It is next Tuesday, from a quarter after nine in the morning until one fifteen o'clock in the afternoon, that Quebecers in general will be given the opportunity of visiting the American goodwill traveling exhibition, -- known as the "Know Mississippi Better Train,"-- which will be at the Union Station here on that day.
The train, as previously reported in these columns, will bring approximately 200 leading citizens and business men of Mississippi here, headed by Hon. Dennis Murphree, Lieutenant-Governor of the State, and will exhibit all of the best known products of Mississippi.
It will mark the first time that this goodwill train, which has made a tour outside the State annually for the past seventeen years, has actually called at and stopped over in Quebec City.
Among local dignitaries expected to go down to the station to meet the train on Tuesday morning are Sir Eugene Fiset, Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec; Hon. Adelard Godbout, Premier of the province; Mayor Lucien Borne, and a number of Deputy Ministers, Aldermen, members of the Quebec Board of Trade and leading business men and industrialists, and members of the Rotary, Kiwanis and Canadian Clubs, etc.
(unknown newspaper July 19, 1941)