got my hat back.”
• • •
Miss Batten took a piece of
chalk and wrote on the black
board: “I didn’t have no fun over
“Now, Jimmy.” she command
ed, “how should I correct that?”
“Get yourself a feller,” sug
* * •
'Twas in a restaurant they met,
Brave Romeo and Juliet.
He had no cash to pay his debt
So Romeo’d what Juli'et.
* * *
She sat on a bridge in the gloam
And tickled his face with het
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Guff and Guffaw
Mr. Jones: “I hear you have
a convertible. Is that true?"
Mr. Brown: “Yes,x I have a
convertible. My wife! She con
! verts my money into clothes and
jewelry; she converts my time
into shopping sprees and bridge
games. See what I mean?”
Guff: “Guffaw, the doctor says
he’s going to have to remove this
infected nerve in my face."
! Guffaw: “Listen here. Guff,
j You go tell that crazy doctor that
| with a face like yours you need
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“The difference between a pre
judice and a conviction is that !
you can explain a conviction with
out getting mad.”
Ardent Male: “I’d love to be
married to you some day!”
Screen Star: “All right, I'll
put you on my wedding list.”
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Below will be found a list of the Voting Precincts,
names of the registrars, their addresses and telephone
numbers. Keep this data for future reference:
Voting Place. COURT HOUSE—Registrar Mrs I \
Miller, 722 East I Wlh St. rhnne * »I?6
Votinjr Place, SECOND WARD St HOOC—Regis
trar, Mrs. S. Wells, 533 East Second St. Phone 3-1402.
Toting Place, FIRST WARD SCHOOL—Registrar
Mrs. C. t. Richards. 120 E. 11th St. Phone 7079.
Met all, 1614 North Davidson St. Phone 3-4318*
I ^'HOOI.—Registrar, Mrs.
L. S. Bo>d. 312 West Ninth St. Phone 3-4976.
Volins Place, HARDING HIGH SCllOOU-Regis
7248 J‘ ( ’ B°0ker’ 2,1 Norlh Sycamore St. Phone
Voting Place, ZED VANCE SCHOOL-Registrar,
.Mrs. L. h. Brown, 811 West Third St. Phone 2-1511.
Voting Place. VILLA HEIGHTS SCHOOIa—Regis
trar, Mrs. R. W. Strickland. 1905. Pegram St. Phone
Voting Place—COMMUNITY HOUSE, Y. M. C. A..
36th St.—Registrar, Mrs. A. M. ( adieu, 805 East
hirf k C# Dk..n„ o ouoi e
Thirty-fifth St. Phone 3-2831
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Voting Place, PLAZA HOAD SCHOOL—Registrar,
Mrs. H. A. Bundy, 1916 Marguerite Ave. Phone 2-3780.
Voting Place, 1620 CLUB ROAD—Registrar, Mrs. A.
H. Harper, 1620 Club Road. Phone 2-0758.
Voting Place, MID WOOD SCHOOL—Registrar, Mrs.
S. G. Cornwell, 2000 Winter St. Phone 2-6128.
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Voting Place, CHARLOTTE TECH. HIGH—Regis
trar, Mrs. J. F; Gulledge, 1608 N. Allen St. Phone
Voting Place, PIEDMONT JR. HIGH SCHOOL—
Registrar, Mrs. E. E. Peele. 819 Central Ave. Phone
Voting Place, 537 LAMAR AVE.—Registrar, Mrs.
D. H. Wolfe, Jr., 541 Lamar Ave. Phone 8419.
Voting Place, 2539 WESTMORELAND AVE.—Reg
istrar. Mrs. W. T. Hodge, 2539 Westmoreland. Phone
Voting Place, 1028 WATERMAN AVENUE—Regis
trar, Mrs. C. C. Pressley, 1028 Waterman Ave. Phone
Voting Place, FIREMAN’S HALL—Registrar, Mrs.
R. J. Snell, 617 Vinewood Place. Phone 9820.
Voting Place, MINT MUSEUM, Eastover—Registrar,
Mrs. Bernice Mizell, 110 Colville Rd. Phone 3-7206*J
Voting Place, EASTOVER SCHOOL—Registrar, Mrs.
' P. Moore, 425 Fenton Place. Phone 2-3662.
Voting Place. Ill BARNETT PLACE—Registrar,
Mrs. Percy Stephens, 1*07 Hedgewood Place. Phone
_ Voting Clare, 2108 VAIL AVE.—Registrar. Mrs. L. '
L. Clontz, 2108 Nail Ave. Rhone 3-1024.
Volins? Place, ELIZABETH SCHOOL—Registrar,
Mrs. M. S. Ward. 1208 East Fifth St. Phone 2-1408.
Voting Place. MYERS PARK SCHOOL—Registrar,
Mrs. J. A. Hoar, 1055 Queens ltd.. W. Phone 2-57114
Voting Place. 1026 PROVIDENCE RD—Registrar,
Mrs. M. R. Kimhrell, 2517 Sherwood Ave. Phone
Voting Place. MYERS PARK CI.l’B—Registrar.
Mrs. Albert Dulin. Rockledge Apts. Phone 5-1153*
Voting Place. AVONDALE COM. HOUSE—Regis
trar. Mrs. Orris Carpenter, 1132 Ordermore. Phone
Voting Place. 1612 KENILWORTH AVE—Regis
trar, Mrs. C. W. Alexander. 1612 Kenilworth Ave.
Voting Place. OIL WORTH SCHOOL—Registrar.
Mrs. W. W. Hollifield. 126 Lexington Ave. Phone
Voting Place. 1716 LYNDHURST AVE.—Registrar,
Mrs. G. P. Jenkins, 1716 l.yndhurst. Phone 2-0479.
Voting Place. 1927 DILWORTH RD., W—Registrar.
Mrs. Ina Bullock. 1927 Dilworth Rd., West. Phone
Voting Place. lOOt POINDEXTER DR—Registrar,
Miss Mavis Koonce, 1004 Poindexter Drive. Phone
I'Kfcl IKU 33
Voting Place. WILMORE SCHOOL—Registrar, Mrs.
J. A. Daly, 1722 South Tryon SI. Phone 2*2230.
Voting Place. ALEXANDER GRAHAM JR. HIGH.
SCHOOL—Registrar. Mrs. J. W. I.atane. 1101 Winni*
fred Place. Phone 2-0830.
Voting Place, WESLEY HEIGHTS SCHOOL—Regis
trar, Mrs. R. O. Fortenbery, 633 Grandin Rd. Phone
Voting Place. SEVERSVILLE SCHOOL—Registrar.
Mrs. R. B. Graham. 1607 Sumter Ave. Phone 3-5207.
Voting Place, GLENWOOD SCHOOL—Registrar,
Mrs. W. B. Whitesides, 3115 Rush Ave. Phone 3-4730.
Voting Place, 2436 WILKINSON bLVD.—Registrar,
Mrs. W. A. Shaw. 2436 Wilkinson Blvd. Phone 2-5219.
Voting Place, WEST CHARLOTTE HIGH—Regis
trar, Mrs. Coretha Ix>vell, 1407 Beattie’s Ford Road.
Voting Place, LIBRARY, or ASSEMBLY ROOM,
FAIRVIEW HOMES—Registrar, Miss Abiah Miller,
1210 North Johnson St. Phone, none.
Voting Place. HUTCHISON SCHOOI—Registrar,
MRS. J. L. MILLER, 231 Sylvania Ave. Phone 3-2015.
1607 STATESVILLE AVE—Registrar. Mrs. II. J.
McConnell, 1607 Statesville Ave. Phone 5-4523.
* Registrar’s home telephone. She cannot be reached
pver this telephone on registration or election days. If
you wish to contact her call her at night.