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  • Oct. 1, 1964

    The Neshoba County grand jury, in a scorching report on the refusal of federal agencies to cooperate in its attempt to solve the murder of the three ‘civil rights’ workers here this summer, reported to the court Wednesday afternoon.
  • Oct. 1, 1964

    The Neshoba County grand jury, in a scorching report on the refusal of federal agencies to cooperate in its attempt to solve the murder of the three ‘civil rights’ workers here this summer, reported to the court Wednesday afternoon.
  • We deplore the burning of the crosses in this county last Saturday night, and can only hope that some day the guilty persons will be found and get the judge’s book thrown at them. All races here enjoy the very best of relationship and many of us count many of our Negro citizens as true and loyal friends. We hope our status quo remains, and feel that others do too, regardless of race. Outsiders who come in here and try to provoke and stir up trouble should be dealt with in a manner they won’t forget.
  • We deplore the burning of the crosses in this county last Saturday night, and can only hope that some day the guilty persons will be found and get the judge’s book thrown at them. All races here enjoy the very best of relationship and many of us count many of our Negro citizens as true and loyal friends. We hope our status quo remains, and feel that others do too, regardless of race. Outsiders who come in here and try to provoke and stir up trouble should be dealt with in a manner they won’t forget.
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