The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 24
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Patricia Dunaway 24 Thursday, May 27, '65 Delta Democrat-Times Patricia Dunaway, (left) daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A Dunaway of Hollamtale, has been selected valedictorian of (he 1981-63 Senior Class of Hollandale High School. A classmate, Jimmy Ramsey (riglit), son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ramsey, has been selected salutatorian. r 1 i Clerics Tote Signs In 'Direct Action' I * Grow this miniature -Florida orange tree in your home! \ A-genuine, miniature, fruit-bearing 1 ornamental citrus tree -ft starts approx. 7 foot. t SEND $1.00 WITH TWO .Ji CIRCUS LABELS TO BLUEBIRD, | DEFT C., P. O. BOX 2787 | ORLANDO (ORANGE COUNTY) FLORIDA ' - TRUE FRUIT VITAMIN C ENRICHED! Just think! Only penniDi a glass far thai nulriliaus full homed FRUIT DRINK for that quick energy boost Jimmy Itnmscy Georgia Expects Desegregation Nod ATLANTA (UPI) - Slate School Supl. Claude Purctll Wednesday sakl federal approval is expected shorlly on Georgia's state-level compliance with the desegregation standards set hy [he U.S. Office of Education. Purcell snid that when word of approval comes from Washington it probably Ix; announced first by Gov. Carl Sanders. Officials in the Department of i Health, Education and Welfare have already formally approved number of desegregation plans submitted by individual school systems in Georgia. The state's plan is still pending approval. The State Education Department has under its direct control academies for the deaf and blind, are vocational trade schools and several oilier agcn cies. Purccll said officials have visited HEW offices in Washington to work out details. FRESH EGGS GRADE A SMALL . . DOZ. 89c SWIFT'S PREM 12 OZ. . CAN SLICED THICK--LB. 49c $1 25 LBS. SLAB BACO_N SPARE JUDO MEATY \\TLSON~BRAND CHITERLIINGS "Whole FRTOL _ SWIFT'S PREMIUM RIB STEAK 3 39 C 49 1 LBS. LB. 49c $1 25 T 10 LB. $ O 3 9 Bucket L Grade A . . . . LB. 29' LB. 65' SHOULDER -- SWIFT'S PREMIUM ROUND STEAK LB 59 c DIXIE ROSE FLOUR Pet or Carnation MILK LB. 25 LB. Sack $199 0 TALL \C. C 0 CANS 40 FLAT SARDINES Cans 25' PORK -- FIRST CUTS CHOPS LB 49 c FRESH PORK STEAK WHO'LE ffOG SAUSAGE 3 CHICKEN B A C K S 5 OR 3 LB. 00 LB. BOX 65' Fresh FRYERS Cut-Up 4 LB. $ . BAG r Swift's Premium CHUCK STEAK LB 49 c SOFTONE ROLL PKG. JEW DANDY GRITS 1LB. BOX 10' 1 LB. CAN FOLGER'S COFFEE CIRCLE-K-BRAND POTTED MEAT 3c ans 79' 25' OLE MISS BOLOGNA LB. 29« J . S H A M O O N "The Big Man With The Little Prices - Where Yon Get The Best For Log" CORNER EDISON AND UNION STREETS By LOUIS CASSELS Only n year or (wo ngo, it was a rare spectacle to find a clergyman loling a picket sign. Today it's rowmonphice for ministers, priests and rabbis to participate in protest demonstrations. Ifacial jastice is most frequently Hie cause which brings clergymen into the streets. Bu Ihey also are beginning to use direct action methods lo rcgis ter their views on other issues, ranging from the war in Viet Nam to Ihc location of a express Jwghway. 'lliis trend is regarded with unqualified horror by conserva^ live church members who be licve Ihat a preacher's place is in the pulpit, talking about "religion" in the narrow sense ol private piety. But other Americans--inclixl ing many who haven't been to church in years -- have been heartened lo see men of Gocl risking imprisonment or worse lo bear witness to their mora nvictions. It is probably nc taggcralion to say that the Ilingness of clergymen to pul eir own bodies on the line in fight against racial discrim alion has done more to rescue :ligious institutions from targe of being irrelevant to (he "al problems of secular society any development of our me. WHEN all that has been sakl owever, a question remains, ven in the minds of men of roven devotion to religious so- al action, as to whether there not the danger of overdoing good thing. "Demonstrations are some- mes necessary to arouse the onscience of a community." lid the Rev. Jay Moore, direc- or of community action for the eligton ami Race Commission f the National Council of hurches. "But we must not into the error of looking pon direct action as the only ool for bringing about social liange. There are many other tings that need to be done that re perhaps not as exciting as larching in the streets, but 'hich may do more good in the ong run." He cited the "Citizenship Ed- .catinn" project which church ,nd civil rights groups are un- lerlaking in Cleveland, Ohio. Its purpose is to help minority .roups understand how they can bring about changes -- such a better schools -- through th tcmocratic process of votinj 'or trustworthy candidates fo: public office. AS another example of un spectacular social action whic! may yield greater long-tern lividenrls than a protest demon stration, the Rev. Mr. Moor pointed to the open occupanc housing campaign of the Detro CONFIRM APPOINTMENTS WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Senate Tuesday confirmed the appointment of Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) Chairman Alan S. Boyd to be undersecretary of commerce. The nomination of Undersecretary of Agriculture Charles S. Murphy to succeed Doyd was also approved. Council of Churches. Working luielly will) Ihe residents of some 30 residential neighlwr- loods, church groups are trying .o open up all-while suburbs to ^Jegro families who are being uprooted from inner city homesj 3y a new expressway. ,NOU! VOUTUO SWTHKT RGHTIN6! STOP IT. 5LURP! RP 5LVRP WHO'S FI6HTKS? I SURRENDER! I SAID, I m 5URRENPER!!! 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