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Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Greenville, MississippiBy John Herbers Jackson mist., Jaa. 25 up 1958 legislature menu to be headed for a major deadlock on Money matters with the sen ate the House and gov. J. P. Coleman All pulling i different directions. Look it snowed it did t Snow much Friday but it snowed Good and youngsters piling out of mow covered school buses at Susie Trigg school in Greenville were enthusiastic about it. Staff photo by Harry Marsh wide eyed Delta kids comment on Snow by Jay Milner staff writer this is the first time it s snowed since i be been cried five year old Michele Sher Man or. As he looked out the win Dow with shining eyes Friday morning. Four year old Debbie Black daughter of or. And mrs. Johnny Black regarded the Snow from another viewpoint. This is the first time me and the dogs have six year old Pertis Miner son of or. And mrs. Jay Miner studied the Snow quietly for while then he said seriously say do you reckon it s Christmas Friday morning s was probably seen she said. Betimes into the front the last time k snowed in this t feet. Was 1931, so the somewhat philosophical observations of Mich ele and Debbie were to be expected along with the varied re child made the youngsters stay inside for breakfast and to get actions of thousands of other Delta youngsters. Beverly flood three year old daughter of or. And mrs. W. F. Flood of Leland saw the Snow and called excitedly to her grand totalled less than an Inch. Most Mother mrs. 0. C. Dawkins Mamma rna maw come look god has baked a funeral services for miss bes Sie Bell will be conducted monday at 10 . At St. James Episco pal Church by the Rector. The the fastest get up since the Rev. Harold Martin. Burial will be in Greenville cemetery with Wells de no cajoling or threats to bring funeral Home in charge. Youngsters wide awake. It usually was enough to bring Junior bolting out of of several months. She was 74. Than one Delta Mother As excited about the Snow As her dressed then went outside and scooped up some Snow balls to bring inside to them. The Snow in Greenville actually of it was gone by 10 a. M. Never has so Little made so Many so Happy news of the nation army wants sputnik to map entire Globe map i Washington army pitched strongly sat. To stay in the space business with a fam ily of satellites to pursue its world communications and map Ping Mission. Defense officials at the Penta gon said the army plan put be fore the House armed services committee is under study. At the same time both the army Jupiter c and Navy Van guard satellite launching rockets were in position at Cape Cana veral fla., indicating another try at shooting a . Satellite into orbit was imminent. It. Gen. James m. Gavin the army s retiring research and development chief and army Secre tary Wilber m. Brucker gave the army s space Case behind closed doors to the House armed serv ices committee. Gavin appeared Friday. Dewey locks horns with the cab Washington new York gov. Thomas e. Dewey today was locked in a dispute with House investigators Over an alleged Legal fee to represent Eastern airlines before the civil aeronautics Board Dewey s Law office in new York City said the twice Defeated re publican presidential candidate never represented the airline before the cab. But chairman Morgan m. Moul Der do of a House Commerce subcommittee said Dewey got the fee in a Case which the cab granted Eastern a route to mex co. Pan american airlines also lad sought the route. Rail tycoon Young commits suicide Palm Beach fla., Jan. 25 w Railroad tycoon Robert r. Young committed suicide Here to Lay in his Palm Beach Home by shooting himself twice with a 20 gauge Palm 500 attend Myca open House Friday members friends and family groups totalling Over 500 people attended the very successful y. M. C. A., Friday night according to w. E. Stokes general Secre Tare. Beginning at 7 o clock and last ing until the y. M. C. A. Was packed with children old friends of they and new com mers stated Stokes. We Are very appreciative of this response to the feature of National y. M c. A. Week and wish to express our thanks to All those who made open House a Success. Weati1kr Ami Biver for Vicinity the. Mississippi Rev or Ftp if Orriiv Llop Luke vol Hrc or Lilor. Furl ill 1 . Katar our 24-hour Rex Al of 0.6b it. Olar Vrr no dub Cornn m huh for or 80 hour per unit . 90 Low Impi a inert 2s . 4b . Sun lofty. Missis Sirpis sunday in Rlou Riv and Rool Mich i a title in modern to uni Illi Milr dlr. Prom inf in Ninny n Low u-i4v double Beach barrel Shotgun police it. Fred Lead reported. Young loomed As a spectacular figure in the Railroad business in 954 when he became chairman of he Board of the new York Cen ral Railroad after the biggest business fight in a generation. Death verdict gets accused s of Midland Texas w a dish convicted yesterday of the sex killing of a baby and sentenced o the electric chair said he bought it was a Good do you think you ought to asked Cope Routh of the Midland reporter Telegram. Martinez replied. Murdered pair found in ashes Vinings a. Promin ent doctor and his wife apparent see army Page 2 miss Bessie Bell of Pioneer family Dies Here at 74 teacher pay increase Bill could get big setback la House if speaker Sillers assigns it to Waits committee this week this week the Senate without see knowing where the Money it coming a Bill to give teachers a salary raise and establish a nine month school term at a Cost of at least 104 million dollars 23 million above has the fifino. Age hit Saeta whee voted to de lower the income tax in the High brackets at a Ion of More than three million dollars for Hie com ing biennium. Representative also passed a school appropriation Bill at the budget figure of 81 million dollars without waiting to what would be with the Senate bin. Fiat deficit Spur Jug Coleman Kun said he will not go along with deficit financing and pledged to protect the aver a taxpayer who is not Hided was i the income tax Cut. Member aay it could Lead the amt situation which existed in 1953-54 when the legislature passed the school equalization pro Gram but failed to finance it. They finally got it paid for in a special session of 1955 by raising the sales tax and enacting the 14 per cent surtax As an emergency measure. Of the troubles was pointed up i the Senate when it was ruled that the teacher salary Bill not i Revenue measure thus could be passed by a simple majority vote. But any Bill would raise Money to pay for higher ularia would require three fifths vote for passage. Despite its huge Cost the salary Bill went through the Senate with Only two dissenting votes Indi Cating a Strong lobby of school people and parents behind h. And signs it to. H he Send it to the supporting k. Education committee h could be that passed without retch trouble sponsors believe. But Sillers could from a give it a joint both raise education and ways and Means. Doubtful feta its Fate i the House May rest Dale n which committee or commit tees speaker Walter Sillers As the ways and Means headed by rep. Hilton Waits of washing ton county ordinarily does not go along with such Sharp increases in expenditures. P. James Baxter of Lauder county education chairman said he thinks the Bill has a Good left Chance of passage As it is. He is Baxter said if it Paw will pro pow raising the sales tax three to four per cent to the Revenue. Baxter said he thought that the most simple and Best Way of getting the Money. But such a Bill would not have approval of Coleman if he Sticks by his pledge to protect the average the deadlock is made worse by bitterness Between administration and anti administration Force by the fight Over constitutional revision. Sunda. To Toutjr mild. Arkansas sunday to partly a Latte i cooler. Lowest to right 90-40. Sunday to 90. Bella sunday edition 69th year associated press United press Greenville Mississippi sunday january 26, 1958 Price 15c no. 124 miss Bell died in general hos Pital Friday night after an illness born and reared in Greenville received her education in the City s Public schools and lived her entire life Here. Her Home was at 604 Alexander Street. She was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. C. G. Bell Pioneer settlers of the Delta. Her brother the late judge Percy Bell was a prominent Greenville attorney am Jurist who was a candidate for governor a number of years ago miss Bell was a longtime Mem ber of Belvidere chapter Daugh ters of the american revolution serving As Regent of the local Chap Ter As Well As treasurer and re gent and chairman of the approved schools committee. She was also Active in the state Organiza Tion of the . R. And served As historian. She was a member of the episcopal Church. She leaves a Niece mrs. Pros Pere Biji of Greenville a Nephew Charles Bell of Annapolis md., and six grand nieces. Parolee held for helping dad escape Booneville miss. W authorities held a convict s son saturday on charges he violated Lis own parole to help his father escape. Sheriff George Rutherford Iden Ifield the boy Friday As Hubert wages jr., of Booneville. Ruther Ord said the youth was in county jail charged with aiding and abet Ting the escape of a prisoner. Rutherford said the youth was on parole from a seven year grand larceny sentence from Choctaw county. Supt. Bill Harpole of the state mini tertiary said the older wages a five time loser serving seven years for a Choctaw county Bur Glary disappeared after his wife died earlier this week. Prison records showed wages received a 10-Day emergency eave from gov. J. P. Coleman to visit his dying wife. The leave was extended and mrs. Wages died shortly before the time expired. Wages did not attend the funeral and an Alert was sounded. City news briefs state inside the sunday Democrat times Dis an Dat explores profit sharing Plant p 3 fifth in series on income tax forms out of circulation on deficit spending p 6 Church news and picture of Gas his Story and picture on the salvation army s new it. Nichols Here p 5. Hit Ami run Driver captured by Leland police in 4 minutes Leland an accused hit and run Driver Here ran for Only four minutes wednesday night. After that he was in the hands of the police. A pickup truck driven by Abner e. Kun 53, of route two Holcomb collided with a car driven by mrs. L. L. Paxton of Wilmot near the intersection of highways 82 and 01, failed to Stop and sped away. Attendants at Gulf Day and might service station near the intersection called Leland officers and reported the Accident giving a description of the pickup. Mrs. A. E. Peeples on duty at police Headquarters in City Hall relayed this information onto the Leland police radio. Officer i. V. Mcquary was cruising in a police car near the inter Section and set Oit after the pickup. He caught h and forced it to Stop near he Washington so Flower county line. Police chief Vernon Underwood joined him there. They took Dill and a passenger in the pickup William Goss into custody. Elapsed time was four minutes. Dill was charged with driving while intoxicated hit and run driving driving without a License and running a red Light. Goss was charged with Public drunkenness. Mother says son was beaten at Ellisville Greenwood miss. Jan. 25 up a Greenwood woman said today her 16-year-old son was brutally beaten and burned with Cigar ets by idiot attendants at the Ellisville state school for feeble minded last summer and As a result still is Bent Over and mrs. Breland Ainsworth wife of farm trader care clinics announced farm tractor clinics will b e Leld in the various communities tuesday through Friday reports county agent t. E. Berry. Instruction will be Given i n preventive maintenance including fuel and Carburettor care tuning system Hydraulic system Battery and ignition and general maintenance of tractors. W. B. Har Bour and John Mcvey will assist in conducting these tractor clinics. A Plantation owners Are urged to attend and bring their Mana ers and tractor Drivers with them. The dates and places Are As follows tuesday january 28, h. T. Cochran s near James negro masonic Lodge school building at Chatham. Wednesday january 29, Kelly d. Alexander s shop Hollandale Torey Woods shop near Murphy. Thursday january 30, w. G. Trotter s shop Winterville w. C. Boland Pirn near Estill. Friday january 31, Refuge . A safety film will be shown stressing the importance of pro per handling of farm machinery. A grocer identified herself As the woman who went to see gov. J. P. Coleman to complain her 16 year old son had been abused at the state institution. Coleman told a legislative com Mittee thursday that the first he had heard of any brutalities at Ellisville was when a woman whom he did not know called at the governor s mansion and mid him her beaten. Child had been badly Small Burise found the governor said he sent her to see or. A. J. Mcllwain then a member of the state mental Board which governs the institution. Coleman said Mcllwain reported to him he could find no evidence of a beating other than a Small Bruise which could have resulted from a fall. Mrs. Ainsworth in a statement today said he was so mutilated she hardly recognized the joint committee to investigate state offices resumes hear Ings in Jackson monday night. Two members of the state mental Board resigned and charged that administration interference had led to deplorable conditions at the school. Coleman said he had left administration of the institution entirely to the Board but would press or prosecution of any brutalities. Son by previous marriage mrs. Ainsworth said she admit Ted her son by a previous Marri age Robert Ray Young to the institution last August on advice of Greenwood doctors. On a visit there she said we hardly recognized him. He had been beaten in the face so that Jie was All Blue and bruised with a fractured jaw. It was a month before he could hardly open his Mouth. He did not recognize us at All. G a feb safest on ground of Fly Taf bases in 57 by Earl Harnish gab information services Greenville air Force base has won the flying training air Force command trophy for maintaining the lowest ground Accident rate among All Fly Taf bases during 1957. Received the local base also the ground safety award Honor for the month of Decem ber 1957. The annual trophy is now be ing engraved at Fly Taf head quarters and will be delivered to the base later. The award Honor Pennant already is gab which has now won seven times according to Howard Rhodes Wing ground safety technician. In a letter to the gab com Mander major general h. A Spicer Fly Taf commander said these achievements reflect the enthusiasm with which you Anc your personnel Are pursuing the Accident prevention program each of you is to be complimented for attaining the Best Over All results in the flying train ing air Force ground safety pro mrs. Kalionzes Dies in Calif. Washington Jan. 25 the word in official quarters Here is that Japan is stalling Neotia Ion of a new agreement on quotas for her Cotton textile shipments to the United states until con Gress acts on the reciprocal Trade mrs. George Kalionzes 34, died suddenly at her Home in Culver program adjourns. City California on thursday Jan uary 23. A daughter of Dollye Paxton Lowe and k. Elmo Lowe of Shaker Heights Ohio she fas born in Greenville and reared in Cleveland Ohio where her parents Are connected with Cleveland playhouse. For several years mrs. Kalionzes has operated a private Kinder Garten in her Home. She it survived by her husband and four sons Christopher Pax ton Mark Paxton Jack Anthony and Nicholas by her parents and one sister and mrs. John Marley of new York City. She was Niece of general a. G. Paxton mrs. E. M Burton John Paxton and miss Annie Pax ton All of Heads neurologists Jackson miss. The University medical Center said today or. Charles l. Neill or. Of its staff was elected president recent y of the neurological society of America during the group s an Nual meeting in Florida. By Garden club Council negro mothers March monday the negro division mothers March against polio will be held Here monday night. Negro residents Are urged to contribute freely mrs. Mabel Crawford mothers March chairman said. Dwight James kiwanis speaker d. L. James of the u. S. Internal Revenue department will address the noon luncheon meeting of the Greenville kiwanis club tues. Day at hotel Greenville. Elks Lodge meets monday the regular meeting of the elks Lodge no. 148, will be held Here at the Poe building on Washington monday night at supper will be served. The District Deputy will attend. Masons to meet Greenville Lodge of masons will meet monday at . Foe work in the master degree. Visiting master masons Are invited. Members Are expected. Mrs. Metcalfe Hurt Plant forums City Beautiful drive City Flower show urged by Louise Crump woman s editor the Council of Greenville Gar Den clubs representing the eleven major women s Garden clubs of the City Lias formulated plans for major projects to be carried out during the Spring months. The first of these a series of horticultural forums was adopted by the Council at a recent meet ing held in the Home of the president mrs. Hodding Carter. The other two projected a City Beautiful Campaign and the holding of one City Flower show received the endorsement of the Council but both projects must he ratified by member clubs before work on a no r. Inri Ini. Mrs. M. T. Metcalfe 643 for View suffered n broken log Friday night when she fell near the Greenville High school while to cards the school auditorium to attend a concert of the a clan music association. She was taken to King s daughters Hospital and iran a erred saturday to the Campbell clinic at Memphis in a National ambulance. Public meetings mrs. T. I. C. Allen Council Hor cult viral chairman will schedule a series of of runt during the month of february at the Mississippi Power and Light auditor us. Each meeting will be open to the Public and speakers versed the horticulture of particular Flora As practice in this area will take part. Mrs. Allen will he assisted in making the arrange ments by mrs. I. I. Pogue mrs. Winston Walker and mrs. R. E. Nichols. In line with the horticultural program . Wade Kincman vice president told of a meeting of the committee in charge of the Fred Schul bin Park that she had attended representing the Council. She showed drawings of this and told of the proposed development. Mrs. Claude Stuart chairman of the City he Dutiful committee told of the primary Steps that had been taken by her group. In order that the clubs May be informed on the extent of the pro posed program mrs. Stuart has worked with City Engineer. John h. Teunisson dividing he City into eleven sections that will be assigned to the various member clubs. club will make sur vey of its Section and submit re commendations for improvements a special committee will have charge of recommendations for the Highway and water front approaches. The Council members were urged is individuals to write their con Gressmen and recommend that there be no billboards on the new Federal highways. . Carter appointed mrs. W. T. Wynn Parli Mcclarian for the Council mrs. W. Bacon jr., historian and mrs. J. 0. Smith reporter. Gram far 1mt." sgt. Rhodes stated we want to pass on our appreciation to All base personnel both military and civilian for their cooperation in proving that accidents can be prevented. The base personnel without a lost time runner up for the trophy Are mid South events legislature faces big appropriations Jackson miss., Jan. 25 up record breaking appropriation Bills for higher education and pub Lic health Are scheduled to go be have gone 382 Days since the last fore the House of representatives fatal ground Accident and 56 Days next week the fourth of the 1958 regular session. Rep. Edgar Stephens of new Ellington fab Texas Webb Albany vice chairman of the com fab Texas and Vance fab Oklahoma. World news Roundup japanese stall Cotton import quotas to . Meanwhile the japanese Are budgeting their 1958 shipments on the basis of the 1957 quotas under which they limited Over All ship ments to Square Yards in an Effort not to arouse opposition of Domestic textile interests. Khrushchev cites Moons urges Summit talks Moscow Jan. 25 up in Tita s. Khrushchev in a speech made Public today said the two soviet sputnik Are by no Means the last word in soviet science and he coupled the statement with a fresh Call for a very urgent East West Summit conference. He said again that the soviet Union can and shall probably Aunch another Earth satellite double and More than double the weight of sputnik i and ii. Newsmen Only pals awaiting Odds in Moscow Moscow Jan. 25 up Mike Odd and his wife Elizabeth Tay or who number their close rinds among the thousands arrived in Moscow today to an in Hollywood like reception that was is cold As the sub Zero weather. The producer and his actress a Ife came As tourists and were related As such As they stepped Tom the soviet tu-104 jetliner at Vnuk ovo Airport. About a dozen Western news men met them. There were no soviet officials on hand. County Farmers urged to sign for soil Bank soon Washington county Farmers who still wish to sign up for the Cotton acreage Reserve program were urged to do so As soon As possible by local ask officials. We Don t know what Washington is going to said one official there s a shortage of appropriated Money for this pro Gram and we want to present the truest possible picture of the demand for these Mississippi inc been Alloca Ted for the program mid has applications for 000. Thus for Washington county s share of the 528 million docs not exceed the sought by county Cotton Farmers. Leges universities and colleges and Public health and put them before the House for passage. If they follow the the committee Hai done on welfare and education institutions of higher learning will get a five million Dollar boost from the cur rent biennium from to Mittee said the group Hopes to part of the increase report out All Bills on Junior col will go to give College teachers salary raise. Junior colleges Are scheduled to be boosted from to most of Timir Epport comes from counties. Public health Calls for an appropriation Only a slight increase from current expenditures. Mental institutions would receive an increase of Ark. Congressman dumps to shares Washington we chairman Harris Dak of the House com Merce committee said sat. Is disposing of his 50 shares of Stock in a television station at Al Dorado Ark. He said he does t want to be harassed about it anymore. Harris said the Stock is being sold to other owners of his Home town station Krebb to at the same Price he paid for it year ago which he said was n Cash and a note. 1 Dies 1 Hurt in train wreck Ramer tenn., Jan. 25 up Khrushchev hits cult of Dru Kenesi Moscow Jan. 25 communist party Boss Nikita Khrushchev was disclosed today to have taken a firm stand against drunkenness. Khrushchev warned collective Farmers at Minsk last wednesday against ascribing to a cult of drunkenness. Russ-. Cultural exchanges near Washington up Russia and the United states today were reported ready to sign an agree ment on cultural exchanges Cov ering television to tourists. But the two nations remained split on an approach to Summit talks. At the same time russian am posed anew to vice president Richard m. Non an Exchange of visits Between . Congressional delegations and the supreme so Viet. Indonesia times hits u. S. Action Jakarta the Independent times of Indonesia said to Day replacement of . Ambas Sador John m. Allison was a pro dutch pro communist and anti indonesian action on the part of he state department. We state categorically that or. Allison s departure heralds the Nadir of relations Between in Donesia and the the times said in an editorial. Mothers to be in Hong Kong today Hong Kong in. 25 three american mothers reached see japanese Page 2 Bassadore Georgi Zaroubine pro the Illinois Central Railroad s Seminole running late because of fatal Grade crossing Accident see legislature Page s truck is damaged by Theobald Blaze a motor on a Walcott and Steele Ruck was damaged by fire from j backfire saturday morning in he 700 Block of North Theobald Street. Fire engine company no. I responded to an alarm at . And extinguished the flames. The firemen used a Booster tank. Firemen listed As a smoke scare a run to the m. R. Morphis Home 109 Primrose drive in Terrace gardens at . Friday. Engine company no. 5 made the run. Assistant fire chief Paul Lawrence said the fire scare was due to an electric control of the borne heating system failing to operate. No fire damage resulted. Deltas enjoy pianist Mueller in music association concert by Betty Carter in a thoroughly enjoyable even ing of music the members o f the Delta music association settled Back Friday night for the second concert of its series the program presented by Robert Mueller Young american pianist. Or. Mueller s precise technique and sensitive control of the piano Early assured his audience that Here was a musician of real Abi Lity. His Choice of numbers t o play was fresh. It resulted in a Well balanced program with emphasis perhaps on the work of the More modern composers. Robert Schumann s sonata no. 2 in g minor opus 22, we Khachaturian i toccata perhaps the most elaborate Effort of the evening but the preceding number Scarlatti s three sonatas was to this reviewer the most exciting not withstanding t h o very interesting performance to gave his three Debussy choices. The program to which or. Mueller very kindly added a num ber of encores consisted of Bach s toccata in d major three sonatas by Domonico scar Latti Robert Schumann s sonata no two in g minor opus 22, three selections by Debussy Soiree dans Granade Poissons d or and general la Vine eccentric and finally Aram

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