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Spray, N. C., March 30, 1964
NO. 19
SAFETY REMINDERS — Attention-getting display at entrance to Karastan Mill
refers to safety film shown recently to all employees and asks, “Where Is Your
Safety Catch?” Various posters give reminders to help employees avoid on-the-job
injuries. Ray Gilbert, of Burling Department, pauses to view the exhibits.
Bloodmobile Will Visit Spray On April 6
'MeA Campaigns
Start This Weel(
* .®5th annual membership drive of
;,j^'^Udated Central YMCA will open
: 2 and continue until April 18 with
■ Campbell and Warren Wilson as
nairmen. Captains for the campaign
being selected and will be an-
L,® theme for this year’s drive is
^ Do More In ’64,” as the associa-
^ Seeks to raise $3,500 in member-
(,*• The actual amount obtained last
' ^as $3,313.
U,*'3irrnan Campbell stated that the
offers varied programs for boys,
^jj’ teen-agers, men and women, as
if.,. 3s opportunities for community
Addition to Messrs. Campbell and
ij 'I. the following are members of
k.^^^nbership committee: William R.
Robert Hair, Bill Moser, Mrs.
K Hodges, Garvin Warren, Oscar
’ Charles Fair, James Taylor, Lon-
v^ulliam, Mrs. Thomas Wilson, and
^ E)eHart Jr.
f. Draper YMCA Campaign
^ ® annual membership campaign for
)ij 'draper YMCA will open April 4
Continue through April 30 with
if Stewart again heading the drive,
be assisted by the board of di-
of the Draper YMCA and mem-
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*^ENNETH g. agnew, jr.
A minimum of 200 blood donors are
needed Monday, April 6, for the blood
collection to be held at St. Luke’s Elpis-
copal Church (Rock Church) in Spray
from 11 a. m. until 4:30 p. m.
Norman Young, Tri-City Blood Pro-
New Appointments
Kenneth G. Agnew, Jr., was appointed
director of advertising and sales promo
tion of the Fieldcrest marketing division,
effective March 23. Mr. Agnew joined
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc. in November, 1S58,
as manager of bath fashions and pack
aging. Prior to his affiliation with
Fieldcrest, he served as advertising and
sales promotion manager and general
merchandise manager for Consolidated
Millinery Company.
In other organization changes to be
come effective April 1, the Bath Fash
ions Department will become part of
the Towel Department under the direc
tion of H, A. Brown, manager.
E. S. Smith, assistant manager, bath
fashions, becomes assistant manager.
Towel Department, reporting to L. H.
Lee. Mr. Smith will devote his atten
tion exclusively to bath rugs and shower
gram co-chairman, said that while
well over 200 pints are needed to bal
ance the collections against the usage
of blood, when 200 pints are collected
it is considered a successful visit.
The usage of blood for patients at the
Morehead Memorial Hospital and for
Tri-City patients in outside participating
hospitals continues to exceed the col
lections. New additional donors—those
who have not given blood before—are
urgently needed, in addition to those
who regularly donate blood when the
Bloodmobile visits.
“There are a number of donors who
give blood regularly and who have nev
er received any blood for themselves
or their families. These faithful donors
have carried our blood program thus
far and the community owes them a
debt of gratitude,” Mr. Young said.
But there are not enough of these
regulars, he said, and new donors must
be recruited. He urged those who have
not given blood before to consider the
matter and to make a decision to be
come an unselflish, volunteer donor,
helping to save lives and restoring the
sick and injured to health.
Mr. Young pointed out that there is
no real pain involved and that the aver-
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