North Carolina Newspapers

    GREETINGS
Acousticon
Charlotte Co.
F. D. Gibson, Mr.
jkm. 809 Professional BMf.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
ATLAS FINANCE
COMPANY
126 E. Third Tot. 4-7710
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Antoricait Bedding
Company
And Sooly Mattress Co.
Manufacturers of
Mattress and Cotton Felt
200 W. Tremont St.
Telephone 2-5007
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Auto Electric and
Carburetor Service
Carburetors, RAapnatos,
Distributors, C5ea orators
Motor Tune-up
SALES AND SERVICE
632 Dowd Rd. Ph. 4-7181
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
{100 PENSIONS GRUNTED
ALUMINUM WORKERS
PITTSBURGH.—The Aluminum
Company of America has signed
contracts with four AFL unions
granting company paid, noncon
tributary pensions and insurance,
to 10,000 workers in five plants.
The APL International Council
of Aluminum Workers said that
acceptance of the offer covered
employes in East St. Louis, 111.;
Lafayette, Ind.; Massena, N. Y.;
Cressona, Pa., and Chillicothe, O.
The council is composed of fed
eral labor unions and is headed by
Eddie R. Stahl, president, of
Louisville, Ky. Stahl announced
strikeless settlement.
The contract calls for noncon
tributory pensions of not less than
$100 a month, including social se
curity for an employe 65 years old
with 25 years' service. Propor
tionate benefits are provided for
GREETINGS
Aron dole Pharmacy
2204 Avondale Ave.
Telephone 3-2168
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
L. A. Barnes Paint
Cr Body Shop
1609 Perk wood Ave.
Telephone 3-8297
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
AMERICAN CRANKSHAFT CO.
"Beet Equipped Shop ill the Smith"
A Complete Crankshaft Service
510 W. Morehead St. Tel. 2-1354
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
mt
ATLAS SUFPLY COMPANY
MILL SUPPUE8
Wholesale Plumbing and Heating Supplies
South Blvd. Tel. 3-0556
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/ CHARLOTTE. N. I
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Airport Park
AMUSEMENTS
WILKINSON BOULEVARD
CHARLOTTE, H. 6.
Bring tliB Kiddin ond Enjoy Yourtolf
ARTS ENGRAVING CO., INC.
222 So. Poplar St. Tol. 4-6139
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Atkinson Motors, Inc.
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
SALES AND SERVICE
Dodge "Job Rated" Trucks
300 W«t Fifth St. Tal. 5-4411
CHAMdOTTI, N. C
ATLANTIC COMPANY
BREWERS OP ATLANTIC ALB AND BEER
300 So. Graham St.
TaL 2-1104
CHAtLOTTK.N. C
New Home of State Capital Life Insurance Co., Raleigh
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State Capital Life Iaaaraace Company waa organised ia 19M by a group of North Carolinians,
ita Home Office being located at Raleigh. North Carolina. The Company has aver $80 000,000 life
iaaaraace ia farce. It writea Ordinary, Aanaity, Group Life a ad Hospitalization. Building aad Loan.
Credit, Industrial, aad Accident Iaaaraace. Beiag a North Carotins caaipany it awkea it a practice to
invest funds ia North Carolina, awklag loana on reoidential aad hnaiaaaa properties ia the State.
The Company has aver MIMN in capital aad surplus far the added protection of ita policyhold
ers. It moved into ita new Homo Office building located on Hillsboro Street in March of this year.
The third door has aa auditorium ia which the Company’s school is held. All agents attend the
school before entering into say held work. On the third door ia also the cafeteria which is operated
for the employees on a cost basis.
Maine Head Urges
Strong State LLPE
Winthrop, Me.—President Ben
Dorsky of the Maine Federation of
Labor urged the United Textile
Workers' Maine Textile Council to
work for a strong state unit ol
Labor’s League for Political Edu
cation.
Mr. Dorsky said that the Maine
representation in the U. S. Senate
and House in the final rotes did
not help in the attempt to repeal
the Tlaft-Hartley law.
"Maine workers,’* he said, "must
not be permitted to forget this fact
on election day and a strong LLPE
is needed in Maine to make sure
that members of the AFL in Maine
do not forget.”
employes of 15 years or more
service. Benefits for permanent
disability are provided in a limit
«d<jsumber dt asses. \
lie insurance, program undei
the agreement includes a $2,000
policy during the employe's ac
tive service, with paid-up policy
of 11,500 to become effective at
retirement. Cash sickness, hos
pital, surgical and aeckdent bene
fits are included also.
GREETINGS
American Cotton
Co-Operative
Association
1209 McCall Street
Tel. 2-6464
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
J. V. Andrews
Plumbing fir Heating
Co.
S09 E. Seventh St.
Phene 4-2877
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Artistic Letter Shop
215 West Third St.
Tel. 3-0808
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Atlantic Marble Or
Tile Co.
227 So. Mint St.
Tel. 3-8618
CHARLOTTE. N. C
No More District Meetings
By action of the Executive
Committee of the NCFPOC, ail
future meetings of the North
Carolina Federation of Post Of
fice Clerks will be called just
that. Any references to sections
or districts of the state will be
omitted and such meetings will
be open to all North Carolina post
office clerks and their invited
guests such as the letter carriers.
Postmasters, Supervisors, Rural
Letter Carriers, etc.
Heretofore it has been custo
mary to advertise a meeting in
the western part of the state,
for example, as a meeting of the
Western District of the NCFPOC.
That is no morej Any meetings
of the NCFPOCkkregardless of
location, will be open to all North
Carolina Federation! its and la
lieu of sectional prefixes, such
meetings will become known as
“seasonal” meetings of the state
organization. The constitution of
the state Federation presently
provides for one annual state
convention and three meetings per
year. Hence a meeting scheduled
to be held in September will be |
advertised as a 'Hate summer" |
or "early Fall” meeting and an-;
other in January may be called
a “Winter” meeting and so on.
Sectional references to state
Federation meetings have proved
in the past to be misleading and
it is for this reason that the
broader term was adopted.
It should be clearly understood
that the North Carolina Feder
ation of Post Office Clerks is in
no way affiliated with any such
groups which may be known aa
the Eastern. Central or Western
North Carolina Postal Employees
Associations. While the State
Federation recognises the poten
tial advantages of such organisa
tions, it has been decided by the
Executive Committee that * state
Federation funds will not permit
indiscriminate patronv* of such
Association meetings ay state If
flcers and that the interests of
the NCFPOC can best be served
through meetings called under
its own sponsorship and direction.
The Executive Committee of the
NCFPOC is anxious, however,
that members will not construe
this to mean that such meetings
as may be called by sectional as
sociations should not be attended,
but that the state Committee can
no longer afford to underwrite
them.
OCTOBER FACTORY EARN
INGS DROP M CENTS
WEEKLY
Washington, D. C. — Weakly
earnings for the 11.4 million pro
duction workers in the Nation's
manufacturing establishments av
eraged (56.26 in mid-October, de
creasing about half a dollar from
the Sentember level. These pre
liminary estimates were made
available by the Labor Depart
ment’s Bureau of Labor Statistics
This was the first interruption
of the slowly rising trend since
last April. While the average
workweek of 39.7 hours in Octo
ber showed little change from the
previous month, hourly earnings
fell 1.1 cents to (1.39.
The earnings decl ne was large
ly due to the direct effect of the
steel strike, some curtailment in
the automotive industry, and a
seasonal expansion of the lower
paid segments in non-durable
goods industries.
Strike idleness among the relav
tively high paid steel workers
brought hourly earnings in the
durable goods industries down two
cents to $1.46. As a result,
weekly earnings fell to $68.11 to
mid-October.
Weekly earnings in the non
durable goods industries were
$6186 in October — the second
highest month on record.
WIN INSURANCE.
Springfield, Mo.—United Auto
Workers Local 766 of the AFL is
the first labor group in this entire
area to win health and accident in
surance for its members. In a new
contract with TraihnobOo Co., the
employer agrees to pay the entire
coot of life insurance, weekly acci
dent and sickness benefits, hoepi
al and surgical seats.
Holiday Greetings
Baucom's Transfer
Company
2924 N. Tryon Tel. 8110
CHARLOTTI, N. C.
BORDEN
Gibson's Ice Cream
800 E. Morehaad
Ask Your Favorite Dealer
For
Lady Borden ice Cream
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Booth Realty
Mortgage Co.
116 So. Church Si.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
J. H. Brantley
624 East Fourth
Phono 44)488
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS TO LABOR
D. R. BARTLETT MACHINE CO.
GENERAL REPAIRS
ToddviHe Road Tol. 2-4327
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
BLANKENSHIP BROTHERS
Grading Contractors — Drainage and Sewer
2217 S. Try on St. Dial 3-6794
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
J. J. BREEN fir SON PLUMBING
fir HEATING COMPANY
110 So. Irovori St.
ToL 7708
CHARLOTTE, M. C.
AVRETT & LEDBETTER
ROOFING & HEATING CO.
419 Eoat Soventfi St. Tol. 3-7131
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GUY M. BEATY & COMPANY
CONTRACTOR AND DISTRIBUTOR
PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS
522 Elliott St. Tel. 3-5838
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Seasons Greetings
THE BARRINGER HOTELS ‘
OWNING AND OPERATING 750 MODERN
HOTEL ROOMS
Hotel Wm. R. Barringer.Charlotte, N. C.
Hotel Columbia..Columbia, S. C.
Hotel Richmond... Augusta, Go.
GREETINGS TO LABOR
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