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   Hattiesburg American (Newspaper) - May 12, 1842, Hattiesburg, Mississippi                                 fi  HATTIESBURG (MIS8.| AMERICAN  Tuesday. May 12,1942  m^ and heard  //ere And There  about the city  7-r  Min OsUie and CIm Hale of XJUmbertoQ an visiting here today.  Misa Winni« Hood of EajiUbucble ahopplnK here Monday.  W. Hartter, 1003 Went Pine •trwt. Is U1 at the MethodUt ho«-pltiüL  Milts Helen Moore. Xavier »trrft, baa returned after visiting on the OuU Coa<t.  Ueut. and Mrit. Fred Merrell, Banty street, were week-end guests of relatives In Pascagoula.  first 400 unlta haa been awarded to the Orppii Lumber eocnpany of l^urfl. Mis*. The Oreen company ha.'i Rlarl^d delivery on the first 100 houses, which are to be completed and rrady for occupancy by June 15.  The 100 houses are to be located on property already owned by the frdcral government as part of tha site of 'he present Maritime Com-mis.slon, housing project. Land is beinfc arfjiilred to provide space for th»- location of the balance of the 400 honsrx included In the Oreen Lunibrr rompany contract, delivery and rrcf-tton of which will start im-  mpdiatrly.  Hir liwispi are of neat, plain de-  Two Hattiesbiirg Boys Among 14 Navy Recruits  and the ambulance sped awav. Upon arrival and examination at the hospital, the boy was dl.scovered to have also suffered a fractured skull, pre.sumablv when he was sign, substantially con.strurted, with  placed In the ambulance! P. 8. This did not take place In Hattlesburg.  D. O. Segrest, 222 Second avenue, who Is agricultural agent for the Illinois Central Railroad, \s iinder- of double or twin houses. One of going trealment at the I. C. hos- thrsp twin house type will have two pital In New Orleans. 11 wo-bedr<V>rn units and the other  I will have one one and one three-ijedroom units. Each building will  double ft')or.s, Insulated walls and ceilings, and fir plywood Interior finish, Th»re will be five different types of houses: one, two and three bedroom .^Inglr tinits; and two types  New patients at the Methodl.st hospital f.o<lay are: Herman Trus-.srll, 203 West Fourth street; Edward W Marker, 1003 West Pine  W. W Mllner. 309 Bay street, left ■^"•eet: Mrs. Angus V^ter Graham, today for Honolulu to engage m i Seminary, Mrs. Wiley M. Ix)wry,  . . ' (no ».1 ■■  government construction work.  Mr. and Mrs Sam Clegg of Petal were week-end guests of Mr Clegg's parents In Mathlston.  Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wllkln.son. Wlllam.s street, vl.slted Mri« Wilkinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Koen, Glo.ster, on Sunday.  .Seminary; I.iither Barne.s, Wiggins; Baby Ted Clewu Touchstone, West .Seventh street.  be equipped with water, gas, plumb-nig and elertrlcity.  --—o---  The W. C. T. U. will not meet  Wednesday of thl.s week a.s the  president and vice nrrsldent are out of town,  Dr. and Mrs O. W. Ooyer and Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Ooyer are in Nashville, Tenn, attending the Southeastern Congress of Optometry. The meeting convened Monday and will adjourn Wednesday. This Congress covers all optom  Circuit Court  Klght persons named In Indlct-mentJi returned Monday by the Forrest roiinty grand ,)ury will be arraigned In clrrint, rourt Wednesday  ftrl.^t^ south of the Ohio river and rnornlng by .JvidKO F. Biirkltt, Collins  A. F. Dossett, Colman Hodges and J. P. Kelly have returned to Hat-tlesburg after a visit to New Orleans Monday,  Miss PhyllLs Virk. Forrest sirp»>i, is visiting her mother ¡n (iuif-port. Mi.s.s Vlrk will return Wednesday,  east of the Mississippi river.  Private First Cla.is Arthur r.or-den. member of the 4.1rd Division, Camp Shelby, wa,s winner of a /rr«-telephone rail to Ills hotne In f'rovi-detifT, n. I , as a result of a Molh-f'l'.s Day <Diiliv«,!, s|j<)ii.sored by the i!, B. () at Hnrdy and Pltie .streets. Cfinlcsluiit'i ueri- a.sked to guess tlic  of I,aurei. At thr same lime, Judge CollliìS wlll recfKe niotinii!-.  T7if elght, ppoplc named In the In-(IlftfnrntM are li'tcrl as  I>puty Hhrrlff W FI Clark, rharg. Cd wlth l)fl(i« (Ituiik In office; Barine H. Rii.shton, (iiaiKed with soilomy; Robert .lotifs Jr, charged  Two HatUeaburg youths are among the 14 who recently enlUted in the United 8Ut« Navy. aoDord-ing to Chief Signalman Clinton D. Ballot, recruiter, in charge of the Hattiesburg station.  The two Hattiesburg boys are William Raymond Oresham, 411 Ronie street; and Paul Burns - Shepherd, 40« Ronie street. Others who enlUted recently are: Ryan Wilson Windham, Malcolm McRea, Ross Walters, and David M. Jackson, all of Laurel; Ralph Kexon Polk and Jack Vincent Crout. Columbia; Jack Luther Broome, Sum-rail; Johnnie Mack Bailey, FSIisvllle: Archie Roe Rutland. Mt. Olive; Fel-ton Byrd, RIchton; William D. Lan-  dnun, Ovett; and Harold F. Bolton,  Beaumont.  0lgnaiman Elliot announced that aiipUcatlons for enlistmenU in the navy and naval reserve are being taken dally In the Forrest County courthouse and in the Laurel post office building on Wednesdays. Applicants who enlist between now and Thursday night will be transferred to the Great Lakes Training sUtion. Chicago 111., for eight weeks' recruit training before assignment to ships and aircraft of the fleet, he said.  Signalman Elliot asks local men to visit the recruiting station to learn how they can become naval officers and also how they can learn a trade while serving the country.  chaplain of Alcorn A. êc M. college Akoni. Uias  Tuesday night. May 19. school and community mualc and art featival in the school audltoriuoi. This event will feature the Eureka band. Glee club and Ulent of the colored community and from Camp Shelby.  Thuraday night, May 21. gradu-atmg exercises in the sdiooi «udl-torium. Main Ipeaker will be W. H. Bell, president of Akom A. fc M college.  The public la Invited to attend each event.  ROTÂ^ CLUB  Hears Reports on Conference  DR. McCAU CONDUCTING M. S. C. SERVICES  by Mrs. Helen Louise Valsongracono, 707 Adeline street, and an automobile driven by a Mrs. Warren, 414 Mamie street.  Patrolmen Doyle Harvlson and J. O. Moudy, officers who Investigated the accident, said that only slight damage resulted from the collision.  FUNERAL FOR ROBERT BRELAND  Funeral services for Robert Bre-land, 4.1. a resident of Mos.s Point, who died Simday while vi.siting In Merrill, were held at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday at Basin.  Rev, Olen Hull, .senator from Newton county, and Rev. W. A. Perry, conducted the services. Interment followed at the Basin cemetery.  Mr Brrland. who was employed at the Pft-srasoula shipyards, wa-s stricken ill .Sunday morning. Ac-  Fenwick Chapix>l¡, .stiidmt at Mississippi college, Clinton, .spent ses-eral days rerentiv visltiiig his parents, Mr. snd Mrs, W. Chappell, 116 Mxth street.  with blKarnv; Marrikl .iidtt, charged  iPunbrr of h .ans in a Jar, and Pri- "".nlu ' ill''J"??' com^panled" by his'wlfe'he d"rove to  vat., riordrn mme the rlosest to the , ^H ie Fai-,on. rliargrd w lh burglary, -- -...... • • • - —  nrt.iai numb.T, guev.inK within I' Williani.s. rharK»;d with grand  larí•en^ ; Alphotiic McfMillum, charg-erl with ktiikI larreny; and Ernest Chfipman, chnrged with burglary.  Thf Krand jury, in It.s flnnl report, snid it harl been in .session nine 185 witnesses  Miss I,o:ii.se Oregg, a serretary prnplovfd by the War department in WHshingt.on. D. C , for the past three years, was rerently transfer- ' days dunnii whlrh red to Camp Hhelby and arrlved in ' were examinr<l, and 42 Indictments flattlesburg thls mornlng. M I » s | rrturncd In f)pfn court, Tommy Howell, who has been «l ' ^''"''((k. » m^'ive of West Polnt, Miss , | 'Hie rfport also rieclared:  for several days, has been moved from the South Missi.ssippi Infirmary to the home of his parenu, Mr and Mrs. L. M. Howell, Hattiesburg,  will make her home on 112 Short | "We are happy to report that we Bay street a.s the roommaf,e of a | found f omplete harmony between former rolleRp rla.ssmate, Miss Mary I the mUitarv and civil authorities, Thornton Llndsey. and a desire to cooperate each with  the other. The matter of law en-forrcinrnt Is the people's baslness.  All Red Cro.ss flr.st sld which ordinarily meet Tuesday mghU will be csncelled lonlnlit l>e-cause of the blackout, the local chapter said today.  Ninety Camp Shelby soldiers were cla.sses P'»'-'"'' Hattiesburg homes for | and fvrry rlllzen who clalm.s the Mothrr's Day dinner Sunday by the ] 'if law enforcement and or-  Court Street Methodist church, it , j., ,„„1,.^ obligation to do hl.s revealed today by Mrs. R, K, i pnrt In the matter of ob-  Patty Ann Smith, flfth grade •tudent at Camp school, is 111 ttf mumpc at the home of her parente, Mr. and Mrs, Louie o'. Smith, i-hurch 833 Hardy strert.  Rollings, This number brings to .VKl the number of .soldler.s entertained In Hattleshurg on Mother's Day, Mr.s, R/)lllngs said tliat letters  wrre sent to the mothers of each ,, , ti,« «...vr,—  of the soldiers enterUlned by the ' !  laiiiln,'; It Law enforcement cannot be fully pfTective if citizens knowing of its violations either through fear or iHvor refu.se or decline to disclose  MclAln and died in a dfjctor's office before thp doctor could reach him.  Mr. Brrland is survived by his wife, two sons, Fritz and Kenneth: and a daughter, Ml.ss Bobble Bre-land, all of IHoss Point.  Pall bearers were George Knight, Harvey Parker. James Adams, Glost-er Davis. Ayre Criswell and Carlton Byrd  The WriRht Ftineral home was in charge of arrangements,  ARMY WIVES' BRIDGE CLUB  Sugar Notice  People have been going to the county rationing office and attempting to get sugar for canning. J, Wattii Kornrumpf, county rationing chalman, said today. No certificates for such purchases arc yet being Issued. The ptiblic will be notified through the newspaper when the time comes, he stated.  Those who failed to register at the proper time must wtdt until the new forms arrive before registering. The sugar rationing law .states that no late regisnations may be made prior to May 21.  Per.sons having duplicate ration books, when moro than one member of the family registered for all, should take them to the rationing office In the basement of the court-hou.se.  EUREKA SCHOOL GRADUATION EVENTS  Outhne of commencement activl-tlwi lor Eureka colored school are;  Friday night. May 15, high school operetta entitled, "Chonlta."  Sunday, May 17, 3 p m., baccalaureate service In the school auditorium. Addre.ss by Lucretla Wright,  Dr. D. A. "Scotchie" McOall, re-iigioufl emphasis week speaker at Misslssiiipi Southern college, will discuss the events in Christ's life which occurred on Tuesday of Passion week in his talk at 7 o'clock tonight In the college auditorium.  In his series of evening sermons. Dr. McCall Is making a day-by-day study of the last week before the crucifixion.  Various problems of everyday life are being taken by Dr. McCall for his topics in services each morning at 10 o'clock.  The religious emphasis week series will continue through Friday morning. It Is spon.sored by the Student Christian Federation.  The public is invited to attend all services.  SHOCK SENDS BOY TO HOSPITAL AND DISRUPTS POWER  WEST MEMPHIS. Ark., May 12.  —Five-year-old Heiuy Ooe c^mbcd the framework of a power substation last night and received a 13,0(i0-voIt shock that put him in a hospital and disrupted electricity ir. West Memphis and Pine Bluff, Ark.  The child's father. A. B. Goe, operator of the .sub-station, said electricity leaped from the 13,000-volt wire through the boy's body to a switch, burning it out.  Reports on the recent district  conference in Jackson were made today at the regular luncheon meeting of the Hattiesburg Rotary dub.  M. A. Mayo, club preaident-elect, was in charge of the program and made the principal report. He called on the following for reports: Chester Ward, Dr. W. H. Mcintosh, Jim Montgomery, "Frank Coston. Hugh McWilllams and J. Maury Gandy.  Two new members of the club were Introduced. They are E. E. Cole of the Southern States Iron Roofing company; and C. D. Curtis of the V. S. O. sUff.  Guests were Mike Schroetter of Colllnsville, Illinois and James Gjegg of Jackson, Miss.  COUNTY COURT  The civil docket In county court was set this morning by Judge William Haralson. It waa announced that civil cases will be tried beginning on Tuesday, May 26.  -^—o-  RECOVER TIRE AND WHEEL  A negro Is being held by city police In connection with the alleged theft of a tire and wheel from the car of Private Willie Hlgglns, 609 Bay  street.  It was reported that the tire and wheel were taken from Hlgglns' car while it was parked In front of his home sometime during Monday night. The tire and wheel were recovered this ny)ming while the negro who Is being held waa trying to sell It, Police Chief M. M. Little said.  Lijce a Diamond  WOULD YOU trust yourself to eatlmate the value of a diamond without the advice of an expert. Diamonds may look allk« but they differ greatly In value. ... So do insurance policies! Ask this agency why » tested Automobile policy is worth more.  COLLINS & KING  "INSURANCE-  EsUblisbed IMI  rirt Liability Bonda Ant« Burglary Fana flealtb * Aecident  Telephona 4) Carter BMg.  STERLING SILVER  IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS TAG CHAINS  1  UUs Juanlta Bounds has re-aumed her studies at M S.C W., Columbus after spending the week-etui with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H H. Bounds, 113 Short Bay street.  o ---------  Asa Boant, Jr, fourth grade student at Walthall scliool, is ill of mumps at the home of his par-enU, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bryant, 701 Walnut street.  police court  thorltles, and neither has any cltl-zeM who has such first-hand Information any right to crKlcize ofTtcer.s tor Xalhiie to enforce thf* law so ion(f as hf or .«he v.ill not comc forth with the Information that he |to«sesses ot vldlatlouK of the law. •ind surh !i citizen Is In flrfaiilt and In no position to condemn or criticize,  "Fiom our Investigations, we aio Klad t,<) report that conditions In  Charged with operatliig automo- ^ our county have greatly improved, isile.s while uiu'ter the influence nf 'jthnt rilnit- is on the decline; hOw-InUjxlcatinK liquor, J. C. Bills and I over, we wish to call upon the sher-llttle ; Wal^r Stnncel were fined $lOO_e«ch | iff, his deputies, and the constables  s  Mra. Garwood Brlggs and •on. John, leU this morning on the | by .Judge James Simrall, Jr,, Mon-1 f,f the various districts as well  Southerner for their home in At-iMlt* after visiting Mrs. Brlggs' parenta, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lee Pray-tor of Petal.  Sergeant Charles Oautreaux, of Fort Morunouth, N. J. Is home on fortough and U visiting his parenta. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Oautreaux, who recently moved Into a new bom« at 304 Claiborne avenue.  Patients dismissed from the Methodist hospital were: Mrs. Bll-lie Graham, Sumrall; Mrs. Roger M. Higginbotham, Petal; Miss Orae* McCool, Collins.  Mrs. C. H. Sykes and Joan Sykes. Waaisaippi Southern college, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and son, Jimmy, of Route 4, Hattiesburg. have returned home after spending the week-end In Puckett visit-ioi; Mrt. C. G. Broone.  Hntm oweii« of Torrlngton. Conn., Is Visiting his parents. Mr. •nd Mrs. J. L. Owens, 616 Katie avenue. He was called to the bed-aide of his mother who underwent an operation at the South Ml.«ls-sippl mnrmary this morning.  day. The court suspended $36 of | «)] other peace officers to forcefullv, Stancels fine. , without fear or favor, rtischarge the  --! duties of their office, exercising ev-  Mabel Rabon, charged with whls- ¡ farnnv of the law and especially  key possession, was fined $100.  Walter Walts, charged with drunkenness and carrying concealed weapons, wa.s fined $7..V) and $25, respectively, rhe "concealed weapons' were "knurk.s" and an Ice pick, with the standard 6 Inch blade.  the law of search and seizure In the i nforrement of the prohibition slat- ! Rankin, Democrat of Mississippi.  The Army Wives Bridge club will meet from 10 a. m. to noon Wednesday at the American Ijegion building on Green street. Mrs. Van C. Temple, with the as.sistance of Wil-ma Williams, WPA recreation lead-er, will Instruct beginners.  . -------o------------I  SHARE REFUNDS |  JACKSON—Counties must share j refunds made by the state under the homestead exemption statute for ad valorem road taxes on city property, with the cities themselves, the state supreme court held. With a $15,761 reimbursement Involved, the ruling was given In the Coahoena county-Clarksdale ca.se.  ----—-o--  COLE TRAILS BURCH JACKSON—Wlnnle Cole of Vlcks-burg shot a one-uhder-par 373 over the 73-holc Mississippi open golf tournev course, to take second place. He trailed Joe Burch of Mobile, Ala., who clipped six strokes off par in clipping the field  .......- o-----  FLAGS  WASHINGTON — Representative  PICKWICK • CAFE •  West Pine St.  Western Steaks and Chops  Home Made Plea  CLUB  IBREAKFAST  lEGULAR  »INNER  25e( 40ci  WIIATTA FEAST!  FRIED CHICKEN 2 VegeUbles Drink and Ice Cream  35c  Wednesday At The OWL  FRESH STRAWBERRY  ICE CREAM  Pints 20c — Qts. 35c  OWL DRUG STORE  Comer Main A Front  "Where Friends Meet to Eat"  509 Main  Phone 207  THE BRIDGE THAT CARRIES YOU ACROSS  That is just what we have been in thousands of household financial emergencies.  A PERSONAL LOAN WILL DO THE JOB  —SEE—  WHITE SYSTEM  OF HATTIESBLTIG. INC.  Robert Owens, charged with drunkenness and profanity, was fined $7 50 on each charge.  Charged with drunkenness, the following per.sons were fined $7,50: J, P. Harrell, Oreen Wooten, J, C, i Bills, .Jordan Jones. Katherine Rüffln. Samuel McCorkle, Clarence ; Haker. Willie Oreen, L. L. Keller, | Ed Johnson, Harri.son Smith, William 'i'ouug, Sidney King.  Utes,  ■ Plnsllv we commend fo all of mir people St Vict observances aiul enforcement of our law.s In order tliat this mav retnnln a government of laws, and now having completed our labors »nd thanks to all who (ilded u.V. wf- beg to be finally dls-/harged  •J B HOLLOWAV, Foreman; "J. V McRANEY. Clerk."  ----1)---  Introduced a bill providing for Issuance of a flag to the nearest relatives of persons who die In th( armed services of the United State.s  TRAFFIC REPORTS  Charged with lark of drivers' license. F Doiiegan, and Mrs, Beatrice Moneada were fined 15 each.  Charged with as,5a\ilt and battery,  H. P. Smith has returned to Mis-, alasippl State after Mtending »he I"'""- ^"'larii«! With trespassing, were funeral of hU grandmother, Mrs Ì J. J. Lee. in MdAurin. Carroll Richard Lee has ako returned to Fort Bernung. Ga., wlii-re he is sta- f, tloned, after attendijig his grand-mtber's funeral.  A ear driven by Clifford E. Shank. Ir , was reported to have been in col--Iwuoj» Monday evening at Main and Fifth streets with a government vehicle operated by Corporal Weldon I'olbe/t, Camp Shelby. Major James K. Ca.steel. Camp Shelby provost „ . _ ^ -, . , , marshal, waa a passenger in tlie  Nora Ruth Botden »»d Mrs. a L. ^ ^^ the time of the  WllIlam.son were fined $i each. | „ccident, it wa.s reported.  Only damage was to the rear fender of the government car and the grill of the automobile driven by Shank, police .said.  Sidney Dlckerson and Susie Hud-  Ton\ Moore, charged with dixre-ardiiif a red traffic light, was med yj Ml.  Police reported a collision Monday i-.ening on Kardy street near Cor-nne street between a car operated  O. J. Hauen.stein and W p .........  of the First National Bank are attending the M1.sai.s.sii)[ii Bankers converilion in Bilo^i. j w Man-gum and A, B, Oxjk from tlie Cm-aena bank are. attendiny Uie ine^i-Ing today. O, M. McWjlhams also of the CiUaens bank attended Mon-da}''5 session on the convention.  ChHtK«"') with gambling with ^ I card.s. .Icssie Robinson, Rocvsevelt i '„ , Warfield Ostoii Pickens and John '; Lee were fined $2 each.  VV 1, Spears, charged with vag-nuK y. wtt.s given 15 days.  ROYAL CAFE  11« MARKET ST.  BOWLING'S  W. Pina Si. — Aoraaa The Bridge  BREAKFAST  1 Egg, Z Strips Bacon, Oriti, Toast and Coffee  20c  We aell Maxwell Houaa Coffee, Beat In Town!  NOTICE!  The GOVERNMENT places new curbs on credit buying, regulating length of time to  pay.  Charge Accounts Must Be Met Promptly!  \  Mr*. T. J Spinks of Vickaourg will leave Wednesday after visiting her mother, Mrs. J. L. Pringle, 40* WllUaoj» istreet Mr*. Spinks UJd abe lost a mooiwtone set from • lorket. somewhere on West Front Street between Main street and the Metiers' Service Center, and would ^nveciate the finders returning it to bcr mottm.  The ieliool«f instruction for non-iWlMntelteaxd officers Ir Company U, UMtnOppl Sute Guard, which actwtfuled for tjonlght, has been due to the blackout, Of-ur^ a  Cl'.ai^pd with minor tratfu- violations. (he (olUwiti'g ;)ersons were fined %\ e.uh; Mrs. A. O. Shipley, Jack Iloi.drrson. A I,. Cagle, F. C. Hackctt. Mr.s. Joidap. Kelluig, Consolidated PhkIucc Co,.C. K. B\i1-locks Hugh Odt-M. C. M, Linsle, Mrs N I.. Matthews. Kramer Beverage C<) . Mrs M 1.. Fuller, W. E. Thompson, and R. B. SmltlJ.  UNDRY I MATTHES  ARCHITECTS FOR BIG HOUSING PROJECT  The family will enjoy dining at the ROYAL  IS THIS A BAG OR A SUIT?  Well, we know what' r«"ls wrong — Just send' ' ''It to us for expert cleaning and pressing We'll return It looking like a new suit. You'll like our convenlerit aervice.  hedrick  T A/WRING C0.\ CLEANERS «nd PRESSESfl  Charge accounts must be paid by the 10th day of the second month following purchase, but no down payment is required  For Instance-  BrIAKFAST 25c  REOVLAR  dinner 35c  • STEAKS • SEA FOODS  Landry and Matthes of Hattiesburg have been appointed architect-^ full attendance at ' by tli* Federal Public HqjS.sing Au  tlM regolar meeting of the ,^om-paiqr oo TtMirsday night wheil fur-ttuer iirepftratuma wiU be made for Uómnì tni^iectkm on May 23.;  A lot of.queer Uiìi^b bappen to ilwt jiid clMM». »nd the foUowing tìtwiiyto U-ptotA: A gmip of wom-mMA % li'ymxrCÌA boy who vol-fmWWWl to «M M Irtetìm" for thdr tu pvmaa • tntóton fpUat Ligi 1«, tbi IH wai pulled out njo^ auts-UW  thority for the new lour and a half million dollar defense hoi.sing project at Pascagoula, Mi.vs. This project co>er» erection of 1 HO prefabricated houses. The contract for the  MRS. HATHORN S  MILITARY STORE  lia HarkrI Ht. I Art»— tnmt MUmrr HMcl»  • « PHOTOS l«e  • Ratek mnw • K«4Ba VIIMS  Vcvrlapra • W* rja»r|. Amt lUmtmhmt  • UiTflir rMiirr rrmnra o  KILL FLIES  mu  /I  ANNETTE STEMBQE FLOiVERS  m K. rvwrt Mf««« OmmImmm* «a rnmH An., fM. na. NigM! ua WK wiu^MHrnw  PERSONAL  LOANS  l^or TAXES INSURANCE or to  CONSOLIDATE pEBTS  Articles bought any day up to the end of this month must be paid for by |uly 10th. That date is also the deadline for articles bought before May 1st.  From time to time, the Merchants Credit Association will publish more facts concerning the restrictions placed on credit buying! Watch for them!  hattiesburg .  BROKERACECO.  Waat rtiM  niMM It  RC  TS  ASSOCIATION  303 Carter Bldg.  PliMie 2116   

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