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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, August 11, 1942, Page 5, Image 5

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"OUR HATS OFF TO YOU'' | I I ? V YOU KEEP SCRAP METAL AND RUBBER IN YOUR CELLAR, ATTIC OR BARN X Maybe you forgive yourself for beiug lazy, and putting-off a search of your home in order to gather together every bit of scrap. Maybe you haven't stopped to think that by HOARDING the materials that should be turned into bullets, guns, tanks, planes and other fighting equip ment ?- you're helping the enemy! For every bullet we don't turn out, an Axis bullet gets a chance to kill another American boy! For ev ery gun you keep from production, there's a Facist gun to take aim at your own liberty! For every tank and plane that's slowed down in pro duction because of a shortage of materials, there is an enemy tank, plane or ship to hlow up one belonging to the United Nations. How about it folks? What will it be for you? Hats off and many thanks from unscrupulous, murderous, knife-in-the-baek enemies? Or are you going to search your home and property without anoth er lost minute ? so that you can help put en ough scrap into the war production melting-pot to make a scrap heap of the Axis? Nation-Wide Campaign for Scrap According to President Roosevelt, the American people as individiuals have not yet realized the seriousness of the scrap situation. He declar ed emphatically recently that the scrap salvage drive starting through out the nation this week should drive home to all the people the neces sity of turning in every piece of scrap they can find because it will mean more planes, guns and tanks. The scrap question is a serious one. Many mills are at the point of having to close due to the lack of scrap. Do your part towards the war program and sell every piece of scrap metal you can find. Telephone Williamston Parts & Metal Co. or R. L. Ward Coal & Wood Co. FOR SCRAP INFORMATION. IF YOU HAVE A FULL TRUCK LOAD AND CANNOT MAKE DELIVERY, CALL ONE OF THE FIRMS W1LLIAMSTON MERCHANTS

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