The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 22, 1960 · Page 2
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Delta Democrat-Times 2 Friday. July 22, '60 Soviel - - - CUSTOM MADE "SEAT COVERS" Also Furnitura Upholstery A-l Upholstery ACCOUNTS COLLECTED O'Hnnnon - · Collection Bureau WE SELL IT If you a re a careful driver, you can gftt the manay-savtnbenefilsol this new packaga policy wllh con* linuous protection, payable every six months; Immed'ile dsUvary of policy; (ait-fair claims service: written in one of America'! reading companies ladflrnnJly Insurance Campenyof North America, Aik MS abcut the low rates. R. H. LAKE AGENCY (Continued from "page one) ,,'. them," the statement said. Specific Violation The State Department said Ihe aerial photography specifically violated regulations put into elfect Jan. 19, 1955. This barred all photography and sketching of anything resembling intelligence targets by Soviet diplomats. The regulation were put into effect because Moscow had slapped similar restrictions on foreigners. State Department press officer Lincoln White told newsmen he does not necessarily expect the Soviet Union will retaliate by expelling an American diplomat in Moscow. Slate Legion Head Will install Here Cleveland Davis, Itta Bena at- i oniey and newly-elected slate Jimmander of the Mississippi : Department ol the American Le- -gion, will install new officers of the local post of the Legion al joint installation ceremonies wilh the Auxiliary unit of the post at I Legion Home Saturday night at 8. Commander Davis is well known at Greenville, having visit cd the local post of the Legion on several occasions while serv- iing as North Commander. | Tell South's Story I I JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Mis- .sissippi's Stale Sovereignty Com- · mission is organizing a campaign to acquaint northerners with the Soulh's segregation story. Gov. Ross Barnett, ex-oUicio chairman or the commission, yes- lerday pointed out that speakers will be available without charge for clubs and other organizations in the nation. Films on harmonious racial relations in Ihe slate also will be -.listributed for speaking engagements "and television. JffiW ASSISTANT HOME AGENT-Cliarleen Draddoek is Washington County'swvTJsist^t home demonstration agent. Sh« joins the Extension Service staff replacing Ooida Brady who stepped up to home demonstration agent of Humphreys County, moving to Behoni. Miss Braddock u a native of R.pley, Miss., where she was a 4-11 Club member. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Braddock, sfiU live on a farm near Ripley. She is a graduale^t Mississippi Stale College for Women with a major in home economic.? edpcalKms. She said she was looking forward (o the beginning of the f H Club year in late September so she cocld meet the boys and girls she will he working'wilh. (Sun Pholo) Rites Sunday For J. C. Smith Services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 for Junious C. "Sambo"- Smith,, who died Sunday night at the General Hospital after a long illness. He w^s a World War I veteran and the son of the late Mrs. Lizzie Smith. The Rev. L. I. Young will officiate at the Revels Memorial Methodist Church and burial will be in the Delta Memorial Garden, Dillon Steverson Funeral Home in charge. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Erie Smith";- four children, two sisters, a brother, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Lum Rites Set For Sunday Funeral services for Mrs. Joe Bow Lum, wife of a retired Glen Allan merchant, will be conducted at A p.m. Sunday at the chapel of Wells Funeral home by the Rev. J. R. Alford. minister of the Chinese Baptist mission here. Burial will be in the Chinese Cemetery here. Mrs. Lum died at 2:15 Thursday in General Hospital. She was admitted to Ihe hospital one day before hec death. She was 68. Bom in Canton, China, she came (o Ihe United Stales eight years ago. She lived with her daughter in Greenville, Mrs. Robert Seid, at the time of her death. Sho leaves her husband; t w o sons, Joe Bow Lum of Greenville and Thomas Lum of Hous- lon, Texas: and four daughters. Mrs. Yok Moy of Canton, China, Mrs. Thomas Lum of Greenville, Mrs. Harry Hugh of Charleston and Mrs. Robert Seid of Greenville. Training School Head is Fired COLUMBIA, Miss. (AP)iT.toyd McGebee, former Columbia businessman and a supporter of Gov. Ross Barnetl, will replace L. W. Rowee as superintendent of Columbia Training School Aug. 1 Rowee. who was appointed three years ago by former Gov. J. P. Coleman. was fired ye day by the school's boarc trustees. He ssid he had been dismissed for "political" reasons. Chairman Dr. C. P. Crenshaw of Collin. said the board "had decided to mnke a change," but gave no other explanation. McGebee is now on the staff of the state penitentiary at Parchman, where he heads the livestock department. Is Your Watch Ashamed .To Show Its Face? SEARS HOE1IU.CK AND CO . yester- rd ol ONE DAY ONLY Dollar Day Special Nylon Watch Bands Reg. « S I 00 $1.00 ea. for I · SFARS Shop Saturday »-9 - Da2y I-5:M Greenville, HIM., Ph. ED 2-7311 517 Washington GOP Opposition Forms To Block Lodge Nomination Ry JACK BELL CHICAGO (AP) - Conservative Republicans raised echoes of the 1952 Tail-Eisenhower battle today in opposition to the possible choice of Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. « 'he GOP vice presiden tal candidate. Lodge, now serving as United Nations ambassador, is rcportr high up on a brief personal list from which Vice President Richard M. Nixon plans to choose his running mate, provided all goes well and Nixon gets the presidential nomination he expects. Among the practical politicians gelhering here for ne-it week's week's convention there is no shadow of a doubt that once Nixon has named his man the, is named. He said his was based ureenville Negro Cited As Hero By Carnegie Group . A Grecnvillc Ne B" on opposircn to Lodge's so-called }TM^Mississippitns:-to be cited intemationnlirf mW« for individual acts of heroism that J . . , . ... I » t * I W H £ L T U I U L O 1IC IKUIICTU ^C delegates m the end will accept Republican Leader EveraU is lime left to influence Nixon's judgment. Strong Opposition In this connection Rep, B, Carroll Recce, Tennessee stale chairman, said lie has found strong opposition among backers of the late Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio to having Lodge on the ticket. Reece said the Taft men, who still form a considerable wing of the party, have tabbed Lodge as the originator of the Texas delegate "steal" charges that were used by President Eisenhower's associates in the 1952 convention maneuvering. Ralph F. Gates, Indiana national cummilteeman, said he has been told that the Republican ticket might lose some important midland newspaper support if Lodge internationalist views. Booming Morton John T. Diedertch, Kentucky committecman, is booming home- slater Sen. Thmston B. Morion, (he GOP national chairman, for second place on the ticket. Die- derlch said he had encountered oppositxr to Lodge from soms Taft Republicans. Some Midwesterners are opposing the choice of either Lodge or Morton. The contend the election may turn on how the midland states go, and they want one of heir own on the ticket with Nixon. Among others he named Senate M. Arends Along The Riverfront After dropping a chemical barge at the Marine Welding and Repair Works Thursday for repair. Brent Towing Company's motor vessel. Jimmy Jr., was moving downriver today and reported at 5 a. m. at mile 412 on tho lower Mississippi. of Illinois, House GOP Leadei harles Halleck of Indiana. Secretary of Interior Fred A. Seaton, Rep. Gerald R. Ford Jr. of Michi of the budget and a Chicagoan. saved the lives of five per»ons It was announced in Pittsburgh Pa. today, according to the As sociated Preu. The Carnegie Hero Fund Com mission yesterday awarded bronze medals to Ray C. Gourrag*. 37, Meridian Negro; Joseph B. Pickett, also 37, of Pope; and Robert Waller, 48, Greenville Negro. Bourrage was credited with saving three men from * burn: ing automobile In Meridian in December, 1959. Pickett was cited for pulling a woman out of the cab of her pickup truck which had stalled on a railroad intersection, seconds before a locomotive smashed into the vehicle. Waller saved a man whose hand was caught in the feed rollers of a cotton gin. - prviicri Ih* Jill i ol Birit icwbooil . . Wniicn, m '«· 6C6 c-vd _ Iriie'cooital Cnnal; Bff m-l-a 615 and nerlhbo-nd O- Wiriiipo-; Orel Br«nt, wtr- oouna a i rr-ife 170 on the In'ertoaiial Corn'.-, and Baibara Bren», cJo-A.1-bound --'- "* -- ' L - uoeer MiulnipDl rtvei :V EciVi.-^, of 1i« jny, said tixfcy ! mrl, Ilia Marie, |uit bf'c* Cop Port rodk*d Fro Giradecu. Towir-s Corrpony ink! today pa......... of ihiir fawbcafi, radiced lo ihe offic* -trt. *«/* ar 1K« fallowing polnti .lilo _ Corl D. rixxi/vJ Caltma Oh'o rivet. D. nilt A34 en rV, Gooa"-r«n, W«cihtn Tcwln? Co- 'I rrxifcr vctitl. JAO. cadged . m. today at :!-· lll : ro:i-.V,-«|iii"D ' 479 en ^e wppir M-«in o JoSn Cor. of I^t Airtvrcan Rivtr llr.ts, id today rh» ccrrpany't r-cfor vmtl, illio-n B. Bom en, rcdicetf Tc-tJov a- ..-inwi C.., and -ill to lcad- 9 ca'gc 1r*T« iKii c'urno-cn. ··vfuJov cofy a »·« bcn-i rod'otd i petition whll» caning Wa.fifld. Fort Dtstorrv boomed B rrmai* i)-« .._. rvo'f^bo'-'rKf. Souihbci;-vi boati included |S» Boyoo Lfrohn-e, fort Jcci.»;x\ 'c!trbug and Jimr-./ Jr, Grttnv.lli Iff^-rnq Corr-DQ«y"i rvoSci rtifl. Walter V/ili:ar-.ion, rad^fd al c. m. !odcy . _.. |Ht uaofr · i. Tr-a Eft MeCccF nt 5 270 on iK» OS'o , M'u ipcr:«d _ - - af CarutV«Tv;ilf, My., ol 6 j m. fodav, ValJur Towlna Cor-c- 1 "^"' ·"-· wrn*l, OJ Min, n?d:cfH at r nor;?-bound on tha ltr*et Mi t.-. FKn dr/ cf G.-esnvil!^ r. Sf.« i^oi d«fc!rg ct ih« Hvxnb't Oil ·c-V dotfc in rh« viclr.i-y of Port or. to,, crxf the Vaflo red'efd al 531 en ihe Ch^o ilvtr. _-lS M. and M. tcwbso'i wcr« rxjrrh- »u-xf lodav wi th* upot/ Miiiin'pDi f |v- Ih« Ittry Sut rod otd of r-.''t ] 55 )!-» Le'n Jen* o: nil* i/l. .. wo i ciobabU rf-a De\ta Tc*ina Cflr-rwrY'i rro'cr Ytiiel. tl '.a D*3n t:«J uo li Thfl lnV» tt-fjiM, ho-bor fsds/ rr^t leave M;r*dcrr. Fh« cyrixs-/'* T-w- bcat Jo-T.ef rod'-etd or 6 o r- r.'. rr i« " n S o-^d uob^und on the Oh'o 'r^'i'. SoulhMusf -- (Continued from page one) merely integration - segregation, is a fighl for a return to constitutional government. Sullivan, who is a district attorney in Northwest Mississippi, was introduced by Chancery Judge S. B. Thomas. 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Food prices--Mainly fresh fruits and pork--contributed virtually I the rsie, the department said,la all the rise, the department said, but gasoline prices helped provide an upward shove. The consumer price i n d e x reached a level of 126.5 per cent of the 1947-49 average. This was two piints higher than a year ago and, in percentage terms, repre- HOniZONTAL 1. kind of boat 4. asterisk 8. at a distance 12, topaz hummingbird 1J. VIP in Yugoslavia 1». uncommon 35. by 18. town -In Iowa 17. Peruvian Indian 38. p»rt (oolloq.) 20. promontory 23. ih* gires wttggt 34.teet*r SZ. wife of Jacob 55. river in Italy 67. goddess of harvest 68. wide- mouthed Jar 59. canvaa shelter 60. large caak 61. deep holes 62. female Bheep S3. land, measure VERTICAt! 1. bugle call 2. lining of the Iris 3. plkelikt fiJh 4. remained 5. Tiny 6. solar disk 7. War of the 8. gotten up 9. ardent supporter (colloq.) 10. curve 11. the turmeric IB. personal pronoun 7-2Z Jl,o«an 33. new: comb, form 2f.lateral boundary S6.wingllka 27. marrl» 28. Roman ro4 39. Venui de 30. Hheme 31. enUtle 35. dancer's cymbelj S8. former Turkish generals 89. lummer (rr.) Answer to pu«l.. 32. old- womanish 38. i warne Si on strilte 3«. father 37. run away aocrcUy 40. Australian wombata i. revolve 4fi, The Lion 46. dispatch IB. analyze grammatically Arrnfc tlm* «( ·clvtJom: U mlavte*. (O 1960, Kins FutUTei Srnd.. Int 4*. growing out 47. famous name of theataga 49. ecclealai- Ucal court 50. goad 51. serf 52. cut off abort 53. inventor Whitney 54. high, In music 66. znarlner'x direction (abbr.) 4r Watch polo Saturday and Sunday at Germanfown k Explore the reconstructed Indian Village, Chucalissa A- It's always fun for the kiddies at the Fairgrounds it Visit fabulous Lakeland ·k Enjoy an evening in a lovely supper club if Be amazed at the collection made from Berry Brooks' safaris at the Pink Palace if Enjoy the free concerts Tuesday in Overton Park Shell THE CHISCA, RIGHT DOWNTOWN, IS THE CENTER FOR ALL YOUR ACTIVITIES. BKING THE FAMILY: NO CHARGE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12. FOR CHISCA GUESTS: FREE PARKING AT MAIN LINDEN H O T E L t h i s c a Delta Farm Weather Some Chance Of Late Showers STONEVILLE--Isolated Ihundershowers occurred yesterday In llw Delta. Radar al Jackson indicated Isolated thundershowers in (he southern part of the Dells la the late afternoon ·nd c«rlv evening. Greenwood reported I.U inches, Tunica, a tnet, Cleveland M of an inch with heavier showers to Ihe north, Ro«eUle ,»7, Swan Lake .27, Belwni trace, Scott .26 and Clarludafe .12. Two Inch toil temperatures this morning were, Rolling Fork 8* and ClarVsdalc 78. High temperatures yesterday ranged from W t« » and lows from M to It. The forecast for the Delta indicates little change through Sunday with · chance ol afternoon (hundershowcrs, (he Weather Bureau said. UiHn H OtHm lam Wntfof, rocfl. HaMin WDOT, Olol », r,V), liiJI «nd «i» sented a drop in the buying power of the dollar of more than l/2 cents in the past 12 months. Some 600,000 workers will receive wage boosts under escalator wage contracts which compensate for climbing living costs. Nr» Stoic* . CEMETERY LOTS Fx loll Grcenvillo Cemetery Main Skill MR« ID 2-1)31 Md. TtoKH Mnrv Jetto COLOR- i MIXING MACHINE Phone ED 24149 DRIVE 7 MILES Save 20% On FURNITURE CHOATES FURNITURE MART wn. JJ6 Ulr.' Make your vacation a real holiday. 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