DR. E. H. HEDRICK
Candidate For The Democratic Nomination For
TO THE POSTMASTER ADDRESSED:
You, as a postmaster and all other postal employees, should be informed as to the voting record of Dr. E. H Hedrick on bills in the House of Representatives affecting postmasters and postal employees.
I take pleasure in giving below, his record, which I believe will meet with your approval.
Does one good turn deserve another?
Primary Election, May 13.
Yours very truly,
J. Alfred Taylor
BILLS WHICH DR. E. H. HEDRICK SUPPORTED AND VOTED FOR WHICH BENEFITED POSTMASTERS AND ALL OTHER POSTAL EMPLOYEES.
1.- Fourth Class offices placed on annual salary instead of commission, graded $72.00 to 1100.00.
2.- Discontinuance of civil service examination for postmasters of 3rd and 4th class when changed from one class to another.
3.- Lump sum payment for terminal leave including postmasters.
4.- First, 2nd and 3rd class postmasters to be on duty not less than 48 hours per week, payment for 8 hours as additional compensation ranging from 5 per cent on base salaries $5,000 – $7,999 to 20 per cent for salaries $2,000 and under.
5.- Reclassification to postmasters salaries.
6.- Additional compensation for postmasters.
7.- Compensation for persons performing the duties of postmaster at 4th class during leave of absence of such postmaster.
8.- Increased compensation for postmasters 4th class whose offices have advanced because of unusual conditions.
9.- Increased compensation for all postmasters plus longevity grades.
10.- Uniform longevity grades for ALL employees, retroactive to November 1, 1949. Amends Public Law 428 and Public Law 500.
11.- Reclassification of all Postmasters, retroactive to July 1, 1951.
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