The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 45
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 45

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
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^cltg_Domocr«t-Tlme» Sunday, May 30, '65 17 Nt WEST srne Genuine DIAMOND Matched Due? ALL YEAR PAY Veep Sees Results In US Job Drive WASHINGTON (UP!) -- Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey reported Saturday that more than a million loiters have gone out in an intensive drive to put President Johnson's summer - jobs - for - youth campaign over the top. I : ' "We're gelling Results," hejjoimson announced Ihe youth Siild. The vice president (; ave a news conference u progress report on Ihe first week since Va., I wo. rno S mfk«nrly btib'i lhl OMPARE VALUtS KE SMCIAISJN OUR WINDOWS 4I» WASHINGTON Wl th« BRIDE'S STORE-.In the Delta Registered Jeweler Airifricm Gem Society National Bridal Servlc* Exclusive In Greenville Nowhera In tht delta luch tn imoreMive selection of.. 4 i a R I N G S B R A C E L E T S E A R R I N G S 4 W E D D I N G B A N D S N E C K L A C E S W A T C H E S paper tre u * A e a u I N V I T A T I O N S A N N O U N C E M E N T S I N F 0 R M A I. S T H A N K Y O U S N A P K I N S INTERNATIONAL TOWLE HEIRLOOM ALVIN G 0 R H A M REED t BARTON WALLACE KIRK LENOX WEDGWOOD DOULTON FRANCISCAN SPODE OXFORD MINTON A N Y O C C A S I O N A N T P R I C F A N Y A G E Check Presented Paper Firm As First Anti- Poverty Loan JACKSON, Miss. (UPD--The first Mississippi loan under the federal poverty program went Friday lo Rhell Enlon anil Gene Murphy, partners in the Booncville Paper Company. A check {or 525.000 was presented Hie men in ceremonies at Iho governor's office. "This is the kind of loan needed in Mississippi to help the small operator," snid Gov. Paul Johnson. The presentation was made by George Field, regional dircclor of (he Small Business Administration. Also on hand was former Louisiana congressman Gillis Long of Washing- Ion, now deputy director for congressional affairs of the Office of Economic Opportunity. opportunity effort. ! The program is designed to't f i n d -summer employment \\ for at least 500,000 ot the 2.2 V illlion young people aged 16 through 21 who will flood the labor force Ihis summer. * t t "I WANT to underscore thai the 600,000 is jusl a minimum. | 1 hope we can do much better"! Humphrey sakl ns he called' Ihe roll for newsmen on some! firms which have agreed to un-; dertako youth employment pro-] Brams ' NEW YORK (UP1) -- Wall Street echoed with llio'L Among the early responses, roar of the bear and the bellow of the bull this week! Humphrey said, were industri-' a . s l ' le market through another correction in slow mo-l| al powers such as Douglas Air-. Lion. Accidents Take 4 Stale Lives By United Press International Four persons were killed In during the enrly hours of the long Memorial Day weekend, including three who died in n fiery crash near flanks. The Highway Fnlrol Identified two of Ihe victims of Ihe two- car collision near Ihe northwest Mississippi community Friday night ns David Burk, U, a Negro from Cnrulhcrsvlllc, Mo., anil Charles M. Jones, 5S, of Crenshaw, Miss. The third man killed in the lifted !x?cause the b o d y was burned in the fire which broke out nfler the collision. Officers said the unidentified Negro was a passenger In Burk's car. Thomas R. Kraft. 32, of Lau- rel was killed in a two-car collision two miles north of Laurel Friday night. Officers said Ihu rxher driver, James E. Arrington of Laurel, was injured in the crash on Highway 11. Ih. Uiuol or Unuiu.ll E l E C r l O N I C i O U I P M I N T DOMtSIJC or FOtllCH COMJ'IJ MnOICn Electronic Engineering 330 Hiwcy 1. !. Phonl 335-MM Bears, It Out On Fought 'Street' craft, International Machines with 1,200 Air- Business The final outcome 1 , a rather! small loss in ihe popular aver-j jobs, and R. J. Reynolds To- oacco Co. wilh 600. Also listed' ages, was not as significant as the market's daily action. Day-| were Dean Francis B. Sayre of lMia y TM in aml cven imnM the National (Episcopal) Cad a ' movtmenls kepi reinforcing' thedral here, who has promised bearish senlimcnl. lo hire a dozen, and the Mny-l Prices opened the week wilh flower Motor Inn of Lexington, la 7.80 loss in the Dow-Jonesj Cuba Sends US Ministers To Jail which Is creating jobs for had industrial average the market Humphrey said he len to every mayor and that former Tennessee Gov. Buford Ellington has contacted every governor asking for their cooperation. Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor has contacted every employer of more than 10 employes, Humphrey snid, nd Francis Keppel, commissioner of education, has written each school superintendent nnd ligh school principal. Humphrey said that the federal government, which is tak- ng on 25,000 young people trainees and swelling the ranks of its neighborhood youth corps by 50,000 to a tolal of 120,000 expects to do that "within the present budget limitations." PBJ Predicts Special Session JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)-Gov Paul Johnson may call a spe cial legislative session consecutive figured I he racked tip loss. The HAVANA, Cuban nnd vit!) a G.79 luap in the DJ1A.: The announcement F r i d a y HOWEVER, the upswing wasjnight said the Rev. Herbert short-lived and prices rclreaiudjWalters Caucltllj 61, of Omega, again on Wednesday. The DJIA.Ga., was sentenced to 10 years | ost 3.8-1 in that session. An ad-iimprisonment while his son-in-! ministration warning that the law, the Kev. James D a v i d recent wave of price increases'Blnckwcldcr F i l e , 31, of may cause the administration:Waynesboro, (Ja., was s e n forego some of its planned'icnccd to 6 years, economic stimulants sparked month to deal rights crisis Friday. (DJIA) as Cu(]an r( , vo i u ti,j nnr y " s """'[has sentenced two analysts B! , p ,i sl m j n j s i Drs lo :,,;[ market had K rmc |(m ,, mmbcf Q[ J '"' CI TM gh °" ""Deluding espionage, it was their pre-opemng forecast' nouncc j goxl upswing came I me- (UP1)-- The tribunal]! American') terms | an- I I5olh ministers were Iricd by (l)c tribunal on May 14 nlong with 32 Cuban Bap:ist missionaries and preachers, including three women. selling wave in Ihe early hours of Thursday. Losses outnumbered gains by more than G-to-1 byi mid-session but [lie margin was narrowed by the close. After Thursday's sclloff, the All wcre accusc(1 of cspion . experts expected little out of |ag(lj imcit | rn , fjc in currcncyi Friday's session except a lmle isssisting un(iergro . Jm | suh ver- more selling in advance of Ihe Memorial Day weekend. However, the market showed n slightly higher trer.d through most of the day and capped tlie session with a buying bpree at the close. the voting The analysis are, in some it was revealed quarters, becoming slightly bearish. Forecasts of some eco- lomic slowdown in ihe offing Johnson told newsmen "If we don't have It then it will probably be too late." Johnson Indicated earlier he considering calling a spe- session but had not set any dale. It was predicted by capi- (ol sources Ihe session would be in late June or early July. The governor also recently he was considering a second special session laler in the to deal with other matters ns highway improvements a proposal permitting sheriffs to succeed themselves. sive anti-Castro groups, a n d ' ] iclping people lu leave Cuba. The delay in announcing the.| senlcnces was attributed lo ef-|l forls by an unidentified religious! roup in Orlando, Fla., to nego-1 tiale Ihe release of the Ameri-'j cans. The group reportedly:! asked the Cuban government to! owards tho :aken end of of the name a price for the release of 1D65 have the two ministers, bullishness The deal apparenlly never materialized. Jones Jury Awards $12,000 LAUREL, Miss. (UP!)-A' Jones c o u n t y jury Friday n: warded a local Negro womanj i $12,000 in a civil suit against the New Orleans and Northeastern Railway System. Mrs. Ferline Beasley alleged The SHOE BOX C E L E B R A T E S IT'S out of recent market comments THE market's technical action, including new 1905 lows in the 3ow-Jones rail average, am wor volume, are also worrying some market observers. Dow-Jones induslrials dropped 3.97 on the week to 818.04, lowest level in alxxit a Rails closed at 205.01 off 1.22 after touching a new 1965 low of 203.16 on Thursday. Utilities dropped 1.43 nl 160.17. Stnadard Poor's 500 slock index slipped 0.33 to 88.42. Volume totaled 24,868.420 .shares compared with 213,391 .OVOJccssive rale of speed inside the shares a 296,410 shares i shortened period in a SI50,000 damage train which struck a suit the] car which her husband was a passenger was (raveling at an ex- week before nnd 17,n Ihe holiday' last year. Laurel city limits. Keastey n March, died 1062. ihe accidenl With A Thrilling THANK YOU A Big Sale For Little Feet! SANDALS for girls ladies! -- a big selection o£ the most popular styles and colors To Show far Approc'MtiOR Wo are Offering OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S SHOES F O R A L I M I T E D T I M E O N L Y %OFF OUR REGULAR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE CANVAS AND SANDAL FOOTWEAR NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SALE Sizes 4 to 6 THE SHOE BOX Check Our Special Bargains On Ladies Spring Summer Dress Shoes SUNFLOWER iLDG. P L E N T Y O F F R E E P A R K I N G MAIN AT EDISON I WE ARE EXTENDING OUR REMODELING SALE Yes, We Are Still Over-Stocked And Must Sell All Plants Regardless of Our Loss BEDDING PLANTS INDIVIDUALLY POTTED MAROARETTE DAISY GLORIOSO DAISY STOKES ASTEU PINKS WHITE LANTANA DWARF DAHLIA DUSTY MILLER AOF.RATUM 99 Doz. HARDY HOLLY FERNS 69 Ea. GERANIUMS Large Size Regular $1.00 ea. CANDLE STICK PUNTS 29fi EA. 4 r o u 5 l 51 oo FIG VINE 490 EA. SOUTHERN 5M1ILAX $349 5 Gn. Onus . SHRUBBERY HGUSTRUM CHINESE HOLLY G AUDI MAS HOXWOOD CAROLINA JASMINE HYDRANGEA Regular $1.50 to $2.00 BEAUTY BUSH ALTHAS DKUTZ1A WISTERIA FORSYTHIA VAH. LIROFE ROSE BUSHES PATENTED VARIETIES V2 Price C O L E U S RAINBOW COLORS 150 TO 790 LAWK GRASS St. Augustine 1.50 yd. Tif. Bermuda 2.50 yd. Centipede 2.75 yd. Zoyzia _ _ _ 3.00 yd. LA1E TOMATOES J$ EACH 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL SPECIMEN EVERGREEN c Pyracanthas Ligustrums Gardinias Euonymus Puchella $ for 50 LB. PEAT MOSS 1. ADDS D8% PUKE ORGANIC MATTER 2. LIGHTENS AERATKS HEAVY SOJL 3. GIVES BODY TO SANDY LOAM 4. RECOMMENDED FOR ALL PLANTING 5. ABSORBS HOLDS MOISTURE'; G. INCREASES FERTILIZER RETENTION BREAKTHROUGH FOR ROSE GROWERS an easy, sure way to feed your rose bushes and control Insects NEWferti-lome, ROSE FOOD systemic insecticide HttCIf NM ivrftmc INSECTICIDE worn wt r«flmm«nd Troublesome splaying and dusting is e»ary lo cont;ol certain Injects when you feed your roses with i\tn ferti-lome Rosa Food containing Sjllemic Insecticide. Monthly feedings hill produce vigorous bushes, colorful blooms ind conliol piercing and sucking insects. The Systemic InsKti- cltJi 1» absorbed by thi rootj ind jives mutable prelection In old ind new growth against aphids, lacs bu|!, leal hoppws. rrJtes, ttrips, vrhileflies, bircli-lial minsr, pini tip molh, misoso webworm, iti spider milts and other piirdng and suckini in. «tti. Ccnta!,-B coilonxed meil, bon» meal, blood meil. (delated Uic« climuib from Multi-TRACIS in addition to primiry plant foods for a proper dm for ill roses. 5 Ib. MX fuds 50 average bushd. Ha In uch box for lisy ipplKation l«*n «nd g«rd«n ch«mlc«l» Sunflower Bldg. -- Edijon Main ROGERS GARDEN CENTER · CLOSED ON SUNDAY · Hwy. 82, East GreenviJIe

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