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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, August 15, 1947, Page 4, Image 4

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? 34% NOW ONLY *14.41 Mfcli RMS AS LOW AS I1.SS A MPHom radaoad lOVi* on oil popular 'Sh^ (Mm Mm* also at ?1 fl FARMVILLE 123 E. Wilson Sc. Pkaie'2671 FARMVILLE, N.G You Ask . .. TICK A DIFFERENCE IN MTO SERVICES? .* fir . <' -jS* fcTTi, ?t ,r: C Our Answer Is . ?t-%'.. Yes, Definitely! Our mechanics are all thoroughly trained craftsmen with ' r-. ^ *1 a thorough knowledge of automobile construction; they can .v "? ', " <?, ] find the trouble promptly and know how to remedy it I " 1 w- ? The use of genuine replacement parts and the proper equip ment used in the installation is important... We lack noth ?"" Junk ? ?* " ing in this respect to assure you perfect satisfaction. -Every Customer Made A Friead" ed - -? ') ^! ??*?.:}:' "??";% -T- ?-- si?J 113 W- W<? Street "WALES j * rmskuM-i * **??*# ,?>; iSm battleship Bay to ferse formal JHRMMRPR cifcesa had been ravaged by ah- attack. The Japanese I might on underground guerilla war fare against the American forces for, years -to canfe. It wus thought fur ther that a deep hatred might have been bred in the masses of the Ja panese people toward' America, and that this might make reconstruction and the eventual establishment of an . acceptable Japanese government ii possible. - It was^forseast in some quarters that-fuU-scgJe occupation.of the Japanese islands might have to ba maintained for a generation or more.-. " ' : The ?acArthtfr policy in Japan would take volumes to describe in de tail. Its badlc principle tad been adncotioi^-cgupfed with a, very firm kind of justice. Ifce first ?teP was the elimination of ^he Japanese miti-. tarists from positions of influence. The" war criminals were sought ont, tried, and pnniahsd. The enormous authority of the Emperor?which is a religious force difficult to under stand in an "Occidental country?was used to the utmost. 'The Japanese people were assured that the Ameri cans were there to help and that they had nothing to fear, If they obeyed the rules. An extremely tight dis cipline was established over the"] American military forces, afid it was demanded that they make themselvdk wprthy examples of a democratic na tion. : - JlacArthur has been criticized for mahy things, but no one can doubt his administrative ability, as shown in Japan. To inculcate even the sim plest democratic principles in the mind has been a" task" of difficulty. Japan has always'been a feudal country. The bulk of the -people have never had anything to about its govern ment.-Until 1853, when the U. S. flotilla tn>d4f Commodore Perry opened the doer to fxade,-% had Jbeen (ajjjfej; sompletel y secluded from Western influences. In late years, the militarists swamped the country with their swsord-rattling propaganda, and did everything possible to- sell the idea that Japan's destiny was domi nation of- the; world. ' . j; In the face of all this, the Ameri can occupation forces have achieved a remarkable degree of success, it will be ridiculous to assume that JS pan is now completely prepared for. self-government. She will have to be guided in one way 6r another for a long time to oojne. But a growing measure of democratic knowledge and feeling is built up, and special stress has been placed on democratic education in the schools* Work now being done to revitalize ese industry and trade,^pnd the cam paign against the black market? scourge-of Japan as it is of all the defeated nations?has been i [ It is notable that MacArthnr has! had a free' hand in Japan and, in that, he ha# had "a tremendous ad-j mehiefs has been ^a^blHr section of Korea and there, as usual, die has In the little, to sArthur has 1st tactics.] among ?1 seem to bel ?s"" wc iiusivijvy. iiopau, American rule, has come a I Way in, two years, mi thjs r reason for pride riv art " f* tfnr<tfn>Mrfr*~ f' i'l ' ft! raft, w r r ifajy; 9fif': FLASHLIGHTS SOUTHERN ^aTBMMMlv OHMWp Why lose tour curmil^ M Cash's -Woven None Tapes. t weeks' delivery. Rsr sale by Epia copal Altar GuH|?- "r _ lS-Jp iV, H. P. OUTBOARD MOTOR^ Special $$SM. Regular 99$M >a lue. SOUTHERN SUPPLY CO, "The Firestone Store," Main SL, ;.MpMW |p5 %.fl FOR &ALE?Arsenic of wholesale or retail. B. L. FarmviHe, N. C. Phone 410 0-8-tf LOST: Top to Kelvmator cabinet 1 mile out ap^i< Fountain highway. Please return to mt Allen, 114 N. Main street. Reward. 15-lp FOB &ALE? Sir ne* tftharre tracks. | Mpe C. Hubert Joyaer. YOU GET FWBfe INSTALLATION when you EuY Firestone SEAT COVERS from SOUTHER^ COVERS from SOUTHERN SUPPLY CO., "The Firestone Store," Man St., Faraville. ?? FOB. SALE; 8-foot reach-in Frigid aire. In. exeeDeot condition. Royal Grill, Farmrille. lL "*?3f . ' * JUST RECEIVED NICE LOT OF SEAT COVER#"? Oan fit mart cars. WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE. ' * t WANTED: EORN! $L?0 per busbel in ahnck or shelled. Price subjegt ? to change without notice. -?? B. )U Lang, Farmrille, N. CX, , 410-1. * (M^-tO Now you can bay FIRESTONE DC Luxe CHAMPION^ at low* than Pre-War Prices, Liberal trade-in, allowance. SOUTHERN", SUPPLT CO? "The Firestone Store," Main . St., Farmrille^ -v."v* WANTED?Fertiliser bags. We pay! 10c each for burlap fertiliser bags and 6c eachi for white fhrtiHser bags, a U Lang, Farmrille, N. C. - ?%Vf " ' ... <__l JUST RECEIVED?Shipment of Do pont and Trojan dusting powder for roses. WESTERN AUTO ASSO CIATE STORE Fangville, N. C. i ? We hay# a today-' WESTERN AUTO AS SOCIATE. STORE. s-wr JVSp RECEIVED /?i Shipment of Boys' aid Girla' BICY(*,ES | Western Anto AssoHate Store. , JUST RECEIVED ? Big Order ?f VIGORO, Pruning Shears ft Radge Shears, ? Western Aujo Associate Store, Farmrille, N. C. ; "J FOR RENT?Jack for breeding par poses .PECAN GRQVE DAIRY. ? ' J20-15e BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F Every Sunder semiring from btSOj to 10:00, and bear about all the new inventions and, when they nay he erprwtdd on the gled WHfc aengs t . _ . to please.?Western Anto Associate! HELP WANTED; Male ft female: Aveipge 145 weekly for men or voatan to supply customers Jf ed business. No. investment. Start | now. Write J. R. Wetkins Co., Val i _ -? im Third Army Ares, according to * ^^gjswed v 1st Lt Coypi, Fwt Bragg, Sff 188th Medi cal Battalion, flnt Jackson, SL " J; Hq. Detachment, Battalion. Foil Braeg, 5;^n) iobQe Army SurgtaaJ He 11; Army Service McPhersan, 6s., 7. These m w| ss they ere fiBe?l andmore .oeem. .!?. 3r. ~ J The assignments wfll he fllW by former members of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps.- end Coast Guard, who may apply fur direct assignment to those jobs. Once enlisting for of these openings, the men will be promised that they will .not be trans ferred to a post outside of the Third Army Area, for at least one year un less their entire uhiV is stored out of the area. In this case, the will accompany the unit. , This offer to former servicemen is in conjunction .with the Recruiting Service "VJ" or "Veterans Joining" .activities, being carried en this month. The openings are in many different military occupational spe cialties and in all grades. Moat at the jobs, howsvSr, call for _ from Private, first Class to Ser geant. ARMY ACGWrS MBftttEgrc FOR RESERVE COMIOSSIONB three gradee wfca'knve served bona* "ably for at least FVrieral service in ^ .Af?7J* United States, or one of its eosn ?mte, between DecJ, lM1- " " 30,1M7, ?n?f apply fon* a httheOffioerm HeservsCo^ Current Amy * (hat applicants be at lea* 21 of a^e and that they- must passed their ?8th teW?J * jCT^tment in ths^)fliee|| L Detailed intorm^?i application mayj the nrenaratioo or appucavw 1 Statt^ Amy I m "??-'?y'*?^>i offices . ! Wl TODAY tmr ?W tU>* ,J IN* *i> ?*?* Tweerrowl ^ r: _ Wpiff ADVERTISE IN THE ENTERPRISE gJdi CAB; ,. *ZUI ' Pork and Beans, 2 16 oz. cans. -29* Red Mill VINEGAR- gallon bottle 67* Jiffy Hot IM1 Mia, 14* o*. pkg. 27* Mott's Apple Alice, qt. bottle 19* Franco-American Spaghetti, 16 oz can?15* MARGARET v Field PEA& No. 2 can... .......... 19* V,?TT MWTr' I 71 Gxedlent lor aU faM"! purposes! MR r e rrniTD W ; ?&"- ?.' "l.it?uv?o ra vwpn ubatc " 4 ???? ITS CANNEEIpBATS Corned Beef HASH, No. 2 can 29* .15* creamy Peoaat Bat ter! A perfect betweeo-aweJ snack tor the entire family! oz jar .25* i-Ho Crackers- 1-lbrpkgr........29# - 1?i f EggM e" ? ?>> > _ ?;5 .1 IE

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