Fund To Rebuild Churches Has Passed $100,000 Mark JACKSON (UP1) -- The InterfMiti Committee of Concern announced Wednesday donations to help rebuild burned Negro churches in Mississippi had mushroomed above the $100,000 mark. Dr. William P. Davis, chairman of the committee, said total donations to date was S1M,029. He added this was in addition to an estimated $50,000 in donated labor, equipment and materials. The Committee of Concern is a biracial group of Mississippi religious leaders, both clergymen and laymen, organized to assist in the rebuilding of 41 Negro church buildings burned in the stale during 19(M's racial unrest. Davis said the committee had allocated $87,000 to assist in the rebuilding of 27 of the churches. He said 13 were completed wilh 10 dedicated. He said construction wilt begin within a few days on 14 other churches and that $50,000 was needed to complete the rebuilding program. Hew SANDALS s Dredging Operation V. S. Engineers Dredge, Jadwin, of the Vicksburg District, now engaged in dredging operations at Terrene Landing, north of: Rosedale, last week-end after moving from Island 82 in the Greenville area. Capt. James B. Schaeffer (left) Is master of the Jadwin and is shown in the pilot house of the Jadwin talking wilh Tom Irby (right), chief of the navigation branch, Vicksburg District. The dredge left Vicksburg several days ago for work along the Mississippi. VFW Officers New officers of Pally Rice Vost 4500, Veterans ot Foreign Wars in Cleveland wore installed at Ilic annu.-il installation dinner at the Post Home. They arc, from left, Pete Collins, commander; Sam Byril, three-year trustee; W. S. Young, senior vice-commander; Johnny Rogers, one-vear trustee; Turn Kemp, junior vice-commander; Woodrow Bouo, surgeon; and Joe McCain, quartermaster. Not pictured are Bill Alexander, adjutant; Joe Correro, chaplain; and Mario Barbali, two-year trustee. 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