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VOLUME XCT1 rii AGOrLA. MWMSMPH. PMMTt JOLT !•» M NllMtM ONE THOUSAND ’ .WINDS OF AUJMDi^l WILL BE DONATED IN COUNTY — Art* Wffl Hr Divided bite DetfrirU And A Hoa*r t* Homr ( *»v**o. Will Hr Mad* Far iHarardro Aluminaai War* Far IlrfiMe. A hub tram OPM Obwji mtm Utr OfM. Hi mtncti He UXKWi rmy'kmunmr. to u»«n u* op out .hoi oUmurun, o' tiottey moo daw Tim *beriagr it Our Mu. <*i)> u> «A UM ore. mu to Urn u» ■_I provided fund* far Trw temtu « arm*, eru. u. Hn hr dittoed knwn U»r eanout. cooperating crra arganimhnn* ulna. mu hr impandfete to the rauving in UUrr rmpecu ** arm* Due to Oar fart Utat the Super - vhew* Qutrtcu of One and Wee an pnaapallr rural mu. no large wnt to luratet. tie hi nnmar? Bum har 0( OMPtitenuom to hand* u* OMM hu. the Chair .mm mm Rate cam agent am: A at u> hr re* ; at (pop Mi thaar In Outrun. 1 *< Tliret and Fou> dues of Mm MM. . «u i tht wgaaim.ion* art up m the ctum *U> hr reqnautim or Various arganttatwn* reprmetiiec at the me* mi* VtOaoU} mgtu were m foUoeu PamagnttM—Cu> Mar* Water R OuUeg: teuoa Club and Amenrar. teg**- L. U Bugler Htrtar} Cite. Her met uautar; Siamut Men* Club JW3g&% ¥r if. YbUOC iOanunatc <& Page Eight' »--- -— .—— - Odd Fellows Install Officers For Present Term; Have Visitors Paaeagouia Lodge So 46 J O O F. hac • routing meeting Tuesday Mgtu (hr surotienc* txu»* tte hugest at racesi month* Tte or filBH tni Utt iyylwllgtinfr of. fleer* a*to thr ronfemng of tte Oagmi at Pnentortup an a clam Swrat at tte meets** In addiUoo to a tay*r <>unite' at tte local man ten am fate brother* tram tte Gulipon Lodgr wte> km at tti Mailing of finer* a* follow* E J Dartnch Pssi Grand Ma ter Lotte Biraiuka* pact grand, acting Granc Warden. K B Ware, paat granc Acting Grand Marshal and J V pact grand, ar« ing Grand Chaplain The interning uClieer* were tn t#w Pascagoula f***ttf* far tte mtunng sta month* £ N Pow> name grand Norman Allen, rlcr grand A T 8pr*ue> right supporter to noble grand. P « MeLtad left atipponrr. W G Mete warden H M Wattes, con ductor Ham Lrud unite guard laa. W T Ham* outside guard tar. H J Waller right scene sup twrter, Edward Walter* left scene supporter » T Sparkman Sr. rhsrasir Ailed Oaffln right *ujv perat to vtor grand. Loo Webb. MTt supporter mart and mstaliaUan, soow fine u*lk» were made b> tte visiting brother* and otters under tte head at tte good of tte order These tabu showed mat Odd Fellowship was gamut* ground to tte state and that odd tatoam were carrying out tte pnneipias of their order as ea esnputiad hr Use motto. Friendship Low and Truth " tte improved appearance of tte Lodge room* and ottei depart menu of tte Odd Fellows big building tte in tenor has beet, enureij re mote Uec and decor md. all wood war* repainted wtth new lighting fir turn tc tte dining room kitehei, and ladles waning room* Tte that* of tee lodge rooms have been "t!SS!^SS^%iv^ attractive border reacted to the Ideal snog displaying tte thrar Unto of Odd Pvllrrwttup Pascagou la Lodge now has tte finest and mod complete lodge home on tee Gulf Cass: Tte event* of the evenmg can dudec wtth a buffet supper served to tte new dining roam of tee tegs where good fellowship was tte hading laaturv Pascagoula Police Arrest Nashville Man For Robbery Thomas H» vmo». pope 33 giving hi* addreaj as EM Calhoun street Nashville Teut is bruts held toy city patter lot the *U«*ec Utrit of KM* tit toft a tec** a aatci, and a •addaat rtng tram Mrs Ids Moub* at Paacacouts Hr «a> arras; ed tot Officer R E Bpardy' Jotter. Chief off Pohor A W RkU re ported that ail the stolen property bad bed- recovered at the home of Pupr fab Roosevelt street Pope it toainc bekt or chargr* of (rand taraoBT and aril! tor greet; trial Tuesday alien*** before K P, Heidrthera ex-offsoo jusUs* at the STATE GAME COMMISSION TO PLACE FISH KILLING IN HANDS OF ATTORNEYS Sportaatc* Hold Pretext Meeting at Yaneleave Denouncing Pollution of Pa«rafottia Rum Ami Tributary*. Lant Month. Tat Mt»M~T]Tp dame aad rut: Coaumaaec taw adapted a reeoiv Uoc au-eeun* W F Dewr-mas di mvesugaunc of tee fab lulled ir. tee water* at (te Paacagntt* River and iu tnmitane* during Ue ou;u at June, and M» place Is tee tend* fit tee attorney genera: ate tee da ted attorney* at tee proper di* tncu all ml arm* noc data ate steer r natttng* at tte mveaugation* Lan mgtn Tbinur rfuiy H a oat meeting fit ftteenaec ate punma n» tte at omi t Camp « Vanoeav* w> protest tee tnumg at tte latfc Pramusm: speaker* were as tee program Tte reaoiutxx. adopted by tee Oame ate Plat. Otemmanrr a a* J(»MSfAm*»erninter River ate te tntou . aac dr et Cod list, were g tee aud •port at tte swung tee K te dene tee eotel um ot Cat. tWlD (Uetou Ml te «te told KMam> one water* and to report tut Hodov* U> the Attorney Creuer*. at the Slate of Mueuaippi and the LMetnct Attorney* at the Uutrjcu In calved and after tec and WK£KCA£ the Director of Ooc aertaUon ha* aeeured the aerrtce* at e!Detent and welt quaitiled per aunt Is torenv*te the came of the death at the fun u. uuc atream* and ha* aecured aamptae at water atone mutt aireatnt for anatran therefore. BE n RESOLVES) to) the Mate Gam* and Eton Oomrniwtor. Utat Uk Director at CaoservsuoB tor and Ik to beret* author ired and direct ed to Ob any and all uiuip nece* •ary to employ such tec tunc tana ai may te parr wry to mate a fuL, correct and true analysts at Uk <*uk at uk destruction at ftofc te Pascagoula Rtie tU iteder and tributary lUeiiu and to report all tmdmg» to uu Cwnmtaiap, and Uk Director at Conserreutm to di rected to place ns Uk band* of the Attorney Genera; and Uk Dtstriet Attorney* at UK atstncu m which poUutxa. may toe latmd which might catae Uk death at SUt tot any at Uk mure, and Uk Auarney Genera, and Dwict Attorney* are respect luUy urged to lusutute such legal proceedings at uk eeideaoe may juattty ttt order to correct such me dium*. and Uk State Game end to* ltUi e—perauoc with aueh^cJh tidal* to Uk md uwt the affifeK esKUng along any of aud stream* may oe promptly corrected' i DAYLIGHT SAVING FUN MISSISSIPPI suits GOVtNNUK HnoTr»li (leiwaor huii Mum yesawrdat proclaims* that MiMa ippt wil! operate under daylight saving uev leptoiiiii a* astdrugh; JutJ Si Th» means at! ctuson* an that date wtll mm that? aatchat far worn one hour and yean other bouusrasten. state* cooperating » the movement to conserve ebetrte power for the defense program Wluir state statutes interpreted strictly prartdr fot darUgh; saving time only toy Mgialauvr enactment liksw «t» iitur ctoutrt UuU tU Mm uatppsaru art?; cooperate with the gra-mor and president Asks AH I« ( sspaeate At Wash In* ux, Tueadaf Praat dant Hooarref tmaied he had re quested ali erf the southeastern Mate governors to ptaoe umt re sportive area* under the itsppod taj um The governor's proclamation s*k* ail rawness interest* of the state and the propie generally' to otoserve daylight saving time "In ih+t? persona* tnd fhirlnfi *j. fairs " About five years ago a mow men! u> put Jackaor. and the state on day light saving wm abandoned after full rooperauun was not rv ceiv d but under the msssut state of emergency no ottpoalitos. h os - parted During the World War Day* Mu nastppj for a short time had day Ugh! saving n«n it was tUscormnurd after the emergency The theory of daylight saving b ftp ctuaens to take advantage of early daylight arblrg one hour ear lier, m order that they may re «r an hour sooner at night and thus save electric power early hi the day TWINING G0URST5 IN CLERICAL WORK TO START MQN9AI *t» Halt T» Iwwr hit or ntupiprP Nm« I OMm 1 ulrrT hi Might at am week. at the run gouia Hqt School as • separate and new unit of the National Defense Training IVhoot. It was announced Urn week toy T R Waits. super intendent at the school*. This achoot will toe to fire experience and advanced training to stenographer* for the itg«ih ShiptouUding Oot poratiori office* The echoo! |g being eatatittWied at the direct requeat from the office manager* and official* of the ship yard and will be or thoar who are now employed at the yard or Otoe 's here or for thoar who have bad secretarial training but who are un familiar with nautical and shipyard term* and pm aerology The classes will be instructed by Mts* Lola Lawrence nee rtxmnertaai teacher of the Pascagoula high school The classes will be held five Bights eacl; week and wlU be In two dfttowm One ctost will br for two hour* a night tenor a week and the other will br for three hour* each of three night* a week The close cooperation of the of fte* manager* at Uie shipyard will be given Prom tune to ume they aril aattst u conducting the ctoo giving dsciaUon and uutrucuans ic what to capected of the stenog raphers and clerical help Thoar who attend the school and •now promt*# will b* given much oettef chance of getting etnpiov - mem at the shipyard office* There te s definite need lor tin* work u> acquaint Uw clerical students with the requeues ctf the shipyard office force* It that* not mean that all who lake the eourar will br given etnpioyroem Then chsiioe* of get ting position* there However will be greatly enhanced No beginners m sborUiand or stenography will be accepted lor enrollment ir. the school Thoar who are interested in La* mg tote eourar which a given without «*t to the students are requested U> contact Superintended*. Well* at teiephunr HR or E A Parker at «» »' AM are requested to leave then* twines positions now held if any and other Irifortnatius. Ciaaaes ateo will be conducted for those who are nos etn pored in Uie shipyard offices Skit Machine Raids By Sheriff Guy Krebs G»*t Fruitful Results Bvoopiuc deem an aim machines anc ouier puabiun devices ope? - •an* in Ihr city o< PasoNroui* and oU»er pan* oi Jackatx, QHBi*. Stemli J Out ICrebt eonJwca.ee a lota, o! m skk machine* aura** Us* pas', week No arrest* have here made m amnecuon wsu, in* opera tion a* Use ynihiing dence* *c tar The machine have ueei. sueed m Siitrtn Krebs of lit* pendihy final 01 tne cue a conmaer absr amount of mone* a** con tained tr. the slot urtneh wUJ be lamed over to uu count v treasury Biot machine operator* nave be came more bold with uw oper ate** a merit weeks it has been pouted out While they have been known to <merai* m vanou* pans of the county for sene hwuk* qow their presence had been However Snertfl Krns hated that «*w the? have btcosne *o muner - ou* and eoocptetsbu* tie u,ou*h*. it ben that he pick then; up before •ouebody stumble* over aim of then, and yets nurt Nazis Capture a Red Fort German troop* arc ahows ertermf a wraeked Bnaaiar fortree* « whora atong to* Gormar-Sort* front. aeeardiAt to **• «•«* Barba Tu* Nana euui* U- ha** i apt mod a camber of the nave _wueUrr i bree-Um^ IWtW—. THOUSANDS TO REGISTER VOLUNTARILY FOR HOME DEFENSE THIS M EEK END Clrrkti To H« At Even Voting Precinct To Help Citizen*. Between 16 and 65. Fill Oat Registration wu**'i mmuhAno. -,-4 Pascagoula School i hiWw* Get Parent* o: ehhdrr.1. who will ao ter achooi both public and paro chial. in Beptembe: arc reminded by achoai and public officiate that all chlidret who wlil enter school nan be mnonilated again*', diph theria and mutt be vaccinated for smallpox tt vat announced by T R Well*, superintendent of the Pas cagoula City School*. Bacajee of the health condition* and the crowded conditions expaeted In the school* tnu year no chil dren will nr admitted to enrolment in the various cl*wet unlaw they have certificate* showing Itnmuni muon against diphtheria and wnaU 1*» ___ limoculauoo* and varct nation* will be given tree of r* Large at the JscXaor. County Health Department office an Frederic street to all students and theae desiring these treatment* There is only a short tune rewetr ing before school opens end tt is urged that all children be prop er 1! v 'prepared for Hie opening This appltev U pr* school. as well as Utoae who are former student* New Jackson County American Legion Officers Installed The Jacaaot! County Poet of American Legion niweHad tt* new officers at it* monthly meeting held Thursday night in the Old Spanish Port The ceremoniw wan brief due to the large amount at buWnees confronting the poet Arthur V South, retiring acting rice - commander was the installing officer Thaw uiduclad tnU) office were L L Bugler Pascagoula, eow Biaimtr John McArthur. Moss Wlwrfwid Paacagouta. second viee comiiiatider Wesley Gaff, Wade thirc v k< -commatMttr; Ljrtwui Ofbnoc M'jw Point, »rarg«H-et arm* and J C thtwi, Mow Point pov adjutant Poll owing the ouatnaw seaman. refreshment* were served • Pen* will nr throughout Jack son County Prtdsy and Saturday * hundred' at vaJameer registrant* Organ the gigantic task at register (fag a potential IMbO civibno* De WV will have a captain and staff at r> utrsnu an band Irani 8 00 o’ do. m the tnormng until 6 SO oti; k in Uar afternoon, few the two ar> v patted to offer themaelve* for aervia h the event at an ail out wny. in accordance with the M y pp. Civtltan Defense pro «p»". 1 ..a* beer; pointed out by thoaa lb Uiat. since as average tin.- o! 18 minute* will be required U> tat Hit the desired information tl.i. :;e task will be much more con .. sied titan was the ragistra tio: lor Military selective service la*: year A’ u.e luul meeting Friday night of the ommltteas and interestad F'Hffl! tn the Court House. A F M •*•*!«-<- county citstrmai. of the . P..4-«® nt Section (under which t- ■ t-t-'. ration Is being heid>, Fomtec out that rttouid time not perTu,- tie regulrauoc of tB to te- situ -H-rson* is the allotted two oti that additional registration . days will be determined. • ..mpleSe lafwaulba A v, hat bees patntea out count te. umtt the purpose at the regn Waum. u u determine where the ctu/ean cas best serve is the event at ai. all out emergency t* regniertog person will fill 9u a card containing 28 question*, ah d-sirned to gm complete atsd usn., i* u.:, -matioc to the author! tier cot .venting every vital phase fcwmved bducaitan. physical coo dint*: material statu* ami occu py wtl. be woe of the more Imtxr -.an! puesuon* asked Is reply to request* for additional mlorii.a’.ioyi by the public. Mr Me ger * stressed that the registration ha. :h> > onuecUon with any form of ary service, but Is merely to ■Metermme wnere a person could [geryi ties: locally. I.iperted Te Kegnaer While the registration la not cou;pulsory m the strict sense at i U.» sure it ha* bees pointed out ttu> the .east that any' cruses oar. 1 dc- t& u, offer M* or her aarvtcas In Whi* tube of satamai emergency " SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM FOR JACKSON COUNTY WILL NEED ASSISTANCE Scisooi loet. program* Is the raft* Mi *tbW uf JaCAMI COMBty WOt Peed ouUide th» jar « a- 4«*r. .some effort mum be *“de u> aid '.iMuriai. n wa* ceough: out at • count v-widr meeting <* ■•• preeeatattM at the public and perot iual achoote, heid Wednmdcy morning at the Jeetami County court nouae in Puacagotlt*. Former ij aaaieted oy the Feeler*: Government. wtocto had as euorm om lurplm ot food «o hand aad giadij m-P ntouted Uu* is *rft*nle and ether aouroea private and IMflW utioal the achooi lunch program 1* oeirig placed on >1* «ws WWW for uu» coming year. Thia h due largely became at the great guanU U« of food *urfl< which are being weauiwed by the U. £ Army Wtato* •cs and became at the aid JEW Great Britain and other eoaM* winch are now m rafted ® lb* preaeut World War C E Dm Jr, DaW rif umdc ttv* eg the vnaKMtUy DtsU-ibuUot for tot fiKf nnmii era* la chary* o' tor mrrtng and Mroiatn*d 'be J*i-*VoLV. oi the gathering ‘To i* oetv um ”.aJtin!utE octetk tram the •ebon. iuDcfc program, It It uaparv Utat v-iiool supertatendeola. sod Ot -' affiaek ae well m other per »wt-k having aa mteswat to the oaw»-*»‘ together with one and !ra t*-uaJ toMtoUana. lend their «tmm» -hearted cooporattaa" be «*! *d to ou-..:nihg toe purpoee Of the paenng The school lunch program; with tfoeir aeL-tteiancsd tneau*, ha** proven to be of much benefit to Ur ctaUdmL K anu orought out by to* ■ snout »pe*fcen Thu caa be bui><- rev:«i-ruceliy afvt without aup P°r of in* yv ter ament * tarpiut !ooc supplier In rreoeed mental and )to>h &. herUMM have oeec the fceoehu received by the chUdiet tohtujuad at page dgfclJ JACKSON COUNTS KEIilSTKANTS TO FACE PROSECUTION F a*l«rr Tm Uni RU«r<i Ot tra.-nfimnalTB^ri-rt*n The Jtdoac County Draft board announced that U had turned the name- at four togutraat* to the C 8 District Attorney tar proeecuUon. following their failure to return their quetuonasirce which wore tern to them last month All effort* to locate them peratmt hare tailed femur The four taciudta throe white men ana one negro the white met. were Vincent Lantt* Donovan. Pascagoula Georg* Joseph Laugh Route No 1. Ocean Spring* ana Wuliair. Hart le Haii Ocean Spring* The negro u Alien Oeargr Camp bell at Bayou street. Moae Point Relative* or friend* at these per Mts who know at their where abouts are advised to gel in touch with them and have them report to the local board at ooce to avoid prosecution Sirin enforcement will be made in regard to the return at quesPon naire* and notifying the draft board of change* in addreaa. Monday at this week throe ad ditional negroes were ten! from the county to Camp Shelby for induc tion in the army They were Willie Lee Payton, Ocean Spring*. At mand Sylvester Bueno Eaoatawpa, and Gabriel William Walker. Pasca goula The draft board official* have re ceived no notification of any more quota* for the remainder at this month However, it is Indicated in state headquarter* that a large quota will be asked from ail draft board; in the state early next month Qaetas Set Brigadier General Thomas J Grayson State Director Selective Service, announced today that two additional call* involving IM6 se lectee* had been received from Fourth Corps Area Headquartme Under New Requisition Numbe* 14 a total at 7*1 negro selectees will report for induction at Camp Shel by at the rate of 182 each day at August 4 through 7, concluding with 153 on August 8 Additional Requisition Number U cover* fM white selectee* tar induc tion at Camp Shelby at the rate of 104 each day at August U through 18 and August 18 through 21. with 10* reporting on August 22 to make the total of 04 General Ormyaor. advised that these are the first call* tar Induc tion of men front Mississippi in August . — ^1 I*,—In ll.i | -I. FEDERAL JUDFOR Gin SCHOOLS 10 BESOUGHT New High bcbeai BwiMiag. New Negra Seheel Building AMi Uea Te Elementary Scbsol City and School authorities are busily engaged at the present Ume in making every effort to secure Federal aid in connection with school housing probems that face the city as the result of increased enrollment Superintendent A L Monroe of Mass Point Ctty Seboote. stated that applications for a new high school building new negro school building and an addition to the Elementary school are being prepared and will be submitted to the proper authori ties at an aariy date Since the increase in enrollmewt is m a large measure due to defense activity in this area, it was pointed out that Federal aid can be expect ed to cover part of the coot of eoo strucuon According te Gates' inf te non received here the part of program financed by the Federal Govern ment will be handled through the Channels of the Public Works Ad ministration and application for aid will be made through this chan nel Mr Monroe pointed out that plans call for proper facilities to provide for the’ actual and antici pated increase us eoroUmeni » Recreation Center Soldiers Qualify As Senior Life Savers A Maur. aai mi As later - Four member* at tbe permanent cadre at the Paara#aala Army Rec eauuna. Area qualified a* senior life aavers toliamtag tbe oompietige i of a two-week course conducted by tbe Anjericiu Red Cam One member of tbe cadre Qualified as a swimmer and six other* at intermediate swtaamers Senior life aavers certificate* were famed by First U Gordon M Ar M*t area adjutant Sqrt Predenc* T MerriU, Sgt Robert L Preston and Pn Qrahatr, A Webb Pn WUbtus P Onaai qualified as a swimmer uad tbe intermediate aw-Mummg vwu were completed oj Sgt Howard L. Pyle, Oorp Edwin C wuetm Pn John p ones. Pn Floyd A Arnold Pvt Charles H Parks and Pn WUUan Rosenberg Pvt. John J Cooney j* oampietlng rest* toward quslxfytn* as a senior Ufr saver Tbe course was conduct ed by Mias Anns bee Code and Ptubp AAspacr. Red Cross instruct ors Major James E Bretb k oona wstdtig officer at tbe area Parmer Hub# of O* inborn* found the saaar, way to get bk bad ted from tbe pasture to the Oarr. u to let it ctiaae him Tbe trouble k that II be ever loafs a 1st Or on that job be will ice* It DEFENSE HEARING BRINGS OUT MANY FACTS ON NEEDS OF HELP FOR THIS SECTION Meettaff In Pmeactwla Fn4av Shomwl jMhfty Of Sdmik Ra»4>. StrKL*. fcwer IM^hmJ Aai Other rtthtm> Dw to Fipu^ne *C Defrnw laiv^Hn. .. ■ ■ ■■■■—< Method of Selecting New Registrants For Draft Sen ice Given lards fcsrli Mr* Names Aad - Ta Be MhaftVd «1tk Thar Of FW «ia*ar«lv» Aervlis (Isa A very comprehensive mm! inter erting statement was made today by Brtgacter General Thomas J Gray son mate Director of Selective Ser nas, regarding the method at ta el uruoe of the 31-year-ok! men who registered for Selective Servtoe an July 1. Under Regulations Issued by National Headquarter* General Grayson stated that thear new registrants will be integrated for induction in proportion to and »m<f with registrants from October If. IMG who have not been called For example, if there should br lft new registrant* tn a Local Boa re area and 130 okl registrants await ing call the new registrant* would br piaetd and caued in the ratio of IS to ISO or 1 after each 10 of the old group In the process of distributing these new registrant*, u is import ant to know how serial number* Sequence number* and order num ber* will br determined and to ob serve the differences In thear des ignation* On July 9. all Local Board* throughout the country shuffled and mixed the melon -colored cards, representing 21-year-old men of tbe July 1 Registration so that the location of any individual s card with respect to other cards will be purely a matter of chance Each Local Board then proceeded to to place on each melon-colored registration card a serial number with the prefix letter "S’ in the space marked "Serial Number..' The card that is first In the pile after the shuffle will be designat ed "8-1". the next card “8-2". and so an until all melon-colored cards are numbered consecutively This constitutes the procaas at aerial numbering Yesterday the second National lottery was held in Washington A set at aenal numbers from 8-1 to include the largest number used by anj- Boats txx aenal manners to melon-colored meant hr lea T>» aerial Humbert; to the order they are drawn in the lottery will con stitute tbe "Second National Muster List which will be used exclusively by Local Boards in assigning "Sequence Numbers" to their July 1 registrants. The registrant in each local Board area whose aenal num ber appears at tbe top or nearest the top of this Second Master List will be given Sequence Number 1 ana so on until each July 1 regis trant has a sequence number When sequence number* have been assigned to all new registrants, tbe Local Boards will give each of such registrants an Order Number Order numbers will follow ute pro gression at sequence numbers, as u*e terms imply This means that tbe new registrant with Sequence Number 1 in his Local Board area will receive tbe lowest order number assigned bis group and that tbe new registrant wttn toe largest sequence number will receive tbe the highest order number far the highest order number will receive same group. in tbe «ni«p|« above, rim liny with 15 new registrants and 150 old registrants awaiting call, the new registrant with Sequence Number 1 to that Local Board area would re < Continued on page eight ) gouta City Hall last PrMaj July Uth. vh« nun* roue public im provements urgently nwdtd by this section wen describee and analysed la terms of national defame The hearing was conducted by V W Dufte* PWA Project Engineer, who was introduced by Mayor Outtey Mr Duffee was accompanied by rt-presmiaursa of national and sate departments of health edu cation. road and engineering Of ficers of the Army and Nary were also present by invttauon Defense industry, highly we tame though a Is and benefma) to ao many private ciusans and their fanultes. has imposed financial bur dens and crested new civic prob lem* which are almost crushing la magnitude The same story was told over sad over by spokesmen far the county and the cities Streets and roads designed to handle normal traffic are being ground and pounded to places by trucks and unexpected thousands of cars. Water supplies sufficient for forme: needs are now over taxed Schools ample for educa tional requirements of the pre-em ergency population are hopelessly inadequate for the accomodation of new pupils already arrived Hos pital facilities are far short of ris ing remand* Sewerage and dis posal systems are loaded beyond the danger point This is (he situation prior to the opening of seven hundred new homes in the Naval housing Pro ject and in (he midst of a big ex pansion in shipbuilding capacity All the factors ai the present situa tion will increase in sue and in dif ficulty for hamussed public officials The only solution of the problem as a whole obviously and unavoid ably calls for 100 per cent grants of Federal funds for buildings, im provements and personnel There is. in tact, no other alternative that would not bring financial embar rassment to the communities affect ed. Jackson County asked for grants to expand county hospital accom modations, to construct access roads and to improve rural schools Pas cagoula listed the loUowiag needs: Schools sewers and sewer disposal, replacement and improvement at street*, increase of water supply, better recreational facilities. Hoar wa'erworis1' sewerage* a* hospital and school teapror&asum - Considerable discussion was given the relative importance of the needs presented, to establish priority. Sanitation and pubLc health were given prior recognition by general consent, but schools were admitted to be absolutely indispensable as well, while roads, streets and water supplies seemed plainly vital to the welfare of cities populated by de fense workers anu serving defense Industrie*. In the end. there was no disagreement that every need presented was urgent to the com munity requesting Federal aid an the cost Chairman Duffee beard the sev eral claims with apparent interest and sympathy. He explained that he had no authority to approve any actual expenditures, but urged all interested parties to file formal ap plications for allotments without delay Allotments granted, after priority having been determined by PWA. will be drawn from the recent appropriation of *150000,000 to pro vide Federal aid to counties and clues to defray cost* incident to national defense Ui Duffee an nounced. at the conclusion of the meeting, that PWA engineers Jl P. (Continued On Page Eighty ARMY OBSERVATION PLANE CRASHES IN FORT BAYOU KILLING TWO TRAINEES Officials Em ablush Guard Around Wreckage After Bodice Are Reaoted And Inv«**tigat ion* Are Started To Learn Canoe Of Accident Second Lieutenant Janes E Bag gett. Jr, 22 yaws oML of OEM been* City awl Staff Sergeant Emmett Cambre 22 of Jacfcaon. IfUa were killed Wednesday when a 153rd Ob servation Squadron plane crashed into a bayou four miles east of The plaur, which had left BJ logtl Airport at 2 p m Wednesday on a routine observation flight was seen gliding apparently to male a forced leading in the bayou when K .truck a power tee and crashed into the water, state polica report ed. Piloted by Second Lieutenant Baggit. the Douglas observation pisn* evidently tk latnpbtl motor trouble while Hying in the vkUmiy of Fontainebleau Field, according to officials of Bit squadron which has headquarter* at Meridian. Mia* but was operating from Bakws Air port for aerial gunnery practice The pbat was reported doom te BBp and soldiers from the 153rd reached the sees* about 5 30 p m After wading through The body of Cambre will be sent to Jackson for burial He is surviv ed Mr and Mr* P l announced that an investigating board anil Investigate the crash It M believed that the pteur* motor cut out. and the flyer* were attempting a farced landing. The wreckage of the plane waa found by H 8 Richard* who waa working on the REA line in the St Marunt section He had just cut the power to to the line a short time before and when it cut out he went to investigate Finding the wires broken be made a further survey and found the plane, bottom side up with the wings and tail damaged Some of the wire* from the REA line were wrapped around the wreckage The Coast Guard Station Squad was went out with a crash truck and !»'-« army squadron official* arriv ed on thr scene and took charge All persons were kept away from the vicinity of the wreck It la believed that after removal of the motor, and tnafnaurnt* the wrecks* will be burned BCYS KACB NTf ■fobs Hill jwwwftetrt lftom Point merchant has purchased a 1st an Beech Boulevard Pascagoula and bunding a summer bone an the The property purchased by Mr. HA ha* a lOb-foot front an the bench, and S located neat to the Oworge Rigby residence near the entrance of South Pascagoula street to Beach Boulevard.