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“The Standard Life Station”
1150 Kyc. Jackson, Miss.
BROADCASTING STATION
Sunday, June €>th.
7:25—Sign on and News
7:30—Wood Shedders
8:00—News
8:15—Coast to Coast
9:00—Church of Christ
9:15—Fantasy in Melody
9:30—Southernaires
10:00—Soldiers of Production
10:30—African Trek
11:00—Blue War Journal
11:80—Stars From Blue
12:00-This Is Official
12:30—Two Little Sisters
12:45—Memories
1:00—Chaplain Jim
1:30—Sammy Kay’s Orch.
2:00—Music of Latin America
2:15—Wake Up America
3:00—National Vespers
3:30—Green Hornet
4:00—Where Do We Stand
4:15—Rockin Chair Time
4:30—Aloha Land
5:00—News
5:45—Ozzie Nelson’s Orch.
6:00—Voice of Prophecy
6:30—How It Started
6:45—Blue Echoes
7:00—Earl Godwin
7:15—Doctors Courageous
7:30—Dance
7:45—Treas. Star Parade
8:00—Music of The Masters
8:30—Paul Barons Orch.
8:45—Dorothy Thompson
9:00—Old Fashioned Revival Hour
10:00—News
10:15—Staw Kentons Orch.
10:30—Joe Venuti's Orch.
10:55—News
11:00—Sign Off.
Monday, June 7th.
6:40—News
6:45—Musical Roundup
7:00—Martin Agronsky
7:15—Pages of Melody
7:25—News
7:30—Emporium Musical Clock
8:00—Breakfast Club
9:00—We Present
9:15—Roy Porter
9:30—Marilyn Time
9:45—Club Program
10:00—Breakfast at Sardie’s
10:30—Nancy Martin
10:45—Little Jack Little
11:00—News
11:05—Rainbow Trio
11:15—Jimmy Blair
11:30—Farm and Home Hour
12:00—Baukhage Talking
12:15—Ed McHugh
12:30—Two Little Sisters
1:00—News
1:05—Spike Jones
1:15—Mystery Chef
1:30—James McDonald
1:45—Hollywood News
2:00—Morton Dowmey
2:15—My True Story
2:45—Ted Malone
3:00—Club Matinee
3:30—Men o the Land. Sea and Air
3:45—Gloria Pleasants Trio
3:55—News
4:00—Hop Harrigan
4:15—Vagabonds
4:30—Singing Strings
4:45—Boogie Woogie Band Wagon
5:00—Sea Hound
5:15—News
5:20—Grab Bag
6:00—The World at Large
6:15—Coast Guard Dance Band
6:30—Blue Echoes
6:45—Aloha Land
7:00—Earl Godwin
7:15—Supper Dance
7:30—MOP Show
7:45—Tango-Rumba Time
8:00—Counter Spy
8:30—Spotlight Bands
9:00—Ray Gram Swing (News)
9:15—Gracie Fields
9:30—Treas. Song Parade
9:35—Rythmn Road
10:00—News
10:30—Leo Reismew Orch.
10:55—News
Tuesday, June 8th
6:40—News
6:45—Musical Roundup
7:00—Martin Agronsky
7:15—Pages of Melody
7:25—News
7:30—Emporium Musical Clock
8:00—Breakfast Club
9:00—We Present
9:15—Roy Porter
9:30—Baby Institute
9:45—Gene and Glenn
10:00—Breakfast at Sardis
10:30—Hank Lawson
10:45—Little Jack Little
11:00—News
11:05—Rainbow Trio
11:15—Clark Dennis
11:30—Farm and Home Hour
12:00—Baukhage Talking
12:15—Eye Witness News
12:30—Two Little Sisters
12:45—Luncheon Dance
1:00—News
1:05—U. S. Army Band
1:15—Mystery Chef
1:30—George Philp
l:45_Top Quality Food Parade
2:00—Morton Downey
2:15—My True Story
2:45—Ted Malone
3:00—Club Matinee
3:30—Carl Ravazzo’s Orch.
3:45—Gloria Pleasants Trio
3:55—News
4:00—Hop Harrigan
4:15—The Three Romeo’s
4:30—Sea Hound
5:15—News
5:20—Grab Bag
5:45—Christian Science
6:00—The World at Large
6:15—Men. Machines & Victory
6:30—Pop Stuff
7:00—Earl Godwin
7:15-I-Supper Dance
7:30—Duf fey’s
8:00—Norway Fights Back
8:15—Freddie Martin Orch.
8:30—Spotlight Bands
8:55—Reporter of Odd Facts
9:00—Ray Gram Swing (News)
9:15—Gracie Fields
9:30—This Nation at War
10:00—News
10:15—Leo Brown Orch.
10:30— Ray Healherton’s Orch.
J0:55—News
11:00—Sigrt off.
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Wednesday, June 9th.
G:40—Nows
6:45—Musical Roundup
7:00—Martin Agronsky
7:15—Pages of Melody
7:25—News
7:30—Emporium Musical Clock
8:00—Breakfast Club
9:00—We Present
9:15—Roy Porter
9:30—Marilyn Time
9:35—Baby Institute
9:45—Gene and Glenn
10:00—Breakfast at Sardis’
10:30—Hank Lawson
10:45—Little Jack Little
11:00—News
11:05—Rainbow Trio
11:15—Joan Brooks
11:30—Farm and Home Hour
12:00—Baukhage
12:15—Ed McHugh
12:30—Two Little Sisters
12:45—Luncheon Melodies
1:00—News
1:15—Mystery Chef
1:30—James McDonald
1:45—Top Quality Food Parade
2:00—Morton Downey
2:45—Ted Malone
3:00—Club Matinee
3:30—Men of Land, Sea and Air
3:45—Gloria Pleasantts Trio
3:55—News
4:00—Hop Harrigan
4:15—The Cadets
4:30—Jose Bethencourt Orch.
4:45—Boogie Woogie Band Wagon
5:00—Sea Hound
5:15—News
5:20—Grab Bag
5:45—Navy Program
6:15—What’s Your War Job
6:30—Swing It
6:45—Spike Jones’ Orch.
7:00—Earl Godwin
7:15—Supper Dance
7:30—Neighborhood Call
7:45—Musical Memories
8:00—John Freedom
8:30—Spotlight Bands
8:55—Reporter of Odd Facts
9:00—Ray Gram Swing (News)
9:15-*-Gracie Fields
9:30—Treas. Song Parade
9:35—Nat. Radio Forum
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10:05—10 Min. of Rhythm
10:15—Bernie Cummings Orch.
10:30—Lou Breeze Orch.
10:55—News
11:00—Sign off.
Thursday, June 10th
6:40—News
6:45—Musical Roundup
7:00—Martin Agronsky
7:15—Pages of Melody
7:25—News
7:30—Emporium Musical Clock
8:00—Breakfast Clulb
8:30—Swift Breakfast Club
8:45—Breakfast Club
9:00—We Present
9:15—Roy Porter
9:30—Baby Institute
9:45—Gene and Glenn
10:00—Breakfast at Sardis’
10:30—Hank Lawson
10:45—Little Jack Little
11:00—Grillis News
11:05—Rainbow Trio
11:15—Clark Dennis
11:30—Farm and Home Hour
12:00—Baukhage Talking
12:15—Eye Witness News
12:30—Two Little Sisters
12:45—Luncheon Dance
1:00—News
1:05—Spike Jones
1:15—Mystery Chef
1:30—James McDonald
1:45—Top Quality Food Parade
2:00—Morton Downey
2:15—My True Story
2:45—Ted Malone
3:00—Club Matinee
3:30—Men of Land, Sea, Air
3:45—Gloria Pleasants Trio
3:55—News
4:00—Hop Harrigan
4:15—The Vagabonds
4:30—Jose Bethencourt Orch.
4:45—Boogie Woogie Band Wagon
5:00—Sea Hound
5:15—News
5:20—Grab Bag
5:45—Ann Chadwick
6:00—The World at Large
6:15—Those Good Ole Days
6:30—Concert Orch.
6:45—Waltz Time
7:00—Earl Godwin
7:15—Supper Dance
7:30—Town Meeting
8:30—Spotlight Bands
8:55—Reporter of Odd Facts
9:00—Raymond Gram Swing
9:15—Gracie Fields
9:30—Wings to Destiny
10:00—News
10:05—10 Min. of Rhythm
10:15—Russ Morgan’s Orch.
10:50—Tommy Dorsey Orch.
10:55—News
11:00—Sign off.
See Our New Line of
MEN’S WEAR
Shirts, Ties, Socks, Underwear
Handkerchiefs
Have Your Garments Tailored At—
ROGERS TAILOR SHOP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
REGARDLESS OF FORM- CURVES
CROSS ROADS OR CORNERS
A. D. ROGERS, Tailor
524 N. Farish Street Jackson, Miss.
Victcfif Hints
By FANNIE MAY IZARD
Home Service Director
Mississippi Power & Light Co.

WARM WEATHER HINTS
The less trips to the market, the
more food must be stored and the
longer it must be kept fresh.
Therefore, use the refrigerator to
advantage, make the most of every
feature and keep
it running effi
:iently. Set your
3 e 1 f a regular
routine once a
week to save time
and labor. The
day before your
major marketing
would be best to
follow the first
and forem ost
_ rule of thorough
MISS IZARD cleaning. And
thorough cleaning means defrost
ing, removing food and shelves,
refilling ice cube trays, washing
nterior with warm water and
?oda. For the outside of the box,
use plain soap and water, no abra
sives, and be sure to clean care
fully beneath and behind the box.
If yours is an “Open type unit”,
3il the motor twice a year with a
ight grade motor oil.
Make it a rule to cool foods be
fore storing. Try to take out every
thing you need for a meal at one
:ime; it’s the best way to cut down
, >n the times you open the door.
! Wipe up spilled foods immediately
is food acids may damage the fin
sh. Never yank ice trays or use
•an openers or such to pry them
oose, for if you slip and puncture
he freezing unit you’d have
rouble which might not be fixable,
iuard the rubber gasket round the
loor, wiping off food or grease
mmediately and avoid stretching
md scuffing.
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Warm weather is here, so get
>ut your electric fan; oil it; and
•un it a reasonable period of time
o see whether it is in good con
lition. If-you have any doubt about
ts performance, take it to vmir
dectrical service dealer—have it
tdjusted or reconditioned for the
lard work ahead.
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If you are packing away your
dectric heating pad for the sum
ner, test it to be sure it’s working
veil. Tut it away flat, with the
■ord rolled loosely and smoothly
n the box. If any repairs are need
ed, have them made now. It’s an
>ther appliance you forget for
veeks at a time, but when you
vant it, you want it immediately!
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Chances are you are using your
electric mixer more these days.
Remember, the more you use it,
the more frequently it craves a
few drops of oil. '
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There’s a lot of lint around an
electric sewing machine, and grad
ually its mechanical parts get
clogged up. Check .your bobbin
holder, remove lint and threads.
Give your machine a good clean
ing. If it is “running hard”, use
kerosene oil on the working parts
(but not in the motor, please). The
kerosene cuts through the old oil
that may have gummed. Run the
machine for a few minutes; wipe
off excess oil and loosened dirt.
Then re-oil with a good grade of
sewing machine oil. Periodic clean
ing and oiling are essential to long
life.
TOWN AND FARM
IN WAR TIME
More Canned Food for Civilians
Civilians will gain 30 million
cases of canned fruits and vege
tables as a result of reduced gov
ernment requirements. Reductions
are mainly for corn, peas, spinach,
tomatoes, snap beans, fruit cock
tail, sweet cherries, peaches, pine
apple, and pineapple juice.
Pay Off Farm Debt
Increased revenue from crops and
livestock should be used to pay off
farm debts, says the Secretary of
Agriculture.
Food For Furlougs
A serviceman on a leave or fur
lough of at least three days here
after will be provided with a com
plete application form for obtain
ing rationed food before he leaves
tJ nip. He will give the appFca
tion to the person who provides
his meals.
Further Cheese Rationing
To conserve supplies of milk, ra
tioning will be extended to include
all cheeses and cheese products,
except cottage, “bakers,” and pot
cheese. Early in June soft perish
able cheeses such as cream cheese,
neufchatel, camembert, liederkrantz,
brie, and blue cheese are to be add
ed to the ration list.
Women Must WTork
By December, 1943. one-third of
the female population of working
age will be required for the civilian
labor force and the armed forces.
Lower Potato Prices 7 Per cent
“Consumers” ceiling prices on
potatoes have been decreased about
7 per cent according to a recent
OPA announcement. At the same
time, the price pajd growers was
increased 30 cents per hundred
weight on the 1943 early crop.
Stocking Regulations
OPA's new regulation setting def
inite maximum prices on rayon
stockings is based upon construc
tion, which in turn governs qual
ity. First quality, full-fashioned ray
on hosiery prices now range from
71 cents to $1.31. Hosiery with spe
cial features such as “non-run,” or
mesh, reinforced heel, sole and
selt, etc., are now priced from 98
cents to $1.67. Irregulars, seconds
and thirds are cheaper. First qual
ity, circular knit rayon hosiery pric
es range from 28 cents to 64 cents.
Hosiery with special features is
priced from 36 cents to 66 cents
and irregulars, seconds, and thirds
for less.
Teachers Can Take Summer Jobs
School teachers will not be pre
vented from taking jobs at higher
pay. nor will they endanger their
legular positions by working dur
ing the summer vaaation in war
plants, agriculture, or necessary
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civilian services the War Manpow
er Commission has announced.
Prices Set On Pressure Canners
Specific ceilings on three war
models of pressure canners have
been announced by OPA, $13.90 for
the National Model, $14.90 for the
Wisconsin Model and $15.90 for the
Burpee. Production of another 125,
000 pressure cookers has been au
thorized by WPB bringing the to
tal to about 275,000, more than in
any other year.
Maternity Care Provided
Wives of men in the four lowest
pay grades of the armed forces can
now get maternity care plus medi
cal, hospital, and nursing care for
their babies in 23 states without
cost to the family, the Children’s
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Labor has announced. To apply for
such aid the wife must fill out a
ferm secured from the State Health
Department. Additional states are
expected to have approved pro
grams soon.
Lumber For Farms
To relieve lumber shortages on
farms for all repairs except to farm
dwellings. WPB has set aside a to
tal of 500 million board feet of lum
ber for delivery on an AA-2 prefer
ence rating during June, July, Aug
ust, and September. Farmers who
cannot obtain lumber with present
ratings, should apply to the County
Farm Rationing Committee for cer
tificates to purchase lumber for

maintenance, repair, and new con
struction.
Food Dealers Well Off
Under community-wide dollars
ahd-cent,s ceilings now being estab
lished, food retailers and wholesal
ers will continue to enjoy the most
favorable economic position on rec
ord, says OPA. Business failures are
currently at the lowest point in half
a century.
Frills Removed From Women's
Wear
A clothing conservation program
adopted by WPB will affect every
branch of the women’s and chil
dren’s outerwear industry. Manu
facture of dresses is now subject to
two controls—square-inch limita
tions on the amount of material i
which may be used for trimmings,
collars, pockets, etc., and r^stric- |
tions on the size and design of the
trimmings, and control of the basic j
silhouette to specified measure- 1
ments of length, sweep, hip, hem. j
etc., listed in amended order L-58. .
In spite of more than a century ,
of exploitation and land clearing j
Mississippi’s forest land still oc- '
cupies 16,000,000 acres of the total I
land area in the state. This is fifty
four percent of the total number
of acres in the state. This forest
land is seven times the number of
acres planted in cotton, the state’s
great cash crop.

HELP
WANTED
WAITRESSES
COOKS
FULL TIME
Call 4-9301
Mill & Oakley Cafe
Edward Lee, Prop
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For BEAUTY’S Sake
GO TO
BEATRICE
Beauty Shoppe
With Her Famous
GORINE SYSTEM
GUARANTEED
To Grow Your Hair
Latest Styles of All Kinds
Expert Operators to
Serve You.
Mrs. Beatrice Houston, Jr.
Miss Alberta Franklin
Miss Cloudie Mangem
409 N. Farish St.
Phone 4-9231
Jackson, Miss.
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Equipped to Render First Class Service
406 N. Farish Street Dial 4-9411
Ladies Clothes Given Special Attention at All Times!
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
Your Patronage Solicited.
CURTIS MIMS, Prop.
FOR CLEAN, COMFORTABLE RIDING
CALL A—
CITY CAB
In new location at Coates Super-Service Station,
301 N. Farish Street
DIAL 4-4826
ALLEN BOWDRY, Mgr. Jackson, Miss.
PARIS CLEANERS
A BETTER CLEANING SERVICE
Alterations—Hats
736 N. Farish St. Dial 2-1822
Jessie Williams Jackson, Miss.
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