The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 3, 1965 · Page 12
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12 Thursday, June 3, '65 Delia Democrat-Times Millsaps Policy Backed By Board : . JACKSON (UPF) -- South Mississippi Methodist . leaders, forced into a vote to censure or uphold the ' desegregation decision of Millsaps College trustees, ··Wednesday gave the trustees' action their blessing. \ The vote was considered a {test of leadership for Bishop lEdward Pcndcrgrass in the dc- fnomination which has develops* Iwidc splits along racial lines. "; -The conference, which contin- iues its meeting through Friday ialso heard a minister call for trip church to become more in- .votved in helping form society 'and voted support of the United tNaiions, participation in Unilec '.Nations Day, and support of the ifiind-raising drive for UNICEF *ea^ch Hallo\veen. { GOVi .Paiil Johnson, a Methodist^' layman, told the onnua iconference that America had a '^firm stake not only in freedom :but in religion. :;: ''When -license becomes the iliberty for anybody to do any :Jhing.at. any, time, .when free : dom from want becomes free ·;dom from work; freedom' ol worship becomes freedom from worship;.. freedom of speech be- .comes freedom from truth; free 3orn from fear becomes freedom from duty," the governor said. I Trustees of Methodist-financec .Mtllsaps College, a small, high- sly-regarded liberal arts schoo fat Jackson, announced recently : they were signing a pledge with federal officials to open the college doors to qualified Negro students. ; A group led by lay delegate ·M. P. Taylor of Raymond, proposed t h e a resolution calling f o r trustees to revoke the pledge. A group of Millsaps backers, composed of business- inen .from over the state, proposed "a counter-resolution backing the trustees, " ; The. conference's board of ed- iication- announced late Wednes- ilay it had approved the resolution supporting the trustees and failed jlp"concur in Taylor's resolution. .THE WANT ADS REACH OVER J5,«K PEOPLE EVERY DAY, ITHATS.THE REASON FOR THE iQOICK RESULTS. _ _ I WO T 3CG Narcotics Charges ROCHESTER N. Y. (UPI)The granddaughter of a millionaire Midwestern industrials and a young writer today facet charges of having a part in an interstate narcotics ring whicl supplied marijuana to college students. Freed yesterday on $10,000 bond was Susan Ryerson. 22, a private school teacher and granddaughter of Edward L. Ryerson, former chairman of Inland Steel Co.. n civic leadc: and head of a prominent Chi cago family. Also arrested in her nparl- ment here Tuesday was Pete De J.issovoy, 22, a writer am! former civil rights worker whi was arrested several times in 1963 during racial disorders in Georgia. BOTH WERE charged with possession of m a r i j u a n a and aiding and abetting the use nl narcotics. Police said a valise was found in the apartment containing high grade marijuana, several hundred seeds from the plant, and cigarette papers Arraignment was set for June 9. Rochester detective Capt. James Cavoti said postal authorities in North Carolina discov ered mail bearing n Rochester return address and they "smell cd the freshness" of a narcotic HE SAID an investigation was being conducted in several states, including Massachusetts Georgia and North Carolina. Police said the recipients of the narcotics were usually "college groups." Miss Ryerson was » seventh and eighth grade teacher at the exclusive Harley School here since September. A graduate ol Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Mass., she was also a civil rights worker and took part in Missis sippi activities in 1SS3. WOOLHORTWS JUNE TOILETRIES SALE 'Hldtten-Bodg HOME PERMANENT Sace 73c $127 plus tax T Cashmere Uouquet TALCUM POWDER Save 3Oc c plus tax 57 Curls as you waul them -gentle, regular, or super Toni with 'hidden -body.* No mix, no mess. Includes lotion, neutralizer and papers. ... all you needl The famous talc from Colgate with the fragrance everybody loves. Apply liberally after showers ... anytime. 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