The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 11, 1960 · Page 5
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 5

Greenville, Mississippi
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Monday, July 11, 1960
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Red Rioting In Italy On Premier Backfires (Editors's Note -- Eugene Levin of The Associated Press bureau in Rcmo has closely watched the political maneuverlngs of Italy's big Communist party and has covered the riots in Italy sinco they BIGGER LOANS FOR TODAY'S GREATER NEEDS Now you can arrange for a loan up to $ 25OO with up to 36 months to repay HFC's now service will provido you with up to $2500. This new service, is just another example of how HFC people understand the needs of modern families. You'll receive considerate, understanding service at HFC, both when you arrange your loan and whenever you need additional money or time to repay. No wonder more people borrow llirough HFC each year than from any other organization of its kind. It's America's oldest and largest service specializing in instalment cash loans. For fast, courteous service on a loan--large or small-phone or visit HFC today. 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The rioting, Italy'8 worst In 'cars, has brought death to 10 and njuries 'to more than a thousand --botr- demonstrators and police. Jo major Italian city has escaped the disorders during the past two weeks. Communist orators have repeatedly demanded that Tambroni must go or, as one pro-Communist enator put it, Italy will 'be a government of civil war." But the strife seems to have united the warring factions of Tambroni's Christian Democrat party behind him, at least for the resent, and to have made it more difficult for the Fascists to withdraw their support from him. Tambroni's government was a shaky one when it came to power in April. The left wing of .he Christian Democrats openly opposed the government. Tambron: ceded Fascist voles to survive a 'ole of confidence in the Chamber of Deputies. The Communists and Socialists on the left, and Liberals and the Monarchists on the right, all opposed Tambroni. A week ago the Premier lookec as if he was in trouble. In the early stages of the rioting. Com munist demonstrators forced thi government to order the cancella tion of a Fascist national con gress in Genoa. Irate Fascis threatened to wlhdraw their support from the government. The; said it should have given them more protection. But in the past three days violent rioting has created a new Pa\mtnlt afott W/JA^ ify cf 1^ n (** nnf JItWO And ./?,, O/ tfi/« i'rUrrjf cn4 trrrict Iht cailt jvii Iff a/ /i d/i: - - - - - - - OUSEHOLD NANCE 1 1011 t t l S C T I K t l l l O II II! Sill! 01 M I S S I S S I f M 215 Washington Ave.-E0i»on 2-0987 HOURS: 9 to i Vanity thru Frldiy-dosed Saturdays loans made to residents within a 100 mile radiut YOUR FORDS-FOR- FREE CONTEST CHANCE NO. 3 \ GET THE GENUINE UNffiR MM Amtrita'* taiytti Self/Jig TOILET TANK BALL Noiiy running tolloli can wailft ov» 1000 gallant of wattr a day. 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I2ih day of Sepiin-bir. 1940, a f ?iW o'clock A.M., wh'ch I) trw 5em*rn- i»i* Rul» Day, thtn and Ihm h oad. cxuwir, or diwjr lo ihi (irtr and f.nol accocnl cF Pearl 0. lat'or, ·ctcirirlx ol titara ol David E Oviii, dtseoittf. Cauti No. 23^, pendi-g in is'rf ovil, wh«r« ycvl art ror-xd ai c d« crtdani. Oivtni undtr wy tard o"d teal rhii h» 7 dar of Ju'y. HI A. D. BROOK, SEAL] """ /~;ii:.-g e. 1 \3 d cb'«-.' c.-i oivf J-eard ovi ocvs^ ha 1 7. KW, I r,l, c ., txei 'C. I. l»l.'CASrt« City C-«.^ Delta Domoerat-TtmeJ Monday, July 11. '60 S NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Of THE CltY OP G8EENVILIE AND G3EEN- Vllie MUNICIPAL StPAeAIE SCnCOL DISTRICT THAT i'.OlCii VEHICIE AS5E5S/AENT SCHICUIE IS OPEN FO» INSPEaiON. Notice, li Vech:!« Ai rn he.'ebv iKol l bv MISS UNIVERSE -- Linda Bement o! Salt Lake City, Utah* walks down the runway at Miami Beach alter winning the "Miss U. S. A." title. Saturday night she was named Miss Universe. Ltnda, IS and S7-23-36, is five ieet six and weighs 120 pounds. ioni of H«u» Bill Na. 3 !»uicn cf thft Mm'i t'ppl leglilaturfl aid kn^wn 01 "Th* M; r VeVcTi Ad Valourn Tax Ac) of t95S .11 been precoitd and filed wilh th« Qiy Council of G.'ienv^!* end a teav h«r*ol propeilr c*Mi(i»d d«llv*:ed lo rri, all ai p;cvkJed by lawj ihci lakJ ithed- j.'« h^i bttn rtvrttd, o-rrd»d end eqjal .'z*J by ih* City avJ at to it vised li rxjw In rny cffk* riody end ore for Ir.tpicilon by aiy Inierei!»d rr.sro; hkU owner, Norke ii funr-er gTven that a. ,jn Kiltflng wlrhm ih* to-wall cf thff Ciry or wlrh'n bflund:;i« of ih« GreenvJlla Murklpal Stporo'* School D'l ind cblnHr.g to ory ci pcrllo-n of ia.'ci r-plor vtHtf* aneu i^dul* af^tcr.'ng h'm or hir dl '·clly ihalT fil* a wrlilM ofc|ttr:o-i orw clai.T) for adk'i?rr«,il tn dijplkore will lf-» Ciry Ccur-cil cf Greenville. Such cb lecikxi rr.uii" tci'cin h deloil I^B g'ou-id' for iixb ob[»cfion ond elatn fcr adjuit nent end rv.yil conia'n a lull ord plMo ldf.-i!ifkibl» Jfi:ripti«i of lha iub I-M n-.atof veKkla Norira Ii furl her given trxil r^ch ob 1ecr:en and c'aim rw-i( bi fil»d not lalt :·» Aucitl 2, 190. BE IT FURTH£8 RESOIVEO tfw I Ihi Council iholl eorjir.u* ii ttitlsn Iron day 19 day ec.Tjrtnclrg en ihli Ju!y 5, I960, u-.Nl »oid ·^ua!-r3iion It cftrnp'tl- «d; c.-d rhaf at Ihe i-ni M*ti:no ol th"» CcvKXll l-i AuouM, i960; lo-*ih on Aug- tnl ?, I960, iWi CtK-r-c'l iho'l proceed to coMv^er a-%d ccl upon all ob|e:t:c-.x artd p nil I Mil wKkh rx:y bi filtd evr- luanf 13 the cbove nclk* 1o faipcyen and iSall ccnrir-,e r n inilci Iroai day NOTHING COMPARES WITH THE Here you get something extra lor your money. Basically, you want your savings in a sate place where they're handy for your important purposes. But at the same time, you should receive high earnings like those we pay twice yearly. 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The audience see only herhands and lower part o the body. The hands claw at th ed clothes. If the victim had ac ed like any normal person being suffocated, those hands would rave been busy pushing off the murderer. And his face might have well borne scratches on As Sherlock Holmes would say, "Elementary, my dear Watson." But then there would have been no contrived story to occupy one! hour of the time CBS regularly] allots to Garry Moore. (10 p.m. : Eastern Daylight 1\me Tuesday).! Instead of a sleuth with a pistol,' "Diagnosis: Unknown" features a central character who is a pathologist named Dr. Coffee. His hep talk and bearrl peg him as a gradate beatnik. Naturally, he has a ab technicin who is very pretty^ and just as jivey. In fact, there no end to jiveyness in this' bunch, considering that the other two lab regulars are a teenage est tube washer and a man from' ndia (who is hep with Far East lavor). The law is represented by police lieutenant who also digs. far out talk. 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