Never too busy to be Good Neighbors (Sep, 1941)

Never too busy to be Good Neighbors

There are a lot of workers in the Bell System—about 350,000 of them.

That’s a big family and it likes to be a friendly kind of family.

Whether it be the installer in the house, the people in our offices, the operators or the lineman on the roadside helping to rescue a stray kitten for a worried youngster, telephone workers are close to the public and the tradition of the job is helpfulness.

Even ill these days, when the needs of defense place so many sudden and increasing demands on telephone workers, they are never too busy to be good neighbors.

Bell Telephone System

“The Telephone Hour” is broadcast every Monday. (N.B.C. Red Network, 8 P.M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time.)

2 comments
  1. Hirudinea says: September 5, 20119:08 am

    “That’ll be $20 kid.”

  2. Toronto says: September 5, 20119:45 pm

    No, no, you MAIL cats. You don’t try to send them via phone.

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