The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 15, 1960 · Page 2
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 2

Greenville, Mississippi
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Friday, July 15, 1960
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Delta Domocrat-Timv. ·2 Friday, July 15, '60 Delta Farm Weather Cooler Weather To Continue STONEVILLE--Partly cloudy and rather mild weather Is expected today and Saturday. The cool front (hat moved through the Delia Wednesday evening Is now stationary along the Gulf Const. Warmer southern air is riding over the top of this front nd will give partly cloudy skies in the north Delta and mostly cloud} 1 In (he south. Scattered showers are due to occur farther south. However they are not forecast (o conic as far north as the Delta, (he Weather Bureau said. Temperatures dipped into (he 60s last night with (he lowest reported in the Delta 61 at Cleveland. Readings tonight will again drop into the high 60s which is a little below normal for this lime of year. Temperatures yesterday afternoon showed quite a drop from the 100 degree weather of the preceding few days. Highs Thursday ranged from the upper Ms in the north to the mid 90s in the south. Temperatures this afternoon will be about the same hut will rise back into the mid 90s over the area Sunday afternoon. There is a chance of a few showers Monday or Tuesday, however the western front has weakened considerably and the outlook is for generally dry weather to continue. Closed Restaurant Target Of Burglars A permanently closed restaurant, The Pig. 2022 Highway 82 East, was burglarized last night. Officer C. E. Wages, on his routine patrol at 10:15 p. m.. discovered that the building had been entered by a window on the east side. An attempt was made to en tcr the juke box but nothing appeared missing, according to the police report. The restaurant closed pcrma nently two weeks ago. Columbus Walkout Slops Big Projects COLUMBUS (UP1) - Nearly 400 union carpenters were on strike seeking a wage increase in the Columbus area today. A walkout was called Thursday when tho Carpenters and Joiner's of America local reported negotiations with contractors had collapsed. Th« union is asking a 25 cent hourly raise for its members, who are now getting $2.75. The strike caused several big obstruction projects to shut Sown here and at Ackerman, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State College for Women and Columbus Air Force Base. MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY AND ALUMNI LEADERS attending Thursday night's 3-county District Alumni Association meeting here included (seated), from left, Dr. D. W. MSU Alumni Association. (Staff Photo) DRIVE 7 MILES Save 20% On FURNITURE CHOATES FURNITURE .r. fit MART lilond Reward Offered The Democrat-Times circulation department is offering a $10 reward for information leading to conviction ol any person or persons stealing newspaper racks which are located at various places of business around town. Tri-County Alumni Get Report On MSU /A It's Easy To Be A Very few of us will ever become millionaires, but you'll be surprised at how easily you can become a "thousandaire". People with a thousand dollars or more in the bank don't just happen -- they get it by. saving . . . saving systematically ·-- modest amounts deposited on a regular basis. If others can do it you can, too. You, too, can be a "thous- andajre" . . . if you start now with a Savings Account at ... GREENVILLE BANK 332 WASHINGTON AVENUE C R O S S R O A D S B R A N C H Uttritcllon Highway! 82 1 0 K I V C ' 1 N* F A C I L I T Y 1 1 4 N O R T H S H E L B Y TRUST COMPANY By CHARLES S. KERG "If Mississippi is to realize pro- ;ress the doors of Mississippi State University, it's land grant college, must be wide open to its boys and girls", Dr. D. W. Colvard, new president of MSU told 400 persons here last night at Ihe annual meeting of District 9 alumni chapters in Bolivar, Sunflower and Washington counties. Other speakers included Wade Walker, head football coach and athletic director, and Bob Will- former Delta educator, now secretary of the MSU Alum- agriculturo, among others, in making a better life. He said no university is greater than its faculty and no university can go far without public support. He pledged himself to lend every aid in the growth and development of the college. The meeting, held at the American Legion Home, was presided over by Dtmaway. In addition to representatives from all three counties in the district there were present several alumni from Arkansas. Bill McCeilan opened the session with prayer. Asks Support He pleaded for continued support of MSU Alumni and told o the great aid given the entire world by America's 68 lanJ gran colleges now Hearing 100 years in age. The new Mississippi State pres ident. who came to the state from North Carolina Sate, tolt Select Dr. Henley Methodist Bishop ni Association. Coach Walker pre-i All three speakers from MSU sented two f o r m e r Clevelandjcited the importance of active High football stars, Mike Sandersjand continued alumni support, and J. B. Clark, who are headed for Mississippi State on athletic scholarships. David Dunaway, president of the host Washington County Alumni Chapter, welcomed the visitors and thanked all who had! given aid in preparing for the District Meeting, the largest Dr. Colvard has yet attended. Others will be held in Jackson and Meridian. Walker Pleased Coach Walker said the spring practice of the Maroons was most pleasing. He said this coming football season the State team will pass more and t h e squad has more pass catchers than any season since the days of ends Hollingshcad and Bennett. He called for continued alumni support and urged especial support for State's opener on the campus Sept. 24 against Universi ly of Houston. He said that with the coming of a new president this is a new era and declarec "we must be fortunate in our first two games". Dr. Colvard praised Mississippi State as having one of the friendliest of campuses and how kindly he and his family had been welcomed. He was presented by Bob Williams. L. C. Murphy of Starkville, president of the State Alumni Association, made a short talk. Woman 'Fair' Afler Hammer Beating HATT1ESBURG (UPI) - A 50- year-old woman was reported in fair condition today after her husband beat her with a hammer before killing himself with * .12 rifla Thursday. James C. Kimble, a 74-year old retired machinist, walked into his wife's bedroom before dawn and started beating her about the head and shoulders with a ham mcr, police said. They said managed to flee screaming to a neighbor's house. Officers said Kimble, who was described by neighbors as a quiet peaceful man, then shot himsel in the head with the rifle. Mrs. Kimble, who has severe bead injuries, sard she could no understand why her husbam LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. (AP) --Dr. James W. Henley, 53, of Nashville. Term., was elected Bishop of the Methodist Church ere today on the seventh ballot. Delegates to the quadrennial Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference of the church gave Dr. Henley 278 votes, 31 more than be reeded for the 60 per cent required. An eighth ballot was cast after Dr. Henley's election to choose three more bishops. Seventh ballot leaders for the other vacancies included Dr. Walter L. Gum, Norfolk, Va., 214; Dr. Paul Ilardin Jr., Birmingham, Ala., 177; Dr. John 0. Smith, Charleston, S.C., 150; Dr H. Ellis Finger, Jackson, Miss., 131. Attended By 2,000 The conference on this church owned lakeside area, rimmed by mountains, is attended by abou 2,000 persons, including 416 voting delegates. The delegates represent 12.650 churches in Alabama. Mississippi Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Ken tucky, Virginia, the Carolina; anc Cuba. Two of the vacancies in the jurisdiction's ranks of bishops were created by retirement and a third by death. The fourth occurred when the conference voted Thurs- of the courses in engineering atidday to increase the number of its episcopal areas from eight to nine. By a narrow margin, the dele- _;ates voted to hold the 1964 quad remiial meeting within the boundaries of the jurisdiction. The al :ernalive was to meet at ths time and place on the church's genera conference. The vote was 276 for keepinj the meeting in the South, agains 129 for meeting jointly with th general conference, top legisla live body of the Methodist Church The vote was a scant 6 mor than the required two-thirds. Bishops who are retiring are Arthur J. Moore of Atlanta, Ga and William T. Watkins of Louisville, Ky. The bishop who diec was John Branscomb of Jackson ville, Fla. ' Taxpayers Have Until Aug. 1 Greenville taxpayers must remember the last installment o city taxes must be paid on o before Aug. 1, City Tax Cdlec tor Clive Metcalfe said today. Taxpayers wrongly believe tha the last installment on ciy tax es can be paid through the mont of August, Metcalfe declared. added that the deadline is Aug I. During the month of Augus the list of delinquent taxes is pre pared for sale in September, he said. Here's How Delta Democrat-Times Classified Ads Will Help You Get Exfra Vacation Money An easy way to get extra money for your vacation is to sell household items you are no longer using -- sports gear, furniture, power tools -- and other things you'd like to convert into cash. It's easy: List the things you'd like to sell and dial EL 5-1155. An Ad Writer will help you place a fast-action ad. Call today. Delta Dcmocrta--Times. Delta Democrat-Times Classified Ads Kxtrn money marketplace Phone ED 5-1155 Along The Riverfront Motor vessel Walter Williamson, of the Greenville Towing Company, passed Warfield Point at 10:30 a. m. today cnroute north on the Mississippi river. The Ben McCool, du« in Doques- ne, Pa., Sunday, radked at mite 173 and upbound on the Ohk) river at 6 a. m. today. xciclttJ -fft Bfrivt at kh« homt pert l Ornntlltt cl 3 p. m. today. Brent Towing Company'i motor \tilt), Jill Wai too, tcdi«*d at 5 a. m. at-mill 479 en H* lowrl Mlu^ilppl. Th* JEmmJt Jr.. rcdlotd ot 4,30 o. m. today ot milt 400 ond northbound en (K* Eow«r Mlulu rivn. lh« Carol BrcnJ radioed tfo 'oodlrvg tflryo al Lok* Charts, la., and Itlff 2r*nl roaTo*d at fntpott, Tixat, Vrh«/B ih* It rodtog co'flO, nn ( . Jl~*y Jr.. Joly foil. Jamil, South.' HoiKnll I. Iro-or, Elio Tlr.n.1. II*. Sovtt.bovod booli lnclud.d iH. Ben. nl. D., Fo'l Dtoborn. Codilnglon. FtorA S. DvloM ond FtoiK.i Ann. i.l. Vailo, at 5 o. m. today radlold at rh. don I'll ixi th. Ohio rlv.r. Th* City of Gr.tnvill. ol 6 o. m. wo» northbound 31 rrir. 167 on rhi Iwn rAltl-lllaDl and h. CM. Mill al 6 o. m. rtpor'td al »·· :ooxo dxk ol Vnk.UnJ Aftir d.Oflrllna 5mJlhJond, Ky., al 4.30 o. ra. today, th. EHa Iktilt, of rh. Port Ctty Towing Com»riy, rod[.d al » I al rr.ll« 12 on tru CurrJ»rlond riv.r. fo orrivo a) h«r fca^ port Gr«tnvill» Sutxta)' afternoon, D*!o Towing Corcpanv't motor veurl, N.lo 0an. rorffe*d at 6 a. m. kxfof al mil* 369 en th* uoorr iM : 5itn'ppl. IKe Jamtl at 6 a. m. woi i-psund at mil* 577 OA ttw lower M'u r iilppl rive/. ROW Tawlna · Concony'i molar vend. JAG, rodTovd at 4 a. m. lodav ol ml!t XOi en. lhTM upp*r Mliiln'ppl rlvtn llv* poilrfon itpcrli «f Vllt Towing ^ocny boali ar 6 a. m. today Irxlud- id )·» Co!erron D.. upbound on ihc OK?o rive; at Lock 46, Tht fcxwile 0., down- bound ar mile 397 en rKe 1owes Mini*- I'ppl rivir and th« Corl D., or 0 a. m. dawnboo*d al mill 273 on ih« Hllnoh Johnson -- (Continued From Page 1) achievement of a goal he himsell hail sought but might never attain. Kennedy's Request Earlier in the day Kennedy had called his defeated rival an 'insisted that he would come to see him, just as Gen. Dwighl V. Eisenhower called on t h e - l a t e Sen. Robert A. Taft after he'had defeated the Ohioan at the 1952 Republican convention. Then Kennedy popped the question: would Johnson run with' him: The eventual answer, embellished with a lot of explanations, was yes. The ticket had Thl M. ord M. Towrng Oxrpony'l r v.u.l. Duty Sul rarf'otd ol 6 a. at mill 30 end downbound en 111* UP Mittllt'pol. Th.. Lira Jon* radioed ill V04 ond unbowxl oo th. Ohio fil J»noi!, to the ifljippolnfmcnt of half dozen other hopefzuls. So Johnson had his hour in the limelight before the- convention. Mrs. Johnson, wearing a red dress and a corsage of yellow roses of Texas, stood Droudly by as tho senator told the Democrats they have a vigorous, progressive party that has "the will to win and the people to do it." ACCOUNTS COLLECTED O'Rnnnon Collection Bureau ot:. 3S9 Moy IMf. 10 3-1141 Oi«*fl»5ir»'l »H«Mon twvlc. A bare, of ItMT wot bline unFoodtd fodcv at lh« Grtenvilt. pert t.rm:rwjl. A berg, el IIP*) rctvtm w.r. loaded Tnurj. day f«r rh« CafdMEl! Culvert Comoony. Th. office ot A/rtrkon Rly.r linn lold feday IK. cwnco-vy'l mot« v.ii.l, WU- IO.TX B. Barr.ell, radioed from Kaniat ^!ry, Mo., .oily roday In. boot Nvai rBcdying for dlparrur. 10 Si. loull. Mo. Shlpard Ma/rn. Sirvlr. motor V.tll1, ronvn«rclal. Thu.'lday lock a barg. f/ori lh» norlhbovnd laura L» ol Worfl.ld and fow.d [t lo th« Kim Grain Comp-j any l.rmlnol. 1h* ether norlhbovnd row- 10% OFF Cash Carry ETHERIDGE CLEANERS IMS Highway 82 E. Phone ED 4-3931 FOR SALE $249.03 total cost required and assume low monthly note, 3 bed room, 1[4 tile- balh, family room, paneled kitchen, completely fenced back yard. Four blocks from Em Boyd on Groome Street. Three bed room house on corner lot, across from Greenville Mills. Total cost $99.03. Call or Sec John Gannon RHODES T. WASSON AGENCY 236 Washington ED 2-1538, Nile ED 4-3179 «JS WASHINGTON AVENUE ^ IMPORTED Early American Style Rugs at special Anthony low prices OVAL RUGS TUBULAR WRAP CONSTRUCTION ROOM SIZE OVALS Pull Sl» 9 ft. x 12 ft. 29 77 · BROWN · RED · BLUE · CHARCOAL · ORHN A b«outlfully beak addition to your period furnlih- Ingi. Rtvtnlblt for longsr beauty ond weor. Hand- »ome, durablt construction of 70% rayon, 22% t»xtllt by-product! of undetermined fiber, 8% reproeeiMO wool. Beauty . . . Charm . . . UM AntiiM/* Easy Lay-Away Plan A mall AtpotH wHI hold your wbetfea N*wr tnf Mtr« *Mr«*t ot Anmony'l. and enviable luxury '. : b«d room. 24"x36" OVAL. 27"x48" OVAL_ 4 ft. x 6 ft. OVAL 6 ft. x 9 f t . OVAL J.77 2.77 .6.77 14.77 SATURDAY CLEARANCE SPECIALS Special Group Summer COTTON REMNANTS *. «,. 1 . tor,. W. lir. m, mon.ra1. ·I .vtt MO.C-W ,-ord, ·f mlFf *nd rvnne.iti. 29 Yd. Entire Sock WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS Values to $8.90 '4.88 Groap Mtn's SPORT SHIRTS Sav* For Now and Next Year 1.88 Entire Stock MEN'S STRAW HATS Values to $3.98 *1«66 8 Eaiy as all the heavenly breezes thai come right on it . . . a flat perfection-pump in natural eyelet ir.esh, tied with raffia and lassled with wood. Vulcanized sole for wear. Pr,

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