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Greenville Delta Democrat Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Greenville, MississippiDiscontent at Oxford 1 a third of Ole miss professors seek Greener Freer positions editor s note this is flip first of a series by Delia Deino Carlr times managing Eli Lur Jay Milner on an alarming situation at lie University of Mississippi. Ucli of the research and interviewing for the series was done by George Mcneill of Laurel miss., a graduate student in political science at Ole miss by Jay Milnet staff writer Damn tired of a University of Mississippi professor said recently when he was told faculty salaries Here might be raised 20 per cent in 1958. He will leave in septem ber to teach in another state. His Lucid if somewhat less than academic statement was an eruption from the boiling under current of discontent becoming increasingly evident to even an outsider on this sprawling Campus where Mississippi youth have sought higher Educa Tion for More than a Century. 31 leave in the past two Summers 31 top level University faculty members including three department Heads have resigned for Greener economic and academic pastures. The total complement of associate and full professors Here is Only slightly Over 100 so almost one third have resigned since the Spring of 1956. Many of those leaving or already gone taught Here 10 years or More. They belonged to downtown civic organizations participated in Community activities outside the Bounds of the Campus. Why did they decide to uproot their families and leave a Community in which Uliey All seemed to enjoy living tired of attitude lir. Harris g. Warren history professor who been Here 11 years and is going to Miami University in Ohio next fall said last week i m going to a better paying Job in an Atmo sphere More congenial to higher education. I m tired of the Altitude in this stale toward higher or. K. H. Dansereau associate professor of sociology been at Ole miss four years. He Mississippi Clear to partly Cloudy saturday night and sunday with isolated after noon and evening Thunder Shower. Not much change in temperatures. Saturday night 18-74. Highest Slin Duy 92-97. Sunday edition 62nd year associated press United press up Greenville Mississippi sunday july 14, 1957 Price 15c no. 53 goes to Penn state next fall where he be they re off 9 gab officers head Down River on a raft the sonic a 14 by 1g foot raft manned by nine Green Ville air Force base officers Drift ing Down the Mississippi River paid More for nine months work than he s been somewhere in the Vicinity of Lake getting Here for teaching regular classes year round and some Extension service teaching at night. His speciality is Industrial sociology and the Lack of research funds at Ole miss seemed to disturb him As much As his Low salary. Lacks Freedom or. Charles bigger a Young philosophy pro Fessor who been Here five years will teach at southwestern University in Memphis next year. He this to say in spite of what he administration there is a Lack of academic Freedom at Ole miss. These three Are typical of the packing proves Providence la., this morning. It s destination is new Orleans. The Jet age Tom Sawyer Craft left the Greenville yacht club about 1 p. M saturday after it was loaded with provisions for the six Day trip rations loaded included 16 Beer and several Hun dred pounds of says wave Bon voyage More than a Hundred people sors interviewed Here last week. Some said Low salaries were the major influence in their Depar Ture. Some said it was Hie Lack of academic free Dom. Others gave both reasons. In tie following articles of this series Bolh reasons will be discussed in detail. Waved Bon voyage As the s o n i c rebel s Jolly colourfully dressed Crew Manu Evered the Bulky Craft out into the Lake and toward the River shooting flares and blasting Rossett rail Bridge crash kills Fisherman Crossett Ark. De railed freight cars hurled 25 feet into the Saline River near Here sat killing one Fisherman instantly and injuring three boys. Sheriff a a. Courson said the dead Man was George Kelly about 50, of nearby Hamburg. The injured included William Cecil Kelly 12, and Kelly 19, sons of the dead Man and Joseph Lee Kelly 12, Nephew also of Hamburg. Several negro fishermen were unaccounted for in the area underneath the Bridge but Joseph Lee Kelly told a newsman they were not under the Bridge when the lumber filled cars crashed into the River about . Several persons from the fishing Camp in the Remote area near the Community rescued the three boys. All wore reported in excellent condition. Attendants said they were severely bruised. H was believed earlier that a wooden trestle collapsed As the lengthy Rock Island freight train passed Over it bound for ibis lumber town. However newsmen at the scene reported merely that a Section of the Bridge was ripped away probably As the cars derailed. Five of the cars tumbled onto Kelly and the boys. Kelly was killed instantly. The boys were buried beneath the Wood until pulled out by n. W. Sled e. D. Sled Charles sled and Alfred Gates All of Fontana Calif. A Siren As they went. Bright color de paper streamers fluttered from t h e l o p of the screened sleeping quarters. The raft is powered by twin 25 horsepower o outboard Mot ors to be used primarily for steer ing to avoid such hazards As River boats sandbars and floating logs. It. Col. Marshall l. Smith executive officer of the gab Pilot training group and skipper of the sonic rebel estimated they will average five knots in the River cur rent. He figured 90 hours travel time for the 446-mile journey. Check by Jet a t-33 Jet plane from gab will Check the rebels Progress daily making its training flights Down River. The Crew plans stops at Lake Providence saturday Vicksburg and Natchez in missis Sippi and Morganza Baton Rouge and Belmont in Louisiana. Angela Hazlip and Anne Griffith two Young Greenville beauties of base Hospital and first lieutenants Jerome Frisch Robert Malone Frank Simpson Fred Almy Ron Ald Pearson Steve o Brien and John Sexton mayor George Archer of Green Ville written to new Orleans mayor Delesseps Morrison re questing that he arrange a Wel come for the rebel and her Crew when they arrive in the Crescent City. Oal racers to refuel facially christened smashing a bottle Christen phenomenal Craft designed in an attempt to overcome the heat Barrier the sonic by two Greenville girls. Angela Hazlip and Anne Griffith As exultant air Force Riding her Down the Mississippi come heat stroke or Mosquito Toast the 14 x 16 foot officers who Are raft staff photo Senate adds funds to House River appropriation Bisi Washington the Senate appropriations committee Friday Day added to funds recently voted by the House for flood control work along the lower Mississippi Hiver and its Tribu Laries during the current fiscal year. Total approved by the commit tee was compared to last year s appropriation of 59 Mil lion dollars. Amounts recommended by com Mittee for the various projects in the lower Mississippi program to Gether with House figures in Par Mathesis where the amounts Dif John Herbers reports swimming classes men in Congress Aren t avoiding Haap s suggestions swimming classes will begin Mon Day july 15, at the Robert t. Henry memorial Pool it was announced saturday. Instruction will be offered for children and adults in swimming diving and life Sav ing classes and instructors have been scheduled in the following manner a. M. Beginners Ellen Thompson and Marcia Kent beginners 11, John henge. A. M. Intermediates Ellen Thompson beginners Marcia Kenty beginners 11, John Benge. A. M. Beginners mar Cia Kenty intermediates Ellen Thompson diving Dick Dexter j a. M. Senior life ing Dick Dexter swimmers Ellen Thompson intermediates mar Cia Kenty. P. M. Adult beginners Ann Barwick. By John Herbers United press staff correspondent Jackson miss., july 13 Southern congressmen and Sena tors belter Check to see what the a act lobby is doing before they vote on any measure before Congress. The association of Citi Zens councils is keeping score. The association is distributing from its Greenwood Headquarters a pamphlet called the a act legislative it shows How each member of the 84th Congress voted in relation to How the National association for the got two bad Marks for voting with weather and River for Greenville and Vicinity the Mississippi Kivi a at the Greenville Lake Village Alridge. feel at 7 a. M. Saturday n 2-1-hour full of la Al u. Northwest Mississippi saturday night mostly fair and warm Low sunday partly Ali Judy Ami hot High Xvi Nils Centle variable Outlook monday Rlou ily with Chance afternoon Low 11-78, High in High temperature Thi hour period preceding . Saturday decrees Low tempera Ture in decrees. Temperature decrees at . Saturday. Advancement of coloured people lobbied it not Only covers civil rights Federal school Aid minimum wage Bills but includes social Security members Are scored As to whether they voted favourably to the a act or unfavourably to he a act on each Issue. The Only senator with a perfect record of voting opposite to the a act is a. Willis Robertson id a sen. James 0. Eastland one of the citizens Council champions the a act stand on extending so Cial Security benefits. Sen. John c. Stennis Sec South a Page 9 Holiday inn Motel h was 83 degrees before noon saturday hot weather held Forth saturday and the temperature of 93 degrees a 5ci-unit Holiday inn motor court is to be built Here. The de luxe Motel will be built on the North Side of Highway 82 just East of the City limits in the near future a source re tried saturday. It will contain a Large dining Hall which can also be used for meetings or banquets the Custo Mary top Quality Holiday inn restaurant and a Large swimming the rebel by of Champagne Over a railing before the trip be an. Members of the Crew besides col. Smith include it. Col. Will Iam Bellnoski commander of the include River levees Channel improve ments Memphis Harbor Vicks Burg Harbor Baton Rouge Harbor Noth old River control 000. St. Francis Basin Cut from budget to pro vide for Memphis Boeuf and tenses Rivers lower Arkansas River 000 Yazoo auxiliary channels Yazoo River Yazoo River tributaries big Sunflower Hiver Yazoo Backwater Atchafalaya Basin Lake Pontchartrain general for a High was reported for the hour period preceding p. M. The installation will be at p. M. The heat still held air conditioned. Each unit will Forth and it was 90 Derges. Hiding the the record High for the summer thus far is 95 degrees. Political Power Burbank Calif. Edward Olson recently speaking at a Republican sponsored rally for gov. Goodwin Knight re marked i m probably the Only Democrat just then a fuse blew the lights went out and the microphone went dead. G us dry spent the night Woods. The woman who is married told police shoo make currently i unemployed and his wife cart silly be announced As soon 3 f the charter of incorporation is re Fly Lher have television. It will be owned and operated by a local group of citizens. Names of the owners pos Hoid Hattiesburg flan on charges he attacked baby Sivier Hattiesburg miss. White Man was charged today with attempting to rape his 25-year-old negro baby Sitter. Police jailed Royce Shoemake 28, on a charge of attempted rape after the woman reported shoe make Tore her clothes and she operation Mark an outboard Croute from Miami ha., to Chicago in an endurance test run will be South of the Greenville tuesday. Don Dillard of Greenville Industrial representative of Texas Oil company said the outboard Motorboat equipped with two 35 horsepower motors left Miami at 5 a. M. Saturday. Tie outboard Motorboat is to e refuelled while in the Mississippi River and will not make sort Here. Jerry Presson and Prescott Bennett said they arranged or special boats to meet and re Uel 17-foot Craft every 125 Miles of the route. Their voyage will take them up the Inland waterway to the St. Lucie canal across Florida northward along the Gulf Shore to the Mississippi River Hen up the River to Chicago. Pair who refuelled Here break record Iver amendment to slash clause from sought by Raymond Lahr Washington july 13 up sen. Richard b. Russell a a called on the Senate today to kill a civil rights provision which southerners fear could Lead to use of bayonets to break Down racial segregation in the South. Die civil rights cases and provide injunctive authority to halt violations or threatened violations of negro voting rights. Russell s amendments affecting the commission would require sen ate approval of the staff director and would forbid employment of voluntary workers. St. Louis july 13 up North Little Hock Ark., motor boaters flashed up the Mississippi River from new Orleans and arrived Here sat. Eight and one half hours under the old record for the winding mile grind sunburned unshaven but Happy Roy Cullum and Lyndon Graham piloted heir 16-foot outboard into St. Louis 31 hours and 11 minutes after leaving new Orleans Early esterday morning. The old record was 39 hours and 42 minutes set last year by Lee Sawyer and John Springmeyer of St. Louis. Cullom and Graham said the River was relatively of debris and this helped n breaking the old record. Last night the lights on their Craft failed and they travelled by Moonlight. As and food. Cullum and Graham reported going aground several times and see pair who Page 2 Russell who is master minding strategy for South Ern opponents of the Bill said he would press for an amendment to Knock out this most sweeping and Dis provision in the House approved Nistra Ion Bill. He also announced he would of or two other i amendments both limed at keeping the proposed commission to investigate Viola ions of civil rights from being biased or Russell explained his Amend ments As the Senate met for a Ong saturday session to let More southerners Tell Why they object o the Senate even considering he Bill. The vote about 5 . Tuesday on the Pend no motion to take up the Bill. A of that motion by a sizeable majority is assured but a Long and bitter struggle Over the Bill to self still lies ahead. Injunction measure the provision which Russell asked to be killed would permit lie Justice department to seek in unctions against conspiracies to deprive persons of civil rights violators of such injunctions would be subject to contempt of ourt penalties without jury trials. In his speech today Russell said he amendment needed no explanation at this time. But he told he Senate last week that the pro vision was a cunning proposal to authorize use of troops again Southern Whites to do away wit racial segregation at Bayone Point if necessary. A sizeable number of senators believe that elimination of the pro vision is a necessary part of Road co prom so which they hink must to reached before the Bill can be passed. Other provisions in the Bill can be passed. Hold special Heel on recall election Booneville miss. Up Vance Windham president of the Prentiss county Board of super visors said Sal. The Board May hold a special meeting this month to act on a recall order for Sher Iff George Rutherford. Windham said he not been Able to talk to every supervisor since ally. Gen. Joe Patterson in formed him an immediate election Rutherford s recall should be set because some Are fishing or out of the next regular meeting of the Ward is aug. 5 but gov. J. P. Oleman threatened court a Ion to Force the Board to set an Lection before them. A removal Council of three Chan i Cullors ordered an election to de other provisions would set up the the Bill investigating commission provide for a new assistant attorney general to Diamond in the rough Inglewood Calif. Up Bob Corthell about to dig into the pair made seven slops for on his plate almost bit off whether Rutherford be removed or lax Law enforcement Patterson ruled that the boar of to Moval Council. Supervisors not authority review the action of the re by Charles e. Mahon Richmond va., july 13 up the . 4th circuit court of appeals today struck Down Vir Ginia s Pupil placement act the Onward Wall of the state s legis Active defences against Public school integration. The three member court did not Rule specifically that the place ment act was unconstitutional by self but held unanimously that together with other state Laws the act was a dear1, end Street for negroes seeking to enter White schools. Archibald g. Robertson an attorney for the state said the ruling would be appealed to the . Supreme court just As fast is we can Appeal the placement act was passed by the Virginia legislature last All As part of gov. Thomas b. Stanley s no integration program. T set up a three mail Board to assign students to specific schools and provided or appeals rom tha Board s rulings to be taken through he governor to the state courts. Race not mentioned the placement act did not mention race or color but other a s enacted at the same time provided or the withholding o schools and the closing o Whita schools which admitted negroes. The appellate court s ruling upheld decrees made by u. S. District judge Walter e. Homan ordering Newport news va., and Norfolk va., to end segregation in their schools by aug. 15. Will View newsreels by William Tucker Knoxville Tenn., july More than he could Chew. A Dia mond ring valued at fallen into a cellophane bag of spinach he purchased earlier Al a Market. The Walter Williamson up Linton monday with the government say ing it is just reaching the interest the second week of the segregation trial opens Cei Ved. Holiday inn motels have been constructed at Clarksdale Green Wood and other cities in this area. London july 13 said. Communist party chief Nikita the piping regime is under Khrushchev complained that i stood to be insisting that Russia red China is milking us her commitments to Supply diplomatic sources said today. Industrial goods and raw mater Khrushchev made the remark to East european loaders during re cent negotiations soviet Aid to the for increased satellites the degree. Delta state inside the sunday Democrat times Tim Parker discusses the county superintendents Law p. 5 c Russia although under Hospital for painful for More assistance from her lacerations and abrasions suffer satellites in Europe cannot afforded when the motor bicycle driven Hurch Page p. 8 Mound Bayou s 70th anniversary p. A a third article on Krebs Ozan and cancer p. 12 Delta Council Calls Community develop ment meet deltas increase Louring 16 Rafii Roth cadets commissioned All on p. 19 critics Page p. 20 comics out of circulation Dis an dal col. Chick writes mayor Archer All on p. 21 two stories on deltas at the Valley forge scout Jamboree three men on parch Man s death Row picture of doll contest winners at Greenway Park p24. Gals on which China s economic planning depends to an important sirs. R. Is year old wife Hurt As Hubby s Scooter overturns Lee was receiving treatment saturday in the King s to rebuke red China on whose political Good will she is Al pres ent More dependent than Ever. Khrushchev said in Czechoslovakia yesterday that Russia s by her husband overturned on the levee Friday night. Sixteen year old mrs. 220 Fulton St. Was Riding on the Back of the All stale motor Bike driven strength lies in the Aid which she by her husband Rhea Lee. Lee at dispenses great other communist slates tempted to make Sharp turn while going Down uie Concrete por boy Falls from Bike hurts Eye Sam weeks six and a half years old. South Broadway received treatment at King s daughters Friday for a laceration near his left Eye suffered in a fall from his bicycle. Contested cases face chancery court after handing Down five decrees Friday in a session that saw several matters settled the quarterly term of chancery court passed the Halfway Mark and the third week of a four weeks lorm will he convened monday by Chancellor s. B. Thomas. Most of the contested matters of the coi re term Are set for rial during the two final weeks of the tribunal. Walsh to knt a colonial a number of mid deltas converged on Greenville Golf and Century club saturday for games of Golf. Several Are planning logo to Memphis this week to compete in the colonial Connery club incl Lallona tournament including Tom Walsh of Greenville Southern Champion. There have been signs for some Dijon of the levee police r e p o r i s time that the growing Call on Sov i stated. The motor Bike turned Over Iet assistance is severely testing mrs. Lee. She was taken to the Hospital in a National Funer Al Home ambulance police said. Lee was Char iec1 Wilh careless and reckless driving and no License plate according to investigating officer Garnett. Russia s strained eco non these demands compete with Russia s offers of economic assist to underdeveloped countries he last 12 months in a political contest with the West Over the neutralise nations. The latest shakeup in Moscow May Lead to More satellite claims russian assistance. Khrushchev indicated tour will help the satellite during his Russia s in raising Man gets 50 years in Dallas rape Case Dallas tcx., hell 17, a negro was sentenced Loik years in prison last night after pleading guilty to a charge of raping a while Lenison High school Illel april 7. Their standards of living. China s communist loss Mao tse Tung is expected to visit Moscow Lacr ills month Afler his Call in Warsaw. Iron curtain sources say thai the question the All while jury of seven men Lulu re hessian supplies to lied and five women deliberated eight China will be among the topics Oil hours. The Sale Sketl the discussion. A deals Penally. By Charles s. Kerg staff writer newest towboat of ing part of a Case the defense says does not exist. A sneak preview of three newsreels May deter mine whether the jury of Moun Tain bred elderly East tennesseans gets a close up o John Kasper in action with his 15 co defend ends from Clinton Tenn. The court rules on the film s and monday. The whole Case goes Back to the integration of Clinton High school by order of u. S. District judge Hobart l. Taylor late last August. This was the first integration of a Public school under the 1954 us for his father. Jimmy Bell will be Prem court decision in a state of the injunction and is working for a writ of certiorari from the . Supreme court to stay out of jail. The most violent disorders at Clinton have not shown up in the trial nor Are they Likely to. It took the Tennessee militia with tanks to restore order on gov. Or attorneys Clinton trial 2 May deter a a 1 taken care Lyl _ t i. Towing company the w a 1 t e re chief Engineer child. He was to drive her Home. The woman said but went in the alternate master and James deep South. Greenvill Siwill be third Pilot. Joe Fox will Bei two person j Wlliamson w ill be thrown open value two mount personalities Are one is Kasper Para defendants Bari Seil Jackson miss. Cup Ross Barnett Jackson attorney helping to defend 15 Clinton Tenn Resi dents in the Knoxville contempt trial said today they Are Handi capped because they Are being tried with segregationist John Kasper. We re foreign to Kasper in this Barnett Sain. Well Cross examine a witness first then Kas per s attorney will Cross examine him. The Clinton defendants have for Public inspection sunday from the new towboat Walter William Mersey born segregationist and the respect and Confidence of the would be reviewed by the grand i jury which meets in september. It anl1 after the Walter Williamson from Oes. The Man for whom the newest towboat in the Greenville h a r b o r iwas named is now making Ren late a iwas Iri Mecl is now Makin i si01" Lyle Ren ladyjto1 s the Lawn of the Clinton working in the Case without Home in Sunflower Wilh a "10 plans s e 1 was the first offender. Barnett said he would be Ter mrs. Noel Morgan and will "10 Towbri courtroom when the be Here for the inspection. 1 earlier violation Oil resumes Chicago mops up from record rain by United press the Chicago metropolitan area began mopping up saturday Froid. An almost record 24-hour rainfall Yac he and hundreds Are exp that Raused heavy to aboard damage at least five and Possi a girl Enville towing company own Bly six deaths and scores juries giant electrical storms k k Metcalfe. Late Friday dumping inches tie Walter William of ruin to flood viaducts and base Lac slime links As inc Etc s Barnett two time candidate for governor of Mississippi said he in the Case without pay. Back trial the Walter Williamson will Bej up alongside the Greenville of in ers m addition to the Williamson Brothers include Gilder g. Mccool Walter Williamson is built ments of Homes am Loop build Ings knocking out Telephone ser heu Mccool. U is now Rcd with 2 Model 278-a general motors die Vicic and Clorrie Power and halting sol engines of 1200 horsepower each air and Auto . Fie Nerming a total of Moo said Lite downpour Power. Was the heaviest to hit the City Wren since 11185, when j inches of rain fell More Stor in 9 months under construction Over Range across the Midwest Satur Day night but none was expected match the fury of the Friday Nikii delude Knul neers prevented serious flooding by opening Luck Gates of Tho Chicano hive to Lei the Runoff flow into Lake Michigan Lluis a repeat performance 24-Lmnr period in of 9 months the Walter will re expected Tofi Anison is the last word in modern towboat construction. Tho Cabins Are completely air conditioned. T i e Walter Williamson will have sleeping Qun rulers Tor a Crew of 10 and an All electric is Iii Pliml while with Grey decks. If will have guos1 quarters for four persons. Another of the Williamson Bro of the near disastrous flood of cilliers p. Serve Lober 1954. Master of Tho Low Boal named a Wust of Tiik towing company s is the Walter Williamson named for a retired Lake Jackson planter. The Low Boal will be open for Public Irish Mellon this afternoon while tied tip in Lake Ferguson at the Concrete wharf Al the yacht club foot of main Street. Staff photo by Harry Miu so

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