The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 18, 1960 · Page 2
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Doltn Dcmocrnl-Tirncs 2 Monday, July 18, '(50 'In Colorado Legal Action Againsl CC Funds ( JACKSON (UPI) -A move 4 was underway today by the Mississippi NAACP to take legal action against the donation of $20,000 in state funds to the Citizens' Councils. An NAACP statement said the state board of directors met Sunday and unanimously approved taking steps toward legal action against this crime perpetrated on the slate treasury and tha Negroid and white citizens of the slate of Mississippi." The money was granted the private organization by the State Sovereignty Commission, an official agency to preserve segregation. The board- said it "deplores" the commission's action and "we seek the cooperation of all other citizens who are outraged by ·first Scouts Arrive For Golden Jamboree By SANKY TRIMBLE COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. (AP)-First contingents of U.S. and world Boy Scout units move into Colorado today for the Golden Jubilee Jamboree. By Thursday night there wilt be this travesty against law to join hands with us in seeking to call an immediate halt to this type of conduct." Medgar Evers, field secretary of the Mississippi NAACP, said the Jackson branch would meet tonight to protest the donation. The commission said it granted the money to help spread segregation views throughout the nation on the Councils' forum which has a series of weekly programs on 316 radio and television stations in 40 states. Benefit When Safety « Deal W i t h s HERE'S WHAT WE DO ADJUST BRAKES \ Inspect brake lining and wheel cyl- indera, ADJUST ALIGNMENT Correct cuter and camber and toe-tn and toe-out to manufacturer's specifications. BALANCE FRONT WHEELS Precision balance both front wheelt and i n s t a l l all w«ijhts. 50,000 youngsters on hand for seven days of fun, frolic and fraternization. Every slate and almost 70 foreign countries will be represented. The first crew officially due to arrive at (hi 2,400-acre cite near Ihis Colorado resort center are UO boys from Ridgeficld, Conn., arriving by chartered airplane at midafterncon today. Several units arrive later in the day by btis. More than 11,00 boyh and their| leaders move into the camp area Tuehday via trail' and special plane, with others showing up by bus. The jamboree officially opens Friday and breaks up with a gigantic outdoor ceremony Thursday, uly 28. Many of the early arriving units ill set up their two-mnn tents, stablish camp, and head for the ills in a sight-seeing tour until ie jamboree begins officialy.1 Xhers will remain after the camp nds to make tours at historic ·eas in the West. As Ihe first units neared its ampsite in the shadow of historic ike's Peak, everything was ·eady for the creation of Colo- ado'h fourth largest city--tempo- arily. More than 3,500 service 1 nts already are up. Many of the 1 dull leaders and national and' orld scout leader am on hand. 1 ostal service--geared to handle lore than a million pieces of mail tarted over the weekend. Trading osts already are in operation. Last units officially in place on ie bus and plane scbediiles are rouph from Van Nuys and Pasa ena, Calif., du: to arrive at p.m. Thursday. A Ill-boy unit from Japan al- eady u in Colorado, scattered ndipidhally with various domes- c unts. Bggest foregn dclega- on moves in early Thursday len some 350 Canadian Boy couts set up their tents and start perating. For the early arrivals, tourh of earby Ft. Carson and the Air 'orce Academy, plus the Denver ilint and other sight-seeing at- ractions, are on the schedules. On tap for the first several days re a two-night rodeo, appearanre f Western movie and television tars, and tht start of ramp artip- ies featuring trading, proficiency ests in scouting activities, and .he organization of B" long 'series f trading campfire activities with nits from other sections of the ountry and the world. * * TO DRAW CROWDS use Class- fied ads! Dial ED 5-1155 for an d-writer to make your sale a SUCCESS. FREE 60-DAY TRIAL OFFER 1 Try a set FREE | for 60 days ... old shocks reinstalled, money back if not fully sat i»6ed. EASY FIRESTONE TERMS PRECISION ENGINEERED j Quieter, stronger, built to last longer! Made to fit § iur car. F - - - = it longer. your car. Ruttproofed to i last' S T O R E 1002 Washington Phone ED 4-4534 BARON PERFORMS -- Lynno Bell (at top ofslide) brought her German Shepafd, Baron, to Maud Bryan Park last week to put on a dog show for the children, at the request of park supervisor, Helen Kirksey. Baron went through his act, climbing up and sliding down the slide, at left, jumping over a pole, right, and a number of olher tricks. The next afternoon, Friday, Ihe park program included a neighborhood - talent drama. (Staff photo). U.S. And Cuba Square Off In U. N. Security Council Today Delia Farm Weather By WILLIAM N. OATIS UNITED NATIONS N.Y. (AP --Cuba and the United States jring their charges and countercharges of economic aggression jefore the U.N. Security Council (oday. Cuban Foreign Minister Raul Roa had a two-bour speech ready in support of his government's complaint against the United States. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge prepared a one-hour reply. After this exchange, Argentina and Ecuador were expected to propose that the 11-nation council suspend consideration of the dis pute while the Organization ol Amerian States takes it up. Soviets Follow Lc-ad Diplomats said that if Cuba opposed this proposal and its friend the Soviet Union voted against it Mario Amadeo of Argentina ant Jose A. Correa of Ecudaor woulc argue the resolution was procedural and therefore the negative Soviet vote did not count as a veto. But Amadeo and Correa! were reported hopeful of winning Cuba over--and thus avoiding a Soviet negative vote--by putting a provision into the resolution calling for conciliation. In his complaint to the council last Monday, the Cuban foreign minister accused the United States of "a policy of intervention economic aggression." He said nternalional peace was endan- ;ered by its "repeated threats, larassmenls, intrigues, reprisals and aggressive acts." Prime Minister Fidel Castro's regime also charged the United States had given Cuban war riminals facilities for plotting against the Cuban revolution, that planes from the United States had caused death and damage in Cuba, and that President Eisenhower and other officials had made statements "derogatory to our self-determination." The United States did not file a countercomplaint with the council. But Saturday it sent Cuba a diplomatic note accusing tha 1 country of economic and politica" aggression. ct satellite, Cuba's apparent re- reat from veiled threats against the U.S. Naval Base at Guan- anamo Bay, and Havana's mild reclion to a proposed review ol threats to Western Hemisphere unity. The observations came u the Organization of American States prepared to give final approval by an overwhelming vote to a call for its foreign ministers to meet to consider menaces which affect hemisphere solidarity, the region al system, and democratic prin ciples. The 21-nation OAS Counci meets al 4 p.m. to approve Peru's resolution for the ministeria meeting. in Cuba's domestic affairs and of ONLY COMPACT WITH TORSION-AIRE SUSPENSION! SEE,..CHAT...SAVE...COMPARE Chad Oxner Motors Highway 82 At Cedar Street By STANFORD BRADSHAW 'WASHINGTON AP -- Cuba's swing toward the Soviet Union appears to be slowing under pressure from it* Latin American neighbors, diplomats said today. They pointed to: a recent state- ient by a top Cuban official that ie Cubans would fight any at- empt to make their island a Sov- Firemen Douse Three Fires Today Firemen made three runs this morning »e extinguish taxicab, rass and truck fires. A run at 10:46 a.m. was made o the 100 Hock of North Harvey firemen when a Liberty Cash ruck caught fire from a short in electric wiring and slightly dam ged the truck. Four minutes earlier at 10:42 a m. Engine Company No. 1 made a run to the 600 block of Nortl 'oplar street to put out a gras fire touched off by burning trash A backfire in the motor of a Union Cab caused small damag to the taxi in the 400 block o Railroad Avenue. Firemen of En gine Company No. 2 quickly enc ed the flames with a booster tan SEVERE DROUGHT STARKV1LLE (UPI) The Agr cultural Extension Service sai today hot and dry weather i playing havoc with crops in Mis sissippi. Most seriously hurt ar itures hav croos and ( Along The Riverfront Delta Towing Company's motor essel, Nila Dean, arrived in the ike Ferguson harbor last mid light and was tied up in the bar or here Monday awaiting orders The Jamel radioed at mile 91' nd northbound on the lows rlississippi river at 6 a.m. T h e r e It Is! Just The Apartment We've Been Looking For Delia Democrat-Times Classified Ads Marketplace of fast rcnlsli Phone ED 5-1155 and of course it's advertised in the Delia Democrat-Times Classified Section. When you're apartment litmting you'll find just the place yon want in the Democrat-Times CInssificd Section. It's surprising (and a lot of f u n ) to discover how many wonderful offers are listed everyday under "Apartments For Kent" in the Classified columns. Turn (o Classified now. Veil towing r.nle 0., I* Khcjulrd to arrive at rh mt port of G.'et.-wMlk or 9 torughl orv a.m. woi notrHbenod al mile 443 i lawti Miiiln'pp!, Co'*men D. rod.'i nil* 5Qfc ond northbound on ihe OtiTo Ike Coil 0., lepcrted ai nile 106 nd .. a.-* rfiD Hlincii ~r!v«r. More Thundershowers Seen STO.NEVILLE--Although no precipitation w«s reported ty any of the Delia w*atier ftallons, radur it Jackson Indicated that »me widely scattered flrowors did occur over I ho extreme southern portion of the Delti. Tho maximum and minimum temperatures reported this morning were considerably cooler than normal. Claksdile and Cleveland set new record low temper a I urej for July 18 with the 61 degree reading at Clarksdale being the coolest July 18 flnce 1525 and lite (3 low at Cleveland broke the 1*59 record. More thundershowers, considerably warmer tow temperatures and somewhat warmer high temperatures were forecast for today. A tow pressure area in northern Texas coupled with a low pretsure aren alofl over the same are* Is expected to cauM the ihowei ind warmer temperatures, x LhNi !· Dilln FOJTH Wnthir, r«4T Hall,. WOOr, Dial ». 7,30, IMS ind »,X) Says Government, Business Mated By The FHA "The FHA expresses my idea of the highest interrelation between government and business," said Burford Ycrger, director of Federal Housing Administration for Mississippi, in an address this morning during the first session of the Mississippi Savings! and Loan League's convention at the Holiday Inn. The most recent departure in the philosophy of the agency-the Cerlified Agency Program- is "an honest effort on the part of the agency to take itself out of business and to t u r n back to the people nearly all responsibil-j ity." ftrfMf M aw * of capital" remain* to be tapped. Ho died HocWJng C*rter'i recent article in U» Saturday Evening Post u "one of the prettiest romances I have ever read," because of "hi* obvious warmth and affection for his adopted hometown and state" and itreis- ed the need for tho some feeling among the members of tha convention to develop the potential of the stale. TIP OF THE DAY on good (ob-orfers: See the Want Ads! Look 'cm ovor NOWI Rev. Lott Burial Set For Tuesday Funeral services for the Rev. Barkley Henry Lott of Meridian, retired Church of God pastor, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of God on South Theobald Street by the Rev. C. W. Kendall, assisted by the Rev. Wade H. Horton and the Rev. Wilson Sharp. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial! Gardens. | Chapel Prayer Service w i l l be held at 7:311 p.m. Monday by the Rev. G. F. Mangum. A finer- 1 home in Meridian is in charge 1 arrangements. The Rev. Lott diod early Sun- lay at Veterans Hospital in Jackon. He had been in ill health or a year. He was 61. The Rev. Loll was born in Sunflower county and for 31 years pastorates at Greenville Yaioo City. Pilgrim's Rest, Ml. '.ion, Indianola, Cleveland, all Mississippi and the Forrest and Epps churches in Louisiana. He retired Sept. 1 19S9 after four year tenure at the Meridian Church. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Lott of Meridian; t h r e e daughters, Mrs. Bernice ,McGaugh of Greenville, Mrs. Rcba Helms of Isola and Miss Willa Dean l-ott of Meridian; seven CLOGGED TOILETS cleared In a fiffyj sons, P. L. Lotl, Wallace David Earl Loll, Henry Loll Loll Foiilloni cf M. and M. Towing Cc-n iny'i mctar v*i**li al 6 a.m. loda ilwded Leta Ja^e, (rife ?/ and f ia dcwrxbovnd ol mile 30! on tr» Ftrwv and Dewitt Lott, all of Meridian; Walter Lott of New Orleans am David Earl Lott, Henry Lott and Dewitt Lott, all of Meridian Walter Lolt of New Orleans and Roy Lolt of Jackson; two sisters Mrs. Louise McGaugh of Colum bus, Ohk and Mrs. Minnie Rob inson of Hattiesburg; and thre brothers, Will Lotl and Bryan Lolt, both of Greenville; a n ( James Lott of Marianna, Fla. H also leaves 16 grandchildren Greer Of Hollandale Hurt In Accident LELAND -- Leon Greer who lives near Hollandale was injurw in a home accident Sunday and is recovering in Leland Cit Hospital He received a compound frac-| ture of the left arm and was able to be up and about in the hospital Monday. Yerger enumerated programs nd free services of the agency lat are available to local firms. Under CAP, loan industries be- ome agents of the federal home ommissioner. Yerger said Ihe Mississippi is Beginning lo grow out of its capi- TOILAFLEX Toilet gy«£l Plunger Ordinary plunder* don't teat properly, forcing «tr and water to ipU«h back. Thus you have a me« «n you lose the very prwnirc needed to clear the tlogting mmit. W i t h "Toitnflex", designed to toilets, no air or water e*n ocape. The patented, upcred Uil foim an air-tight fit: the full pre*rur plows through the obstruction iwiihes it down. Ctn't m i n i SO 65 fuUy *Jm Eu*r»nt«d AT MOST HARDWARE STORES EXAMPLES OF LOANS IC..h You Qt RejMr Monthly 12 MO. 100.00 $10 11 MO. 347.53 $25 14 MO. W.« $51 leo'i a' «*tf omevnjj of to e'kir p«riccfl c« l'a properl'ie*. [M.'llJ Beneficial's Summer Money Special gives you cash --and Credit Card, too Take it easy this summer -- take advantage of the SUMMER MONEY SPECIAL. Get cash for vacation or any good reason plus Credit Card for cash wherever you go. "You're the boss" at BENEFICIAL. Phone today! Lo«n» arranrftd SSO to $1500 on Slf nature, Fumltun or Cm 626 WASHINGTON AVE., GREENVILLE, MISS. Ground Floor, Miy Building . PhoiMI 2-053$ Ask for tb* YES MANager OPEN EVtNINGS IT APfOINTMENT --PHONE fO« HOUU BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. iita fiyti. Po:l City Towin? Corel Erra tt.si'.t at 6 a 9f pci'l'oo ol Dover, k* Cvrbcrlond iiv»r i Matie it enici^Fe I p-jny'i motor vn- . today .rodiotd ewi,. dcvnboL-nd t mJ!« 67. Th* Cairo. III. Gretnvilla Tc .v , i«r, Btn McCocI, 'a,, loday tf·lr^a ·^dlc'td at 5 3 Cor~cony'i molor v»i- rodlo«d a I DuGu«in : ;^ng cc-oo. The \Vollei i ft. Lou'i ar B rj.m it miU 19 en rf-e L,ppn i m, today. -epord /.iotino Sirvk* M anday reported wceltrvd r«D3rlt on low boar i oairnq _ flild fo^t. Sa^hbound boaii ircrudtc rht £«o IcuivrorKi. Crown FoInT, Ivoga Point, ftm. Nsrthbavnd boali rxm'no included !(-· Jc» ChcXwi, City of Gr*«n , Caleb H.. Lo!a H., Ch1po*^ Oj ft lalota ana* Nil ton M. Dr^cdfoot. ooncd poiirion of i W,lf-an B, Barrel!, bouid on !· M't E r « rfio Tho Jill iei of i ; A B L ' i moto end up * o m poili»oni a| 5 a.m. Podav on wsi wcirbound cl th» Inierfaoirgl Ceiysl. Thi B.-rrH woi *oi:bo'jnJ ot mil* 175 on 1h ,ral Conol. The Carol B-fnl w: 373 and L-obound on tSi In-e ccoiraF Co.icl end l!- Jimmy J».. ot m 1 918 a-*J upbow^d on the Oti'o rrvaf. Volley Towing Ccuraony'i rro'or v . !· M-II, di* at Vkksbuig at ? today rod:o#d' al 6 a.m. ot mil* tS« r»^*r Alitl'lhppi irv«r. Ihi i crv rh« Cfi i o rFv*r today bti n mllco]i W9i rftrivid. The Ciry cf Gr*ii vlllt, d.« cl 0«lra Re'in«ry In ttt.-r.tf today, /adicrd ot A c.m. a tm-U 679 XlrV, Goodman, V/*oih«ri Towing Cfl ^ony'i fc*biof, JAGj rarfl'o*d to/fy ' day tiar Alton. III., mile 2C4 on PD»( W:iHufppl rrvtr o^d 001''' A barge of itael woi be'r%g _^TM^.-. 9d9V a rh* Crt«rrv]|l» port lirmi'nat If bt LoVi ft-Quisn horbo/. lv*ry NTKNATtOKAl PARTS MUFflffi h uncomfU tionatiy guirant««d for MM LIFE of th« v*hk)« on wMcS M Plenty Of Safe Off Highway Parking Friedman Parts Co Highway 82 On The Bridge Road Thane M»H I/' B^ f\ /* W" f% KROGER an SAVE TOP VALUE STAMPS! Farm Fresh FRYER Legs Thighs Backs Necks Ib. 45c Ib. 19c Uings ------ ..... ib. 29c Smoked PORK CHOPS Donuts Plain or Sugar 50 Free Top Value Stamps Packed In Each | I Devil Food Laver ·* Vt J \rf H Sno White c c ICE MILK

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