North Carolina Newspapers

    Charlotte Auto
Parts Co.
"The Hows with Parking
Facilities"
328 No. Biward
Tol. 3-8881
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Charlotte Poultry
Company
Live and Dressed Poultry
Wholesale-—Retail
926 East Fourth St.
Phone 4-6849
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Charlotte Radiator
Shop
E. O. Bast, Prop.
Our purpose to serve, and
serving our purpose since
1917.
229 So. Mint St.
Tot. 7252
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Cheerwine Bottling
Com pony
2305 Hutchison Are.
Phone 2 2977
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Labor's Business
Appreciated
Chesapeake Paper
Stock Co.
INCORPORATED
“WE BUY ALL GRADES
OP WASTE PAPER”
701 West Fifth St.
Tel. 3-9512
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
City Plumbing Co.
211 Tuckoseege Rd.
Tel. 2-3739
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Carolina Aniline fir
Extract Co.
f. O. Bos 2386
301 South Cedar St.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Supreme Court
Says Local Option
Rent Law Invalid
Washington.—The constitutional
ity of the 1049 federal rent control
law was sustained by the Supreme
Court recently in a brief order re
versing the decision of a lower
court. The ruling, unanimous and
with Justice William O. Douglas
not participating, upset a decision
by Judge Elwyn R. Shaw in the
Chicago Federal District Court.
Judge *Shaw had held the law in
valid because a “local option” clause
allowed states or cities to end or
establish their own rent controls.
Judge Shaw construed this as an
unconstitutional delegation of pow
er by Congress. He found that it
would not have passed the 1949
statute without this “local option"
section, and consequently he held
the whole act invalid.
The Chicago case arose when the
Housing Expediter sued to stop
Shoreline Co-o p e r a t i v e Apart
ments, Inc., of that city from evict
ing tenants of a co-operatively
owned apartment house. Under the
law, tenants of a co-operative
house cannot be ejected unless 65
per cent of them are stockholders.
The expediter said that not that
many lived in the building.
In appealing the Shoreline case
to the Supreme Court, the Depart
GREETINGS
Central Diner
J. P. Elliott
Sandwiches — Chops
Steaks and Beverages
1509 Central Ava.
Telephone 5-9593
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Central Hat Shop
CLEANERS — HATTERS
30 Minute Service
127 W. Trade Phene 8349
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
Charlotte Septic
Tank Company
We Install Tanks Accord
ing to Your Individual Needs
300 E. 8th St.
Telephone 4-5578
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
. GREETINGS
Civil's Plaza
Pharmacy
1432 Central Are.
Telephone 3-4171
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EAGLE STORES, INC.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
W. J. EDWARDS & CO.
Food Broker*
307 So. College
Tel. 2-6197
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
GREETINGS
ERNEST ELLISON, INC.
L. R. Teel *• e
"JUST INSURANCE"
Liberty Life IMf> Te**
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Sees U. S. Neglecting
Its Musical Heritage
BY ARNOLD BEICHMAN.
N«w York Correspondent for AFL New* Service.
New York.—Federal, state and local governments “should con
sider serioasly what can be done to further the arts in our country.”
Tile proposal is made by Secretary of Labor Maurie J. Tobin in
an exclusive article for the current “Alegro," monthly publication
of Local 802, American Federation of Musicians.
“As a first step," he writes, “it might be advisable for leading
groups in our midst to appoint a commission of outstanding citizens,
specialists in the various arts, to examine the state of the arts in
the United States and to make recommendations, after detailed
study, to those in positions of influence and authority.
“In an investigation of this kind, I should like to see the status
of the musicians, as a creative being, thoroughly studied. I know
that organised labor, which would, of course, be represented on such
a commission, would thoroughly support such a project. ’
The cabinet member declared that there is “insufficient encourage
ment given in our country to the development of our musical
Heritage." that musical talent in America “has little opportunity
for creative employment” and that each year “potentially fine tal
ents among our young men and women are driven away and
discouraged.”
“It seems to me that as a country we should devote more of our
resources to maturing our human resources, not only physically
l,ut also spiritually and culturally. I think that we must in coming
years seek out the Ulented youngster*—the potentially good artists,
whether with pallet or piano, with chisel or camera—and encourage
them, help them so that our country can materially contribute even
more richly to the cultural growth of the democratic world."
merit of Justice said that about 14,
000,000 housing accommodations
remained under rent control in the
country.
Tighe E. Woods, Federal Hous
ing Expediter, was elated by the
Supreme Court action.
“Under its opinion, the court in
effect rules that the housing short
age growing out of the war still
exists,” he said.
Mr. Woods upheld a ban on rent
increases in the Chicago area.
The Cook County Rent Advisory
Board reported it had found that
no general increase in maximum
rents should take place now, and
the Federal Housing Expediter
said that the finding "is supported
by adeuate and substantial evi
dence.”
State of North Carolina,
County of Mecklenburg.
Paul Y. Rea, Plaintiff, vs. Sadie
Mae Neely Rea. Defendant.
NOTICE
The Defendant. Sadie Mae
Neely Rea, will take notice that
an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Mecklenburg County, N.
C. . to obtain an absolute divorce
from the defendant. Sadie Mae
Neely Rea, on the grounds of two
years separation as by law made
and provided, and the said defend
ant, Sadie Mae Neely Rea will
further take notice that she is
required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Mecklenburg County, N. <C.,
in the Courthouse in Charlotte.
N. C., within twenty days after
the twelfth day of January, A.
D. . 1950, and answer or demur to
the complaint in said action, or
the plaintiff. Paul Y. Rea. will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said Complaint.
This the ninth day of December.
A. D.. 1949.
WM. M. MOORE,
Assistant Clerk of the Superior
Court, Mecklenburg County,
North Carolina.
<12—15-22-29; 1—5c)
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Department of State
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF DISSOLUTION
To All to Whom These Presents
May Come—Greetings:
Whereas, It appears to my sat
isfaction, by duly authenticated
record of the proceedings for the
voluntary dissolution thereof by
the unanimous consent of sill the
stockholders, deposited in my of*
flee, that the Kgrlin Motors, Inc.,
a corporation of this State, whose
principal office is situated in the
City of Charlotte. . County of
Mecklenburg, State of North Car
olina (George S. Crouch being the
agent therein and in charge there
of, upon whom process may be
served), has complied with the
requirements of Chapter 55, Gen
eral Statutes, entitled “Corpora
tions,” preliminary to the issuing
of this Certificate of Dissolution:
Now therefore, I, Thad Eure.
Secretary of State of the State
of North Carolina, do hereby cer
tify that the said corporation did.
on the fifth day of Decomoer,
1949, file in my office a duly ex
ecuted and attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said
corporation, executed by all the
stockholders thereof, which said
consent and the record of the pro
ceedings aforesaid are now on file
in my said office as provided by
law.
In testimony whereof, I have
hereto set my hand and affixed
my official seal at Raleigh, this
fifth day of December, A. D.,
1949.
THAD EURE.
Secretary of State.
(12—15*22*29; 1—6c)
New as4 Bee—JiU—ei
PIANOS
For the boot value in NEW er
reconditioned pianos, select
your* from oar stock of nearly
100 instrunenta. Setinway,
Mathushek, Winter, Howard, |
and many other*. Price* to
suit everyone.
ANDREWS MUSIC CO. |
“Our 55th Year”
“Sfeinway Headquarter*"
131 North Tryon Street
- - — .- ■ * I
I
Enderses Herrmann 2
For Congressman
Newark, N. J.—Jacob C. Baer,
vice president of the International
AUTO REPAIRS—
BOB ROBINSON’S
AUTO SERVICE
Any Repair to Any Car or
Track — Brakes. Ignition
and Body Repairs
Skilled Mechanics
Modern Equipment
7*1 E. Trade Phone 4-3W1
Opposite Court House
MHO SPRIN6S—
SALEM SPRING CO.,
INC.
Manufacturing and Re
Altering
Repairing of
Auto Truck and Bus
Springs
2215 Berrjrhill Read
(InterMetieU of West
Morehead and Wilkinson
Boulevard)
Phone 4-SMI
BOTTLERS—
' SUN CREST BOTTLING
COMPANY
Bottlers of
SUN CREST ORANGE
NU GRAPE
1207 West Morehesd
Phono 4-2193
KISER DRU6 COMPANY
“The Homo ot Purity and
Accurwy"
2490 Wilkinson Boulevard
Phono 4-9819
Charlotte. N. C..
BRICK CONTRACTOR—
W. L. JENKINS
Contractor
BRICK MASON
Any 8t*Ie Brick and
Concrete Work
225 Tockaaeece Road
Phono 2-3952
Charlotte, N. C.
BUILDING MATERIALS—
McClure lumber go.
LUMBER AND BUILD
ING MATERIALS
Lime, Cement, Sash end
Deere
“Everything To Build With"
Bn 415-C
Route 6. Mt. Belly Reed
Cherlette, N. C.
CLEiliERS—
HARTS CLEA'NERS,
INC.
A COMPLETE CLEANING
SERVICE ON ALL TYPES
OF GARMENTS
7X7 North Graham Street
Phone 441N
Charlotte, N. C.
REMUS & PRESSING—
SEGREST CLEANERS
One Day Service on deques
Cleaning and Preening
Ladies, Men’s and Children
Clothes
Pick Up and Delivery
2701 Tackaseege Road
Phone 4-6993
sneet mvui workers union ana
an active Essex County Republi
can, suggested in a statement that
the Republican party give serious
consideration to Asse mblyman
Lewis M. Herrmann as a candi
date for Congress in New Jersey’s
11th Congressional District.
Mr. Herrmann, a member of the
AFL International Typographical
Union and publisher of the New
Jersey Labor Herald, was re-elect
ed last November to the state leg
islature by the highest vote given
any candidate in Essex County.
DEBALTA RESIGNS
COURIER POSITION
Washington.—Stephen L. Debal
ta announced severance of his con
nection with the Trade Union Cour
ier. He wrote to the AFL News
Service:
“Following the denunciation in
your Nov. 29 issue of the Trade
Union Courier, published in New
Vork, I feel compelled for my own
protection to make it known
through your columns that I have
severed my connection with that
publication on Oct. 15 and do no
longer represent it here.
“Furthermore the Trade Union
Courier is no longer reprsented in
Washington and has no office here,
despite the fact that it continues
to carry on its masthead the ad
dress and telephone number of its
former office.”
For Indirection, Sour Stomach and Goa, Taka
NA-CO TABLETS
MONET BACK GDARANTBB
SELWYN CUT RATE DRUG STORE
NEXT TO rOST OFT1CE
A Bird You Want To Know
preeeat the CM
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Proad ly wa
ROOSTER - the
Colonial Stores.
The C8 Beoatsr It. sow ws» [
of Identifying Big Stsr sad Little
Star Stores, sai shove sfl — A -
MARK OR QUAL1TT FOOD*,
leia the
the alga of
RR today — yes’ll ho glad that*
yos did!
COLONIAL STORES
INGOIPOIATII
Buyers’ Guide and
Business Directory
These Firms And Business Houses Have Supported
Your Labor Paper And Solicit Your Patronage.
DRY CLE/UHN6—
ALEXANDER ST.
CLEANERS
Clayton Black, Prop.
Complete Dry Cleaning
Service
Ladies' and Men's Garment*
Pick-Up and Delivery
522 South Alexander
Phone 91M
ESSO SERVICE—
WELCH’S ESSO
SERVICf!
TIRE RECAPPING
ESSO GAS AND OIL
AUTO ACCESSORIES
BATTERIES
401 East Seventh 8L
Dial 0542
FLOOR COVERINGS
BIVENS FLOORS AND
CABINETS, INC.
Linoleum and Unoleum Tile
Asphalt and Rubber Tile
Cabinet Tope
Venetian Blinds
Made To Order
2033 Shenandoah Ave.
Phone 3-0007
Charlotte. N. C.
FLOOR COVERINGS—
HALL’S, IRC.
“Home of Quality floor
Coverings’*
• Wall To Wall Coverings.
• Rubber Tile.
• Inlaid Linoleum.
• Asphalt TUo.
• Venetian Blinds.
• Word Carpets and
Carpeting.
Estimates Without Cost
1520 Providence Road
Phone 5-4449
Charlotte. N. C.
FORD SERVICE—
HEATH MOTOR CO.
Your Authorized
FORD DEALER
Sales and Service
Repairs By Expert
Mechanics
218 Went Fifth 8treet
Phtno 34(59
ClurlitU, N. C.
GROCERIES—
BENSON GROCERY
“Your Friendly Store"
Quality Meats
Groceries, Fruits. Vegetables
Neighborhood Delivery
•41 East First St.
Phone 9736
GROCERIES—
MOODY’S GROCERY
The Right Place
GROCERIES. FRUITS.
VEGETABLES
The Best In Fresh Meat*
Delivery Service
2817 S. Tryon Phone 9214
GROCERIES & MEATS—
POTTS GROCERY
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH MEATS. FRUITS.
AND VEGETABLES
Neighborhood Delivery
1023 Beattya Ford Road
Phone 4-8414
GROCERIES & MEATS—
C. R. FITE'S
GROCERY
421 OokleiTn Ave.
2022 Vanderbilt Read
Quality Freeh Menta
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruita and Vegetables
Call 4-7424 For Delivery
LAUNDRY & CLEANING—
WATSON’S
30-MINUTE LAUNDRY
45 WASHING MACHINES
5 LARGE DRYERS
DRY CLEANING
144 West Park Avenue
Phone 4-24SI
MARBLE AND TILE—
ATLANTIC MARBLE &
TILE COMPANY
•
INTERIOR MARBLE
TILE AND TERRAZZO
227 South Mint St.
Phene 2-4414
Charlotte, N. C.
RESTAURUT
' RESTAURANT
CHINESE DISHES - CHOP SUET
STEAKS, CHOPS AND SEA FOODS
124 West Trade Street
(Near tb« Square)
GAS, OIL & ACCESSORIES—
ALLEN’S SHELL
SERVICE
Shell Products
Washing and Lubrication
I'vliahinr Waxing
Tirfs and Auto Accessorie
Cars railed for and dcliren
750 W. Trade Phone 9MS
OIL BURNERS—
$. H. DUNCAN & CO.
Distributer for
Ames Oil Fired Burner
Automatic Oil Fired
Ideal for
Dairies. Food Lockers,.
Canneries.
Meat Processing Plants
218 West First Street
Dial 2-8144
Charlette, N. C.
RESTAURANT
AIR CONDITION® *
BISTANY’S
RESTAURANT
Steaks, Chops. Clucked Sea
Feats, Beef or Pork Stam
pers .... Cork Ssesfae
Opea 7:00 A M. to IS. PJL
» A.M. to 12 P-M. Soodajr
24M N. Tryea Street
Across froas Alame Plasa
Toarist Coart
ROWING—
6E0. E. NORMAN
ROOFING C8.
Carey Roofing
Industrial, Residential
Commercial
Serving the CaroUasa
Since 1911
Estimates Furnished
Dial 3-7338
520 Elliott St.
SAW SHARPENING—
CHARLOTTE SAW OR.
Hand Saws Sharpened
By Expert Filing
42t West Palmar Street 'j
Pksae 4-341#
Ckarlette, N. C.
SERVICE ST/ITIOR—
HELMS TEXACO
SERVICE
Open 7 A.M. Claes It PJNL
Seven Days a Week
Firestone Tlree and Tubes
Texaco Products
Washing. Greasiaf
Road Service
Tel. #537 1421 Belmont Ava.
    

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