The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 3, 1965 · Page 23
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 23

Greenville, Mississippi
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
Page 23
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Limit Ont . 39 C Dozen Ears FANCY TOMATOESsS 116 '^25° RED POTATOES Delia Democrat-Times Thursday, June 3, '65 23 Two Towns In South Contrasted Dy AL KUETTNER United Press International Two little lowns - Brandon, Miss., population 2,800 and "rawfardville, Ga., population l.COO -- provide sharp contrasts in the way civil rights problems are sometimes handled. 1 · The people of Brandon, a farming town 20 miles east of Jackson, never thought their community would provide perhaps the nation's best example of how lo deflate a racial demonstration. The people of Crawfordville figures their town was about ihe most unlikely spot in Georgia for a racial demonstra- ion. * * * SOME'TOWNS that are much bipger than Brandon -- .and much less successful in dealing wilh racial grievances -- might study what happened last week. Remnants of the Council of Federated Organizations, Ihe j i 19frl Mississippi summer project outfit, pulled a "little Selma" march from the Fannin community to Brandon, a distance of 15 miles. On a bright spring j Saturday morning, the app'oxi- |! malely 250 marchers reached their destination, a town they had been led to believe might prove hostile. Instead, they were greeted warmly by the mayor, Ihe sheriff and the court clerk, all of I! whom listened attentively to a 'long list of grievances advanced ! | by tha civil rights people. Th« ''demonstrators were invited to use Ihe courtroom which soon rang with "freedom songs." On this high note, the demonstration folded up more quickly than it had started. The only marring factor was an omnious leaflet, distributed over the name of "ihe courtesy committee for community rights," a I group no one in tqwn seems to know about. It urged protection lot private property and sug- · gcstcd: ". . .Prepare to protect your own property with your own .Shoot them (Negroes) PURPLE HULL PEAS Lb. ) Lb- 7QC J Bag 4«/ 25 c TURNIP GREENS £r tard 2 L*. 25 c if you have lo. * » · i THE Brandon story is emerg- ling as somewhat, typical for| mat of how Mississippi towns are dealing with racial troubles. There are reports that Gnv. Paul Johnson's administration is promoting the low key ap- roach. Crawfordville is the county scat of Taliaferro (pronounced Tolliver) County, an area of Georgia that was bypassed by Sherman's march to the sea iixl thus presents to modern imcs some excellent examples )f ante-bellum architecture. Voter registration -- often the ever of civil rights campaigns -- is no problem in the county. Almost eight out of 10 elgible Negroes were registered to vote. All was tranquil. Trouble came lo Crawfordville, a town with more Negroes han whites, when six Negro eachers were dismissed. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference contended the firings were because of civil rights activity. SEEKING outlets for grievances, Negroes moved against -.the Liberty cafe, the town's only business that comes under the public accommodations section of the Civil Rights Act. Mrs. C. E. Bonner, who operated separate eating sections for white and Negro customers and fed them all from the same pot, closed up when the demonstrations began. Town officials have leaned over backward to avoid mass arrests or any incident that would turn Crawfordville into another hot-spot of the race movement. So far, movement leaders have been unable to mount anything like a major ampaign. The most shaking result so ar is the closing of Ihe Liberty afe. Mrs. Bonner had the con- ract lo feed prisoners at the ocal jail -- also from the s^fni not that fed her best customers. low jail inmates get whatever ood can be found in town, ncluding bologna sandwiches rom the grocery store. JUICY ORANGES c v a £± 2 Lta .29 c WINESAP APPLES ^U ri = s i,, 15 c · We Reserve The Right To Limit Purchases And Do Not Sell To Other Merchants for r SAFIWAY GIVEN LTITLE CHANCE WASHINGTON (UP1) - A tale Department for Eastern iffairs expert sees little chanca hat Peking will permit U.S. newsmen into Red China in tht mmediate future. Marshall Green, now deputy asislant secretary of state for Far Eastern aflairs, was questioned on Red CKna Tuesday at a hearing by the Scnats Foreign Relations Committee on his nomination to be ambassador to Indonesia. He said the Red Chinese. wer« "taking a completely intrant gent" altitude on the question, possibly because the presence of Americans might undermir* their intense "hat* Anwric** pcvaganda campaign at home.

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