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good will day
The President, the Governor,
the Mayor here proclaimed Dee
20 aa "Good Will Day," bat
what it will be for hundreds of :
ere of the Progieaefrve Fhnher.
will be a day in which each
person can do a kindness for a .
or a person of another color and
versa.- The credit for the origin of
this day goes to a Texas reader
the farm publication who said
should have every year a 'Good Wt
Day* when everyone of one racel
would do some kndiy deed to some!
person of another race." I
Several months after this thought!
was published a Louisana reader!
suggested that December 20 would
be an appropriate day lfecause it tsl
"near Christ's birthday when people
will be thinking about Gkfty to God,l
peace on earth sad good will toward I
"A 'Good Will Day* would be a good I
thing any year. It should be an es-l
pecially helpful thing this year. The I
great majority of the white people!
of the South agree with Walter!
Page's fine definition,of a Southern!
gentleman: The weaker the man!
with whom he has to do, the morel
scrupulous is his justice; the weaker!
the woman with whom he has to do, I
the more scrupulous is his honor. I
But small minorities of white people!
disgrace us. Both races would be
helped if every family of both saoesl
would observe an unofficial "Good
Will Day' such as our thoughtful
| Texas woman subscriber suggested." I
Wouldn't it help us to enter into
the true spirit of Christmas ? Why |
| not try it?
ITS A FACT
In the five-year period ending 1948
almost 600,000 persons died from in
I fectious end parasitic diseases in the
U. S. Half the deaths was caused by
TB; half were divided.among over 401
other causes. It is estimated that I
about 600,000 persona had TB in 1944.
Think what a large number that is!
Death rates are highest among un
skilled workers, lower among drilled
workers, end lowest among profes
sional people. NO worker is safe as
I long as TB exists. The greatest num
Iber of deaths from this discs as are
I among white males.
1 TB can and MUST be prevented.
Cooperation of all ritikena with offic
ial and voluntary agencies is nacea
I sary in the fight , ?
Those who fail victim to TB die of j
neglect?neglect of the individual
I learn about modern methods st dis
I nosis and scientific treatment; neglect
I by the community which fails to pro
I vide effective means to prevent the|
spread of the disease.
1 Since 1920 the tiny red
1 barred croee has been the emblem of]
the Christines seal sale. Hans
aided in the fight?
Usually the Mod i
I his only means of
Discontent usually come from gat
ing everything one wants without a]
Before the year ends, place your j
rdsr for chicks from
If MUM OM C?tb fWl ?
and strike him.
of us have to wort?
for what we get
When he fin* out those aren't her
ep ? you're rifkt ? the
in whom a spark of am
bition reposes should not expect to
set tike town on fire in a day.
The sileoasrful husband
that he isn't contrary; Us wife is
merely firm in her convictions.
' SUM ? 19
SUNDAY ft MONDAY
Only ? Out of Every 10 Girls
Of Th^ Day.
with James Oagney and Ann
Also?Sports Bed and Color
"IRE WALLS CAME
with Lse Bowman and Margaret
THURSDAY Md FRIDAY
THREE WISE FOOLS"
with Margaret O'Brien and Lionel
It is an appealing and delightful
change of screen Care, with prom
ises of novelty, charm and?alto
IN A JIFFY" I
FOB ANY-AND ALL
CLEANING JOBS . 4
Painted walls, woodwork, hardwood floors, linoleum,
Refrigerators, sflrer, brass, aartal, dishes, glassware,
carpets, upholstery, etr? etc, etc.
A Quick, Effectfye, Thorough,
ON SALE AT
WILLIAMS' GROCERY & MARKET
(EPISCOPAL WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, Aswts)
are hard to find"-DON'T YDU BELIEYE IT-if you're
a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34 |
In your new Regular -
are opening up ... i
experience in many usefuT)
3; New higher Army pay ?
travel, at no extra i
benefits for those a
"Warrioh of Ptoce. YqIc* of ifte Army," I
"Pptvtlfy Vfm ftott," <sd IfcWMMMM
on poor ndto.
n to be the only
f ?ny value that'swidely dis
If* not easy to look bored
feis ir* * *??<jttim*'kat
A map who wouldn't walk acrosu
J**?, *treet to aea hie best customer
will get out of bed at 2 a. m. to
(FOR SALR: Two Building Lot* lo
cated en N. Barrett St. See Leon
E. Jones, or Dial ?9-0.^ ? (ltc) I
JU?* BKCETFKD NICE LOT OF
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit most
car*. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
| WANTED: FIVE OR SIX ROOM
HOUSE AT ONCE. WiH consider I
apartment. C. E. ModUn. Farm
N. C. (D-6-2tc)
I LOT FOR SALE?100x21)0. Located
^ ^Uin hl*hw*'<
Dartd Harris. Call Stuart Sugg,"
*?!-*, Fknirille, N. Q ~jtp
COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE of
. Had and Unttrseem I
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
FOR SALE ?ONE WARM MORN
ING Type Coal Store ? Perfect
condition. Alao One Sise 42 New
Top Coat.? Rollins' Cleaners A
FLOORS SANDED, and REFINISH
ro?Kapert Sendee. J. R.
M9-8. Farm rill e,
| FOR SALE SO lb. stand pare bog
lard, hommnade. Write 1224, care
TV FkmVRle Enterprise. Farm
eillo, N. C. 1J-., ? ?
FOR SALE?New Oil Burning Beat
'*> ??diMn rise?See j. E Garrio,
I it Farmrlfle Blacksmith Shop.
SAL*l * Houses.
I foot ? $90.00 each; half Of
Two 400 rine rioc
trie brooders. Can bo moved at
C- & MadUn. .(D-0-Stt)
FOUND: FOUNTAIN PEN,on Gym"-,
* nA "tl
*al? Nav. 1. Owner can recover by
JVoritog. H. M. Winders, City
FOB SALE?ESTATE HEATROLA,
11 Jltfi We?AW 3 tons of Bed
Ash Coal to go with it. See me at
?Ml ? A. B. Tjum at Western
WANTED: INSURANCE SOLICI
TOR AND COLLECTOR with car
ite the town of Farmville. Start
fa* salary, 13AM a year. Write tor
' interview. Box 48, Washington, N.
' ; (D-13-3tp)
FOB SALE ? 194?'
Sedan, two toe?
clock. Four now
at frmsg i
yn with to
thai tap ii to
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