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Statesville Record and Landmark (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Statesville, North Carolina
Atlanta times makes debut Atlanta up the Allan to newest daily news paper in the made its debut Friday with a 128paee first nearly three years of Organ National Effort went into the new venture described by the publishers As a conservative voice of our purpose is to give the news a slanted and said publisher James our editorial policy will support the principle that America should provide for each citizen the Opportunity to go As far and As fast As his ambition and Energy will carry As distinguished from dependence upon a paternalistic govern ment with everything the individual needs from Cradle to is former 5th District congressman from geor Gia and a former Superior court the first Days press run topped Davis general manager Irvin Orner said the newspaper would begin its career with paid h e said had paid in Advance of the first Orner is former general manager of the Petersburg Orner said the times would operate with 225 full time employees on a payroll of a the newspaper will publish four afternoon editions monday through plus and will use financial and picture services of United press Statesville record a landmark a emf the Correct thing by any Vanderbilt Consumers get utilities saving Raleigh Carolinas Utility company custom ers will save on their Bills this year a a result of the Federal tax according to s t a t utilities commission chairman Harry Westcott said this would be the effect of the utilities com Mission ruling that utilities in the state must pass along their tax savings to he said the rate reductions amounted to for electric com million for Tele phone companies and Mil lion for Gaa some of the reductions have not yet gone into West Lott but he anticipated All would be in full Forca by july l in Puccini the girl of the Golden the heroine plays game of poker for the life of her Bas Mitzvah dear miss Van Dreblat my daughter will be Bassit Vahed at a Friday evening in Stead of having the usual Sweet i would like to serve in addition hot and cold hours d oeuvres after the services be cause Many of the people will be from a far is it permissible to have an on the invitations on sunday i will have a party for just her should i have cards printed in the same manner As the invitations and just insert them in the invitation or is it proper to buy the already printed invitations and Send them out Sepa Many people after a Barnit Zviah ceremony or a bar Mitz vah for boys have a Complete so there is no reason Why you add hot and cold hours oeuvres to what you plan to if the collation is to be offered in the presumably the whole congregation will be so do not add an if you plan to have the collation at Home or then an would be quite As the sunday party to so much i suggest separate invitations for they could be fillin invitations or notes on borrowing dear miss Vanderbilt a girl i used to work with before i got married borrowed my Brid Al veil for her wedding almost j a year she Hast returned it and i know she Hast forgot i ten because she has been re minded several it Means a great Deal to me and i want it but How can i ask if she lives near phone her and i would like to come by your House on thurs Day morning to pick up my if you wont be Home will you leave it next in the or some Safe place she can think if she lives in another write her a firm asking her to pack it care fully and Send it to you by insured parcel when she borrowed the veil she placed herself in a position of great take superlative care of to have it cleaned if and to return it to you immediately after the together with her sincere As she didst return it right her feelings of guilt increased with each television schedule Campaign planning Largo group of ninth District republicans met last night at the Vance motor hotel to discuss Campaign plans for James second from other officials shown from Edd county party chairman Jay county Campaign manager and Brent District Campaign work started for Broyhill Republican leaders from the ninth congressional District gathered in a dinner meeting at the Vance hotel Here last night to map Campaign strategy aimed at the reelection of James the conducted by Walter Zachary of Yadkin was attended by officers of the Republican organizations from All 11 counties of the Dis it was the first such Dis Tri twide gathering of republicans seeking to return Broyhill to Zachary gave a report on the detailed organizational work that has been accomplished since the 1962 election explaining that the vigorous Campaign on behalf of Broyhill and the other Republican candidate will be based on what she called the Fine Spade work that has been done by Many dedicated she congratulated Broyhill for his tireless efforts in Washington on behalf of All the people in the both in the great is sues facing the country and for the service he has Given to hundreds of North carolinians who have sought his help on personal Brent the Broyhill Campaign described special plans for carrying the Campaign into every who attended this spoke expressing his appreciation for the support and encouragement he has he pledged to conduct an even More Active Campaign than his winning Effort in minister gets 15year term 0 Aston i a up1 the Leroy a 91 year old negro methodist Minu was sentenced Friday after he pleaded guilty to the Pis Tol slaying of a negro police he was sentenced to 15 years in Worth was sentenced in Gas ton Superior court after he pleaded guilty to a second de Gree murder mis plea came after almost Fiva Days of he was tried for slaying of Gastonia March the minister Testi fied he fatally shot the victim when he attempted to strangle who is Testi fied during his trial that Wool Folk had accused him of running around with his wife and had threatened his he said he went to Wool folks the night of the shooting to Settle the trouble Between when he Woolfork was not present and the minis Ter asked to speak to his wife i but before he could talk to he Woolfolk entered and demanded to know j what he was doing i the defendant said Woolfolk advanced towards him and at tempted to strangle him with his right he said when he Felt his wind Cut he pulled a pistol from his pocket and killing Woolfolk saturday 11 Sander news 3 championship wrestling 12 weather outer limits i championship wrestling 12 Laramie 3 Early report 3 de 3 Jackie Gleasen 12 the lieutenant 89 Hootenanny 3 the 12 Joey Bishop show 89 Lawrence Welk 12 movie the Asphalt Jungle 8 Hollywood Palace 3 the new Phil silvers show 9 arrest trial 3 gun smoke 8 Ensign Otoole 3 late news weather 9 big show Wells Fargo 8 theater i Hong Kong 3 late sports 12 weather 3 movie desert rats 12 movie shield for murder 8 look to this Day 9 the late show the ape Man state jobless rate held Low Raleigh up the employment Security commission reported Friday that unemployment for May dropped to its lowest Point last month since the commission attributed the drop to warm staffing requirements for new plants and additional personnel needed by established it was reported that applicants were successfully placed in no farming the highest rate of unemployment during May was among tobacco workers with 20 per cent of the group off the repellent rinse tin cans immediately after emptying them of food so they will not attract Pic pay shoes everything for and fun in the Sun ladies and teens Beach Cumber blare and Light Blue ladies and teens Madras sneakers Loani cushioned i Rel to 6 to guard awards to be presented Bragg up some North Carolina National guardsmen will pass in review today when Terry Sanford presents seven distinguished service the awards will coma during ceremonies involving a fatigue and Battle dress Parade by the 30th infantry division of the North Carolina who is a former passed up visiting the troops in the Field As he has done for the last two years in order to participate in to Days 75 americans visiting Cuba Miami radio said a group of 75 americans arrived in Cuba Friday in de Fiance of the travel ban to that communist the monitored said the which included 25 women were mostly labourers and working one member of the group was identified As a doctor of mexican descent from Cali and Havana radio said one of the women travellers was also from the group flew to the capital of the Castro con trolled via and the broadcast one Spanish speaking Mem Ber of the group was inter viewed briefly on the Broad his name was not heard but he told the cubans that the government does not want the truth about Cuba to be fiddling event planned june 20 a fiddlers convention will be held at the Lone Hickory Ball located eight Miles South West of on Satur Day june at a rain Date has been set for june 27 in Case of inclement j All bands Are the event is being sponsored by the Lone Hickory Volunteer i fire miss Garland tells of vows Hong Kong up Judy Garland and her travelling com Mark who say they were married not once but twice in or near this British China coast Are at sea today in route to before sailing Friday aboard the liner president Roo Herron and miss Gar land said they were married in a chinese ceremony in their hotel As Well As by a ships Captain during a Brief newspapers quoted a chinese nurse accompanying miss Gar land As saying the wedding vows in the hotel ceremony were read to the couple by a chinese Hong Kong authorities said a marriage performed aboard a ship or in chinese rites would not be Legal Here unless Steps were taken to Register the cer Emony with British i am now Mark Herron and i am proud of miss Garland told newsmen at the club workshop members of the town and country Garden club will hold a workshop at tues Day at the country Home of members i will leave from the Home of Dent West end i Statesville men attend Winrote Wingate two Iredell county students Are among the 445 students enrolled in the first session of summer school at Wingate the first ses Sion will be held from june 8 to july with the second term to run from july 13 to August Iredell students Are Daivd Sherril son of and David Vance 335 East front and Vance Maurice son of and 341 Euclid starts monday we Reserve the right to limit quantities 1112 Shelton ave Statesville presbyterian service the Neill Mcgeachy has chosen for his Sermon topic at the morning worship service at first presbyterian Church a time for the senior choir will sing open our eyes for the Bible study the weekly Bible study at j sunday will be led by Neil Mcgeachy at first presbyterian Church and j is entitled the holy birth of daughter and Ronnie Lender Man announce the birth of a Lisa on june 11 at a Meridian Lender Man is the former Judith car Ole daughter of arid John 1134 fifth the Paterna grandparents Are and John 756 North Berry i prices Good All stores everywhere plenty of free parking heart surgery Leroy 22 Wilson is a patient at Baptist to Pinal n Winston Salem where he underwent a heart i he u now allowed forget Flats dual 90s see tire service 1383 Shelton scouts Climax the the annual Lori scent Day conducted this week at tha farm on turnortbur0 e number of the Gyrli camped out thursday shown around the Cam Pilro preparing Tup per Era Tebutt from troops 151 and 50 of Trout prom they Are Joyce Sharon dal Marcla Sharon Hoke and Debbie attending during the Day Toulon wore 211 Ocosta and 45 adult vote forecast on rights Bill Washington supp sen ate democratic whip Hubert Humphrey said today he wanted the civil rights Bill ready for president Johnsons signature by the fourth of july to give the Day a bran new i am hopeful we can end this by the Middle of next the Minnesota demo crat his prediction that the Senate would vote final passage of the most far reach ing civil rights Bill in the nations history about wednesday indicated that the end of the Long debate might come earlier than when the Senate voted to Cut off the Southern filibuster last the most optimistic predictions for a final vote Cen tired around the end of next but Senate Republican Leader Everett said Friday he also was pointing toward a midweek Senate leaders planned a full Days session today to push the Bill toward the Pas Sage Jolly charged after Accident taylorsv1lle Highway patrolman Hopper reported today that George Tommie route has been charged with driving on the wrong Side of the Road in connection with a one car mishap about 4 the Accident occurred on the Tom Jolly Road about five Miles North of Jolly told Hopper that As he crossed the top of a Hill he met some boys on bicycles and swerved the 1957 Chevrolet he was driving to avoid hitting the youths and lost control of the the car ran off the left Side of the crossed Back to the right skidded about 100 feet and overturned twice be fore coming to rest in a Field on the left Side of the Rural paved Hopper said investigation of the Accident is being student Day services set methodist student Day will be observed sunday at Boulevard methodist according to an announcement made by the Donnie Bess will Lead the serv ice and speakers at 11 Oclock will be theological student at Emory and Bobby 1964 graduate of Lenoir parkers topic is what is the meaning of Christian Voca Tion for the the House the factory All christians Wilhelm will speak on Why i think a col lege education is miss Sylvia who received a degree from Pfeif Fer College Early this will Lead the morning prayer i and Steve Mitchell col lege will sing the lords As offertory so miss Kay a rising i senior at Statesville senior High will be at the enlists in Navy Billy Michael Ion of and Carl route has enlisted in the Navy and is now taking training at the naval training san Baldwin is graduate of Scotts High state court gives rulings Raleigh up the state supreme court reversed Flea Greensboro civil rights Demon stration convictions but it upheld three Onyot Evilie de the Greensboro convictions involved Brenda each can Mavis Louis an Nie May Gilchrist and Thomas All received and the Greensboro were accused of violating a City ordinance forbidding obstruction of streets and the court ruled that this Law was not intended to Deal with racial in the Fayetteville Case the court ruled that the state Law makes it Clear that a proprietor has the right to select the cell rental he will and if he so desires he May arbitrarily exclude from his premises individual or group of i divid the Fayetteville defendant were charged with trespassing at a enters Hospital 334 North Host has entered Presby Terian Hospital in Charlotte to undergo Leal notice allowed visitors route states a patient at Davis Hospi Tal since May is now Al Lowed he suffered a heart attack and is removing sat in was reported to or Sale North Iredell county and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in two certain deed of Trust executed by John and Depere his to Vance thu 1 dated the 23 Day of and recorded in Book Page Iredell county and 3 dated the 29 Day of and recorded in Book Page Iredell county default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said deeds of Trust and the said deeds of Trust being by the terms there of subject to and the Holder of the indebtedness there by secured having demanded fore closure thereof for the purpose of satisfying said the undersigned trustee will offer for Sale at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash at the courthouse door in i Iredell North at Oclock on the 29 Day of the land conveyed in said deeds of the same lying and being in Sharpes Burg Iredell North adjoining the Landa of Willie Jur John Robert Bailey and Burgess Bailey lying approximately 8 Miles Northwest of Statesville near Highway and approximately Miles East of Highway and being More particularly de scribed As follows beginning at a stake in the Center of the Pullo Road leading from Highway to Roberta one Willie Browns Corner and running thence with Willie Browns and journeys lines North 8 what feet to an Iron Jurney Corner thence North East 436 feet to an Iron journeys Corner thence North West 231 feet to a stake in the Center of Snow Creek thence with the Center of Snow Creek and John Rickerts North West 007 feet and North 70 West 100 feet to it stake in the Center of Snow Robert Baileys Corner thence with Robert Baileys line a follows South East 628 feet to a Dogwood and North and 45 West 717 feet to an Iron pin and South 8 West 2231 feet to the Center of the said Jublle Road thence with the Center of the said Public Road and Burgese Baileys and Robert Baileys Lynea follows North East 284 feet and North East feet and North 57 East 300 feet and North East 100 feet and South and 50 East 400 feet and South East 800 feet and North 30 East 598 feet to the containing 89 More or How to taxes for the year five percent of the amount of the highest bid must be de posited with trustee pending confirmation of the dated this 25 Day of Vance trustee daytime playtime Cottons that let you take summer the easy Way sew and save with the newest in Spring and summer Cotton Denim Denim is definitely the latest sportswear so Lovely for and in solid and 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