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CITY: BIRMINGHAM (Includes Bessemer to Warrior)

JUNE 1954



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CITY: Birmingham, Gardendale,
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

GARDENDALE, ALA. PINSON, ALA.
GRAYSVILLE, ALA. WARRIOR, ALA.

Also Telephone Subscribers Listings of

BESSEMER. ALA.



JUNE, 1954

SEE PAGES I TO 3 FOR INDEX. TELEPHONE SERVICE CALLS.
EMERGENCY CALLS AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION



SEE THE "CLASSIFIED"
IN THIS DIRECTORY




ITS YELLOW PAGES TELL
YOU "WHERE TO BUY IT"



SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY



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I CAN PUT YOUR LONG DISTANCE CALLS THROUGH FASTER



When You



CALL BY NUMBER



Ask for Booklet



for Recording




Out-of-Town Numbers



When you give the Long Distance operator the out-of-town number, she doesn't have to
consult "Information" in the distant city and your call goes through faster.

To help you call by number we offer:

TO ALL TELEPHONE USERS— A handy booklet for recording numbers
you call frequently.

TO BUSINESS FIRMS USING LONG DISTANCE EXTENSIVELY— A
special Long Distance directory listing the names and telephone numbers of
out-of-town people or firms you call frequently.

Just call or write the Business OflSce.

Save Time on Local Calls - Refer to the Directory

Calling from memory often resuhs in wrong numbers. To save time and avoid inconveni-
ence to you and the person called in error, be sure you have the right number. Please call
"Information" only for numbers not listed in the directory or your personal list of numbers
called frequently. If you call "Information" without first looking up the number, in most
cases you'll be making two calls when one would do. When a new directory is issued, please
correct your list of frequently called numbers.




Long Distance rates and information concerning initial period and overtime
rates may be obtained by calling Long Distance. Night and Sunday rates apply
from 6 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day Sunday.



TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
GARDENDALE, ALA. PINSON, ALA.
GRAYSVILLE, ALA. WARRIOR, ALA.

Also (Following Yellow Vages) Telephone Subscribers' Listings of

BESSEMER, ALA.
June 1954

Index

Business Transactions With the Company —Page 2

How to Use the Dial Telephone in Birmingham Page 2

How to Place Out-of-Town Calls Page 3

General Information F&ge 3

Birmingham Subscribers' Listings Beginning Page 4

Gardendale, Graysville, Pinson and Warrior Subscribers*

Listings and Dial Instructions— Following Birmingham Listing Section

Classified Telephone Directory Yellow Pages

Bessemer Subscribers' Listings Following Yellow Pages

Index-Localities



(Showing where Subscribers in These Localities are Listed)



Locality Name

Adamsville

Alden

Birmingham

Blossburg

Bradford

Brookside

Cardiff

Clay

Corner Rd.

Dixiana

Empire



Listing Section

Graysville

Graysville

Birmingham

Graysville

Pinson

Graysville

Graysville

Pinson

Warrior

Pinson

Warrior



Locality Name

Ensley

Fairfield

Fairview

Fultondale

Gardendale

Graysville

Homewood

Kimberly

Lindberg

Morris

Mt. Olive



Listing Section

Birmingham

Birmingham

Birmingham

Birmingham

Gardendale

Graysville

Birmingham

Warrior

Graysville

Warrior

Gardendale



Locality Name Listing Section
Mountain Brook Birmingham



Palmerdale

Pinckney City

Pinson

Pleasant Grove

Powdcrly

Tarrant

Trafford

Village Springs

Vinesville

Warrior



Service Calls



Pinson

Graysville

Pinson

Birmingham

Birmingham

Birmingham

Warrior

Pinson

Birmingham

Warrior



Dial 110



Long Distance 7 — — — ———————

Information— Numbers Not Listed in Directory - i^iai 11^

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With a Long Distance Call 1^ a liu

To Report a Telephone Out of Order 1^ a 1X4

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To Report a Mobile Telephone Out of Order ni^l 7 QOll

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Calls from BESSEMER, GARDENDALE, GRAYSVILLE or PINSOl^ to^BIRMING™-.^^^

Note: For Gardendale, Graysville, Pinson and Warrior, See Information Preceding These Subscribers* Listings,

Emergency Calls

FIRE and POLICE— Be/ore an emergency arises, place an "X" opposite your FIRE and POLICE numbers.

Forest Ranger — Jefferson County. _ .58-3128

Sheriff— Jefferson County 54-5638

Alabama Highway Patrol 56-3434

Federal Bureau of Investigation 4-7711



FIRE

Birmingham 3-1293

Fairfield 6-2442

Homewood 2-2189

Irondale 9-6409

Mountain Brook 2-5634

Pleasant Grove 57-4601

Tarrant 52-2122



POLICE

53-5431

56-5217

2-2154

9-4703

2-5634

57-4601






52-2331
SubscHbers may secure assistance on Emergency Calls by dialing "Operator" , , . .

NOTE ; For Gardendale, Graysville, Pinson and Warnor, See Information Preceding T hese Subscnbers Listings,

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Business Transactions with the

ComDany

Our aim is to render a service that will be satisfactory
to our customers, however, we realize that difficulties
will sometimes occur despite all our efforts to avoid
them. On page one of this directory is shown infor-
mation regarding placing long distance calls, securing
numbers not listed in the directory, reporting telephones
out of order and making emergency calls. Other mat-
ters, including all business transactions, should be
taken up with the business office either by telephone,
personal visit or letter.

BUSINESS OFFICE . . .

1706 2nfi Av.. N. Birmingham 2. Ala.
Telephone 7-9011. Business Hours 8:30 AM to 5:00
PM— Mondays through Fridays. Closed on Saturdays.

Offices : 4— 9— 29— 52— 59— Gardendale— Graysville—
Pinson and Warrior, Ala.

W. R. Floyd, Jr., Manager

Telephone: 7-9011

Offices : 3—7—56—58 — 84.
D. S. Cheyne, Manager

Telephone: 7-9011

Offices: 2—6—53—54—57
J. N. McGowEN, Manager

Telephone: 7-9011

C. P. Malone, District Manager

Telephone: 7-9011



Service Applications, Changes and Disconfinuances

Applications for new service, changes, additions to existing
service and discontinuance of service should be handled with our
business office. A telephone call will enable you, in almost every
case, to transact business promptly and satisfactorily with our
business office.

Telephone Calls to the Business Office

Dial 7-9011 and ask the operator who answers "Telephone
Company" for the representative who handles your service. If
you are not a subscriber and wish to inquire about telephone
service, ask the operator for the representative who handles new
service.



Bills and Payments

Bills are rendered monthly on one of six billing dates and in-
clude local service charj?es in advance for a one month period
from date of bill and lonp: distance service for a one month period
preceding the date of the bill. Bills may be paid by mail or in
person at our business office, located at 1706 2nd Av., N., Bir-
minjjham 2, Ala. There is a depository in the lobby of the
building, for the convenience of customers wishing to pay bills
before or after office hours, and on Saturdays, Sundays and holi-
days.

Current bills without balances may also be paid at any of the
payment agencies listed on the back of the bill.



Directory Library



A directory library containing directories of many of the princi-
pal cities in the United States is maintained in our business office
for the convenience of our customers who wish to personally visit
our ofhce to obtain information from these directories.



How fo Use the Dial Telephone in

Rirmlnnh;^m Ala
The Dial

The dial has ten openings and ten figures, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9
and 0. One figure is associated with each dial opening. Some 'of
the openings may also have letters on the dial. The letters will
always be found in groups of three, for example, the letters "ABC"
are found associated with the second opening and "DEF" with the
third opening, etc. You will not have occasion to use the letters at
this time, however, it is most important not to confuse the letter
"O" and the figure "Zero". The letter "O" is found with the three
letters "MNO", while the figure "Zero" is associated with the last
dial opening and the word "Operator".

Walt For Dial Tone

Rempve the receiver from the hook and listen for the dial tone
which IS a steady humming sound indicating that the line is ready
for you to dial. If you do not hear the dial tone within a reasonable
length of time, hang up, wait a few seconds and try again.

How to Dial a Number

When you hear the dial tone, dial each figure in the telephone
number you wish to call as follows — Place your finger in the open-
ing associated with the first figure of the number, turn the dial
around until your finger strikes the finger stop, then remove your
finger and, without touching the dial, allow it to return to its
normal position. Proceed in the same way to dial the other figures
in the number. If your finger slips, or you make a mistake, hang
up the, receiver, wait a few seconds for the dial tone and dial
again.

Before dialing a second call, always hang up the receiver for a
few seconds to clear the previous connection.

Ringing and Busy Signals

A few seconds after you have completed dialing, you should
either hear the ringing signal, an intermittent burr-rr-ing sound,
indicating that the bell of the called telephone is ringing, or you
should hear the busy signal, a buzz-buzz-buzz, indicating that the
called line is busy.

If the called telephone is busy, you should hang up your receiver
and try the call again later.

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within half a minute, hang up your receiver for a few seconds
and then try the call again.

Dial "Operator" for Assistance

If at any time you wish further information regarding the
procedure to follow in making calls of any kind, dial "Operator"
and ask her for the information desired.

If you fail to hear the ringing signal or busy signal after re-
peated attempts to reach a number, or if you have any other diffi-
culty in completing a call, dial "Operator" and report the condition
to her.



To Dial Another Party on Your Line

To dial another party on your line, it is necessary to dial a
special code number instead of the number listed in the telephone



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Coin Box Telephones



Instructions for operating coin box telephones are mounted on
each coin box station.

Calls from a Party Line or from a Line With an

Extension Telephone

Listen to make sure that the line is not in use. If you do not hear
the dial tone, ask if the line is being used. If no 'response is re-
ceived, hang up the receiver and then try again.

However, if you hear successive clicks, indicating that someone
IS dialing, wait until the dialing stops and then say that you havn
interfered with the call, that it will be necessary to hang up and
dial the complete number again. Then replace your receiver on the
hook.

If you hear another party on your line during or after dialing,
say that the line is in use and request him to hang up his receiver.
If the other party comes in on the line while you are dialing, after
he hangs up, you should also hang up for a few seconds and then
dial the complete number again.

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formation may be secured by dialing 114. If you do not know the
code number to dial for the desired party, proceed as follows:

1. If you are a two-party subscriber, it is only necessary to dial
code number 1191.

2. If you are a four-party or eight-party subscriber, dial 114,
Repair Service, and give your telephone number as well as
the telephone number of the desired party. You will be given
the proper code number to dial.

After you have dialed the proper code number hang up your
receiver. Your bell, as well as that of the party you dialed, will
ring at brief intervals until the called party answers. When
your bell stops ringing, remove your receiver and talk to the
party answering. If your bell does not stop ringing in from one
to two minutes, it indicates that there is no one to answer the
called telephone. You should then stop your bell and clear the
connection by removing your receiver for a few seconds and then
replacing it.



Long Distance Calls



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Rates and information concerning initial period, overtime and
Federal taxes on long distance calls may be obtained by calling
"Long Distance". Night and Sunday rates apply from 6 P. M. to
4:30 A. M. and all day Sunday.

Overseas Telephone Service

Information on the availability of telephone service to overseas
points and rates applicable thereto may be obtained by calling
"Long Distance".

Reduced rates apply on calls to many countries during night
hours and on Sunday.

How to Place Out-of-Town Calls

There are two general classes of Out-of-Town Calls, Station-to-
Station and Person-to-Person, explained below. ,

Statlon-to-Statlon Calls

(From One Telephone to Another)

A station-to-station call is one where you ask to be connected
■with a certain telephone in a distant place. However, if you ask
for a particular person or for an extension telephone reached
through a private branch exchange, as in a particular department
or hotel room, the call is a person-to-person call. A station-to-
station call usually is completed more quickly and the rate is less
than for a person-to-person call.

The time at the originating point when the conversation starts
determines whether the day or night rate applies. Charges begin
when the called telephone is answered, provided the calling party
is holding the line. ^

To Place a Statlon-to-Statlon Call

First — Give the operator the name of the place you are calling.
Second — Give the telephone number you are calling (if known),
otherwise, the name and the address (if known) of the party
whose telephone you are calling. For example: J. W. Brown's
Residence — 425 Main Street.
Third — Give your telephone number when the operator asks for jt.

Person-to-Person Calls

(From, One Person to Another)

A person-to-person call is one where you ask for a particular
person or extension telephone reached through a private branch
exchange, as one in some department or hotel room. The rate for
a person-to-person call is higher than the rate for a station-to-
station call.

The time at the originating point when the conversation starts
determines whether the day or night rate applies. The initial
period is three minutes, after which charges for additional time
apply. Charges begin when the called person or extension tele-
phone reached through a private branch exchange is obtained,
provided the calling party is holding the line. Charges may be
reversed without any change in rate.

To Place a Person-to-Person Call

First — Give the operator the name of the place you are calling.
Second — Give the name and the telephone number (if known) of
the person you are calling, otherwise, the name and the address
(if known) of the called party. For example: Mr. J. W. Brown, at
telephone 2470, or Mr. J. W. Brown, at J. W. Brown's residence —

, 4^5 Main Street.

' rAffS^Give your telephone number when the operator asks for it.

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Collect Calls

If the charges on the call are to be paid at the distant tele-
phone, you should tell the operator when filing the call that it is a

will be billed to that telephone.

General Information

Tariffs

Tariffs which show rates, rules and regulations for telephone
service and facilities are on file with the Regulatory Commissions
having jurisdiction over such matters, and are available for pub-
lic inspection at our business office.

Transmitting Messages

Employes of the Telephone Company are forbidden to accept
oral or written messages to be transmitted by an employe over
the lines of the Telephone Company.

Attachments to Telephones

To render satisfactory service, it is important that the Tele-
phone Company furnish and maintain all apparatus and equip-
ment connected with its lines. Except as provided in the Tariffs,
no line, instrument, appliance or apparatus not furnished by the
Telephone Company shall be connected with, attached to or in
any way used in connection with facilities of the Telephone
Company.

Advertising Telephone Numbers

The advantages of showing telephone numbers on stationery,
signs, cards, etc., are recognized, though the growth and changes
in the city and the corresponding growth- and arrangement of
telephone facilities may require the changing of telephone num-
bers. For this reason, stationery, signs, cards, etc., showing tele-
phone numbers should not be printed in large quantities.



Telegrams by Telephone



You may telephone telegrams, cablegrams or radiograms to the
"Western Union Telegraph Co., and have the charges billed to
your telephone account if you are a telephone subscriber.

Architects' and Builders' Service

When building or remodeling, you may arrange with your ar-
chitect or builder to provide telephone outlets while construction
is in progress. The Telephone Company will gladly advise with
you, your architect or builder. Just call the Telephone Company
and ask for "Architects' and Builders* Service."

Recording of Telephone Conversations

A short "beep" tone heard over the telephone about every
15 seconds indicates that the person with whom you are talking
is recording your conversation by means of his electrical re-
cording machine connected to the line. The "beep" signal is
produced automatically by a device which connects the recorder
to the telephone line and which is provided by the Telephone
Company for your protection.

Use of a recorder without this signal is unlawful. If you
do not want a record made of what you are saying, ask the
person with whom you are talking to disconnect his recording
machine. When he disconnects his recorder, the signal is no
longer heard.

Telephone Directories

Every effort is made to make the directory as accurate as
possible. The Company, however, assumes no liability for damages
arising from errors or omissions in making up or printing of
this directory. Please report any incorrect listings by calling the
Business Office promptly.

Loss of time and inconvenience by calling wrong numbers can
be avoided if you consult the current directory before placing a
call and avoid the use of obsolete directories.

Between directory issues certain numbers do not appear in the
current directory due to changes and new installations. These
numbers may be secured by calling "Information."

The use, in connection with Telephone Directories, of any
auxiliary covers, tabs, stickers, inserts or other matter, except
such as are provided by, or with the consent of, the Telephone
Company is prohibited.

Telephone directories of other cities in this and certain foreign
countries can be obtained for our customers who need Ihem.
Prices, etc., may be secured by calling the business office.

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BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

ALPHABETICAL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY



* Indicates Private Branch Exchange



BIRMINGHAM



ACE— ADA 5



AAA motr club

Highway Travel Bureau 415 N 21 3-2268

Emergency Auto Service 415 N 21 54-7958

A A A A Sales Serv furn 2425 2 Av N 7-2857

A A A Associated Moving Serv 2515 2 Av N 7-4835

AAA BUILDING CO INC

1612 Jacksn Blvd Tarrnt- -52-6424
AAA Furniture & Stove Exchange

2311 2nd Av N 3-6470

A A A Key & Lock Co 4908 Gary Av 56-9166

AAA LOAN CO IO6V2 N 21st 54-3421

AAA PRODUCTS CO 405 S 19 54-1473

A A A Van Lines 2110 10th Av N 4-1621

A & A Auto Parts Co 3001 5th av N 4-3810

A & A Cafe 300 N 14th 7-8880

A & A Delicatessen & Grocery 3500 1st Av N. .4-9439

A & A Furnished Rooms 242OV2 4 Av N 54-l%2

A A Used Cars 525 3rd Av W 3-3064

A & A Welding Shop 7732 Ga Rd 59-1513

A& A Window Cleaning Co 1629 51st Centrl Pk-6-9602

ABC BUILDING SUPL CO INC 6503 1 Av S 59-9695

ABC Concrete Step & Products

1601 8th Fairfld Highlnds - 58-8133
ABC DOMESTIC COKE AGENCY 425 S 15th 4-6533

ABC LETTER SERV 28 5 20 54-5771

ABC Loans 29V2 N 77 59-5772

A B C Trailer Rental 2731 N 26 4-9247

ABC Woodworks Co 3621 Bankhd Hwy 2-8395

A& B Clothing Co 1824 3rd Av N 7-3475

A & B FURNITURE CO INC 3024 N 27 54-2591

AC Welding & Supply Co 3645 10th Av N 59-0062

A & D EXPRESS 130 3 Av N 4-1811

A D T Protection Serv Protective Life Bl 7-6149

A&ESalesCo janitrs supis 17 Elm 2-4019

AGof Alalnc 114 5 14 4-6766

A & M Cafe 802 S 15th 4-9882

A & M CLEANERS 2144 Pike Rd 58-9361

A & M Hardware Co 4915 5th Av S 9-3835

A & M Millinery Co 1801 2nd Av N 3-8677

A & P FOOD STORES

General Office 1143 1st av S ♦3-7255

Natl Produce Div 1109 1 Av S 54-7664

Produce Warehouse 1117 1st av S 7-7512

Meat Ofc 1111 1st Av S 3-0858

Stores

66 Church Crestline Hgts 2-7423

2901 S 18 Homewd 2-8827

1143 1st Av S 4-9251

1400 S 20 7-2300

1512 Pinsn 52-2664

728 N 18- 53-2347

3001 12th Av N 54-6161

2001 Av F Ens 56-9542

7713 1st Av N .59-3780

201 2nd Pratt Cty 6-0735

2631 29th Av N 7-3961

4405 7th Av Wylm 58-4523

3209 Ens Av 58-6074

1014 SW 32nd 58-9223

5801 1st Av N 9-2541

1918 1st Av N Irondle 9-9248

1116 Tuscaloosa Av 56-7826

4801 Gary Av 56-3313

A P FURNITURE CO 2211 2nd Av N 7-2513

A P Super Market 2208 N 16th 4-9881

A & R Food Store 930 Oxmoor Rd 2-6291

A R Groc 2568 28 Ens 6-2777

A&SGroc 3400 1 Av N 7-9476

A Travelers Assn Frank Nelson Bl 7-2191

Aaron Archie 1509 5 Av N 54-6100

Aaron Avis Mrs 1033 N 12 4-9026

Aaron Ethel W Mrs 145 Ketona Rd 52-3073

Aaron Floyd r 4624 7th Av Wylm 58-1281

Aaron I M 3325 41 PI N 52-5331

Aaron J W r IO8 3rd Av W 7-4727

Aaron John H 1329 44 PI N 59-0215

Aaron L W r 2516 Ens Av 6-2545

Aaron Laurlne McNamee Mrs 1840 Ala Av SW-57-1884

Aaron Mae Mrs r 720 N 22nd 7-7376

Aaron Milton F 1214 N 26 7-6631

Aaron Nathaniel r 301 N 11th 54-5464

Aaron R E 207 Front 57-4867

Aaron Sophie Lee 133 St Chas Av 7-3973

Aaron W H r 1031 Westley 52-1296



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