The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 21, 1960 · Page 14
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 14

Greenville, Mississippi
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
Page 14
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Dolln Domocrnt-Tlmcs 14 Thursday, Jv\lv 21, 'pO Preparation Day Friday For First Baptist Bible School Preparation Day for Vacation B i b l e Friday at tho First 2:00 p.LI. Friday at the First Baptist Church. Ages 3 through 12 \\v\l meet;! each day July '5-Aujjust 5 from 8 until U a.m. July 25-2J, tho Intermediates will have * workshop each evening at 7:00. Miss Ethel McKeithen, Educational Director wilj serve as Principal, with Kenneth Forbus, Minister of Music us the Assistant. Mrs. David Riddle, will be the general pianist and Secretary. The following will serve in the various departments: NURSERY. Mesdames Toby Williams, Malcolm Parks, Leo Owens, Walter Smith, Misses Betty Gene Dickerson and Joan Duckett BEGINNER I: Mesdimes Phil Wilkinson, Jamts Webb, Don Lambert, J. P. Shepherd, Misses Harriet Pepples, Elizabeth Wilkinson, and Lynn McKellar. BEGINNER. II: M e s d » m e s Cecil.Basel, L. C. Bryant, Virgie Prestridge. Trio F o w l e r , Frank Stebbins, Misses Hughlene Hall, Tanya Tally, Sharon Pugh tnd teeth Stovall. PRIMARY I: Miss Mary Ellen Glasco, Mesdames Kenneth Forbus, Eddie Marr, Lindsey Lively Skeets Bowie, Galla Paxton, Miss Cheryl Grant. PRIMARY II: Mesdames Luzon Joiner, C. A. Hughes, D. M. nfcgers, Misses Brenda Hall, Sue Stamcs, Patricia Parrott, Ginger Mftgers, and Julia DeFreez. PRIMARY III: M e s d a m e a James Dale, G. H. King, J. L. Moffit, Travis Tanner, Jamfcj Taylor, Misses Barbara Logan, and Martha Frances Cochran. JUNIOR I: Mesdames Clarence Morris, Edward David, Claude Stuart, Ben Ferguson, Thomas Tribble, Misses Pattye Weathers and Becky Brashier. JUN'OR II: Mesdames Hoyt Nalir-. Dean SwlboW, H«l Bu-' Business Roundup Litite Gold Actually Removed From U.S.A. By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK. (AP)-About 15 tons of gold was flown this week from Toronto to New York. It rtay have been the largest shipment ever entrusted to one plane. But also it's one of the occasions! when gold actually comes in or out of this country-HKcasions that are rarer tlian most people may think. There's been much talk in recent years of the flow of gold* out of the United States. The flow talk is based on the fact that the Treasury's slock of gold is five billion dollars lower than 10 years ago. with the greatest drop] in the last three years. Most Stayi Her* But very little of that solid metal actually flowed from these shores. Most of it stays right in New York. Instead of being held by the U. S. Treasury at Ft. Knox, Ky., it has been moved six blocks from the U. S. Assay Office in lower Manhattan to the vaults of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where it is earmarked for the account of whatever foreign nation is the new owner. It is stacked in the vault in! the form of gold bar weighing about J7 pound each, valued at about $14,000. The Canadian gold came from U..: Toronto branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia. Neither that bank nor the Federal Reserve care to say why the gold was brought here. Nor does the Federal Reserve care to discuss how much geld it holds for foreign account, nor for which countries. Financial Exchange But the Federal Reserve Bank here'acts as a financial exchange! for the central banks of other na-i tlons and is probably the world's! largest depository of gold ear-i marked for such banks. | Other nations can settle their j international accounts by having the Federal Reserve Bank move the gold from one pile to another. For example, if Canada's trade balance with England is running a deficit, Canada could have the New York bank transfer the nee-, essary amount of gold from Can-! ada's account to England's. In turn, if it needed to and wanted to, England could transfer gold held here to the account of West Germany. AH the deals would take place within the vaults of the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Only occasionally is the gold itself moved lo another lam). When ihe United Stales needed for the last three years to settle its balance of payment deficits; with other nations, it trucked into lha Federal 1 Reserve vaults gold hdd in the U. S. Assay Office here. A tiutble sum of U. S. gold |j kept there, although the big hotrd U it Ft. Knox, chanan, Hilman Ijogan, Miss Mary Frances Hughes. JUNIOR III: Mesdames John Causey. Jr., Ted Khcp!it-i1. Joe' Dan IMwaru's. llainon Miller, Wnlter Ovorloy, Misses Patti Alen and Louise Wilson. JUNIOR IV: Mcrdamcs M. A.| Grccr, E. J. Smith, R. R. Mur phrcc, David Turner, G A. Mahoney, Misses Hetty Price. Gerry Ann Tnrvcr, Mary Lynn Shields. Carol Ann Harris, Jerri Tribby. Bonnie 1 Carol Hnzelmyer Historians Compile Massive Evidence Against fichmann *y EK1C GOTTGETKEU JERUSALEM 'AP) - Israeli prosecutors preparing tor (ho trial ot Adolf Eiclimann, 51, arc being nssislctl by historians wlio have compiler 1 the world's most complete librarv or anti-Semitism and Nazi war crimes. Tlie ex-Naxl colonel, charged with masterminding the slaughter of six millio.i Jews, Is unwittingly contributing to the giant records Dally Eichmann Is culled before Bureau 06 for interrogation. This bureau h a special 20-mnn police team assigned to the case after Eichmann was Iracke'J dowr In Argcitina and brought back to Israel for trial. At Ilio same time n group of Israeli txr.erl* ai:i:iaues lo supply a constant flow ul Eiduviarm ma- Icrlnl iO the bureau. These ex- ptrls on Work' War II history, with particular icfercnce to the Jewish problems, nro working in tho offirn of Yad Vashem. The organization has thousands of original doc'im^nls on persecution ot the Jews and an enormous nrcrofilm laboratory of documents used in the Nuernberg and other war crimes trlnls. Dr. Arych Kubovy, Yad Vs- hcra's ·ftainnnn, said further collection of Eichmann Material may take five more months, setting back his trial to 1961. Yad Vashem Ims been utilized before In such trials. Material n» been requested from public prosecutors In much of Europe where former Nazis wcro being tried on charges of manslaughter or murder. The office has catalogued index cards on Nazi war criminals and forms the basis for three lists of 570 ramcr o! war criminals still at large. Gather your family'round for this favorite... Golden-Fried Chic SAFEWAY Mouth-watering... that's the best word for Safeway fryers! They are loaded with juicy, tender meat that practically melts in your mouth. And, mm'm. .the flavorl You see, Safeway fryers are specially bred and raised to be more plump all over with meat so delicious, your taste buds immediately tell you,"Here's chicken that's really good!" U.S.D.A. Grade 'A' Fancy Fryer Parts Thighs 59" Breasts Lb. o Lb. Legs 53c U. S. Grade A... the famous fine quality fryers you always find ot Sofewayl Spotlessly clean, ready io fry, broil, grill or for ihe rotisseriel Whole Fryers Lb. Prices Effective Through Saturday it Safeway! Sliced Bacon Agar Brand No. 1 Bacon FREE 350 Extra Gold Bond Stamps No Coupons Needed With Purchase Of A Meat Pies M'r 1 ..... 4 £. ^Curtsy Cake Beef Watermelon Straw While or Popular Colors 40 Bags of Groceries TO BE GIVEN AWAY ·« SAFEWAY Friday Saturday July 22nd and 23rd Veal Steaks S Heims Sausage Canadian Bacon ByVepfcU ^.880 Leg-0-Lamb Pure Pork Lb. 43c Li, 89c Lam b Chops Lamb Roast ' * c e s r o « r R o a 5 t b 89c ,.49c Bel-Air Fresh Frozen 3 16 0. $1 Tins I Bartiett Pears Fresh New Crop California Bartletts Lb, m 0 U Fruit Cocktail jell Well Gelatin * A i Busy Baker Cookies Cragmont Beverages n"± d 6 'T^ 59c Polalo Chips G^OM Twin Pack 59c Salad Dressing Look at This Low, Low Price at Safeway Pork Beans 4 C REDGRAPESvaS L,29 C FRESHPEACHESv^ST.. 5 L B ,49 C ·CRISP C3ELERYS1LSK =*. 17 c CELLO CARROTS S« ... 2i£ 25 c FRESH PLUMS $£*"?. ». 27 C BELL PEPPERS SS u . 15 C YELLOW ONIONS £31, 5 TM29 C FRESH CABBAGE F S LB . 8 C Pie Cherries T ° wnH °" 50 12 Tins $1,00 Pie Ready 2 Tins 39C Iced Tea Blend jffa A 59c Peanut Butter R^Siunk 'S? 49c Mrs. Wright's Bread I 2 16 Oz. Loaf · We Reserve the Right to Limit Purchases · N A B I S C O Cracker fl'/a OZ. 1 Q C Meal PKG. 1" R E Y N O L D S Foil 25 FT. Q1 C Wrap ROLL 01 A R G O Corn LB. 1 rj C Starch PKG. 1 / Z E S T Toilet 9 BATH ........ L Soap BARS S C O T K I N S 2 50 CT. 09 i BOXES 00 Lucerne Family Napkins SHERBET Sr: S£f69 c Corn Flakes B A B Y M E A T S BOXES Swift's 9 3% OZ. AQC Asstd L JARS t.7 H E I N Z Hot Tomato A 12 OZ. S 1 Ketchup .... TT BOT.S 1 O X Y D O L All Purpose Detergent 69 c POSTTOASTIES 2 CROWDERPEAStlS^s PIMENTOS; New POTATOES ) SunsMni Sliced New Hunlj Whola TOMATOES G Q± ys l d8 , Condi Brand IDc Off Deal O 2 0 Z . O Q C L JARS U3 3M TINS 10 J.U 8 100 PIZZA MIX S GRATED TUNA I TINS 18 OZ. , PKG. K % S J TINS ! Z 39 C 1 LARGE DOXES Showboat RICE GENTLE BLEACHES Medium Grain .. q IB. one O BAG Ot/ ?31 C

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