The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 16
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16 Thursday, May 27, '65 Dclln Dcmorrnt-Timts | Memorial Service Is Held By Lions American "freedom" isn't lone life." lie stressed. worth the life of one man it it only means the freedom lo do whatever the individual feels like, doing, the Rev. Harold Hcr- m.elz said yesterday at a special World War I! Memorial service. The service, sponsored by the Greenville Lions Club, was held at ihc war memorial at the foot of. Washington Avenue. The me- m'orial was built with funds raised by the club alter the war. * + + ''OUR war dead did not die just in order that you might live," Rev. Hermctz said. "They have the right to expect us to use our freedom." But for too many people, First Christian American freedom means the Ihe invocation. Rev. Hermctz noted tire rising crime rate in the nation, tJw apathy of many citizens about Iheir responsibilities and the disproportionate amount of money spent on private pleasure rather than public goocl. * * * "WAS il worth it,?" he asked. "Was it worth the sacrifice they made?" The nation's Memorial Day is this Sunday. The speaker, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church. stressed thai any wcmorml day is intended to give us the opportunity to "remind ourselves ol the cause for which they died." The Rev. Robert Glenn, of Ihe right to do whatever they feel like .doing, he continued. "That freedorh wasn't worth LARGE THEFT HADLEIGH, England (UPI) -- Someone made, off with (he Church, gave Lion Cieorpc Taylor, who originated Ihe ideaj for the club to construct the memorial, traced ils development from the idea En now. I. ion President (Icorgc Mansour was master of ceremonies for the event, which was at- Receives Scholarship ball aflcr , a comic soccer tended by several city and match here Wednesday. rolice;county officials. Marty R. Con* said' Ihe thief rntist have used way played "Tnps" on the a truck -- the ball was eight'trumpet to conclude the pro , feet in diameter. I gram. Billy Broun, fresliman from Hnll.ind.ile all ending Mississippi Delta J u n i o r College, is shown holding (he .scholarship given him for outstanding work in the field of huilding construction technology hy the Mississippi General Contractors Association. The award, one of two given in (he state, was presented in a .special assembly at Mississippi Delta by Mr. [{. I. Melton (left) from Greenville, chairman of tlic education committee. Shown wilh Melton and Brown ij Charles P. Foley, .lr., (right) Vocational Coordinator at the college. Bogalusa Came To Terms This Week "^ .. . t ,_ i._ _ __. By AL KUETTNER United Press International Another Southern city came (o terms this week with the racial revolution. The most optimistic observers feel that racial peace is still a shaky truce in the Louisiana town of Bogalusa, but a start has been made. The windup will depend largely on Ihe attitude of outside racial groups, principally the Equality. held ils South Carolina slaleiMnyor Robert L. conference in early June. It was City Council represei announced prior to the meeting that the NAACP would major racial demonstrations in key cities o! the stale, among them Sparlanburg. Final plans were lo be made at the slate conference. Without waiting for the Congress of Racial Bogalusa Mayor Jesse Cutrer announced t h a t all city ordinances requiring segregation would be repealed and that Negroes would have better job opportunities and better facilities in their neighborhoods. THE Bogalusa decision came after months of growing racial strife. In the long racial transition period, change lias been hard for some cities, easy for others. In conlrasl to Bogalusa, for Stoddard andljust happened, to be o sentatives sat a chain cC drug stores. ..muni* i«-f «·"- | . , with NAACP leadership, n "The lunch Sconce a Uted symbol o d r u g --- - of my ·es will te dcsegregat- radii agitation to most while cd this afternoon," the council- 6 man I old Newman. 'Would you consider (hat an act of good South Carolinians. AS Ihe biracial meeting broke DeQuincy Newman, the up, stale NAACP official, was nsk- imarl answered. failh?" "Yes, indeed I would," New- IT IIIIUUL t Y O L U I J g I W L in*.. J I M I W * -- -NAACP lo act. Spartanburg's ed if be had anything further city government acted first. BOMB FACTORY BUENOS AIRES (UPI) Terrorists bombed I h e Max Factor cosmetic company's Buenos Aires branch Wednes day night, causing some damage but no casualties. The bomb was planted in skle door leading to the basement of the building occupied by the American company. Several windows were broken by the blast. The bombing was the latest of a number of recent terrorist example, Ihcre burg, S. C. Two summers ago, tional Association for Sparlan- attacks on U. S. property. Previous targets included the Buethe the vancement of Colored People nos Aires branch of the Helena Rubenslein cosmetic c o m - pany. to say. Oui of those negotiations grew biracial commit. ,,,. Spartanburg's "Yes we would consider it an tee. The city's public facilities :, of K L faith if a start could have »een desegregates almost i desegregaiionlwilliout incident and the com- :» .r^mnn-a-'mittee is now working on the 'task o! upgrading Negroes in act of good be made t. of a few public accommoda-'mutee lions," Newman said. iber of the City Council |)obs._ **t\w» FOR SUCCESSFUL BAKING USE SNOWFLAKE FLOUR At Your FavoriteRelaHer from package to plate in minutes \L AMAZINGLY GOOD SO MANY WAYS I KEEPIN'G WORD SAN DIEGO, C;dif. (UPI) Michael Leonard Beachley, 20, 1 promised a judge last November lhal he'd r e t u r n In college, and make jrxxl in relurn f o r , being placed nn probation on a InarcntUa charge. Wednesday Heachley was 'elected stuclenl Ixxly prcsiilcnl |at Mesa J u n i o r College, where he has hecn maintaining a B- minus average. ! i TSorden's OLDEN r ANILLA THIS WEEK'S MAY 22, $100 PAY DAY WINNER E U G E N E OSWALT 334 McAllister Register and Recseive Your PAY DAY CARD. Then visit our Store Each Week imd Punch Your PAY DAY CARD. Thai's All You Need To Be Eligible. You Don't Have To Be Present To Win. Dixianna All Meat WIENERS 29 c 12-oz. Pkg. GROUND BEEF 3 Lb. $1 Pkg. | 00 Grade "A" F R Y E R S LUNCHEON MEM BOLOGNA, SPICED LUNCH SALAMI, LIVER LOAF 6-oY'pk g : HUNT'S PEACHES TOMATO JUICE ICE CREAM POPADE DRINKS No. 21 Priile Of Illinois Glacier Club 4 4 l/ 2 ML 46-oz. can 1.00 1.00 HF 1.00 LB. PKG. Breast O Chicken CHUNK TUNA Whipping cream smooth.., There is as much difTweucc in ice cream taste as there is difference in ice cream prices. Burden's Golden Vanilla Ice Cream tastes bettor because Borden's makes it from more costly ingredients--real vanilla flavor, lots of extra cream. No.i Cans Swift Lunch Meat PREM 2 -77 Cans M M GOLDEN NET BREADED SHRIMP 10-oz, Pkgs. 4 PKG. LIMIT 88 JEWEL SHORTENING 3^690 PEANUT BUTTER BIG 28 OZ. Blue Plate JAR BREMER' MOON PIES nox OF vi DOG FOOD Twin Pet H TALL $| f\f\ CANS I . U U /M Kf\ All VegclabJe "y 3Q* U L t U Tn Vi Sticks . . Z. LBS. 3V£ APPLEou GRAPE JELLY Betsy's Best POT PIES Beef, Chicken, Turkey 6 r- T° Minute Maid Frozen ORANGE JUICE 5 6-oz. $«00 Cans 1 NO STICKING DEEPER PENETRATION Tlic Bordcn Company -- Greenville -- Phone .135-3311 29« Short time onfy BONUS: Save even more wilh ih slant quart refill RED POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag U G K Y Alexander At Kmtacty I A.M.-J P.M.- 7 D«yi A Week So. TbtoWd At CU, Optn 8 AuM.-S P.M. Mon.-M. . I A.H.-ll P.M.- Sm. I AJ*. a N*MJ WE RESERVB THE RIGHT TO LOOT QUANTITIES PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY, MAY 27-M

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