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?y E. BERGER & SON FURNITURE CO. 707 N. Fourth Dial B128 CHRISTMAN'S BODY SHOP 1311 Castle St. Dial 4639 CITY OPTICAL CO. 218 N. Front St. Dial 2-2473 COASTALDISTRIBUTING CO. 1 Hanover St. Dial 7687 0. E. DURANT, Ship Chandler 2 S. Water St. Dial 4232 HOME GROCERY CO. 401 N. Front St. Dial 4481 HOWARD RADIO CO. 106 N. 2nd St. Dial 4826 JARMAN'S PHARMACY 1520 Market St. Dial 5267 L, M. POLLOCK ESSO SERVICE 1702 Castle St. Dial 2-3688 RUBIN'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 815 N. Fourth St. Dial 4291 SERVICE DRUG STORE 802 Market St. Dial 7739 M. SALEEBY'S FRUITS & PRODUCE 115 Dock St. Dial 4134 TEXACO SERVICE R. H. ‘Jo-Jo’ Grove Front and Ann Sts. Dial 4690 WILMINGTON FURNITURE & STORAGE CORP. “The Old Reliable” Prepare to keep America’s Children Safe and Strong in 1946 by Joining the March of Dimes ! » Your Ditties.. DON’T FORGET—that infantile paral ysis invades tjie homes of rich and poor, weak and strong alike, and is no respecter of age, race, creed or color. DON’T FORGET—your dimes and dol lars make possible the vital aid render ed by the National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis during an epidemic Orisis. « DON’T FORGET—how infantile paral ysis might have sabotaged our tre mendous war production effort if it had not been countered by your dimes and dollars. DON’T PREDICT—no one can predict where polio will strike next summer, or whose child will be next. America must be prepared to meet all emergencies in 1946. * FIGHT ON! Join the March of Dimes! JANUARY 14 TH TO 31ST. NEW HANOVER COUNTY QUOTA $8300 MEMORANDUM To: Mr. & Mrs. America From: Your Children Be: The March of Dimes Last summer America was attacked by the worst epidemic of infantile paralysis in twenty-eight years. Most of its victims were children under 16 years of age, but that epidemic outbreak found America strong, ly prepared to meet the attack. Thanks a million to the millions of Americans whose dimes have helped this little boy—and thousands like him—to fight a winning battle against infantile paralysis. Don’t delay! FIGHT ON! January 14ih lo 31st NDid This for Me!