The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia (2024)

THE. ATLANTA CONSTITUTION it vjt-i ALL YOU DO IS ASK 'EM' COME TO CHURCH SUNDAY Atlanta Churches Welcome You Businesswomen Topping Housewives in Bond Contest By MARY KEY WYNNE. The business women have the jump over housewives when it comes to the AWVS war bond contest. Miss Myra Watkins, manicurist at the Henry Grady barber shop, came to the Healey building registration booth yesterday declar REVIVAL CONTINUES Clyde W. Carver, 61, Retired Auditor, Dies Clyde W.

Carver, 61, of 1208 Oxford road, N. retired Western Union Telegraph Company auditor, died yesterday in a private hospital after a short illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced West View Peach-tree Chapei funeral directors. Survivors, in addition to wife, include two daughters, Mrs. J.

C. Grabbe Jr. and Mrs. Franklin Cox, both of Atlanta, and three sons, Lt. Cmdr.

William L. Carver, of the Navy; John F. and C. W. Carver of Atlanta.

Bom in New York, Mr. Carver had lived here for 30 years, and had been in the service of the same company for 35 years before he retired last year. He was a member of the Atlanta Athletic Club. J. F.

Cheek, 93. Dies In Marietta; Rites Today MARIETTA, June 22. J. F. Cheek.

93, one of Marietta's oldest citizens, died today at his residence on Fair Grounds street. Funeral services will be held at 5 p. m. tomorrow at the chapel of Mayes Ward with Rev. Alton Glasure officiating.

Burial will be in the City cemetery. Born in Madison county, Mr. Cheek moved to Marietta as a boy. He had no living relatives. A ing: All you have to do is ask 'em, Taking advantage of her contact with customers, Myra trims their nails while trimming" their pocket-books though strictly in a patriotic sense.

The manicurist, who has two nephews overseas, says the customers jyre "very co-operative." Another business lady, Mrs. Mardrie Harris, rushed in at the same time to get more war bond application blanks. She went to her office in the water department of the city hall with six applications and in 15 minutes they were gone. "I sold all the bonds without getting-up from my desk," she asserted. "And I'm back for more.

I've only been registered one day, but I surely did start off with a bang. It's more fun and I may Willi MISS PEARL BALLEW 6 Years a Missionary in India. 7 Years Evangelist in America. Sninlay School 8:00 P. M.

1 1 IN THE MODERN church: 1 Georgia Behind Sister States In Bond Drive; 2 Weeks to Go Judgment Day for the Seventh War Loan is Saturday, July 7. And with only two more weeks to go, Georgia only has 63 per cent of her E-Bond quota. Georgia is sitting in a hot spot and i will be even hotter if her Crackers don't fork over more E-Bonds. Special Young People's Service 6:3041:00 Southeastern Bible Tabernacle Capilol Avenue at Memorial Drive, S. W.

Services Nightly, 8:00 O'clock (Except Saturday) BLEATING SHEEP The sheep that cost a king his throne. The sheep which, if you keep, will cost you your place in the Kingdom. What are these sheep? How can you pet rid of them? Be sure to hear this lecture. FREE BIBLE LECTURE Sunday Night at 8:00, June 24 PRECEDED BY SOMETHING 1 Prophetic Birth of a Nation Motion Picture in COLOR 7:00 P. FREE Also Saturday Night Special 7:45 ARTHUR E.

tICKEV Nation-Wide Speaker "WITCH-BOUND AFRICA" JUNE 23 RELIGIOUS MOTION PICTURE OF AFRICA FREE Bible Auditorium, Peachtre and Beverly N. W. (Just north of 19th SO CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL Rev. Sumner Guerry, Pastor On Seminole N. Near Little 5 Points 3 Blocks From Ponce de Leon, Between' Highland and Moreland VISITORS WELCOME SERVICES 8 AND 11 A.


Sunday School 11 A. 3L Testimonial Wednesday. 8 P. M. READING ROOM 720 Mortgage Guarantee Daily 9 A.

M. to 9 P. M. Wednesday 9 A. M.

to 6 P. M. a FUNERAL NOTICES MORRIS, Mrs. Renna The friends of Mrs. Renna Morris, Mr.

and Mrs. A. C. Sinyard, Mr. and Mrs.

Albert McCollum, of Columbia, S. and Mrs. Gordon Sinyard are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Renna Morris this (Satur day) afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of J. Austin Dillon Rev.

Bill Allison officiating. Inter ment. Greenwood cemetery. VAUGIIT, Harold D. The rela- tives and friends of Harold D.

Vaught, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Vaught, Harry Vaught Mr. and Mrs.

H. H. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C.

R. Carter are invited to attend the funeral of Harold D. Vaught this (Saturday) afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of Howard L. Carmichael. Rev.

W. M. Bishop will officiate. Inter-ment Greenwood. CHEEK, Mr.

J. F. (Uncle Jim)-The friends and relatives of Mr. J. F.

(Uncle Jim) Cheek, nephews and nieces are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. J. F. (Uncle Jim) Cheek this (Saturday) afternoon at 5 o'clock at the chapel of Mayes Ward Company, Rev, Alton Glasure officiating. Interment in City cemetery.

Mayes Ward Company, 408 Church street. Marietta, Ga. SCOTT. Mr. Benjamin Wllliams-1 Mr.

Benjamin Williams Scott, 723 Brittain drive, N. passed away June 22, 1945. Surviving are Mr. Edward J. Norris, Atlanta; sisters, Mrs.

M. S. Burkhalter, St. Matthews, S. and Mrs.

Leila Eu-banks, Augusta, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Greenberg Flinn. (Columbia, S. C. and Augusta, Ga.

papers please copy). LASSETTER, Mr. C. Bartow The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs.

C. Bartow Lassetter, Carrollton, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.

Las-setter, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wilson, Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs.

Jack Lassetter, Villa Rica, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. C. Bartow Lassetter this (Saturday) afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the Carrollton Presbyterian church, Rev. E. H.

Hamilton officiating. Interment in Carrollton cemetery. Kytle Ayco*ck Funeral Home. KAMACK, Mr. Henry William Friends and relatives of Mr.

and Mrs. Henry William Kamack, Mr. Harry Kamack, Sgt. Robert Kamack, Mr. and Mrs.

R. Tanadero, Miss Maria Kamack, Miss Jane Kamack, RM 2c Lillian Kamack, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kamack and Mr. John Kamack are invited to attend the funeral of Mr.

Henry William Kamack Saturday, June 23, 1945, at 11:30 o'clock at Sacred Heart church. Rev. Father F. M. Perry, S.

will officiate. Interment West View. The gentlemen selected as pallbearers will meet at the chapel of Greenberg Flinn at 11:10 o'clock. MORTON, Mr. James White The friends and relatives of Mr.

and Mrs. James White Morton, Athens, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.

Durrett, Miss Dorothy Morton, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morton Atlanta, Miss Louise Morton, Athens, Mr. and Mrs.

W. R. Morton, Americus, Mr. and Mrs. I.

P. Morton, St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. W.

H. Morton, Salisbury, Mr. T. W. Morton, Athens, Mrs.

W. P. Carlton, Union Point, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. James White Morton this (Saturday) afternoon, June 23 at 5 o'clock from the graveside. Interment will be in family cemetery.

Bernstein Funeral Home, Athens. Ga. REECE, Mr. Willie Hoke died at a private hospital in Marietta Thursday afternoon. He is survived by his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. L. P. Reece, Woodstock, four sisters, Mrs. Clyde Edwards, Chattanooga, Mrs.

E. C. Crider, Atlanta; Miss Laura Reece, Miss Blanche Reece, Woodstock, four brothers, S. Sgt. Franklin Reece, U.

S. Germany; Mr. Merritt Reece, Mr. Joe Reece, Ray Reece; paternal grandmother, Mrs. W.

E. Reece; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Merritt, Woodstock, Ga. Funeral services will be held this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at Rock Springs Baptist church, Cherokee county, Elder B. A. Phillips and Elder M. M.

Morton officiating. Interment, Rock Springs cemetery. Gentlemen selected as pallbearers will please meet at the residence near Woodstock at 1 p. m. Albert M.

Dobbins, funeral director, Marietta, Georgia. (COLORED.) GREEN, Mr. Jessie husband of Mrs. Susie Mae Green, passed away at his residence. Funeral will be announced by the Independent Funeral Home, 332 Auburn avenue.

WATSON, Mr. Andrew Jackson The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Watson are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Andrew Jackson Watson to day at 2:30 p.

m. from our Pied mont chapel. Rev. A. J.

Crochran officiating. Interment South View cemetery. Murdaugh 71 Piedmont, N. E. COGLIN, Miss Florence of 1022 W.

Fair street, S. W. The friends and relatives are invited to attend her funeral tomorrow, (Sunday) June 24, at 2 o'clock at Shiloh Baptist church, 532 W. Princeton street, College Park, Rev. Dotson officiating.

Interment, College View cemetery. College Park. Pallbearers and flower girls please meet at the residence at 12:45 p. Sunday. Sellers Bros.

FLUELLEN, Mr. John Eugene of 93 2 Boulevard, N. E. The friends and relatives of Mrs. Corrie Jones, of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs.

Tynie McDuffie, Mr. James McDuffie, Miss Rosa Mae Vanover and Mrs. Lizzie Davis, all of Atlanta, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. John Eugene Fluellen today (Saturday) at 3 o'clock at our chapel, Rev. T.

L. Connally officiating. Interment, Lincoln cemetery. Sellers Bros. (COLORED.) In Memoriam In loving memory of our dear wife and mother.

Mrs. Susie Mae Clowers, who departed this life eight years ago today. June 23. 1937. Our loss but heaven's gain.

MR. FRANK CLOWERS and Children. In Memoriam In loving memory ot our darling son, brother and uncle, Theodore P. Terry, who passed away two years ago today, June 23, 1943. There is a home not by hands Beyond its golden door.

Awaits the one who's not away. Not lost, just eore before. MRS. LIZZIE TERRY and FAMILY. Saturday, June 23, 1945 FUNERAL NOTICES MATSOX Funeral services for Mrs.

Thomas T. (Dolly Fritz) Mayson will be held Saturday, June 23, 1945. at 3:30 o'clock at Spring Hill. Dr. Lester Rumble officiating.

Interment Sardis cemetery. H. M. Patterson Son. POLAK Funeral services for Mrs.

Henri A. Polak will be held Saturday. June 23, 1945, at 2 o'clock at Spring Hill, Rev. Mat thew Warren officiating. Interment Oakland.

The pallbearers will be Mr. Whitner Howard, Mr. Robert Lose, Mr. Ivan Humphries, Mr. Russell Deal, Mr.

Paul Hulfish, Mr. Marion Bleakley. H. M. Patterson Son.

"WHITE The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. George L. White Phoenix, Miss Betty Sue Wynn, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs.

Scott McDade, Tucson, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Early, Macon, Mr. J. F.

Horton, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Holt. Mesa, Mr. and Mrs.

Don Myers, Rifle, and ARM3C George L. White U. S. Corpus Christi, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. George L.

White Sr. Sunday, June 24. 1945, at 3 o'clock at Spring Hill. Rev. C.

L. Alligood officiating. Interment College park H. M. Patterson Son.

COCHRAN. Mis. C. LTThe friends and relatives of Mrs. C.

L. (Lena Nix) Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Nix, Mr.

and Mrs. Roy T. Nix, Mr. Alton Cochran, Jane Cochran. Mr.

and Mrs. C. H. Bruce, Mrs. Cora Nuckolls, Mrs.

Laura Chadwick, Mrs. Robert Messrs. Ezra, Freddie and Clifford Dover are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. L.

(Lena Nix) Cochran this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of Howard L. Carmichael. Rev. J. T.

Barnes will officiate. Interment Hill Crest. Pallbearers will assemble at the chapel at 1:45 o'clock. AVALTOX, Mr. Joseph I.

(Joe) Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Walton, Mr.

and Mrs. J. R. Walton, Mr. and Mrs.

L. F. Walton, and Mr. and Mrs. James Walton, of Carrollton; Mr.

and Mrs. W. H. King, Waco, Mr. and Mrs.

C. A. Arnold, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kittle, Temple, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr.

Joseph I. (Joe) Walton from Concord Methodist church (Hickory Level) this (Saturday) afternoon, June 23, 1945, at 3 crclock. with Rev. J. E.

Wix, Rev. J. W. Womack and Rev. L.

P. Lambert officiating. Interment, church cemetery. Martin Funeral Home, Carrollton, Ga. BRLVDLE, Sir.

J. A. Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J.

A. Brindle, Mrs. Lloyd Padgett, Mr. Olin Brindle, Miss Opal Brindle; Master D. A.

Brindle, Pvt. and Mrs. Denton Brindle, Pvt. and Mrs. Jake Brindle, Mr.

and Mrs. Albert Brindle, all of Woodstock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brindle, of Hinton, Mr. and Mrs.

Clyde Brindle, of Philadelphia, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. J. A. Brindle tomorrow (Sunday) morning at 11 a. m.

(CWT) at Friendship Baptist church in Pickens county. Woodstock Lodge No. 246 will have charge of services. Funeral cortege will leave the residence in Woodstock at 9 a. m.

Jones Funeral Home, Canton. Ga. BROWNLOW, Mr. Clifford San-ford the friends and relatives of Mr. C.

S. Brownlow, Mrs. Bessie Bro'Aulow, Mrs. Clarence Brown, Mr. and Mrs.

Roy M. Brownlow, Mr. and Mrs. Coy A. Brownlow, Mr.

and Mrs. R. P. Brownlow, Mr. and Mrs.

James W. Brownlow, Mrs. Myrtis Hudgins, Mrs. Juell Smith and Mrs. Alice Black are invited to attend the funeral of Mr.

Clifford Sanford Brownlow Saturday, June 23, at 1:30 p. m. from the St. Paul Methodist church. Rev.

Wills M. Jones will officiate. Interment, Alta Vista cemetery, Gainesville, Ga. The following gentlemen will please serve as pallbearers and meet at the residence, 273 Glen wood avenue, S. at 1 p.

Mr. Dean Kelly, Mr. Joe Allen, Mr. Ralph Williams, Mr. T.

M. Hester, Mr. A. B. Dumas and Mr.

Emmett Steele. The board of stewards of St. Paul Methodist church will serve as honorary escort. Hubert Vickers Funeral Home. Gainesville, Ga.

Monuments Mrk your loved ones' graves, buy direct from plant. Save $25 to $50. Phone dav or night DE. 2321 DIXIE MARBLE GRANITE CO. and Mayson Atlanta.

Ga. J. P. DARBY'S marble and granite monuments and markers. All sizes, at reasonable prices.

Call WA. 7473. 1098 Memorial Dr S. E. (COLORED.) LEE, Mrs.

Lucile of 159 Newman street, N. EI, passed away at the residence. Funeral to be announced later by Hanley Co. HARDEMAN, Mr. William Rela-tives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Sunday, June 24, at 1 p.

m. from Poplar Hill church, Rev. Horace Williams officiating. Ike Lackey Sons Funeral Home, Covington, Ga. SHERMAN, Mrs.

Martha the wife of Mr. Sam Sherman, of Covington, Ga. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from St. James A. M.

E. church, Monticello, Rev. D. D. -on officiating.

Sanford Funpral Home, Covington, Ga. EVANS, Mr. James M. Friends and relatives of Mrs. Idell Evans, Mr.

Matthew Evans, Mrs. Evlin Zellar. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Keith, Mr.

snd Mrs. Lerov Shankel. Mrs. Esteila Park, all of Atlanta, and Mr. Peter Evans, of JacKsonvine, Fla are invited to attend the fu neral of Mr.

James Evans today at 2 p. m. from our chapel, Rev. J. T.

Dorsey officiating. Interment in South View cemetery. Hanley Co. KEMP. Mrs.

Albertirie Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Kemp and family, of Fairburn, Pfc. and Mrs. Howard is.emp, cf Seattle, Cpl.

Emory Kemp and family, overseas; Mr. J. M. Kemp, of Chicago, Mrs Annie Smith Cochran, Mrs. Lizzie Snath and family, Mr.

Summer Cochran, Mr. Seaborn Cochran, Mr. Wright Cochran and family, Dr. H. B.

Cochran and family, Dr, and Mrs. A. C. Cochran, of Atlan ta, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Albertine Kemp Sundav, June 24, at 2 p.

m. at St Mark M. E. church, Fairburn, Rev. J.

Shopsey officiating. Inter ment at Saint Paul cemetery. Ivey morticians. In Athens; Father Of 3 Mantans James White Morton, 73, father of three Atlantans and prominent Athens churchman, died Thursday night at the residence of a heart attack. Funeral services will be held at 5 p.

m. today at the graveside near Athens. Mr. Morton was a member of the Methodist church in Athens. He was also a member of the board of trustees of Young Harris College and formerly served on the board at LaGrange College.

He is survived by his wife, the former Miss Cora Tuck; five children, James Dorothy and Mrs. J. Frazer Durrett, all of Atlanta; W. Morton, of Americus, and Louise Morton, of Athens; three brothers, Tunis W. Morton, of Athens; I.

Powell Morton, of St. Louis, and W. H. Morton, of Maryland; a sister, Mrs. Parks Carlton, of Union Point; and six grandchildren.

Mrs. Ashby's Lecture Mrs. Rose Mae Ashby, psychologist, will deliver a lecture at 3 p. m. tomorrow at the Ansley hotel.

The subject of the lecture will be "Learning Mental, Spiritual and Real Values for Success." The public is invited. FUNERAL NOTICES VAN DUSEN, Mr. C. L. -of 670 Boulevard, S.

died June 21, 1945. Surviving are his wife. Private funeral services will be held Saturday, June 23, at 11 o'clock at the graveside in Oakland cemetery. Rev. Bill Allison officiating.

H. M. Patterson Son. AVERY, Mrs. Mollie S.

of 2213 East Lake road, N. died June 22, 1945. Surviving are her daughters, Mrs. J. B.

Drew, Mrs. J. H. Pennington, Mrs. Phena Harvell, Mrs.

George P. Moore; sons, Mr. W. H. Avery, Jacksonville Beach, Mrs.

B. B. Avery, several grandchildren and great-grandchil-dren. H. M.

Patterson Son. AHWORTliTMrs. Gladys Ellen of 668 Dill avenue, S. died June 22, 1945. She is survived by a son, Capt.

William H. Howland; mother, Mrs. M. E. Scogin; sisters, Mrs.

R. L. Butler, Mrs. E. F.

Martin; brother, Mr. B. H. Scogin. (Birmingham, papers, please copy).

Arrangements by Harry G. Poole. SILVERSTEIN, Mr. Max Friends and relatives of Mr. Max Silver-stein, Mr.

Willie Silverstein, Mr. Abe Silverstein, Mr. Hyman Silverstein, Mrs. Alex Zoslow are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Max Silverstein Sunday, June 24, 1945.

at 11 o'clock at the chapel of Greenberg Flinn. Rabbi Arthur Weiss and Cantor Joseph Schwartzman will officiate. Interment will be in Greenwood cemetery. WILSON, Mr. Augustus Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral of Mr.

Augustus Wilson. Survivors are Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, Mr. J. Hunter Wilson, of Crawfordville, Mr.

Bryant Wilson, Covington, Miss Julia Wilson, Covington, Mrs. J. V. Pickett, Covington, Mrs. Ross Ellington, Oxford, Mrs.

W. S. Sharp, Stone Mountain, Mrs. J. L.

Foster, Atlanta, Ga. Funeral services will be held at Love joy church near Covington, Sunday, June 24, at 3 p. conducted by Rev. Paul Chaney. Interment, family lot.

J. C. Harwell Son, Covington, in charge. PERNTER The friends and relatives of Mrs. Anna L.

Pernter, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pernter, Roanoke, Lt.

and Mrs. V. L. Pernter, Atlanta; Mrs. Minna L.

Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Moser, all of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs.

E. A. Moser, Marshalltown, Iowa; Miss Nancy Pernter, Roanoke, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Anna L. Pertner Saturday, June 23, 1945.

at 4:30 o'clock at Spring Hill. Dr. D. A. Sox officiating.

Interment West View. The pallbearers will be Mr. John M. Brown, Mr. E.

F. Stone, Mr. C. E. Betsill, Mr.

John S. Pate, Mr. J. C. Shivers, Mr.

T. L. Davis; As honorary pallbearers: Mr. E. T.

Henley, Mr. W. P. Timmie, Mr. F.

L. Woodruff, Mr. Willard Jones, Mr. J. L.

Hughes, Mr. F. T. Greene. H.

M. Patterson Son. (COLORED) JACKSON, Mr. William Sr. of College Park.

His funeral will be tomorrow, (Sunday) June 24, at 2 o'clock. Interment, College Park. The body will lie in state at the residence from 5 o'clock today (Saturday) until the hour of funeral. Sellers Bros. MARTIN, Mrs.

Emma Friends and relatives of Mrs. Emma Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Martin, of Roswell; Mr. and Mrs.

Sam Martin, of Norcross; Mr. Lewis Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wood, Luthersville, Mr. and Mrs.

Andy Wood, Molen, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Emma Martin this (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at Zion Baptist church. Rev. P. L.

Jones will officiate. Interment, Pleas-ant Hill cemetery. WILLIS, Rev. Hall B. Friends and relatives of Rev.

G. G. Willis and family, Mrs. Fannie Harper and family, all of Atlanta, Mrs. Hessie Casple, of Albany, N.

Cpl. R. B. Willis and family, of -Brooklyn, j. Mr.

and Mrs Norman Harper and family, of Margaret, are invited to at tend the funeral of Rev. Hall Willis tomorrow (Sunday) at 2 o'clock from Wolf Creek County Line Baptist church, Rev. J. Wyatt officiating, assisted by oth ers. Interment in churchyard.

Lemon-Tomlinson Funeral Home, McDonough, Ga. WINKLEY, Mrs. Ruby Lee Smith of 1686 Lively street, Rockdale Park. Her funeral will be tomor row, Sunday, June 24, at 2 o'clock at Shiloh Baptist church, near Stone Mountain, Rev. Ernest Echols officiating.

Interment, churchyard. The body will lie in state at 447 Jones avenue, N. from 7 clock today (Saturday) until the hour of funeral Sunday. The cortege will leave from 447 Jones avenue, 12 o'clock noon Sun day. Sellers Bros.

even get that washing machine, too." Mrs. Harris also sold bonds for the American Women's Voluntary Services last year. Her husband, Capt. Donald Harris, was killed three years ago in Egypt while serving in the Army Air Corps. It's no wonder she enjoys selling bonds to fight back.

Mrs. Robert Neel. president of the AWVS. asks that more women of the Atlanta area come to the registration booth in tlv Healey building today and sign-up for the war bond contest, ending Saturday, June 30. There is a week yet in which to pile up war bond sales and win the electric washing machine, first prize; or the electric ironer, second award.

Further information may be obtained by calling Walnut 4687. salesman to approach you when you know that by walking to the nearest bank you can purchase bonds? "Is there no shame left in our makeups that Georgians are content to rank last in the southern states in doing our duty to our country and to her gallant warriors to our own flesh and blood? "We, the members of the Georgia Citizens Council representing every section of our state, call upon our fellow citizens to awake from their lethargy, sound a mighty charge and lift the banner of Georgia from the mire where it now rests. "This is not time for weasel words. This is not time for alibis. We either will or we won't let this disgraceful blot remain upon our escutcheon.

There are not many days left. Will July 7th bring us victory on the home-front or humiliating defeat? The answer is up to you! "Signed: Morgan Blake, Julian V. Boehm, Robert A. Burns, Griffin; Mrs. Ralph Butler, Dallas; Harmon W.

Caldwell, Athens; Charles A. Collier, Josiah Crudup, Gainesville: Ed Davidson, Columbus: Mrs. Francis Dwyer, William D. Ellis. "LL Col.

Parks Huntt, Wilmer D. Lanier, Augusta; Mrs. Robert A. Long. Mrs.

Frank P. Mclntire, Savannah; Mrs. Elizabeth McWa-ters, Cedartown; Mrs. Sidney B. McNair, Macon; Mrs.

Floyd W. McRae, Mrs. C. C. Sapp.

Albany; Herman L. Turner, L. M. Twiggs, Gainesville; William A. Watt, 1 Thomasville." A 'Mrs.

Quisling' Held BRUSSELS, Belgium, June 22. (VP) The wife of the Belgian Quisling, Leon Degrelle, has been arrested in Brussels after her expulsion from Switzerland. She had in her possession money, jewels and documents belonging to her husband who is in the custody of the Spanish government. MORTUARY CLIFFORD SANFORD BROWNLOW. Clifford Sanford Brownlow, 39, of 273 Glen wood avenue.

S. died Thursday in a private hospital. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p. m. today in St.

Paul Methodist church in Gainesville. The Rev. Willis M. Jones will officiate. Burial will be in Alta Vista cemetery.

Hubert Vickers Funeral Home is in charge. Mr. Brownlow Is survived by his mother. Mrs. Bessie Brownlow, of Atlanta: a daughter.

Mrs. Clarence Brown, of Atlanta: four brothers. Roy M. and James W. Brownlow, of Atlanta: Coy A.

and R. P. Brownlow. of Chicopee: three sisters, Mrs. Myrtis Hudgins.

of Gainesville; Mrs. Juell Smith, of Chicopee, and Mrs. Alice Black, of Marietta. MAX SILVERSTEIN. Max Silverstein, 81, former Atlantan, died yesterday at his home in Columbia.

S. C. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel of Greenberg Flinn.

with Rabbi Arthur Weiss. Cantor Joseph Schwartzman and the Rev. P. S. Clein officiating.

Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Alex Zoslow. of Jacksonville. and three sons, Willis Silverstein.

of Indianapolis. Abe Silverstein, of Atlanta, and Hyman Silverstein, of Greenville, S. C. MRS. JANE BROWN CAROTHERS.

Funeral services for Mrs. Jane Brown Carothers, of 251 Lakeview avenue. N. who died Thursday at the residence, were held yesterday at Spring Hill, with Dr. Herman Turner officiating.

Burial was in Decatur cemetery. HAROLD D. VAUGHT. Harold D. Vaught.

8-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Vaught, of 665 Connally drive. East Point, died Thursday in a private hospital.

Funeral services will be held at 4 p. m. today in the chapel of Howard L. Carmichael. The Rev.

W. M. Bishop will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery. Other than by his parents he i survived by a brother.

Harry Lee Vnughl and by his grandparent. Mr. and Mrs. C. R.

Carter and Mr. and Mrs. H. rl. Cooper.


C. L. Cochran, 49. of 8fi6 Beryl street, died Thursday at a private hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.

m. today in the chapel of Howard L. Carmichael. the Rev. J.

T. Barnes officiating. Burial will be in Hill Crest cemetery. She is survived by a daughter. Miss Jane Cochran; three sons, Doyle E.

Nix. Roy P. Nix and Alton L. Cochran: four sisters. Mrs.

C. H. Bruce. Cora Nucholls. Mrs.

Laura Chadwick and Mrs. Robert fa*gan. and three brothers, Ezra, Freddie and Clifford Dover. MRS. MOLLIE S.

AVERY. Mrs. Mollie S. Avery. 83.

of 2213 East Lake road, N. widow of John Avery, died yesterday at the residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by H. M. Patterson Son.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. J. B. Drew, Mrs. J.

H. Pennington and Mrs. George P. Moore, of Atlanta, and Mrs. Phena Harvell, of Trion, two sons.

W. H. Avery, of Jacksonville. and B. B.

Avery, of Atlanta; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. MRS. GLADYS ELLEN ASH WORTH. Mrs. Gladys Ellen Ashworth, 51.

of 668 Dill avenue. S. died yesterday in a private hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Harry G. Poole.

Survivors include a son, Capt. William Howland, of the Marine Corps; her mother. Mrs. M. E.

Scogin; two sisters. Mrs. R. L. Butler and Mrs.

E. F. Martin, both of Atlanta: and a brother, B. H. Scogin, of Atlanta.

Sunday School 9:30 Park Avenue Baptist Church REV. L. E. SMITH, Pastor Preaching 11 A. M.

and 8 P. IYI-Baptist Training Union 6:45 But quick! At a meeting yesterday of the Georgia Citizens Council, Jackson P. Dick, chairman of the Georgia War Finance Committee, told the council that our state is far behind her sister southern states in the Mighty Seventh. In view of this alarming fact, the Georgia Citizens Council prepared the following statement, which was signed by all members: "The Georgia Citizens Council, created by legislative action and appointment by the Governor, desires to call attention of the people of Georgia to the desperate and disgraceful position of our state at present in the matter of bond investment in the Seventh War Loan campaign. "The cold facts indicate that the state that gave birth to Gen.

Hodges, of the First Army, ranks last among all the southern states and that the weakest link is the capital city of our state, which we are wont to boast as the imperial capital of the southeast. "Is it possible that while Georgia's heroic sons are dying and suffering grievous wounds in the hell holes of the Pacific the secure and safe citizens of our state back at home will let the word go back to those boys that we have failed miserably in backing them up with our money? Must those boys who went through the terrible campaigns of Iwo Jima and Okinawa be confronted with the fact that their fathers and relatives and friends in their native Georgia have let them down? "What are you waiting for? Are you waiting for some bond Benjamin V. Scott, 51, Veteran, Dies Benjamin Williams Scott, 51, of 723 Brittain drive, N. retired secretary to the general ireignt agent of the Atlanta West Point Railroad, died last night at the residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Greenberg Flinn.

Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. M. S. Burkhalter, of St. Matthews, S.

and Mrs. Leila H. Eubanks, of Augusta, and several nieces and nephews. A native of White Pond, S. Mr.

Scott had lived here for many years. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and a Mason. THE WEATHER ATLANTA One year ago today (June 24, 1944): High 96. Low 76. SUN AND MOON FOR TODAY.

Sun rises 5:27 a. sets 7:53 p. m. Moon rise 6:13 p. set 3:58 a.

m. GEORGIA Fair and warm north, cloudy and not to warm mouth portion with ihowen extreme south portion Sat. urday. Sunday, partly cloudy and warm north, cloudy, mild and showers south portion. Rather windy extreme south portion Saturday night and Sunday, LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.

(Based on observations at the Municipal Airport.) Highest temperature Lowest temperature 6j Mean temperature 78 Rainfall in past 24 hours .00 Rainfall since first of month 3.47 Excess since first of month Rainfall since Jan. 1 27.40 Excess since Jan. 1 1-67 WASHINGTON, June 22. Weather bureau report of temperature and rainfall for the 24 houra ending 8 p. m.

in the principal cotton growing areas and else where Dr. Burns preaches Sunday morning at eleven Summer Sermons on "THE KINGDOM OF GOD" Church school at nine forty-five for all ages PEACHTREE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Peachtree at Spring Street U. S. To Train Chinese NORFOLK, Va June 22. for admission of 600 Chinese, who will pass through Hampton Roads en route to Washington for assignment to study technical training in this country, were discussed today at a meeting of government officials and others in the Office of the Collector of Customs.

THE SCIENCE OF SATISFACTORY LIVING THE OVERCOMING of disease, important as it is, is but one of the functions of Christian Science. Indeed the Discoverer and Founder of this Science, Mary Baker Eddy, writes (Rudimental Divine Sdence, p. 2): "Healing physical disease is the smallest part of Christian Science. It is only the bugle-call to thought and action in the higher realm of infinite goodness." Students of Christian Science have found it bringing them a fuller sense of capability, usefulness, and satisfaction than they had known before giving new color and interest to their lives; enriching their friendships; giving them understanding and an experience of peace and joy surpassing all their expectations. They have seen clearly that this Science is the Science of Life and of satisfactory living.

The complete explanation of Christian Science, and of the means of utilizing it on behalf of oneself and others, is given in the Christian Science textbook, SCIENCE and HEALTH with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy This great book, which after hundreds of editions continues to be in increasing worldwide demand, may be had in cloth at $2 or 3, or in morocco leather (blue, brown, or black) at 5. Sent postpaid to any address, on receipt of price, by Alfred Pittman, Publishers' Agent, One, Norway Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts. Obtainable also at CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOMS at 105A FORSYTH NW 720 MORTGAGE GUARANTEE BUILDING Atlanta McDONOUGH ST. Building and Loan Bldg. Decatur Also at Christian Science Reading Rooms in other Georgia communities and throughout the world, their addresses being listed generally in telephone directories.

All these Reading Rooms are open to the public, without charge, for the study of Chriitian Science, as well as for the purchase of its literature. Tune in Sundays PILGRIMS' HOUR WAR 12:30 P.M. Old Fashioned Revival Hour WATL 10:00 P.M. Charles E. Fuller Director International Gospel Broadcast EVERY SUNDAY WATL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 200 South Pryor at Trinity Cordially invites you to come here REV.

HARRISON McMAINS, Minister Preaching 11:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M. Sunday Atlanta Unity Center Sunday Services II A.

M. Biltmore Hotel SUBJECT: "BUILDING THE TEMPLE" Speaker: Mrs. Mercedes Fossler Minister: Kathryn Boyce REVIVAL NELLIE DODD METHODIST CHURCH THREE GREAT GOSPEL MESSAGES 11 A. M- 2:45 P. M.

7:45 P. M. By EVANGELIST CIIAS. M. DUN A WAY Saturday Service 8 P.

M. ST. MARK METHODIST CHURCH Peachtree at Fifth LESTER RUMBLE, D. Pastor Assistants: Leon Smith. Robert Wilcox 11:00 A.

M. Hjyward H. Johnson. (Nursery open for small children) 7:30 P. M.

"Home of the Soul" Dr. Rumble Service Men and Women, Student. Especially Invited. STATION High Low Prec. Birmingham 91 62 Boston 75 65 .14 Chicaoo 54 Detroit 82 53 Fort Worth 86 70 .12 Jacksonville 8 73 1.02 Kansas City 86 64 Little Rock 78 68 Memphis 90 65 Miami 81 74 .21 Minn.

-St. Paul 87 62 Mobile 0 71 New Orleans 87 75 ,02 New York 80 65 .70 Phoenix 100 69 Pittsburgh 81 56 San Antonio 84 70 .31 Savannah 94 69 .02 Tampa 78 73 .19 Washington 82 67 .33 1026 Ponce de Leon Avenue. N. E. 9:30 A.

M. Men's Bible Class. DR. WALLACE M. ALSTON.

Minister. 11:00 A. "The Tragedy of Having a Smattering of Religion." 8:00 P. M. "Happiness Through NORTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Peachtree Street at North Avenue DR.

VERNON S. BROYLES Minister. SUNDAY. 9:45 A. M.


"NAAMAN AND ELISHA." Sermons by the Pastor. Nursery for small children during momma worship. This church is open daily for prayer and meditation. LODGE NOTICES The regular convocation of Smyrna Chapter No. 160, R.

A. will be held in the Masonic hall, Smyrna. tonight (Saturday! at 7:30 o'clock. The Most Excellent Master and Roval Arch decrees will be conferred. Ail qualified Companions are cordially and fraternally invited to attend.

By order of T. L. ANDERSON, H. P. ZELAN T.

WILLS. Secretary LEGAL NOTICE. Amendment 4, Order No. 5. effective 12:01 A.

E. W. June 22. 1945, termination size provisions, issued pursuant marketing agreement and order regulating handling fresh peaches grown in Georgia. Grade provisions retained in effect S.

R. SMITH. Office Marketing Services. W. E.

LEIGH. Manager, Industry Committee. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Peachtree at Sixteenth Street DR. WILLIAM V. GARDNER Pastor 9:45 A.


6:30 P. M. YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES Nursery for small children (2' i to 6) during the worship service 1 lift.

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