The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 28, 1965 · Page 10
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 10

Greenville, Mississippi
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Friday, May 28, 1965
Page 10
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10 Friday, May 28, '65 Delia Democrat-Times The Lighter Side WASHINGTON disclosed Ite other day that .network news broadcaster had; By Dick (UPI)It wiisllhing slandine. "We hers in North Viol Nam written a letter praising anolher! a , rc in lhc ** position to jixlge tiw damage and we wanted you of the Do- Io know what good resulls y o u jI'ctiruary^lSW. He arc getting. network's coverage minican crisis. The other network then confirmed that it had, on occasion, written complimentary letters to its competitors. I was aware, of course, that fan mail means a great deal' | to people in television. But Ii never dreamed it had reached · the point where rival ne\vsmen| were writing fan letters to each other. That sort of thing is so uller- ly foreign to my own envy- 'rMden nature that I hardly 1 know what to make of it. 1 might concede under duress that there is another wire service besides the one I work for. · I'might even admit that I know quite a few of its reporters and i that some of them are friends; of mine. \ But the thought of compli- \ menting one of them has never I crossed my mind. I think I j would rather cut out my tongue. ; Anyway, the incident started : me to wondering what might happen if the practice of exchanging fan mail among competitors should catch o n in i other fields. It might result in : something like this: "Dear Macy: "Congratulations on the splendid success of your January White Sale. It was wonderfully done and certainly made our own sale look sick by comparison. Keep up the good work. "Sincerely yours, "Gimbel". "Dear Ford: "Just got a look at your new line of cars and they are] dandies. From compacts t o j luxury models, they are un-i matched in style and performance. With best wishes for your continued success, we remain, "Admiringly yours, "General Motors." Servicemen Army Pvl. Richard T. Har s, whose wife, Darlcne, lives nl 2501 Nupbs St., was assigned Eo tlie 30Stli QuEirtcrmasler Battalion in Germany, May 10. The 22-yoar-oki foidicr, a clerk in (he 308th Quarlermas-',"'WHEREAS? ler llaltalion's Company A ncarj^'; Gic,ssc;n, onlercti tlie Army in HOTiCr OF TflLJSIEES 5AIE OF IAK5 V.THEBEAS. IitO.^AS B, C A R L E / ond h ^ifo, SUSAN A. tAttLEY, e/euffd a dei 3F fun doled ft, 25ih day c' Otrchi 196?. reco'ded In BcoV 66/ Page 558 Ih* re'crdt n i)-e oFKcc of Ih* Cliance ~\ak cf WASHINGTON Cow^, M:IV i pai Io V. 1. MILLER, Trm'ee, to »*cu Iho Inrfebirdnen t}-i)fe:n dHtc'.bed In Fav J. S. GtFAJOf;, J8 , Adfinii'rotcr tticni Affolrt, ond Of)i«r of t Unli*d S'dti- WHEREAS. W. J. DBWER fi iha P-en rtd cuthcrlfy ol io'J fecJ of I ar ·'.-» pjfpois cf Oiy n». l*-e orJe'iifli*^ 'i Fcgol hc . doer "KimlcsL rcgnrtls, "Ho Chi Minh" completed training nl Fort 1'olk, La. His mother. Mrs. Mary K. Gatewood, lives al M7 N. Holmes St., Greenville. Hi-Y Sweetheart Cadclia Turpin has been named the "Hi-Y Swcclheart of Shaw High School." She was presented a pin by Robert Johnson, president of the Hi-Y club. She i.s Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Turpin Jr. and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson. (Staff Photo) . "Dear Cassius: · "Well, you did It again, boy, ind I just had to drop you a note to tell you how proud I »m of you. Even the skeptics will now have to agree t h a t you «re. truly 'The Greatest.' "Your best fan, "Sonny" "Dear President Johnson: "That was a magnificent job your bombers did on our bridges yesterday. They were right on target and didn't leave any- Many A R. T. Gaines, a truck driver for Delta Molor Lines and Arkansas Best Freight, was recently honored for driving 1,000,000 accident-free miles "and already having a good start on the second million." Gaines, who makes three Greenville to New Orleans round trips a week, now lives at the Greenville Hotel. (Staff Photo) Auld Lang Syne One-third of the senior class of Shaw High school started school together in the first grade. Ten of the class of thirty who will receive their diplomas al Shaw High School on June 1 are: bottom row 1. to r. Hugh Ferretti; Oscar Websler; 2nd row same order: David Canonic!; Robert Johnson; Phillip Gailher; 3rd row: Laurie Simpson; Glenda llerhison; Gloria Ros- sefli; Top row, Emily Cocilova and Linda Pollard. (Photo by Sara Germany) BEAUTIFUL PLANTSTM PLANTING OUT NOW! FALL -- 2 Varieties Tomatoes lOc plant · Petunias (Double Single Varieties) · Periwinkle · Colca.s · Snapdragons · Lantana · Carnations PEPPEK · BELL · HOKAY · HOT PEPPER · EGG PLANT PEPPER ALL PLANTS POTTED INDIVIDUALLY SAIA FLORIST 22$ N. Hinds Phone ED 2-7092 THE WANT ADS REACH OVER 55.000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THAT'S THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESULTS. 75 50e DOWN 50e WEEKLY Ihr -e't'i rt-rf koi ·.filT* 0 -V*( X .' V( ,-joU^ (J, LFftl«l. (Otl « * r f r 6 » * t'l HUOtF, .' "~* -SEE SPECIALS IN.qUR WINDOWS cimmifs iucm vwcn txtmr tvt.tuu-t.maua _ 413 .WASHINGTON AV if. nd deeH . due trvj Ddyahle t i,nderi'yn?d 13 «ds |rr*'nenl)j ·rdcb-cH-j p'-hl-e OuFcrv fo f^fl h : s 3th !-.« hnd aid D'opi i"d deed o! f!/', rfwate i Fol!o«i. Lol Th-ee (3) cf BIccV AYRES-BRYAlif SUBDlSJ Ciiy ol Greenv"e. V/c il,o ollite of ih- Ch-J In' wood 'e to n-d ixccerly y COL* r»vwji« c? c- GSEEUVILLE, jbeir h'ddffi (w ·riy desrilbed In rf in iad Co-.n1/, ISICH ro rha 5-di en 1, 1- n i believed to b« /i/ V. I. MIUEV NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed b'di will t» received by ihe M;II : U ; PD| il riii C-1/ Ho l l. Cr*ir.Yl!le. Mill 11 CD! until -1-00 P.M., JVTMI 15, 1965 ard ihoiH* rhereafre/ ii-bUdy open- e-i Io* t'reef co-Hruction kno*n 01 Con- iroci 1-65. rralel/ n) fellow!: 3,536 iq. vdi. of 5 Infegial Cu-b. 1,688 Mi. Ft. of Concrete Coy G'n*el Bale cc-nMcitd, 3.297 13. ydi. cf fl rS Cloy G'a/el Eaie cOTpac1ea and 1,131 1=nt cf I 1 /," AiP^alrie Ccn- Ccnfra:! Hr-»i 100 werVlng dayi. P1an» ond Speci(i;aKo-i aie en (.!« In muy b« lecured upcn Dar^eT of $15.00 v.h:ch w"ill b« ref-,md«d io Bidder fcr each n good tondiiio«. Cert.ficd C^-.wlc or B'd FJornJ for flv» cer cem (5%] cf bid payabl* io Ciry cl Greenvil'« nwd accompany each pfcp:ial- thfl b'di and all p*opci^*» iVall b« li/m TK« Clry Cou.-cil of the Cify oT G-een. ai rray ao^ecr io iho b«ir fn'ereii of iho Cify or To t a j e c F aiy awifof all bid), /i/ C. L. LANCASTER 5)21-28 C\\y Clerk TIIE WANT ADS REACH OVER 55,000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THATS THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESUJ^S. VISIT J/lvUIW of Leland A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU! YES, IT'S TRUE YOU CAN ? C A BORROW JU For 30 Days At $ 1 N A cost of Only JL Y»i, o-rf It yegr n**J ·MM^ $M mony llmti ... or If y»w r»Uf» ^ nixh mor» Hm« iXon 30 4*y* *· urn* fetmula opplfvil Fri*ntfh/ r - DEFENBAUGH » FINANCE » -IN LELAND- « Let you live In MOUNTAIN COOL COMFORT Buy IVOW at ^^^"^^^'iy^ww easy installation Fptirway acl; air^deflectdr thepnpstat, atidt^eed fanJcontrol '::.-. i . . - · ; · · - , · ' . - * '. · - . . . _ , . , . _. . - - . » - . 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