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MEAT WASTE COST
STEWARD HIS JOB Food Control Board Of ficial Says 1,000 Pounds Tossed Away SEATTLE, May 16—C/P)-G. L Brown o: the War Shipping Admin istration food control, announced ‘he discharge Thursday of a stew ,rd aboard the tanker New Hop* from which 1.000 pounds of meal Wednesday was tossed into gar bage cans and later recovered by Federal Meat Inspectors. He said the steward asserted he nad been advised by his predeces sor that the meat had been feder ally inspected and condemned. “It had not been inspected, and while some of it was tainted. It’s SEE KAMER AND SEE BETTER Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted DR. W. KAMER Optometrist Bullock Building —— Mi I I II II III I — BROOKS CASH GRO. CO. Kasco Distributor not a matter for unqualified per sons to determine," Brown added. W. A. Duthie, WSA food control director, was aboard the vessel again Thursday continuing his in vestigations with a view to asking th" Federal Bureau of Investiga tion to charge those responsible with destruction of government property, Brown said. The Seattle Times, which uncov ered the case to Federal authori ties, quoted Duthie as branding it "the most flagrant attempt at waste ever uncovered here.’’ North Carolina Bean Crop 280,000 Bushels RALEIGH, May 16.—UP)— The State Department of Agriculture Thursday forecast a production of 280,000 bushels of snap beans for the late spring harvest in North Carolina, compared with 238.000 bushels harvested last spring and a 10-year average of 432.000 bush els. A department spokesman said the spring acreage was increased by 25 per cent, but unfavorable weather conditions have retarded growth and cut yields in many areas, especially in the Albemarle section. ____ SOYA-BEAN SHOES OUTWEAR LEATHER NEW YORK—(Ah—A soya-bean compound has been fashioned into gay-cclored soles for shoes. The soya-bean soles can not be distinguished from leather, =ays their inventor, Elliot E. Simpson, adding that they outwear the leather variety three to one.__ r n food t&D STORES - 5 MODERN FOOD STORES TO SERVE YOU - ★ 10th & Market ^ 17th & Dock ^ Winter Park ★ 8th 8( Castle ^ Sunset Park Fancy Small Native Turkeys lb. 65c Dressed and Drawn Pure Pork Sausage . lb. 37c PREMIER DICED CARROTS .No. 2 can Jgc BURNS CUT BEETS .No. 2 can 13c TENDERI TEA.‘/4 lb. pkg. 27c GEORGE WASHINGTON INSTANT COFFEE .35 cup size 29' PREMIER COFFEE lb. 30c GREAT LAKES PURE APPLE JUICE pi Bot. 14c TARA STRAWBERRY—PINEAPPLE PRESERVES.ib. Jar 49c TEA GARDEN RED RASPBERRY PRESERVES lb. Jar 45c TEA GARDEN BOYSENBERRY PRESERVES lb. Jar 44c RED MARASCHINO CHERRIES.8 oz. Bot. 32c ARMOUR’S STAR CORN BEEF HASH.can 25c Amour's TREET. .can 35c FAMILY BRAND GREAT NORTHERN BEANS .No. 2 Can J3C ARMOUR’S STAR PORK and BEANS.No. 2 Can Jgc IVANHOE MACARONI CREOLE ib .Jar 27c CHEF-SOT AR-DEE RAVIOLI.Ib. Jar 17c ARCHER HOUSE PREPARED SPAGHETTI. ... lb. Jar 17c STAR BRAND PREPARED PRUNES lb. Jar 25c GOOBER MAN PEANUT BUTTER ib. Jar 3Qc daily crossword ACROSS 1. June-bug 4. Shoshonean Indian 7. Heavy anxiety 8. Mountain ridge, Anc. Palestine 10. Movable barriers 11. City, N. Dakota 13. Topaz hum ming-bird 14. Fetish (Afr.) 16. Openings (Anat.) 17. Measure (Chin.) 18. Songs for two people 20. And (L.) 21. N»t 23. Minced meat and potatoes 25. Sum up 26. River (Pol.) 27. Organ of aerial flight 29. Excessively 32. Type measure 33. Literary composition 35. Sloth. 36. River (So. Am.) 38. Thrice (mus.) 39. Young dog 40. A form of football 42. City (Eng ) 44. A lively dance 45. 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GREENFIELD WORK FAVORED BY LIONS Resolution Passed Unani mously In Club’s Reg ular Session The proposed Greenfield Park development project was endorsed by the Wilmington Lions club in weekly luncheon session yesterday in the Friendiy cafeteria. A resolution was unanimously carried that the club wholehearted ly support every effort to be made to further the community project. T. J. Baird, L. T. Landen, Wil liam B. Campbell, and J. R. Ben son won a group singing contest. Other quartets competing were: Ed Yopp, W. G. Twining, R. B. McKenzie, and A. C. Bledsoe; also L. E. Keith, P. T. Marshburn, Ed Ward, and C. A. Laughridge. Herman N. Hayden presided; Lion R. B. McKenzie led in group singing and novelty entertainment acts, and Lion Bob Matthews gave the invocation. Lion Hayden announced that the annual election of officers would be held next Thursday. Dr. H. A. Codington gave a final report on the 20th annual declamation con test. Joe Hood reported plans taking shape for ladie’s night program on May 30 at the Plantation Club with Carl Goerch, of Raleigh, sheduled as principal speaker. Guests of the club included: Mrs. L. E. Keith, James Robertson of Lion L. C. Robertson, and Luth HASS MEETING COUNTY COURTHOUSE FRIDAY. HAY 17ih 8 P. H. A speech of importance to all voters of New Hanover Coun ty will be made by your next Congressman from this Dis trict. W. S. (Billy) BRITT (Paid Political Advertisement) er T. Rogei%, of Wrightsville Beach. Foster Edwards served es secretary, C. L. Harris was pro gram chairman, and music con test judges were Lions Joe‘ Hood, McKean Maffitt, and Bob Mat thews. Your GI Rights Questions and Answer* On Servicemen’* Problems BY DOLGLAS LARSEN WASHINGTON—Here are some general questions from veterans. Q- -My brother was injured in the war gnd was discharged because of that injury. He has been receiv ing a pension which goes to help support me. Last week his bad leg started bothering him. He went to the Veterans’ Administration hos pital, where the doctor told him he’d have to be hospitalized for at least three months. Will he continue to get the same pension while he is in the hospital? I am an invalid my sell. A—No, while he is in a VA hos pital his pension wil be reduced to either $8 or $20 a month, de pending upon his degree of dis ability before he entered the hos pital - Q—I worked for three years be fore 1 went into the service, and earned good money. I paid quite a bit into thp state unemployment compensation fund. When I get out of service, I may not get a job. Will I get both the state unem ployment money and the federal allowance of $20 per week? A—You can get only the $20 a week. Q—I am trying to start a small business. The first two months I went into the red. A friend tells me that the government will pay me $100 a month until my busi ness improves. Is this true? A—Yes. As long as you continue to make less than $100 a month in your business—for not more than a year—the government will give you the difference between what your net earnings are and $100 a month. The government won’t pay you back the money you lose, how ever. Q—When 1 got out of service a year ago, L took an apprentice training program and passed it. I am now a qualified journeyman. But the company officials says they are going to lay me off be cause of strikes in a related indus try. Can they do this to me? 1 thought they had to guarantee me a job for a year. A—They can do it to you, all right. There is no guarantee of a job after the completion of at apprentice training program. (Questions will be answered only in this space—not by mail. REALTY TRANSFERS Reril estate transfers yesterday recorded with the office of the Register of Deeds included the fol lowing: John W. Guthrie to Jesse J. Tay lor, lot 4-8 subdivision Greenwood estate, Harnett township. Mrs. Isabel R. Bailey to C. N. Var n, lot 15 Hanby property, Fed eral Point. Mattie C. Taylor to Wade M. Syker, part of lot 1-556, City. Wade M. Svkes to M. H. Pegram, lot 1-556, City. J. C. Moylan to Joel H. Cook, lots 36 and 37, Arcadia. D. V. Hopkins to William F. Ben ton, part of lot 481, Audubon. V V IN JS THE TIME Mis’ Julie'* Pie Crust, plu* cold water, makes rich, flaky, golden pastry! No sifting, no measuring, no extra dishes to wash! l^gBQjCJFpfi.h Fully Dressed Native FRYERS—HENS Fresh Country EGGS, doz.44c Jiffy Biscuit MIX, box.29c Gibbs POBK AND BEANS SVSi20c —— IL—. 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