WILLEY v. MABEN MFG., INC.
479 F.Supp. 634 (1979)
Altha Dell WILLEY and Fanny Shurden, Plaintiffs,
MABEN MFG., INC., Phillip Criwell and Johnny Linley, Defendants.
No. EC 78-69-S-O.
United States District Court, N. D. Mississippi, E. D.
August 22, 1979.
James M. Ward, Ward & Ward, Starkville, Miss., for plaintiffs.
William E. Hester, III, Kullman, Lang, Inman & Bee, New Orleans, La., for defendants.
MEMORANDUM OF DECISION
ORMA R. SMITH, District Judge.
This action was tried to the court without a jury. After receipt of post-trial memoranda, the action is now ripe for decision.
This memorandum will contain the court's findings of fact and conclusions of law for which provision is made in Rule 52(a), Fed.R.Civ.P.
There are two plaintiffs, Mrs. Altha Dell Willey (hereafter "Willey") and Mrs. Fanny Shurden (hereafter "Shurden"). They are adult resident citizens of the Northern District of Mississippi.
The defendant is Maben Manufacturing Company, Inc. (hereafter "Maben"), a Mississippi corporation. Maben is engaged in manufacturing upholstered chairs at its plant in Maben, in the Northern District of Mississippi.
Maben qualifies as an "employer" subject to the provisions of The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Subchapter VI — Equal Employment Opportunities, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e, et seq.1