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Greenville Delta Democrat Times Newspaper Archives Aug 4 1957, Page 3

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Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Greenville, MississippiTwo teen agers reported missing police saturday were seeking iwo Young teenagers a boy and a girl who ran away from their Homes Friday Nigil. Both runaways apparently left without Auy Luggage. Will Bell Shack town informed police shortly after Midnight saturday that his 11-year-old Dau go scr was missing. The negro girl Mary Louise Bell was last seen running Down Washington ave toward Highway 82, he said. She was wearing shorts believed to be Blue. Police said Mary Louise has a grandmother who lives in Greenwood. A shirtless 14-year-old White boy ran away from Home Fri Day evening. Deputy sheriff h. Eubanks notified police. Legin Moore 918 n. Broadway Dis appeared Early that night Wear ing Black pants and a Black Cap with a White Bill. He did not have on a shirt. Anyone having information As to the whereabouts of the youth is asked to Call Deputy Eubanks. Regt 1 Delta Augusi entire Stock one rack Spring dresses values to 69.95 to in City court court1 fines levied in City july 29 were As follows Kosie Box 455 careless and reckless driving Billy r. Carter Warren produce Ryce e. Thed Ford 319 Ohea and reckless driving ?15. Mark a l Hilt jr., 967 j and reckless driving parked on fines running red fines improper left fines and blocking the fines. Sam Robinson 937 drunk 530 assault and Percy Jackson at Large concealed weapon major Stephney 342 n. While intoxicated no stable License Frank Smith. 499 while in tool in rated Ella Mccall at Large 30 Days. Assault and each profane j each four each committing violations for july 31 were Sam Nash jr., 322 less and reckless driving Ethel Hardy 815 less and reckless driving Cato Williams 531 Persimmon speeding Charles n. Wasson 6313 All saints Cottons linens blends udies thing s Price final reductions on summer i a Linery l i nge re e Cotton Robe sets children s department no state Drivers line improper left Fine improper i Fine running red ?10 Fine. Other fines levied in City court july 31 were Hoy Hill while intoxicated Appeal. I j. L. Nance Cleveland driving while intoxicated forfeited. Willie Issac 629 Hal St. 30 Days. Assault and fines fines profane nne unlicensed Fine. All summer dresses 72 i sportswear chemical official sees Security threat in propaganda Tupelo mass through songs slogans and Public figures is threatening the secur Ity of our nation and a Yazoo City chemical Plant official told Hie civitan club thursday. Or. D. B. Roark director of personnel of the Mississippi chem ical corp., outlined what he called the five is 1 for mobilization for National Security during a possible world War Iii. The five is were Money Man Power materials machines and he described management As the most important for Protection. All children s sportswear selected group shorts Bermuda shorts blouses tee shirts Cotton Linen skirts one table Odds ends tee shirts blouses i one group coordinated Complete Stock in our men s department summer suits. Shirts blouses Price Complete Stock sport shirt off were 9.95 10.95 11.95 12.95 14.95 15.95 17.95 now 2.67 3.34 4.64 5.30 Complete Stock summer port Coats summer shoe by bostonian Mansfield were to were now 8.54 13.95 14.95 off 15.95 16.95 17.95 18.95 9.95 10.52 11.18 11.84 12.50 13.82 swimwear Fere s what is do remove front and inspect lining. Complete Stock summer pyjamas inspect clean and re pack front wheel Bear Ings. I in Pecl Brake Drums now 3.34 3.97 Check and add Brako fluid if needed. One group lightweight Denim jackets Short sleeve dress shirts adjust the Brake Thoet to secure full Contact with Drums. Carefully test brakes. Robes

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