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Activities For Negroes ; As Production Workers Paul V. McNutt, War Manpower Commission Chairman and Federal < Security Administrator, today an nounced appointment of Edgar S. Westmoreland of Washington, D. C., as U. S. Office of Education Special Representative, to assist in the de velopment of training activities for Negroes in the vocational training program for war production work ers. In annuoncing the appointment, Mr. McNutt revealed that approximately 75,000 Negroes have received pre employment and supplementary train ing in war courses to date, and that approximately 11.000 Negroes are currently enrolled in similar classes. | Director of Vocational Education j Division 10-13 in the District of Co- I lumbia since 1938, Mr. Westmore- j land was formerly principal of Arm strong Technical High School night classes. For twenty years, he has taught carpentry and joinery at that institution. During 1917-18, Mr. Westmoreland did Army Y. M. C. A. work at Camp Jackson near Colum bia, S. C., as teacher-trainer at Kentucky State College in 1940 and 1941, he directed the work of up grading trade and industrial edu cation teachers. Mr. Westmoreland holds A. B. and M. A. degrees from Howard Uni versity and has done graduate work in advance vocational education and guidance at Harvard University. No Malaria Among Jackson Military Personnel Not a single case of malaria has been reported among military per sonnel of the Jackson area to date, Dr. Felix J. Underwood, State Health Officer, announced today. “Impor tance of this report is obvious,” Dr. Underwood declared, “in view of the fact that a diagnosis of malaria au tomatically grounds a pilot for sixty days.” The State Board of Health and county health departments backed by the United State Public Health Ser vice, are waging an intensive cam paign to get the jump on malaria in war areas, according to the health officer. “Briefly, the plan is based on control of adult mosquitoes and mosquito breeding areas within a mile radius of a militray cantone ment,” said Dr. Underwood. “This area is subdivided into zones, with every Anopheles breeding place In New Location GYPSY BAR-B-Q INN ON POCAHONTAS HIGHWAY •Same Good Food Same Good Service As you got when you ate at the Gypsy Tea Room on North Farish Street. Barbeque Sandwiches, Beer, Cold Drinks J. D. HICKS, Prop. Grand Opening Sunday Night, July 19 narked for oiling or spraying once I every seven days. Inside the camp tself the army does the spraying md oiling.” Check is kept on mosquito infes tation, explained the health officer, 3y maintaining catching stations and lipping stations; adult mosquitoes ta ken form the catching stations indi cate the prevalence of malaria mos quitoes, samples of water from dip ping stations tell where they are breeding. According to the health officer there are 22 catching stations and 300 dipping stations in the Jackson area alone. Each of these is visited once a week. The State Health Officer Says: Again Dr. Thomas Parran, Sur geon-General of the United States, makes an appeal for physical fitness of civilian population. The purpose of this campaign is to develop a strong, vigorous, and courageous people needed to endure a long, hard war and the difficult readjustments which will inevitably follow. Since heart disease is the prime killer of the nation, this crusade to make us fit to fight stresses con servation of heart energy of people in middle life. In Mississippi, as in the nation, heart disease ranks first in causes of death; 3539 Mississip pians died of this alment in 1941. Using your head to conserve your heart is a patriotic bid for physical fitness. Here are a few suggestions that will help ration heart energy: Strive for a balanced plan of liv ing with plenty of sleep (at least fif ty hours a week) and recreation. Ex _•___i-:_ Ciuac icci cauun oixwlaxv* uv/i, wv strenuous enough to produce short ness of breath, chest pains or undue exhaustion. Avoid exercise immediately after a meal. Learn to do things in a leisurely fashion. Don’t hurry and push. Cultivate and practice the art of complete muscular relaxation. Don't eat too much or in a hurry. “Emote” less and think more. The prevention of heart disease is based on sound principles of well bal anced living, with emphasis on mod eration, equanimity and conservation of energy through the middle and lat er part of life. What Will You Have? Breakfast Dinner Lunch At Every Meal We Have Just What You Want Prepared By A Chef Cook. Sandwiches - Cold Drinks Beer BLACKSTONE CAFE W. J. SUMMERS, Prop. Located Downtown Jackson Phone 4-9364 CLEANING PRESSING MIMS CLEANERS Equipped To Render First Class Service. 406 Farish St. Dial 4-9411 NEW LOCATION Ladies Clothes Given Special Attention At All Times! WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Your Patronage Solicited. CURTIS MIMS, Prop. For Good Taste, For Courteous Service, For Economy and Quality * None can compare with PEOPLES FUNERAL NOME Featuring STANDARD SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE DeLUXE 88b North Farleh Street Dial S-2S7C Everybody Who wants Glood Food Eats Here! Regular Dinners Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Drinks Beer Good Service Blue Moon Cafe BAR-B-Q RIBS BAR-B-Q CHICKEN 412 N. Farish St. GEORGE RICE, Prop. Here’s Where To Eat - the best of food and ser vice for your money. Breakfast - Lunch ... Regular Dinners Sandwiches of all Kinds Bar-B-Cue MILL & OAKLEY CAFE Where Everybody Eats Cor. Mill & Oakley Sts. Edward Lee, Prop Jackson, Miss. Looking for A Place to Eat? Visit The_ CORNER EAT SHOP Dinners .30c Lunches.20c Sandwiches of all Kinds Bar-B-Cue Our Specialty “Service With A Smile” Is Our Motto. Cor. Rose & Lynch Sts. Jackson, Miss. LUMBER We have plenty of Lurrjber that we can setll you. There are no Govt, re strictions on our selling you what we have in stock. If you need Siding, Flooring, Ceil ing, Framing, Timbers, etc., also Hoofing, Windows, Doors, Sand, Gravel, Lime, Cement, etc., get our prices and save 20 per cent or more. We handle everything to build with. Economy Lumber Co. Hi-Way 49 at 5 Points, Jackson, Miss. 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