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I I I II During its lifetime an elephant wears down six successful teeth on each side of its jaw, grinding down a total thickness of nearly a yard of tooth material. Strictly speaking, the word Frofit means the result of a businesa oper- ation, whether favorable or unfa- vorable. In the century after their discov- dry in 1778, the Hawaiian islands' population decreased from 300,000 to about 57,000. ---CORNER-- Here are authoritative answers from the Veterans Administration to four questions of interest to former servicemen and their dependents: Q. I am at present receiving com- pensation for partail loss of my eye- sight. Will m~-compensation be re- duced if I go to school under the GI Bill? A. The fact that you are attendln| school under the G! Bill will have no effect on the amount of compen- sation you receive. Q. Does the fact that a person is receiving insurance as the benefi- ciary of a National Service Life In- surance policy entitle him or her to compensation? A. No. Insurance hint uo direct relation to eeml~nsatton. Death corn-i pensatlon is payahre to a widow, mi- nor children and dependeat parente of a veteran who died of a service-- connect~l~ disability. Q. My 10-year-old granddaughter is the daughter of a World War I veteran whose widowed mother re- married. Is the child entitled to a pension? A. She my be entitled to a pen- sion if the requirements of the laws are met. Application should be made at the nearest VA office. Q. As the widow of a World War I veteran, I received a pension un- til five years ago when I married a non-veteran. Now I am divorced. Am I eligible for my old pension? A. The I~vt specifically provides that compensation or pension shall cease upon the remarriage of a wi- dow of a World War I or World V~:er I! Teteran. (Veterans wishing further infor- mation regarding veterans' benefits may have their questions answered by contacting their nearest VA of- fice.) FLOWER ARRANGEMENT SHORT COURSE MAY 8-13 J. Gregory Conday, a noted au-! thority in the field of flo~ver ar- rangement, wil hold a Flower Ar- rangement and Interior short course at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Auditorium, Tifton, Georgia, May 8-13, according' to Miss Mary F. Lane, Home Demonstration A- gent. This course will cover Horticul- ture and Flower Show Practices, advanced work in color and arrange- ment, and the techniques of Point Scoring Horticultural Specimen Classes and ~ower Arrangement Classes. There will be a Series of Lecture-Demonstratione for those unable to attend the five-day short course on ~May 9-10. The first lec- ture demonstration will be at 10:30 A: M. Tuesday, May 9; second lec- ture at 2:00 P. M. Tuesday; third lecture at 1:30 A. M. Wednesday, May 10th. This meeting is being sponsored by the Garden Chubs of Tifton, and the Home 'Demonstration Depart- ment of the Georgia Agricultural Extension Service. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. J. A. Etamps, Southern Baptists Launched "Crusade' ATLANTA--~On Easter Sunday, April 9, Southern Baptists launched: i"the greatest evangelistic crusade in the history of Christianity." More than 8,000 churches west of the !"Mississippi River are expected to be- gin a simultaneous revival which will continue through April 23. N~xt year March 25 through April 8, the more than 18,000 chnrches of the Sou- thern Baptist Convention east of the River will join in a similar cam- paign. It ie hoped by the more than , six and a half million Southern Bap- tists that these two crusades will be the beginning og the spiritual awa- kening which m, orld leaders in maxy branches of life claim must come if - the world is to be saved from disas- ter. Dr. C. F~ Matthews, secretary of " evangelism for the Home Missibn ~Board of the Southern B~ptist Con- vention, Will direct the campaign. Dr. Matthews is one of the outstand- ing pastors and evangelists of the Southern Baptist Convention. For twenty~four years be was pastor of the Travis Avenue Baptist Church, Ft. Worth, Texas, which during that time increased in membership from 300 to 4,000. Fore more tha~ two years Dr. Matthews has been organ- [zing and making preparations for the two campaigns. Local churches have been making preparations. Most of them have made a religious census of their community, have studied books with soul winning emphasis, and have set aside all other activities in order to give first place to the crusade. Or- ganizations of the church such as the Sunday school, Training Union, Woman's Missionary Union and Men's Brotherhood, are to sponsor special activities in connection with the revival. The crusade will be climaxed on the last day by a special broadcas~ over the Baptist Hour, a regular Sunday afternoon program broad- cast in every state in the Southern Baptist Convention territory and in Alaska. Churches east as well as west of the Mississippi will assem- ble in their sanctuaries at 2:30 p.m. iECT. A/tar the evangelistic mes- sage by Dr. Duke K. McCall, execu- tive secretary of the executive com- mittee of the Southern Baptist Con- vention, pastors in the local chur- ches Will give the invitation for those present to join the church ei- ther by profession of faith in Chrig~ i or by letter. Many congregations Will remain at the church following the morning serx, ice and have a bas- ket dinner at noon. It is hoped that appr~imately 27,000 churches will in the radio-led program Prayer meetings in the homes and the churches are precedin~ the revival in most communities. Many plan 'round-the-clock prayer meet- rags on Saturday before the open- ing the crusade. 'Churches of the Southern Baptist Convention are being joined in this crusade by churches of the two Ne- gro Baptist conventions and also the Spanish Baptists in the West. Evangelists and pastors in the East are serving in the western cru- sade as g~est evangelists. Next year ~he western ministers will preach in the eastern churches. FOR SALE Office supplies, stationery items. Clinch County maps, portable type- writers, Esterbrook fountain pens renew points, 3-color boll point pens, .o,, .o, p.oo,, o.o, o,,.. items, at NEWS OFFICE. Ill 1 I LIKE , BERLOU f Give "Rocket" power Just one Make a date with a "Rocket 8"1 . ,!::iiii quarter-hour! Try Oldsmohile's Your Oldsmobile dealer will gladly "Rocket" Engine "88" on a arrange a special "88" demonstration for demonstration sometime this week~you. One "R,~ket" ride will prove and you'll come home with a brandthat the 88 is all wc claim, and more. new idea of motor car per- And when you discover that formance! In the first two minutes, new, Iowerprice tag on all the Futuramte you U see how quiet and quick themodels, you'll decide to ' "Rocket" is. 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