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ot North Carolina
is uSirtf, ?d most *t
to 4s With promoting ths
pital sad of this" plan. Of
tho hospital end of it is, at
?gkmca, tho note important, but
it is as thw^
ths WnsI of a gun is
?r .tte stock.
of this plan is esssnHsi tol
tho whole plan. At this point 'll
eotU detail tho six points of this
phto, hot it suffices to say that if
yos an going to build hospitals in
evgry needy issatfoh in North Caro
lina, yon an going to ban per
shorw that yon cannot got'
personnel fspm the present
"then an thne medical schools hi
North Caroliina at present
year schools of Duke and Wake Foe
est, and the two-year school of tho'
University of North Cteoltoa. Tho
record shows that the University of
North Carolina Nodical School has
furnished a large percentage of the
doctors for the state. This is na
tural and pnsper, because the Uni
versity of North Carolina is a state
school?a school that eaten to local
students; it is-not fundamentally a
connopolitem type of institution; aijd
this is one of the many reasons why
it is necessary for the state to con
tinue to support a medical school at
Chapel Hill. Since the day of the
two-year school is pest, then it be
hooves the state to extend this two
year school into a four-year school,
and in so doing, show to the people
of North Carolina that the state is
able and willing to assume a Job that
it la pnper for it to assume. It is
a reflection on the intelligence of any
individual to contend that a founda
tion, or group of foundations, can do
for our citizens that which the state
cannot afford to do. It is Just as
proper for the state to educate its
medical students as it is for it to
educate its farmers; its engineers, its
lawyers, or any of the many groups
that it now educates. Let these other
institutions do everything they can
to promote and extend their medical
activities. Let hlym give all the stu
dents they can's medical education,
and even if they do, and if the state
goee ahead and does its duty and ex
tends the twjp-year school into a four
year school, it will be a long time be
fore North Carolina has enough doe
tors, because the program we hhve in
mind is going to call for good doctors
and lots of them. '
It seems to me thai the people o!
INorth Carolina might be interested
lis bowing some of the fundamental
I reasons back of this whole health
I program. The things they have'heard
I about the program are actualities.
| Some of these actualities may have
en slightly magnified. North Caro
llina has many health pcnMema, hut ao
I has every other state in the union.
lOnt health promoters at* correct in
I saying that North Carolina needs
I this program Worse than many of the
j other etatea, and this is tree
I North Carolina ranks So low in so
Imatiy fields of socbl endeavor. In
I recent years we have been known to
I brag about the money we have in
| the treasury, but money in a state
Usury that fails to be of benefit to
Ithtf people of the state is like the
I miser's hoard, and I just aa useful.
[Hairewar, some of the fundamental
Basons back of this phut are these:
All of you have heard for yean
| about the "threat" of socialised medi
e. -Its socially-minded people in
| this country, just as in every other
Ion, have been advocating
| medical plan far all the people.
f you are fadaimr with the Wagner-i
I Murray bill Which
I have ben
I for the last i
nary layman must wonder why we
fooctinually being threatened with
talised medicine. The answer is
I not hard to :
toWn and keeps a filthy
back yard, sooner or later this situa
tion is going to eome to the atten
tion of his neighbors, and if he
Frank and the State Coach ware
roommates while attend** the Uni
versity of Tennessee during the ear
ly yean of their college careen and
recalled that Mr. Feathers was grad
uated from die University with the
honor of being one ?f the most out
standing football "players in the na
tion. After playing pro-football for
aoase time, he came to State College
as head football eoach. During the
past sadson his team was selected to
play against Oklahoma In ths Gator
Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. Feathers spate on the subject,
"Why I Lite Roetball," listing the
essentials that go to mate op a good
football player, and smghtoisiiig the
importance of sports to a community.
Comparing sports with business,
the speaker pointed out that the suc
cess of both depends upon the inter
est and effort exerted.' "Football or
any other sport," ha said, "instils
sportsmanship and the value of team
work in a player, dtesuursgei the
tendency to be a quitter in life and
fosters, instead, the determination to
An interesting feature of ths
s talk was toe showing of a
film of the State-Virginia game play
ed in Raleigh last fall, during which
Mate be gave hie listeners a play by
play explanation of tte game.
Other guests of the evening in
cluded Coach W. C. Harrell and sev
eral members of ths local athletic
organization and a number of Ro
Charlie Hotchkiaa, past president,
introduced his guest, Walter B. Jones,
who has devoted a great deal of time
and talent to the promotion of athle
tics here since becoming a resident
Cotton" Davis will have charge of
the program next Monday evening.
81st Wildcat Veterans
To Meet at Myrtle Beach
Vetera*, of the Slat (Wildcat) Dir.
vision of World Wan I and II, and
tUr Ladies, will meet at Myrtle
Beach, S. O," on Sunday, February 9.
The all day Reunion will open at
9 :00 A. M., with Registration at John
A. MeLeod, Inc., neat to Postoffice
The meeting will be held at 11:00
A. 1L, at the U. 8. 0. Building (now
the Community Center or Recreation
al Building), on South Ocean Boule
vard, and at 1:00 P. M., the barbecue
dinner will be served. An intpiee
t> Memorial Service will be held
at 3:00 P. M.
All Veterans aw invited to attend.
Myrtle Beach is the-home of Maj.
r. H. Franke, 1st <
G. H. Franke, 1st Commander of the
Wildcats of lM&dfi gad who is the
present National Confanander of the
Wildcat Veterans Association, Inc.
very fine out of himeelf. However,
if you were to put the average doc
tor on a salary, you Would probably
have only a very "sorry" hired sua
We do not have socialised medicine in
this country, but -we have som^ ex
es of the salaried doctor; some
of them, of course, are very find, but
there ia a tendency in say ?
tion in which they" function
of mcdine tWi
far North Carolina,
now about-the ides,
ait communities all over North Gsro
F~r>? ??. ---? . ?
?or m- m- -i
? 1 /
-?? A ! W'il
inanity Outer in
?toff tint will fee
. Dr. Dudley said today.
The subject of the
?wnt wffl be "Social
mid will take b^hftke
t*?n leaden, jmbtte recreation"teid-1
* " Ip. YMCA, YWCA, can Scouts,
Scouts, Solvation Army, Chureh- J
Red Cross, youth dab leaden,
Junior Red Gross, teachers, clubs and
other civic leaden.
Towns expected to be presented at
the sessions include TTlemi Rotelrb I
WhitJeviHe, Wilmington, Clinton,
Dunn, Golds boro, SmithfleW, Rocky I
Mount, Nashville, Louisburg, Elixa-I
both City, Willlamstori, Jfcrtnville,
Greenville, Washing, Kimton,
New Ben, Jacksonville, Mow
(Sty. Lumberton and BeuufMfc
Leaders who wiH conduct the I
workshop instaaie Dr. Msper, Dr.
Dudley, Prafteesi Brace Them of I
Ohio Unfvenity, Mr. and Mrs. George I
Bidstrup of &e Campbell Feikl
School, Brass town, N. C., Ronie Shef
field, assistant dtamtor of the State
Commission: Ruth' iMBimmnr Entail
representative of the commission; I
and lqpol Girl Scoot, Red Cross and
municipal recreation Isadora.
' After ^Monday there will be daily
sessions from 9:80 a. m. to noon and J
from 7:80 to 10 p. m. at night After
noon will ha tghea up with info^
wal discissions. .
The following topic, will be dial
cussed during .the week through]
lecture and ? discussions: The place
vnlue of a complete program of
recreation in the home; the recrea-1
tion leader in action; planing for
social recreation party; organising
for the' community 1 social recrea
tion program, picnics, eampfires and
vespers; crofts and hobbies as
workshop is being sponsored!
locally by the Wilson .Junior Cham-|
her of Commerce.
Tobacco Flues Assured
Washington, Jan. 28.?Two major*
anufscturers of sheet met*! for
tobacco-curing flues have assured
the Civilian Production Adminis
tration that they will produce as
much material for this purpose as
they "did last year. _
This enceuVsging news was passed
on to Senators Clyde % Hoey and
William B. Umetead aad two Bepre
Harold D. Coopey
today by CPA.
at the reque*
CPA wrote the six or seven
biggest producers of this type of
metal and urged them to make
especial efforts to meet current
On the basis of replies received
to dete, Pat I. Tracy, head of the
Fifth grade, 48X0
Ml? Edna ?., tMeher.
__ _ Jiff
Third .grade 88.04
Ifiss **rr^ Thompson, teacher.
^2ra! Carraway, teacher.
Second grade, 60.87
Writ grade, 40.00
Mia. Berkley Rnttedge, teacher.
(Br s^n D. BdMy? 8?w(?t?y)
Hi remit at fee recent J
a contractor has now
r-mwjS? Tho response to
Need a Bouse" survey. maA .
ly ^ the Chamber of Commerce I
such that the preeaing
teed has canaed a contractor to
to Farmville to help bW
? for thoee who want to build. |
[sTMerw, who has done " W ?
(.in Charlotte and In V_-g
wd has already started.the
ruction-of houses. Mr. Mercer]
opened offices neb the Hardy
afer Company and has named his
the Fhrmrille Building Supply. I
liriT will contract for ?
? w??ruction, alteration,
Jeba. He can be contacted
4366 or by letter at Bo* ~
, will I* glad to discuss plans
b bids on sny project, or by call
4900, tBS Chamber of Commerce]
Ice, a conftreno
you., Now is-;
A petition baa
? te Commerce
on to -??
w were put into <
R petition, if granted, <
freight ?6Mr en ap
lmnil V ,|-1 4
uywL wr leuiuii to
la to walk down a
street In one of
?'A.'? ll,|. ,|1? J
Qtul WHiy fff?
hose, heels, end gloves. Those de
tails are neglected hers,
"Live* radio shows are scares. Al
most everything is traaseribsd free*
Calls" and broadcasts originating
from ball games gravida the aaare
thing to "live" broadcasts.
Popular radio show*?the Lux |
Hour, the Hour of Charm,
Aldrich, Fibber MeOee and Molly,
Jack Benuy-nsre more greatly .ap
preciated here than hi the States.
There Is a a large field of improve
ment in radio here. People who are
in i position to ?Md? thi
are satisfied to let things
they are, Perhaps, enough interest
and pressure wfll he aroused and
eventually radio shows will be fur
ther developed. g$jp I
There is no -Statewide type classi
fied advertisement section in the
newspapers. If they were placed in
a container, shaken well, and left, to
they may, you'd ?
out regrets. When the ship pulls
away from her berth,.the same Ha
waiian vofcer who not long ago greet
ed you are heard hi songs ct farewell.
After she clean the harbor, the is
view and you find
ition gripes you and it is at]
A vow is made that
you WILL RETURN.
Ervia Joyner. If
should be put on this
The findings of the investigating
committee brought to light the feet
that them is in N. C., only one doctor
to 8,400 vitisens, white, mad one doc
tor to 8,000 colored rftisens, end en
of *2 hotpttfel hade for 1,000
Plans include the of
eveilafcle to stndenW of
of providing training
who eulogised Peal
es en American and es the fender
moving spirit of Botuy. JRo
Fuquey, Paramount men
awjia M, ? ? _Lj.it J-?1 ila<| -Mi M rn m iC? I hmIaamas
?ftvi) WHo cXbCIKlW a COFulnl WvlCvTun
Shew Bonner end John Burgsw, of
i f i in ,J . ?
into law of SB 11, the
providing salary bonuses for 58,
and public school
the remainder of the
_ Jane M. r
The bftl, which stirred up a Storm
p m.. jndwt
committee twice before
. ic ?*. a. a KofV- lW ?
a total of |144
?I by the score of !
M the scoiW for
*k~U4- + ? lt I
eignt points. Moore was next
fmm IMC MWit wffl
r its action
HI ,000 area
roughly by tan per The new
end final figure for 1MT allotments
now is only 7,000 arm below foe
quotas for lM?rl?8T,0OO acne. .
In the next two weeks or so in
fodivMual producers wil be aott
fied of their specifi
for lMt, foe 1
pointed eat that foe _ __
I CM ? tt
an South Carolina, Georgia and Th>
gihia- ' 'a|E
that the temiMr over in
tawy trAghra?m^at? P.
wen held up poSng^trther i
of the prospective ability of
buyers to pay for tobaecd in
can dollars. 'J.
cure M. A. Dodd sstld:
"During foe war,
not impost U. &
duce their stocks for below
levels. Fhre-cured totob
the bulk of the U. a
port trade- \
000,000 pounds (form