The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 3
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 3

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
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165 Get Diplomas From Coleman High One hundred and sixty-five Coloniaii High School t\j seniors Friday evening became CHS graduates in ;l commencement ceremonies at their school auditorium. |;j B. l l n l Buchanan, superintend-'. ~~ "" I ; cut of Greenville Public Schools, THE FAREWELL by Dcloresjj. ij;-, xiK 1 ·j Delia Dcmocrnt-Timcs Sunday, May 30,J6_5_3^ ;uxl \V. B. Tlximpson, superin- Ellis was followed by the sing-;-' lendent-clcct, spcke brielly nt ing of the class song with words Ihe graduation bofore school [by senior Aloiuo Camel, board president Roy Campbell warded diplomas. Buclianan, who leaves in several weeks lo become superin- icr.dent of schools at Slarkvillc, received a surprise presentation by the president ol the Greenville Teachers Association. End Of Long Line Smiles and a tight grip on the diploma marking the culmination of 12 years of school work were characteristic of this group of Coleman High School graduates and other members of their 165-member class. Nearby were parents and friends of the graduates who packed the CHS auditorium to observe commencement exercises participated in by Roy Campbell, school hoard president and school administrators. (Staff i'hoio) WESTON instructor Tlictxlore Rillins presented Buchanan ! with :i 35 mm movie camera ami a wall plaque from the Negro teachers organization "for his years of loyal service in ihu | Greenville school system." II Coleman principal J. T. War-," ren spukc lo tlie graduates on f "What is education" and then · introduced G. P. Muddnx, di- I rector of Negro Education, who in t u r n introduced Thompson. J. T. Hull, assistant super-! 1 inlendent of schools-elect, was also introduced at (lie commencement. * * * Jimmy Armstrong gave (lie invocation followed by greetings I from Erma Young. "A Senior's! Listed as honor graduates with a 93 or better average were Dc- lores Ellis and Erma Young. Honor graduates with a 90 to average were J i m m y Armstrong, lirma liarnes. Nora Davis. Thomas Gray. Martha Jones, Mcll Rosie, Janel Robin- sun, Gregory Starks and Judy Stovall. Viet Cong Mutilate, Kill Swiss Cameraman On Mission SAIGON (UPI) -- Viet Cong guerrillas killed a Swiss cameraman and cut out his eyes with a knife Thursday, Vietnamese cameraman Tran Dai Minh reported Saturday. Minh was with Swiss-born Peter Van Thicl, a resident of New York, on a government mission against the Viet Cong in the Mekong Delta. "There were many knife wounds all over his body," Minh said "He had been badly tortured." Thiel was last seen by other members of the government party when he stopped nt a village inn. The villagers lie contacted apparently were Viet Cong sympathizers and turned him over lo the guerrillas. In the battle with the Viet Cong, the cameraman said, Vietnamese girls in their teens or early twenties fought on the side of the Communists and four were killed. Nineteen government soldiers also were killed by U.S. Army hclicoplcrs by mistake, he snid. The mistake was the fault of a Vietnamese officer, he said. HOTEL GREENVILLE Sunday Buffet - I- 50 INCLUDES ROAST BEEF, HAM. CHICKEN; TURKEY, AND FILLETS OF FISH. SIX DIFFERENT SALADS AND DESSERT. Week Day Buffet (Inc. Sat.) 1-00 INCLUDES CHICKEN (Fried, Bar-B-Q, or With Dumplings). ROAST BEEF (Alls Jus) HASH, PORK CHOPS, FISH and 4 SALADS. ;· THE WANT ADS REACH OVER Sb.OOO PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THAT'S THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESULTS. Klan Lawyer Moves Suit For Expenses BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI) -- Attorney Matt H. Murphy Jr., who defended a Ku Klux Klansmen accused of murdering a white civil rights work, said Saturday he would transfer his garnishment suit against, FBI informer Gary Thomas Eowe Jr. from Hayneville 1 to Birmingham. I "I shouldn't have filed thejfully owed me. This so-called suit in Hayneville in the first|lawyer (Johnston) should have ROOM TO SPARE? Rent the extra through Delta Democrat Times For Rent ads; get steady income! Call 5-1155 today! Thought at Commencement" J was (he topic of Thomas Gray's address. Tlie Coleman High School bamlj| played three selections: Holy, and Holy," "Blue Tango," 'Go Down Moses." place," file a Murphy said, "f will motion here Monday to bring it back to Birmingham and will change the amount owed me by Rowe tn $7,500." * * * Murphy, who originally represented Rowe when he was arrested with three Klansmen in connection with the death ol Mrs. Viola Liuzzo, oblainec Rowe's release from fedora! custody on a $50,000 bond. "The interest on a $50,000 bond is $7,500," Murphy said "I originally filed suit foi $0,000. If I don't get my money back I will go after Gary Kowi inyself and gel it out of hi: hide." Rowe was tlic key slate wit ness against Klansman Colli Leroy Wilkins Jr. during a t r i a earlier this month. Rowe tesl r fied at Hayneville. He was wit the Klansmen the night Mrs Liuzzo was killed on U.S. near I.owndesboro and sai Wilkins was the trigger man The trial ended in a mistria "This is not just a wild goosi his head examined to take on Rowe." * * * MURPHY said he was "tired of wing a whipping boy for the ederal government. I'm mad t lite whole damned shebang. want my money." Johnston Thursday filed lotion with circuit court inl Hayneville saying it was illegal Murphy to f i l e his suit here. Johnston said the suit must BIG SAVINGS ON be filed either in the vliere Murphy performed his services for Rowe or in Rowe's lome county. Johnston said Murphy per- lormetl no services in Lowmtes bounty and therefore the suit should have been filed in Jefferson County where Rowe resided. Robbers Get Valuable Coins NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI)-|I A coin collection valued at-1 cliase," Murphy said. "RTM more than $100,000 signed a promisory note on that · bond and he owes me that money because I put up my own properly as collateral." Murphy said he was angered by (he Justice Department's action this week for arranging for Rowe a lawyer lo defend him against Murphy's suit. Paul Johnson of Birmingham was hired by Rowe on the department's recom nicndation. "I fed like I'm in a goldfish bowl," Murphy said. "I pay rny taxes like everyone else but I'm unable lo collect money right LOOKING FOR THE . . . . BIGHT Graduation Gift? BIGHT Choice of Gifts? NORTON'S 6:50 A.M. -- «'30 P.M. --VISIT US TODAY-- t«l H*y I So. W» D^livrr ID 2-4096 Saturday morning Sterling Memorial Yale University by five hooded bandits. Police said a night-watchman Villiam Reardon, saw the ban- lits during one of his routine rips around the building. He iaid as he saw one man he was suddenly surrounded by ibout five hooded bandits. Reardon said Ihe men handcuffed him :hen forced the coin collection room on the third floor of Ihe building. Police said the door to the collections was wired to an alarm system but the alarm did not sound. 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