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Host to the Conference BISHOP JAMES ARTHUR HAMLET, M.A. Hurd Episcopal District of the C.M.E. Church. Bishop Hamlet will giv$ a series of lectures on Preaching. f—i DR. JAMES V/. EICHELBERGER, Ph.D. 1 Secretary, Religious Education, A.M.E.Z, " Church. Dr. Elchelbarger will give 4 serlas of lectures on Religious Education I 17. BISHOP JOHN H. MOORE Seventh Episcopal District, C.M.E. Church i I Special Preacher ■KJ ^ '-"‘I"1' ■ —-s-1 ! BISHOP W. W. MATTHEWS. Seventh Episcopal District, A.M.E. 2oi Church. , MRS. JANE S. WILLIAMS Asst. Nutritionist, Defense and Welfare Service, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Wil liams will give four lectures on Nutrition, Buy Ivlore War Bends and Stamps! J All Citizens Asked To Join “Stamp Out VD” Drive "With the message ‘Help Us Stamp Out VD” the Mississippi program for veneral disease control moves to further enlist Mississippi people in the fight on these diseases,” said Dr. Felix J. Underwood, discussing today the billboards placed over the state in the interest of this prog ram. Pointnng out that the thriving control program begun during the first World War suffered an un timely death when peace came, Dr. Underwood said that medical work ers are using this and other means to maintain the progress made ot ward eradicating syphilis and gon orrhea. Begun in 1937, the present prog ram has the advantage of a five year st^rt before war conditions intensified the problem he ex plained, adding that new tech niques and new drugs have also joined in the fight. “But perhaps the most important lesson learned from the 1918 experience,” said he, “was the knowledge that any suc cessful effort in this country must begin from the ground up; the peo ple must know about it and must carry it forward.” Stating that Mississippi’s prog ram was expanding rapidly even before war started, Dr. Underwood revealed that, during the past two BARGAINS! BARGAINS! SECOND HAND SUITS.$9.75 up to $14.50 Second Hand OVERCOATS.. $9.75 up to $14.50 Khaki PANTS .$1.59 up Khaki SHIRTS .:.. $1.35 up 8-Ounce OVERALLS.$1.65 JUMPERS.$1.65 HANES Winter Union Suits.$1.25 • TEMPLETON and GARDNER, Inc. SPORTING GOODS—DRY GOODS 147 N. FARISH ST. JACKSON, MISS. to put on a new root bet ore bad weather sets in. Rooting is plentiful. We have a complete stock and numerous designs and colors. Roofing is one thing that has not advanced in price. We can sell you a good and dependable roof for the same money we did two years ago. In most cases we can arrange TERMS to suit you. Let us discuss this with you. ★ Jackson Lumber Company 322 W. Capitol St. Phone 4-5066 RELIABLE AND DEPENDABLE SINCE 1896 ' 1 ———J years, 54,128 new syphilis patients were admitted to treatment, and that a veneral disease clinics re ceived over a million and a half visits during that period. “We are holding the veneral dis ease line,” said the physician, ‘‘but the fight must be a fight to the finish. We must remember 1918 when peace comes, and not let these years of marked progress go by the board.” Bureau of Public Relations U. S. War Department FORT WASHINGTON, MARY LAND—First Lieutenant Doris W. Morrell, Indianapolis, Indiana, one of two WAC officers to attend Adjutant General School. The other officer is Annie D. Clark, Cincinnati, Ohio. HELP WANTED! WAITRESSES COOKS FULL TIME Call—4-9301 Mill & Oakley Cafe EDWARD LEE, Prop. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ m* ♦♦ 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 JACKSON, MISS. Visit Your Own Community Store— VALLEY SANDWICH SHOP MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY STORE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS Park Washington, Prop. HAZLEHURST, MISS. VISIT THE Thee-Way Inn Cafe and Hotel Good Food, Comfortable Rooms Gas Heat, Pooll Room Beauty Shop Expert Beauty Service by Trained Operators Grocery & Market Staple and Fancy Groceries, Quality Meats Phone 223-W Ernest Washington, Prop. 22 E. Railroad Ave. _Hazlehurst, Miss. I BACK THE ATTACK—WITH WAR BONDS! | «*.; c„, HIGHWAY 61 NORTH I PHONE 463 ;—:—: VICKSBURG, MISSS. | I FRAZIER and COLLINS I 1 FUNERAL HOME ft _ a a ft tt W v “Ohe Service To All—The Price | Your Own Choosing” ft h P • | SUPERIOR AMBULANCE SERVICE ' ft ft j.t _And—• # COLLINS BURIAL ASSOCIATION 1 Dial 3-2377 | I 415 N. Farish St. Jackson, Miss. | Increase Your Business With Music Wurlitzer Phonographs on Commmission Service Novelty Company i 155 E. Pearl Street Dial 2-1822 / E. D. Newell, Mgr. Jackson, Miss. p Follow The Crowd To THE BLUE FLAME THE SWANKIEST CLUB IN JACKSON WHERE YOU Dine and Dance Private Dining Rooms Phone 4-9195 ' I Fannin Road East Jackson jj I JOE CATCHINGS, Prop. <i| II ____— I — I WASHING—LUBRICATION GRIFFITH STREET SERVICE STATION Jackson, Miss. FREE ROAD SERVICE t. * Mill and Griffith Streets Jack Gregory Dial Number 4-7036 j ™aatde FERGUSONS £% \ FURNITURE — CLOTHING — JE VELRY All on Credit Items selling for less than $6.00 may be added \ to your account without down payment. FERGUSON FURNITURE CO. Dial 3-2678 202 N. Farish St. | — - VISIT The Travelers, Home CLEAN — COMFORTABLE ROOMS HOT AND COLD WATER Phone 44646 JOE CATCHINGS, Prop.