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Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Greenville, MississippiChild shot at to party Kosci Usko miss. A Herbert Harvey said a 52-Yearold Carpenter fired nine bullets into a room full of people watching television saturday killing one another. Harvey identified the victims As Clarence Earl Woodson 14, shot in the Back and killed As he fled the room and mrs. Aris Moss Russell 34, shot in the Side and leg in serious condition at a hos Pital. Harvey said he arrested j. H. Russell brother in Law of the wounded woman and jailed him on an open charge pending comple Tion of his investigation. The Marshall said preliminary investigation showed the two Vic Tims were watching television in the Home of Grady Russell. Others in the room were Dewitt Hussell 10, and Mickie Doyle Russell 4, children of the Grady russells. Russell entered he room har vey said and was invited to watch the program. Instead Harvey said to told he group he was 111, Drew a pocket and be Gan shooting. He was arrested a few minutes later at his Home across the Street. Harvey quoted Russell As say ing i Don t know Why i did it. I guess i just went crazy hungarian purge Vienna aug. 3 up Monist Hungary today announced the arrest of several anti communist political leaders including two former members of Parlia ment in a new attempt to smash All position. John Herbers reports special session on Constitution and liquor this fall shorn governor s effectiveness la getting done what he thinks needed by John herders United press staff correspondent Jackson miss., aug. 3 up a one year timetable for setting into motion the most sweeping changes in the state government Ince the turn of he Century leaked out of the state Capitol this week. Gov. . Coleman was waiting util he could inform legislators by letter before making the announcement but reporters consid ered the news too hot to hold in new. Of the fact that Coleman discussed it with a number of peo in pie and there was no reason for Security. All that remains to be done is setting a Date for a special session t of the legislature probably in november and drafting of Bills to set up a constitutional convention and a local option liquor system. If time remains the history making legislators will try to abolish the quickie marriage Trade and tackle a few other matters. Legislature slow observers of the slow plodding Legislatures of the past find it almost impossible to believe that All this could happen in a six week session. The regular 1958 legislature would then be free to turn legislation financing the government and possibly rebuilding its tax Structure. A legislative committee appointed by the special session could Start to work on a proposed Constitution to submit to the Conven Tion which would Convene about August of 1958. Both opponents and friends of the administration agreed hat the layout of the plan Speaks for the amazing effectiveness of Coleman in getting what he wants. Last Spring Coleman was talk ing about going on television to sell the idea of re writing the Constitution to the Public. He also was planning to let the legislature dispose of the reapportionment dilemma rather than the Conven Tion. Public opposed recently the governor announced that Public opposition the convention had and indicated there would be no need for stumping. Apparently legislative opposition started crumbling too because Coleman is now willing to risk getting a convention Bill the legislature without providing first for. Reapportionment. His recent stand for local option liquor sales probably helped with some old time wets in the Legisla Ture and most members like the idea of having a committee of to their own working been Constitution delegates-rid-the1 convention would be elected independently the legislature and will not be. Bound by anything in legislature says. But a lot of leg. I slaters will be delegates and High Coleman already has announced he will be a candidate. The opposition group to the convention which organized last Spring has not been heard since. At least on member from the Delta is now reported in favor of a new Constitution. Cloudy saturday night and sunday with scattered mostly daytime thundershowers mainly in South portions. To part try Cloudy saturday night and sunday with isolated after noon and evening thu Dur Sii Owers. No important Lemper 72-7c. Ali Shust sunday in-100. Sunday edition 62nd year associated United press up Greenville Mississippi sunday August 4, 1957 Price 15c no 71 trophies and entrants four outboard Trivers in the g. V. Class Admire Greenville Vicks Burg Marathon trophies below. They Are left to Rigau Bill do thu of Belzoni and from Texar Kana tex., j. L. Reid Joe Bolt on and c. West. In the upper picture Joann Bagley. Green Ville s miss Marathon pins an entry ribbon on James m. Mcewen of Milan tcnn., while r. E. Cli Luin both Are in d class Noi Inan Biad Foiatu Pilotos Dulles by William galbra1tu Washington aug. 3 up Secretary of state John Foster Aid today the danger of Greenville and the lower River area were All agog saturday the eve of the eighth annual 105 Greenville to Vicksburg Marathon race on the Mississippi River scheduled to begin at p. M. Sun Day. At 4 p. M. 56 Drivers of outboard motorboats had registered. Dead line for registration is 9 a. A sunday when More than 100 entries were expected. With scores of out of town enthusiasts joining the meal group of backers of the Marathon sat swimmer starts for Vicksburg from Memphis w sleek with grease Jose Corlina swung Over the Side of an excursion Steamer in mid Mississippi today and be Gan swimming for miss., 300 Miles downriver. Jose 40, formerly of Havana but now a resident of los Angeles was out to beak the 292-mile endurance swimming record set in 1940 by a St. Louis Butcher John Sigmund. If he makes it it will take Al most four Days of steady swim Ming Day and Leav ing the Muddy lukewarm water his Only rest a few dozing floats. The one time 1949 cuban ath Lete of the year was paced by a 16-foot Motorboat which is his navigator leading him along the River s main Channel away from confusing cutoffs chutes and old channels Tho Boatmen will give Jose fre quent cups of juice Clam chowder Coffee a Ted with Honey urday afternoon Greenville yacht club was a milling hive of activity. The bulk of the pre race registration was expected saturday night. The Calcutta auction Wai held saturday night when driven were auctioned off starting at 7 p. M. Chur ii water while there was much activity aboard the yacht club racing boat Drivers were churning the Waters of Lake Ferguson in the area at the foot of main Street James Webb at the registration desk was enthusiastic Over the indicated entry list. Many of the Drivers come Here by automobile and do not Register until their night time arrival. Newspapermen from Mississippi new Orleans and Memphis were scheduled to arrive in the late afternoon for the big press party Greenville s Concrete wharf was crowded with hundreds of people on the eve of the races. The Jay Cees Concession stand is located a top the wharf Between the foot of main Street and Central ave nue. This was also 3 Center of act Vity. With temperature Well above the 0 degree Mark indications were hat sunday s Marathon will with temperature caring Century level. Big prizes the grueling race for in j son of prizes is attracting Drivers of lady. See can gathers for son John s birthday at White House Washington aug. 3 up lie Eisenhower clan gathered for i rare Washington weekend to Light to celebrate the 35th birth Day of maj. John Eisenhower Only the president and first Many types of predict class is open to almost boat that officials consider o operate and those who enter boats will estimate the time it vill take them to reach Vicksburg. Mrs. Eisenhower flew Back to More stringent Washington govern agriculture department ment is offering Farmers 500 Mil a privation Bill passed thursday will Ion dollars to reduce acreage of be apportioned among the five surplus Cotton wheat Corn Rice surplus crops. Wheat s portion the and tobacco next year under the Only one announced at this time Dulles to russians general War will be lessened if Russia accepts a revolutionary disarmament offer opening vast areas to joint inspection. Dulles made the statement on his return from London where be unfolded Western plans for East West air and ground inspections to guard against Surprise attack it is now up to the soviet Union to Dulles said a Lope the soviet government will realize that an inspection system hat makes us All More Safe and which facilitates reduction of armaments is As much to their in Terest As to talks with Ike after making the Brief plane Side statement at National Airport Dulles drove off o make a Tele phone report to president Eisen lower. He said a decision would e made then on whether it would in necessary for the two to hold a Quick face to face conference on he prospects of the London talks. Leading democrats have praised he Western disarmament propos als submitted by Dulles yesterday As a cards on the table move which puts it up to Russia to fish or Cut Dulles returned from a week of negotiating among the United states Russia Britain France and Canada. Friday he unfolded a Broad Western plan under which he United states Canada and the Stern Europe would be opened in to air and ground inspection in Exchange for similar rights in the soviet Union. I he also offered some alternative inspection zones if i rejected the Broad pro i postal. Reads statement by Jack Bell ant b. A Livingston Washington aug. 3 president Eisenhower was reported Adamant today against the Senate s re vamped civil rights Bill and rep. Joseph w. Martin jr., House gop loader pronounced civil rights legislation Mead for this session Khrushchev and Tito discuss difference in red party lines Moscow aug. 3 communist party chief Nikita s. Of Congress. Three top administration officials who cannot be named said in interviews that Eisenhower re Gards the Senate version of the Bill As completely unworkable. He was said to be throwing his weight solidly against House acceptance of it. Aug. 9 is Tracy Homer Adams. Adams who is the son of or. Martin told a reporter the Bill and mrs. T h. Adams 440 a Khrushchev Dent Tito met during the last two Days in another Man to Man at tempt to thrash out their differences it was announced today. The meeting of the soviet party chief and the yugoslav Leader who insists on his own Road to social so took place somewhere Cleveland among the candidates Jor degrees from Delta state College at the close of the summer Quarter on Friday is not acceptable to us and i Don t think it s acceptable in a a. Jority of the he foresaw a probable deadlock which would put the Issue Over to next year. The three administration leaders agreed that As the matter stands Eisenhower would rather have no Bill at All than to accept the Selt Romania. First Deputy soviet ate s insertion of the jury trial f Wasrington from a six Day slay in la Denver soil Bank retirement plan. A new string is attached. To get this Money Farmers will to Cut their total harvested will be 178 million dollars com pared with 231 millions obligated unit this year s program. Reading a prepared statement Dulles said if the soviet Union accepts these proposals and if the necessary details Are worked acreage below the average of Congress has set a limit inc r so of Surprise attack on soil Bank payments be diminished. Amendment in a measure which it already had. Stripped of authority to enforce civil rights in general. Premier1 Anas Las Mikoyan sat in As official head of the soviet dec action in place of Premier Niko Ai a. Bulgaria. There was no explanation for lung anon s absence. It was the first known Contact Between Khrushchev and Tito Ince the Kremlin announced ear y last month that such old line party leaders As Vyacheslav Molotov who opposed the yugoslav president had been ousted and Dis graced. Radio Moscow said Tito and Tho republicans Don t want a but United per s reported Fiat Senate repel n Leader William f. Know Lami saw no veto threat in the president s caustic criticism. He said he Turt Eisenhower he hoped the House Senate conference com Mittee would make substantial changes in the Hill Vana is a candidate for the Bach Elor of arts degree. He is a major in social science at Delta state. Other candidates Are Bachelor of science in education degree Charles l. Bellipanni Indianola Vivian Horace m. M. T. Bearing Natchez Gibson Clarksdale Godfrey Indianola Florence Greenlee Kurtch Al mrs. Ruth c. Hauser. Mem Phis Dorothy h. Pace mrs. Kathryn Berry Hitchin son Doddsville mrs. Carrie Kee Vitamin pills and walnuts. The walnuts Are a High protein with Little bulk. The cuban does most of his Dis Tance swimming in a smooth crawl. But he switches to other styles from time to time. Battery a 31st div. Headquarters due Back Home today after two weeks spent in sum Mer Camps at Camp Shelby at i Hattiesburg Anc Camp Mcclellan Ala., Greenville s two Dixie div Ision National guard companies will return this week end. Headquarters company of t h e 31st. Infantry division in charge of capt. Giles Crisler left on july 23 for Camp Mcclellan. Battery a. 114th. Field artillery in charge five Drivers whose nearest Correct will receive each. Greenville famed As a towboat building Center and Center for option of a Park named in her oration of pleasure and towing crafts is turning its attention to sunday s Marathon with greater interest than Ever before. Year indications were that the number of entries May exceed that number this year. Cruisers will patrol the course to pick up any stranded Drivers re Lay information on the Progress of each race and promote safety in All ways possible. Volunteer air plants and a helicopter also will be on duty. The classes include the non Tii Ere was Janch requirement for the program Jluis year under which 6h million the president played Golf this dollars in payments were Corn morning at the suburban burning omit cd. Tree club. Late this afternoon the joined at the White were House by maj. Eisenhower his wife bar Bara and the three oldest of their an be the Milton 8, and Susan 5. President s brother Eisenhower of party. Came from this new restriction from the agriculture department yesterday is resigned to prevent the shifting of cropland from surplus crops j to other crops. The depart mint create new surpluses and add to the total oversupply of farm commodities. The 500 millions Congress authorized for the soil Bank in the since a major War is not a he launched unless the aggressor can count on Surprise he danger of general War will he and Khrushchev met on thursday and civil rights Bill this they met to Friday and reaffirmed their do contended Tho Eison Havior admin a termination to work towards Over coming the obstacles that stood Between their countries. Greenwood Gordon Kent Elbert Ray Potts 2ary to Carolyn Potts Burns Jonett Sanford Marks Ivillia r. Wilson Union and Pauline Williams Doddsville. Bachelor of science degree Lorden Frank Camp Cleveland Loyd Wayne Eppinette Natchez Robert e. Ervin Cleveland Don some House democratic leaders Holcomb Fulton Goodlow love voiced the opinion privately that Herbert Mcgrew Ard 111 Rex Yazoo City Irvin Smith 1 Hubert d. 1st ration is stalling and hoping to meet Here this i burial will be m Shaw of Shaw cemetery. By Charles s. Kerg sports editor new Champion assured carry the Issue Over into the 1958 degree election year. Re Levine. Martin called the Senate Bill in its present form a democratic Bill and declared. We win t take Aliceville Ala. Bachelor of music education Constance Boyd Jones me says Hie form it is Likely to come out col to governor of the Senate Jackson miss. Al when one foreseeing a possible the Kitchen workers was in version and the Irak Over efforts to Compromise a trading the weekly food snip Menic differences Between the Senate from the stale Penitentiary to the More sweeping governments mansion he found a scribbled note. Mays stale Tournai a cited not to defend her in and j wednesday at Green Vij in the tournament Here a bin s for this so Sion t at or saturday a Short time after she Ville Golf and country club Champion will be session mat when your heart mrs. Selby died in King s will begin ters Hospital at a. Here women golfers of Mississippi 17 year old state because Mary Mills of Gulfport. Administration sponsored players from Many parts of this week. Sanctioned g. V. Special for Stock engines. Four professional races will be helu also. The National outboard Ion sanctioned will include in Noa division 4 modified Stock motors in two classes division ii of capt Samuel Fleming has Beni. Al Camp Shelby. Capt. Crisler s Slock and division 4 modified Stock. Chosen. Where 9 or More boats Are Roc t 1l Beauty Parani Oiin Widt s search f denounced plans for seven feature son w c so lbs and a Rand can Toby string i Hvisdas it 8.30 p. M. Ten year and for a minimum of Ami a brother. F. H Casey Beautiful girls chosen from films in be made in this area will appear on stage at the Paramount competing on the local worst traffic and Mies Starlet 1957" will be will to. Us Imp Ann 1 attic was admitted to the Hospital. She was 72. Magnolia slate competing for the born in Panola county near women s championship. Mrs. Selby had lived the tournament is being held at Shaw for 17 years. Lat Greenville where the slate As surviving Are her husband association was organized. A local state title. Mrs. Resident. Mrs. J. R. Hodge Isi president of the Mississippi to compel Beloni miss Anne company included around 35 me and Captain Fleming s g r o u numbered around fio men. Is cred in any Money will be j i distributed at for second for fourth. S Lluc 7s" nor Lobo for Iii Al in Iii mud Anil review is being con land. Mrs. Iss Anne Corley Clave Jackson miss. My commis s. Lanie pelts Sidon sinner of Public safely Tom scar of Inen s Golf association. Pro Tom .1. Lundy of a acc said saturday the course will be in Good condition for the Competition. Members of the country club Here Are laying plans for your heart overflows vill put the whole civil rights with mercy remember fight Over until next january i it was signed Lonzy Harris Jackson and Gulf coast golfers when Congress j20227." Are expected to come Here Ini Large numbers to compete for the Odge has made to the Gulf coast secur i i i tournament Here and has met with encouragement. I this will be Greenville s second a not feature made a reputation for him state wide tournament this to you today As a newspaper and Maga mar. The top tournament of the is newspaper. Zinc artist with the san Francis the entertainment of the large1 group of players expected. Ducted by Paramount Gulf Thea miss Loann Shoah said today 58 persons died tors the american miss Ann Boykin. Miss accidents in Mississippi Paramount Treater. Inc., subsidy Jriek miss Alma Lorella Cohen j july the highest total of Hgt enter v i nary tins area Winch has Sharon Dawn Fisher. Miss the year. Jas n d r a Lee Ham prey nil Greenville. The most Beautiful girl will he state chosen and will compete in 111 e trolled by officers stale finals to be held in Lack son. The Jackson Winner will go to new Orleans and the Winner in the mow Orleans will go on to Hollywood. The judges committee on t h e local level is by Wynn Lulich Nils unison ally known photo Nipher. When has served not Only was played Here in june Vilh h. S by Magazine his religious ties at t h a t p. Childress of Vicksburg by Ollil. A Man of Lee i time were tenuous although he Ling the championship by defeat Arclie mls who a 1 s received a presbyterian up mrs. Hodge said she is expect ing of i writes the Brief text that goes with bringing. I i i i Aiani Delia slavers Are expect Inch drawing. Fil our vi1 m in not or nil my l v i r the Highway patrol chief said ment Here in june. Because of a the 58 died on other than Sicre of heavy Rains the and Federal highways a pm Cal was postponed to the Date. Tho will meet Dur i i Delta state inside Tup sunday Democrat times picture and text will bring out saw combat lie Power and the Faith involved then he joined the a r m y As a i some contemporary or histor ice Noat artist for yank Magazine or biblical situation. covered for it the bloody is Eccl the site of next by s vcl1 for a scrapbook. Guadalcanal. Even lament. Tho scrips appears at a had few thoughts for Early entries in the tournament Willt " Lac Are mrs. Dorothy Harefield mrs. Scenes in Jyasi Edcil we Ilchman miss e. Momentum but Brodie Start land mrs. 0. Ii. Palmer All Jack soul miss Kay Eckford Stark Villa. Mrs. Strosnider and himself for it fifteen this changed when he was stricken f St w the malaria and then with jaundice. He found himself Alberts of Gulfport p e g g y of i ars ago. During world War h. In a base Hospital not too ill and even before the War Lei Allro his hands to think land to read. Amiss Starlet to by chosen pictured Are who will appear on the singe at the Paramount theater on the night of August h at . Is Purl of the search being staged by the american Paramount Heaters inc. For new Hollywood Ingeni seen above Are Sandra acc Lamphrey Greenville Sharon Dawn Fisher Greenville Ami Royem Ouinn Lilc Melba Ann re Jer Beltona Alma Loretan Cohen Greenville Joann slow no Monck fire Nellle and Anne Corley Cleveland. Not Picl Tirril lire contestants ionic fells Sidon and hum Narcys. Henderson Greenville. To Holo by cml s Paramount pit lure Deans of Widt. 1n.iuhei dust a Impi Ioki Hurton said that plans for i h c f Allann

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