The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 31, 1965 · Page 12
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 12

Greenville, Mississippi
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Monday, May 31, 1965
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12 Monday, May 31, '65 Delta Democrat-Times ···:·'·:*£ l- Y'N^fc kj. . Sf %$M pili n%:fijBfftjfi?3fc y?s»«ii:Lw He's Not Afraid Of The Big, Bad Wolf-Spider CI.EVEIAND -- Paul Foster doesn't worry about someone stealing his pet. It's a tarantula, and no one wants it -- not even Ihe biology department at Delta Stale College where Paul is a junior. "It may be harmless." one instructor said, "but 1 don't want anything lo do wilh il. The bite is as bad ns any bee sling, and I don't fool around with slinging bees." ists To Build A new $55,000 educational building will soon replace E m m a n u e l liaplist Church's present irune educational structure. The two story, b r i c k structure for 420 to 5DO Sunday schoolers ' *U1 be centrally heated and air conditioned with a first floor chapel-fellowship hall. Robert : Perry is pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church on Highway One Soulh. Design for the addition is by Greenville architect Terence O. Young. Liberals Vow Filibuster Try TARANTULAS, sometimes called wolf-spiders because of Ibcir hairy bodies and great size, arc generally considered deadly. But despite their half- inch fangs, they bear little danger. Paul is living proof. He still hears slight scars from a recent nip, and he didn't suffer 'rom the legendary hallucinations and wild dances supposed o sweat the poison from Ihe system. "Tarantulas make fine pets,' he says. "They can live for a year without food and three monlhs without water." "Besides," he added, "you never have to take your pet for walk." WASHINGTON (UPI) - A leader of the -Senate's liberal bloc claims that "30 senators and maybe 40" will stage a filibuster if a proposed constitutional amendment lo offset the Supreme Court's one-man, one- vote decision comes up for action. "I intend to filibuster against that proposal -- to exhaustion, if necessary," said Sen. Joseph S. Clark, D-Pa., Sunday. Ciark was challenged by his Pennsylvania colleague, Republican Sen. Hugh Scott, who supports the proposal by Senate GOP Leader Everett M. Dirksen, III., to let one house of state legislature he aportioned on a basis other than population if the state's voters approve. be- fore a Senate judiciary subcom-|sion when Dirkscn proposed mittee. A similar the Senate for weeks at Ihe end of last year's ·ause they are so easy lo find. Occasionally he tosses iier a iscarded salamander, and incc she got a real treat: a :mall mouse. S II E catches most food in he web-trap near Ihe entrance of her t u n n e l - home, but larger prey -- such as mice --she stalks ami attacks. While turn)ling about wilh the large vic- im, she paralyses it wilh venom from the fangs. Then wilh 'icr strong legs and fangs, she inaps (he victim's spine. She is not hostile, however. She will hardly ever "attack" ihe human playing wilh her. Paul was bitten when he tried lo ·rolect her from a sneeze. She was feeling her way up iii.s a i m al the time, and he cupped his hand over her to prevent his sneeze (rom frightening her. She didn't like being hemmed in; so he bit him. If she's female, she'll live abcut 20 more years (she's 10 now.) But if she is female, there are no plans for increasing the t a r a n t u l a population. "One's ough." Paul said. 1 South'* Baptists Convene Tuesday j DALLAS ( U P I ) - The South :ern Baptist Convention, the jlavgest of the nation's eight Sgroups, begins it annual meel- j i n g Tuesday and the convention's president has already Igone on record that civil rights 'will not be a major issue. Dr. Wayne Delioney, president of the Southern Baptist Convention and its 10.5 million members, said Sunday lhat the top issue during the June meeting will be missions and evangelism. Dehoney said the church's at titude to the country's racia problems would no doubt be iscussed, but that it would no: ake up a majority of the meet ng's time. drawback, cannot phys with his pet regularly. common type of tarantula found in North America, the Panamanian, dark brown and Smokey Says: regularly feeds her crickets be- AMERICA ..the Beautiful! Keep it that war Prevent forest firm! HERE AGAIN BY POPULAR DEMAND RIDE-O-RAMA JAMBOREE OF RIDES! ABRAHAM SHOPPING CENTER Behind Safcwny Store -- Hiway 1 82 E. OPEN DAILY AND NIGHTS STARTS MONDAY, MAY 24 GET YOUR RIDE DISCOUNT TICKETS FROM YOUR FAVORITE MERCHANT COME ONE COME ALL RIDES - RIDES - RIDES !! SPONSORED BY VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 448C HE WANT AUS REACH OVER .000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THAT'S THE PEASON FOR THE UICK RESUITS. It's Boys' State time ngain at Hollandale High School. Bill Turner (left) and Frilz Maxwell of Hollnndale High School weren't entirely willing last week to wail for the time to come to make the week-long trip to Jackson. Both HHS students are risinp seniors. (Staff Photo) MONDAY NIGHT S P E C I A L ! PRICES GOOD FROM 6 to 9 P.M. ONLY Regular - Gentle - Super - TON! HOME PERMANENTS Reg. $2.00 Value News From The Campus ''COLUMBIA, Tenn. - Cadet Slaff Sgt. Samuel A. Barr, son of Mrs. L. L. Uarr of 304 Dee Creek Dr., Leland, is among :lhe one hundred or more stu- I dents who graduated from the Columbia Military Academy here on May 31. COLUMBIA, Tcnn. -- Cade . F. C. lien Franklin Hand ·'son of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Han ] of 1284 Kirk Circle, Grcenvilli · iis among the one hundred or Iminre students who gradualed from the Columbia Military | Academy here May 31. COLUMBIA, Tcnn. -- Cade 2nd Lt. Richard Wayne Kellen .son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L ;Kellcms of SIS Adams Dr., I'Grcenville, is among Ihe one hundred or more students who graduated from the Colu bia Military Academy here on Monday, May 31. | BIKES FOR SALE STEVENAGE. England (UP I --Thirty bicycles found by pc 1 lice in this small town were p j on show Sunday--but not I was claimed. The cycles ·now he auctioned. I S C O U N T C E N T E R AT THE CROSSROADS HWY. B2-E. AND NO. I SOUTH Don't ask lor 'Petroleum Jelly DEMAND MORQLIN only I Get twit ._. is much I/O I lorOT Some Pet Delta State College student'Paul Foster, a biology major from Greenville, pampers his pet tarantula which measures more than five inches across. Tarantulas are not deadly, despite the comon notions surrounding them. Sally Shiilllcworth Sally Shullleworth of Indianola was one of several [\1SCW students who wove the 1965 Magnolia Chain. 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