The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 23
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 23

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
Page 23
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Solon Questions US Employee Tests WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Everyone knows cthat George Washington was the father of his country and that Abraham Lincoln was the great emancipator. But a group of House members says that the government and some phychiatrisls have missed the point. What's more, Ihcy contend, Delia Democrat-Times Sunday, June 6, '65 23 SALLY'S SALLIES their more, use of ihc Freudian ini- plications of Ibis bit of Anicri- a personality more tinies ior," "1 have gone front churches can folklore test given to prospective gov-khurches." and "My home life crnment employes can be both 1 was less peaceful and quiet [discriminatory and an invasionjthnn oilier homes." of privacy. | On the Washington Top USfA Student Citizens Each year two members of the graduating class at the University of Southern Mississippi receive the coveted Best Citizenship Awards. Winning these awards at this week's 53rd annual Commencement exercises on the IFatliesburg campus were Linda Louise Lee of Greenville and Robert Leon Carroll of Laurel. They were outstanding members of the University's largest class in history, as 870 degrees were awarded. Wilkerson's Body Found In River numerous credit cards and papers found in the street clothes said Wilkerson got out of the he was wearing. Witnesses automobile around the said Wilkerson's j u m p e d a curli parking lot of the MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) -The body of industrialist William North (Billy) Wilkerson was taken from the swift Mississippi River near here Friday night to end a two-day mystery surrounding his disappearance. Assistant Police Chief L. R. Quianlhy said the body of the 48-year-old civic and business leader was positively identified on the basis of a billfold and guard at the club pool raced plush Rivermont Club and dropped from the lop of a bluff nearly 100 feat to tlic water's edge. George Gray, 35, an employe of the Rivermont, said a life- clown the bluff to the car. Gray think than The question "do you Washington was greater -incoln?" is one that is some-. Wasl " n G ton - Bul imes asked job applicants [or'; choosc Lincoln jovcrnment posts. It was J is . freed the slaves, Reuss contend Friday question, Reuss said he was informed the '"right" answer was Negro may because he sub- into pri cussed Friday at a House committee hearing looking government invasions of I'acy. Rep. Henry S. Rcuss, D-Wis., a member of the special House government operations panel, cited the question as one objec- ionnhle example. Other questions go into such subjects as 'I have been in trouble one or ed, thus jeopnrdi/ing to some extent his prospects of getting job and making the question discriminatory. ROOM GET THli FINEST FOR DAD over, holding hi told them to get car bending stomach and back, he was hurt. He backed up two or three steps, still holding his stomach. I think he fell into the river accidentally," paid Gray. Gray said the man went under numerous limes and said. I'm hurt. Get some help." The life guard ' ordered Gray not to enter the water because of the swift current. Gray said." tere's still time liS/to add GAS COOLING to your forced air jijj GAS heating system... and enjoyivhole home ; Air Conditioninq tH|S SUMMER -w · ·.··".. -·,,:· '· ~ ; . ·. Summer's but there's still enough lime to install 'whole-home^GAS cooling. It's (he sure way to put relaxing, refreshing, spring-, time comfort^.all summer the kitchen, the bedrooms, the living ,room, wherever your family will enjoy it most, ^Dependable GAS central air-conditioning gives you long-lasting efficiency" and minirrrarn maintenance, too. And, if service is needed, you can call on your reliable gas.atility.i But don't wait Ior the worst of summer's sizzling heat. Act today. Phone gasjntil^fqr^a free no^bh'gation estimate. 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LAIC VVCCP ASKIVfi AT Tti'S CFF.'CIAI SO CHEETAH WKITHF-; IN HER PARK KCW TMrAVSS Pir'AlIEP 1SITH COt-.CAHVO FOR THc CFr.'C.'AU BORI5.. IP/OTf TOW.'G WITH THH AiACM:r:L ASAW.' IURU ir BEFORE WE ARE W5COVEREP.' OF COURSE, COVIR'AdE/ LfAY,'HS IT TO US.' WE HAVE THE INVENTION- WE SCOH RECOVERWS THE INVENTOR.' THERE Witt. BE NO TKXIBLE5/ IT /5 OFF, OW.SADE TOJVA.'lf.HEFS FRO*S ARE COMING ALL THE liEASTS'' SO FFEGIE'S RFW.OTE-CO«TF?CL UNIT IS WORXI.'IG -CPERATIS'S PARALLEL- WORLD AWCHINE ItiOUSM rr IS SWIICHED OFF' X ASSUM-. TH.'5W,IL KY.'E DAY StfACE 7HE LOBBY OF A MOVIE -THEATR BETWEfcS THL T\VO "lOU CAN' CrKI.AINLY .HEOS5 BEIIFVF. M!5S 6IB50N I 60T A TAPE OF THE RANO- PtAYlNS W5S GIBSON RP FOR 'THE PKrUKE SEQUENCES TOPAY, ROOCY, YOU GOTTA STOP , KKMN6 .. ._. ^ v WHEN YOLS SET S. /AAO LOST TUB STUPIP 0AME BY ONE RUN.' IHHAI.6P SW01.6 T«S' ANP WAS ITS THE SUPREME TEST. WILL THEY RECOGNIZE ME?, -WILLTHEV SPOT THIS / V/ERE SAFE.' AT LEAST FOR THE MOME HE-HES S1OJAUWG ON IN. HE THINKS THE GOVERNOR.. GOVERNORS GUARD! SPOTLIGHTS ·MAKE OUR SILHOUETTES MORE PRONOUNCED.

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