High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 25 1926, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 25, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point set Trerise. Monday. January 25. 1926 Page 5 Imi a Nim ii a Ruhr Arditti i i or. I i a i n Baton Rouge Louisana made an investigation of paving bids and awarded 150,000 Square Yards of Asphalt pavement to the Low bidder read this recommendation _ class or service Symbol Bay ukr Chi Mussel n l Uttz if Nam Quot of 4mmi ctn tear Omeha in Muf nor a a wit two u a Sty Grimmm Oswar we Rte a by Etc a w by a a a a a a Ner a a Una a. West Tel Union am Newcomb Carltone i Okst Gcorge w. C. Atkin. Vice Erml Dent Silvio Brooks Etc to tto int Clam of service Day hmm Day l Attar h ugh latter it toot or Symbol slur Nim n l of Imp Ihram a Amar a to fat number 1 Wiwik thai Lei Day Mataafa. Or a la Law altar mtg Tatad by so rom spam Una Attar a Hae Raleigh n. Cd a May 7, 192 5 Gfa 9 26 w. H. Bynum Union Bank amp Trust co. Bldg. Baton Rouge la. Understand Robert g. Lassiter accompany Low bidders your Street paving work. This company has constructed for us several million dollars Worth of highways in this state. Their work has been very satisfactory in every respect and we strongly recommend them. They have ample equipment and experienced organizations and financial responsibility to handle any size contract. This company is now employed by us in building highways in this state and they Are thoroughly competent to construct All types of Asphalt and Concrete pavements. Frank Page chairman. N. C. State Highway commission. Raleigh n. C. Chairman Frank Page has investigated the bids and awarded contracts for upwards of $124,000,000 Worth of Asphalt and Concrete paved highways and enjoys a National reputation for his expert knowledge of contractors organizations and the Quality of their work. Among the Twenty or More commend tory references received by major Bynum of Baton Rouge were the following Weste amp of Union Telegram inn. I Mph a a West Btu set 1 fits. J of a we Imp i4v Tel in Union ram Reagan West Tel aaa. The Mem Ltd new. Butt he a a no filth Kji-4 la. To inv. It it a but an a Jim cfa-97 w. H. Bynum Union Bank amp Trust co. Bldg. Baton Hougla. Lake wort Pla. May 6, 1925 Norfolk., va., May $. 19 25. Robert g. Lassiter amp company Are at this time performing Large paving and sewer contract for this City. We find their work of the highest Type. Have found them thoroughly reliable and Are convinced of their ability financially and As contractors to carry out any contract your City May award them. W. A. Boutwell. Commissioner Public works. Ybx-127 mayor w. H. Bynum Union Bank amp Trust co. Bldg. Baton Rouge la. It gives me pleasure to recommend to you r. G. Lassiter amp co. In connection with any paving contract contemplated by you. This firm has done a Large amount of Wor a for the City under me dating Back Many years they will Feo that which they contract to do. / 1 Walter h. Taylor 3rd director of Public works. Montgomery Ala May St. 19 25 �?�4 the Felt no a emuiuhm4 a it a a Raab a. Ink a of a 274-27 w. H. Bynum Union Bank amp Trust co. Bldg. Baton Rouge g. Lassiter amp company have contracted for and finished a Large amount or paving and still Are at work Here. We have found them absolutely satisfactory contractors willing at All times to do the right thing i unhesitatingly recommend them to you As High class contractors and most satisfactory to do business with w. A. Guner jr., mayor reasons for the above recommendations a North Carolina paving company founded 15 years ago and now operating throughout the entire South. $27,287,419.00 Worth of pavement construction performed. Seven million and two Hundred thousand Square Yards of pavement Laid. This is equivalent to 720 Miles of eighteen feet wide Roadway never defaulted on a contract financial responsibility unquestioned operating 12 Asphalt paving plants to Large Concrete paving plants 16 steam shovel cranes and drag lines 38 steam and gasoline Road rollers 20 Concrete mixers 33 Auto trucks 6 automatic material loaders 7 locomotives 8 tractors 368 mules 3000 men employed by our company read the places where paving has been performed and the number of times called upon to work in each Community North Carolina Henderson 2 Durham. 3 Greensboro 6 Orford 2 Raleigh 2 Lumberton 2 Laurinburg Rocky mount 3 Guilford county Durham county. 2 Wake county 2 Wilson. 2 Weldon 2 Warrenton High Point 4 Smithfield Louisburg mount Olive Roxboro Nash county 2 Beaufort county Nashville Scotland neck Mebane Granville county Washington Ayden Vance county 2 Johnston county Spring Hope Thomasville red. Springs Enfield Spencer Salisbury 2 Rowan county Clayton Madison mount Gilead Montgomery county Hendersonville Maxton Iredell county Franklin county Wake Forest Elm City Fremont Moore county Virginia Danville 2 Norfolk 2 Portsmouth Norfolk county South Boston South Norfolk Emporia Petersburg Cape Charles South Carolina Sumter county York county Alabama Montgomery Capitol Heights Louisiana Baton Rouge Baton Rouge Parish Florida Miami West Palm Beach Lake Worth Sebring Boynton Mississippi Leland West Virginia Fairmont u. S. Government army base Hampton \ a. Camp Lee a. Naval base. Norfolk. A. Robert g. Lassiter amp company engineering and contracting offices Raleigh Greensboro Oxford Norfolk High Point Salisbury Montgomery Miami West Palm Beach Baton Rouge Lake Worth Sebring

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