The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 2
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Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
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Delia Democrat-Times 2 Sunday, June 6, '65 iO'Brien Named fCommander | Of legion Post Capt. Thomas V. O'Brien of *he Greenville Police Department has been elected commander of Beppo Arnoki-Know- Jes post of the American Legion. Capt. O'Brien, who served as last op- BOGALUSA. junmen Friday .imcs into the chief criminal deputy sheriff i n ' h i g h w a y k i l l i n g Wednesday racially-troubled Rogalusa, push-jnight of Negro Sheriff's Deputy Cowboy-clad peace officers ng federal, slalc and parish O'Neal Moore. Holiday is while, traced trails Saturday ci (county) investigators dual manhunt. A f t e r the shots we ssecond vice - commander "year, was elected without "-position by the post at its Thurs- ^Jday night election of officers. S Other officers elected include JJGeorge Dudula and Charles ·JDavenport, first and second vice jjrommanders respectively; "George Edwards, adjutant; -Clive Metcalfe, re-elected fi- ^Jiance officer; J. W. Mock, chap :;lain; Fred Krutz, historian; .'\Jiriftny -Edwards and Julius jJKopesky, executive committee- jjiicn; Robert Sanders, R. B. jjlohnsbn, Bill Killebrew, Mclvin Elmer Ray, C. M. Mak- gimson, sergeants at I * * Bogalusa Gunmen Sought In Manhunt I LH. (UPI) -- Holiday is second in com- 1 night fired six mand to Sheriff Dormaii Crowe home of the in the parish investigation of the into n THE fircd.;agents. Washington P a r i s h Dcpulyiand investigators -- F B I slale police and Crowe deputies -- row were Doyle Holiday or members ofjengaged in (wo manhunts. For his family answered a numberiMoore's killer nnd ilic gunmen of telephone calls. One caller!who shot up Holiday's home, asked Holiday's 14-year-old son,| "Did we hil you?" No one was hit. Dance Recital Set Friday There will be a mad-mad world Friday evening at the Greenville High School auditorium. It will be the annual show ol the Almyra "Mikie" Jackson Negro pickets again appeared at downtown Bogalusa stores Saturday, continuing demonstrations for better public services and job opportunities. The downtown area was crowded with Saturday shoppers. Police kept a close watch. The pickets left al noon. Moore was killed by a shotgun blast fired from a black pickup truck which overtook his with ·^ CAPT. O'Brien and other 'newly - elected officers will be installed by the post at its meeting nnd banquet. will succeed Gaylc who has headed the during the past year. Greenville post, one of dancers and wi I include mod- , , , · . j j ijatrol asz, classical and modem . , - i ;nesciay ballet and character dancing byl,-. . the Jackson studio sludents. !^, The show, entitled "Mad Mad - Mad - Mad World," will; Ii"«st consisl of four scenes divided jBosalusa. was arrested in Ty :ar mi Louisiana 21 Wed- niglil. Negro Depuly Rogers, riding wai wounded. Killer Of 8 Is Stalked Following Bloody Holdup BIG SPRINGS, Neb. (UP1)- rs re- carved jy buffalo, longhorns. miners and Mormons in a rain-spattered search for a sadistic bank jandil who killed three persons and shol a fourth in Ihe back. The tall, soil-spoken killer wns believed to be hiding some- vhere in (he rolling wheat and cattle counlry of this high plains approach tn the Rockies. He was being stalked by po- icc from Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming and Colorado along roads winding about the South Platle River. His only surviving victim, [·'ranklin Kjcldgaard, 25, was Battling for his life in a Denver, Colo., hospital. irom the scene of carnage. Franklin Kjeldgaard, in critical condition, told police the gunman "didn't even act ough" before he squeezed off eight carefully aimed shots into the backs of his spreadeagled victims. *· + * During the night, police completed a careful house by house search through this town of 50 persons -- a town where nothing much has happened sii outlaw Sam Bass' "Great train robbery" of 1877 in which $60,000 in go!d coins was taken Kjelrlganrd's 77, president uncle. of the Andreas, Farmers Stale Bank, was among the dead. So were bank cashiers Clcn Hendrickson, 53. And Mrs. i.ois Ann Hothan. 35, widowed c state's largest Saturday had a ership of 1,115, time last year. R. McFJvccn, 41, ^ ol m o t h f t r ot , wo , he ^ other into two acts. Tickets are available from participants, at the studio, at Bill Daves Drug Store and from members of the East Greenville Kiwanis Club. They are $1.25 for adults advance and $1.50 for adults at the door box office. Children admission is 75 cents. " DIABETES " . Dr. Paul E. Maxwell . A Menace lerlown. Miss., shortly a f l e r the shouting ami c h a r g e d with Moore's murder. He waived ex tradition and was relumed lo the Franklinlon, La., jail Fri day. + · * * BUT invosligalors assumed at least three men were in the pickup (ruck, one driving, firing a rifle and another firing a shotgun. Jn Friday .car drov night's incident, a g "Diabetes" takes the lives of /Bbout 28,000 Americana each :J-car. The people who surfer ;Jrom it arc almost countless. iaVhat is it? Tho type of which pre are writing is known u ^fSugar Diabetes." Normally there is approximately one- tenth of one per cent sugar In the blood stream. Blood sugar .IK kept at normal level by the rthemical called insulin. The Jyanerras normally forma the ; heraical called insulin. When · he pancreas is not forming rough insulin, there) Is cxces- Jve sugar in, the blood Btream. ·erne of the excessive sugar is 1 Ucred through the kidneys and * i passed in the urine. The Chiropractic approach' to i condition of Diabetes, is based .lipon the fact that the action of .the Pancreas, in forming insulin. Is controlled by impulses over Serves. The power which ia behind the manufacture of insulin in the pancreas is nerve force. If action ii faulty, the nerve i MAXWELL force which cnverns the action .the art interference in the normal quantity of nerve force which supplies the pancreas with its working vitality. Locating tho exact point of interference on the nerves supplying the pancreas and releasing that interference to transmission, permits a normal quantity of nerve force to bo restored to the cells which manufacture, insulin. With normal insulin supply, sufrar Is chemically converted to the needs of the body cells--it then is absent from the blood--and the kidneys are not burdened eliminating it in the urine. Many thousands of people arc firrateful to Chiro- E ractic for the improvement it as effected in diabetes. -house, about lo the Holiday 100 yards from roadway, and occupanls fired six small-caliber b inlo it. Holiday, his wife Bonnie and their 14-year-old son, Doug, were nt home. Shortly after the car left, telephone calls began pouring into Ihe Holiday home. One caller asked Doug: Did we hit you and laughed. The youth said the cvnller sounded like a teen-ager He and others in (he family ap-i You Mny Not Need Chiropractic But You Owe It To Yourself To Know. CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC . THOMAS SHOPPING CENTER - PHONE 332-2M2 bank time employes on duty at of Friday's holdup. A SPOKESMAN for the American Bankers Association said New York the cold blooded shootings in the JI.500 robbery were the "bloodiest in modern day'* bank holdups. The gunman was described by witness Oflo Mauser as ran a Union Pacific train at the Big Springs depot. That manhunt ended in death for two members of the Bass gang. *· * * SATURDAY'S manhunt was hampered by drought-breaking rains which closed several roads the area and grounded six search planes. The search for the killer was area since when red- the greatest in this the winter of 1958, haired Charles Starkweather, kilk-r of 11 persons, was loose. Starkweather was captured in Wyoming, northwest of here. Harvard Anthropologist Visits Indian Mounds If you've been wondering if that piece of Indian pottery or those arrowheads or other artifacts are genuine, bring them to the museum the Winterville Mounds artilactistruclion at system will also be there. They'l be asking Deltans to consider loaning artifacts for display in about about 35 years old, weighing 170 pounds, and S feet inches tall. He wore a blue suit carried offered a brief case when Mauser a polite parcntly were told agents not lo discuss Silverless Coins Cited As "Sensible" WEST HARWICH, M a s s (UPI)--The executive vice pres- execulive ident of Ihe American Bankers Association said Saturday that [lie Johnson administration's proposal to eliminate the use of silver in dimes mid quarters was a "sensible and permanent solution lo the coin shortage." and he "How do you do?" as he strode Funerals Obituaries T. J. Lockler Sr. Funeral services for Thomas Jefferson Lockler Sr., 72, of 903 Dallriva SI., a retired farmer, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday at the chapel of Nation- "j"' v pjjil"! Funeral Home by Ihe Rev. Ihe calls P'' ^' ^ r ' ce °t Gospel Assembly 'jChurch. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Lockler died in King's Daughters Hospital al noon ·"riday after an illness al the io.spi(al of one week. meeling Monday evening at Ihe Greenville police station courtroom. Stephen Williams, associate professor of anthropology at Harvard University and a spe- alist in fndians of the Ameri- Scutheasl, will be there to xamine local artifacts. Members of the local adviso- commitlee to the state park Wheat Support 'rices Are Sei Price support loan and pur- iase rate for lD65crop wheat Mississippi will be 1.29 per ushel according to John Mari i Dean, chairman of the 'ashington Agricultural Sta- lization and Conservation xinty committee. Loan rates are subject to ad- stmenl, he said, for premium nd discounts in determining dividual producer loans, de- ndrng on the grade and quali- of the producer's wheat col- teral. Now you can have your own leisure cottage... custom built on your favorite money down.,, easy terms...wide selection o! models and interior finish options. for fun-loving Jim Waller invllei you to send for a free brothur* of colorfully illustrated models that are a delight to ehooie from. You'll bs glad you took the time. Why not plan on ipending the summer in your own leisure cottage/ custom buill by Jim Waller. a Mov]» Dllrount Card f»r SI ex' M A*nlttd l« tfi* Pcfomovnt Thcari* ftr Only 10 With Thli Colt Collect or Write Today! INTITLES STUDENTS TO SAVING! OF CINSIAUY 404 ON FACH A T T R A C T I O N . on yovr bwi'efcrg and lir.cftorg p'c VII AKE 0?IM S U N D A r S GREENVILLE, MISS. 25)5 Hwy. 82 East P. 0. Box 5331 Phone: ED 2-8702 TlTtpW. I M/ prop.'V 'I l«o'cd H Cajrty. BORN IN Noxubee County, ie had lived in Greenville 20 'ears. He was a veteran of World War I.. He leaves his widow, Mrs. rtamie L. Lockler; two daugh- ers, Mrs. Alice L. Nicholson of Jrcenville. Mrs. Irii B. Meyer- itt of Midway City, Cal.; two sons, Thomas J. Lockler of Greenville and Billy D. Lockler if Pasadena, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Rufus Sheperd of Macon and Mrs. T. E. Mullen of Wilmington, N. C., three brotherSj V. Lockler of Brooksville, *. S. Lockler of Columbus am Joe Lockler of Mobile, Mist. He also leaves 19 grandchildren. The active pallbearer! include 0. B. Dodd. J. C. Dobbins J. F. Yeager, Dill Rochell, Virgil Thomhill and William Weed. Hairston Infant Graveside services for the in fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerr Wayne Hairston of Greenville are scheduled for 3 p.m. today at Ihe Hollandale Cemetery. They will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Waldon of Ihe Assem bly of God Church. The child wax dead al bin] Friday. In addition to his par ents, he is survived by his grandmothers Mrs. James R. Hairston of Greenville and Mrs Buck Carroll of Hollandale. Wells Funeral Home is in charge. * STUDENT MOVIE * DISCOUNT be available to participants''if icy reduce their wheat acre;e at least 10 per cent below e farm allotment and devote e acreage to conserving uses, re worth 75 cents a bushel for ie domestic portion of the rm's wheat crop (based on 45 »r cent of the normal produc on of the wheat acreage) and M cents a bushel on the export ortion (based on 35 per cent). Dean noted (hat three gener- changes are made in the rice support rale schedules the 1965-crop wheat. They eal with terminal rale adjust- soon the under con- Winterville The chairman explained thai is support will be available to growers whose production ays within their 1965 wheat al- ments and who carry out ofh- provisions of the program, anticipating in the program lalifies them for price support an5 and purchases and for arketing certificates. Diversion payments will also ents, discontinuance of edimelation tests, and a the read ustment of other premium ant iscount schedules. Mounds Stale Park. The meeting is at 7:30. Williams has been working similar sites in the lower Mis sissippi V-illey for the past 1 years. He arrived in Greenvill Saturday to examine privatel; owned artifacts available for display in the museum. "You can do a lot with pic- lures, maps and charts," Will! anis said. "But you also mus have some hardgoods to tell thi story of Indian history in thi; area. "We know of no large collec tions presently available to stock the museum so it be up to the amateur collector to donate or loan his pieces for the Williams, a professional consultant to (he National Park Service, recently recommended :he Wintervilte site as one of wo dozen in the southeastern United Stales "considered of significance in telling the story if America's past." Of those sites, only one other, at Poveriy Point in northeast jisiana, is presently being reserved. He worked at Ihe Lake George sile near Holly Bluff in 1958-1960. The site there is comparable in many ways to the Winterville site but no efforts have been made to preserve the site." he said. "When completed, the Winterville Mounds Park should be a real tourist attraction. Similar News Briefs PIERALISI IS GRAND KNIGHT John Pieralisi was elected Grand Knight of the Lchnd Knights of Columbus this week. He succeeds Mike Columbus who was elected an a three year trustee of the organization. Also elected by thi group wen Tony Bariolt, deputy grand knight; Charles Carollo Jr., chancellor; John Carolto recorder and Charles Morlino, treasurer. Also Philip Greco, advocate; Tommy Pierce, warden; Earl Stadelbadwr, inside guard; and Jimmy Giachelli, outside guard. The Rev. Francis G. Reid was re-appointed chaplain. TREATED AFTER ACCIDENT Billy Chandler, 13, and Sammy Chandler, of Vardsman were being treated Saturday in Kings Daughters Hospital for injuries received in an automobile accident Friday near Drew. Sammy suffered a mild concussion and Billy, a fratured right leg and multiple bruises. They arc the ions of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Chandler of Vardaman. THREE ON ARTHRITIS BOARD Three Greenvillianj have been named to the board of directors of the Mississippi chapter of the Arthritis Foundation for 196W6. They are; William Rode. Douglas Abraham, Mrs. Peter Watzek, and SHAW CHILD INJURED SHAW - Mike Bailey, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey Shaw, was reported in good condition Saturday in King's Daugl ters Hospital. The boy was injured Friday afternoon when an automobile knocked him from his tricyle near his home. He suffered a fractured right leg, lacerations of the scalp, and multiple abrasions. MASONIC DEGREES MONDAY Greenville Lodge of Masons will confer the Master Mason's degree on two candidates, Sam H. Bussey and Larry James, Monday at 7 p.m. at tht Masonic Temple. Subscription IUtw The Delta Democrat - Time* Published every afternoon (except Saturday) and Sunday by: Tho Times Publishing Co., Ml Main St., Greenville, Miss. Delivery by carrier J1.75 per month. Mail subscriptions pay- abb in advance to subscriber! living in Washington and adjoining counties not served by dealers and carriers, 3 months J4.25; six months, $8.00; one year J15.M. By mail all other areas within United States: three months, $5.25; six months $10.00; one year, *20.00. Entered as Second Class matter at the Post Offic« at Greenville, Miss., under Act o! March 8, 1879. TIME TO UPDATE your carl! ·"rices and terms ire mighty attractive right now. Turn bade Classified and see! CHILDREN'S REVIVAL A Children's Revival will be held beginning Monday at the First Assembly of God Church, 339 Florida St. Services will be held each day from 10 a.m. lo 11:30 a.m. for children from four through 15 years. Transportation may be obtained by calling 2-M8 or 2-1733. Rev. J. F. Doggette, paslor, invites all children to attend these services. sites throughout the South have been successful even though they had museums and sites inferior to V/interville's," he said. SENTRY SHOT SEOU, Korea (UPT) - A South Korean army sentry has been found stabbed and shot to death at his post near the demilitarized zone, an empty Rus sian-made cartridge near hi; body, the U.N. Command saic Saturday. Aulliorilies speculated Pfc. Moon Chin-Uoo was slain by a North Korean agent. ATTENDS SCHOOL Robert H. Alexander, Asst. Cashier of the Commercial National Bank, is among the 567 bankers attending the I6th nnnual two-week session of the School of Banking of the South being held at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Classes began May 31 and continue through June II, covering advanced study in all phases of banking and economics. FIRST BLOSSOMS Tony and John Formigoni Saturday reported the first cotton blossoms of the season at their farm near Air Base Road. Th cotton planted April 2, was Stoneville-213, they said. AGRICULTURAL WEATHER Good drying conditions today ire forecast outside of shower*. Sixty percent sunshine predicted with showers and thundershowers indicated to cover nearly 40 percent of the area this afternoon hrough Monday with rainfall amounts one quarter to one half inch ocally more in a few heavier thunderstorms. TOSSED SALAD ETON, England (UPI) -- A irragt of eggs, tomato**, ink bombs -- and one cucum- r sandwich -- greeted foe* o) rivate education when they aged a demonstration at the xclusiyt boys' ichool her* Fri ay. About 100 person*, leveral n hem bearded and at least one hirtlest, took part IB thi dem nitration. The Greenville Buick-Cadillao- Pontiac Co. is proud to announct that W. D. Fcrrisj has joined their tales staff. Mr. Ftrrisi ha* lived in the Delta hi* entir* lif« and asks his many friends and acquaintances to contact him before buying a new car, laying, "Greenville Buick-Cadillac-Pontiac Co. has given me terrifia selling prices on all new car* to help me get 'kicked off" in this business. We have a fabulous stock of all three maksj of car* ready for immediatt delivery. I can save you money on » new BUICK, CADILLAC, OR PON- TTAC. 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