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June 29, 1961

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:::;Tke Cub, [ roe Press r;'.* Founded July 21, 1960 at Cuba, Missouri WORKING FOR CUBA AND SURR@UNDING AREA Entered as second-class matter at the post office at Cuba, Mo. Published weekly, each Thu rsday, at Cuba, Missouri SUBSCRIPTIONS : ......... $2.00 in Missouri; $2.50 Elsewhere Percy Pascoe, Jr., Publisher and Editor ;: Rose Wiggins, Ass't Editor and :' Circulation Manager Address all communications in care of The Cuba Free Press, Box 192, Cuba Misourl or phone TU 5-7460 W t..'ff Thursday, June 29, 1961 GUEST EDITORIAL i. Zlest o lariat uts. ca- not survlve on muteness. If e people ail to express ,tahemselves, The most eminent o/all small- ttey fail to govern. They become town newspaper in American's lfistmzF, Wi,llim A,'llen Wh, .,the governed--without freedom once wrate:/!? natRm will of speech. sm'vive..:i, orrly men can spezk Dumas (Ark.) Clarion in whatever way given 4aem to ttter Wlte their heoa ,hold." I The peop do frequently JAWES PRAIRIE _ak out 1o wel'lkewspper oditor: ey l,e .their ophiion$ Mr..nd Mrs. Leo-:lor, ts vis- on many  of govermnert. SLed their aunt &lice Beuer & However, hen St comes to speak huband, Tuesd_ y rd told lng those op,lniors, to el hrouh,t her some aAce cherries. !lch0rd Reports-- Congressman Richm'd H. Iehord aamunced today ,t Con- gressionat hearings on the pro- posed estblhinen of ,the O- zark R,iecs Non Mounmet 'in sou them Msouri are schled- uied for July 6th ands 7h in W ashington, D. C. "Ihe le'ing o n .the 5t_h  be before the Se'te Comntee I on Inrior nd he heang ouJ (e 7,tab will be before e, House Comnie, boh covening II ,a 9:45 a.m. I Congre Iedmaxl and tahe wo Mismuri Son,tars. Sua Symingtn and Edvaad V, Long ortsored idmardeal bitls &'a te Congress, & tave ooornted ortgressionl harings too peaTn AT THE CHURCHES BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Lloyd Wilhite, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship o 11 a.m. Training Union - 7 p.m. Mrs. Edna Durbin - Director Evening Worship - 8 p.m. Mid-week Ser. - 7:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Delmar Hutson, Pastor Farris Sappington, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Sun. Training Union - 7:00 p.m. Sun. Eve. Worship - 8 p.m. Wed. Prayer Ser. - 7 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST ./ (North Main St., Cuba, Mo.) Bible Study - 9:00 a.m. Worship Se'vices and Commun:ion - 10:00 a.m. Thu'sday Study - 7:30 p.m. irvterested persons o appear t both gs. The Ozark Rivers Ntkmal Mommsen would, under ae ecrns of Ee bill. be composed of not mome hm 113.000 acres im , Dent, Howell, Oregoa% Riple, Shmmon & Texas Coun- ties. S,itee pereert of the land ,is prese,ny government-owned, nd She a'errrahuler p.tely owned. Congessnm Iehord sid he CHURCH OF GOD Mrs. Raymond Young, Pastor G. C. Taylor, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Sun. eve. Worship - 7:45 p.m. CATHOLIC SERVICES Rev. J. B. Boland, Pastor PATROL NEWS lVIaoris are apparnlly con- inuing to be more careful and eacl.wek the number, of fa- 'a]i,tLes in he ste arless than last year and the difference is greter for the year. Tere are aow 51 ]e,ss daths t,han ast year wth he figures being 394 for his year and 445 i'or 1;t year ,a*t ilhis dte. The monlhs ,tobls or 1961 are 35 compared ,to 69 for 1960 and for tle, week St ws 14 for tis year and 19 last year. Six of She deths occurred on the week end. 3 on Sturdar & 3 on Sunday. The patrol w,ports being cal- ed to 6 accidenrs-over he week end in Crawford CourtLy, none vdted Thursay ad Fridwy wth[ her precr.ts, Mr. an Mrs. Fvank IFrank' 19 Drive I Swetin, M. alld Mrs. " n Rex of Impeial, Mo. spet Thur. I met wth hm. Mr. and Mrs. Do Warren and son, Douglas of St. Theatre Louis vc0ce weekend istors wth the Sweetins. Mr. Roger Donf, Mr. Bob ew- art .an sn,s wert ,to KansRy, FRI. - SAT. JUNE 30, JULY I Mo. Su,nday and brough{ Mrs. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM WaRer Doff home from sever- Victor Mature & Red Buttons in al days visit wRh her daughter "The Big Circus' and family, Mr. and Ms. Water B. Lee, Jr. and her ne-bby with Rhonda Fleming son. Roland Wane EOe,. Feature No. 2 Jas Brown & Della Sharman in 'Five Guns to Tombstone" Neighb re Plus Cartoon 0 suN. - JULY *  in color Cary Grant & Deborah Kerr It, with Robert Mitchum & ' /5 '" Jean Simmons Plus Cartoon  ( TUES.- WEDS. -THURS. - JULY 4-5-6 ' - Wiliam Holden & Nancy Kwan in "; / I/ ", ,,' 'The World of Suzie "Try not to think about it!" Wong' with Sylvia Syms plus cartoon more at your A G store I lb. 3Sc CELLO PKGS. . , , Ib, 49 1 lb. can 49c BLUE SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH G. A. Frederickson, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Gospel Singing every 3rd riday evening of each month :30 p.m. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH hd sponsored te 'legil'cion in Ralph Kitchen, Pastor he House of Represen4tives Sam Kitchen. S.S. Supt. = ...... .. ^,_ Sunday School - I0 a.m. e=nSnmyUm" lOh: :r;Vt Worship Service- 11 a.m. ,the most ffecve way and ol B.T.U. - 7 p.m. ...................... veig worship Ser 8 pm la'xv tit '/t. l]ur Le oue . ' " " ........  You are invited to attend oz ne most scemc secuons ox ,._ our country ' mese settee. FUNERAL HOME SOLD Mr. mad Mrs. Fank Wood have purelased he Jonas Fun- erl Home i n SJeelviRe and will .assume owne.rsh,ip ad nnage- merit on Jun 1. The Jo,aas Funeral Home has been owned by Harry Jonas for many years. NEWS ABOUT TOWN Mr, :and Mrs. Phor Gil- more of Gocoa, Fa,a. arrived Wed- aesday for a vis wRh ,hJs aunt nd uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reeves. His sistr and two (flld- ten wo 'have bee vRig wfla hem n F'l. fr over twg-weeks rem.rled to o.  n. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gram- erM ctas last weelt-'wih ler lick and d sleat sev- maflmr, Mrs /.aide Adams. Bake Sale Saturday, July 1st at American Sale Store by MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. John Ends Leslie Licklider, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Training Union - 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship - 8:30 p.m. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN Dora Dickerson, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. Morning Worship - 11:15 a.m Sabbath School (Saturday 9:45 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mrs. L. B. Ambruster S.S. Supt. Morning Worship - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School - 10:45 a.m. CHUtCH OF CHRIST (Owensville, Mo.) Sunday morning services-- Bible classes for all 9.30 a.m. Worhip period .. 1030 a.m. Evening worship .. 7:00 pan. (The Lord's SuppT Every Sunday.) METHODIST Cuba - Holy Cross Sun. Mass 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. of them fatal ad on,ly one local. Holy Day Mass 9:00 a.m. and Lowell Krevson Jr. ,lost con- 6:00 p.m. trl of hs car on he Thfnnon Steelville - St. Michael Lake Road off of Hwy. 8 Tt- Sunday Mass - 7:00 a.m. urday rght and h,t a tree. Holy Day Mass - 7:00 a.m. FI2,ST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS ABOUT TOWN Rev. J. R. Stogsdill, Pastor Richard Enloe, S.S. Supt. Mrs. He.nriet,ta Pancoast was Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. ,a Sunday vis,i,tor wLh ,her dan- I Morning Worship - 10:50 a.m ghter a,nd family, Mr. ad Mrs. Training Union- 6-30 p.m. Ed Eddlieman and children at Mrs. Walter Durbin. Director Lake Mntowesse. Sun. eve. worship - 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Earl R6brison Wed. Prayer Ser. - 7:30 p.m ,a, nd gando Gary Byingn Communion first Sunda DELI-II BAPTIST CHURCII !Shop Re,,. Walter Sande, Pastor more. . sa# Ralph Libhart, S.S. Supt. .unday School - I0 a.m. Morning W,rship - Ii a.m. Sun. Training Union - 7 p.m Sun. eve. Worship - 8 p.m. Wed. Prayer Ser. -- 7 p.m. " Young People's Meeting Sat- urday - 7:45 p.m. CUBA PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH Rev. IIenry Echols, Pastor and S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Sun. Youth Union 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Bryant, Pastors Sunday Sche,ul - 10 a.m. Worship Serrlce - 11 a.m. Christ's Ambassadors - 6:30 p.m. Sun. night Service - 7:30 p.m. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH MAYROSE BEEF Chuck Pot Roasts MAYROSE ALL MEAT Wieners A.G. LIMIT 1 Coffee offllcls or persons .in a,ovt.y, .1VilaYet Sitlrna -esited Lu Methodist Ladies. Rev. Fred R. Harper, Pastor SHbRFRESH Mrs. Flora Sders wa at Howard'Murphy, S.S. pt. Rev. Rdney R. Scheer ...... people re aflaid tosmk ot. Smgtn Monday -moon. IAn Mo. over he weakend , Sunday School - 9:40 a.m. EdHertlein. S.S. Supt. Cheese 2 Ib loaf 59c May are 0he times when we Hayi,n,g, corn plowing and a "vsrg .her cousin, Mr. & Mrs. Morning Worship - 11:00 aan Sunday School and Bible have been %old, "I can',t aford c f tmseaso ehor are to sign my name or have m ,leepng farmers busy. Very cool Tony Stmrgeo. M.Y.F. - 7:00 p.m. class r 9 a.m. nme t,eled to ,that, although of mghs. Communion first Sunday of Morning Worship - 10:15 a.m every month. 't's I believe." Ec(momic 'lVr. arid Mrs. J. V Telso  If O/d 4/ff/' SEVENTH DAY. ADVENTIS'I pressures are sometimes ,the vi.ited ,at Ezro Breuers on Wed- L ,-1  t t lgf::r ] reons give,n, buc more often nesd of last wek  "'('I^ ]  i FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH ADVENTIST CHURCH ,is a fear of retalia.tlon of some Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lieklkier, Ml ,',., /.,2_._.. / " (Cuba Theatre> , Bourbon, =o. " -' -,an[a,oupes "_-- for 79c sort ttt preve,K people from i Jim and Carol and Mr. nd Mrs. "* _)\\;,1 / ,J / Su,lay School - 10:00 a.m. on old Hwy. 66 west peakf  their "I. " Sillyman were shopping ,and see- h  1 -" Preaching - 11:00 I Elder W. K, Smith - Pastor U ems ,today that .it,4 easy hag their doctor at Owensville \\; ]  ( 4pt  Sundy Eve. Serv. - 7:30 p.m.l ,to" acquire a conviction on cool-!on Thursday aftzmloon - :fl- Wed. Song Serv. - 7:30 p.m. ] BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH troversM1 matters, but quJ.te t Frmnds" of Mrs. Ruby'-McAr-. ,, ,-_ -w-- another ma.ttcr when it comeslbur are gl,ad to know she s To some parents, youth is __ j Roy. C. FC.bp'inM:ll, Pastor PEVELY FARMCREST Complete line or to backing up .that convicthm, l,hnprovipg . after $mgery a stranger tban fiction." I Bill West, S.S. Supt. Our ,tion's go.crnme.,t. rom, belps Co. Hosp. TUSSY PRODUCTS ] .unday .... School 10 a m IFRANK -- , MorningWorsbeip-ll a..m Ice Cream ' llkakAD /(NIFR I Sun. Young People - 7 p.m. " .......... T ....... [ Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m. ono [ Midweek Ser. Wed.- 7:30 p.m v DUSTING POWDER C '"' ! GOSPEL TABERNACLE . '/2 PRICE I(Former Taylor School House)V2 gal. 59 Cu b a :, ..:F u r n it u re Store [1 Re. W. D. Nefington, pastor,SundaySUndaySUnday Eve.Shlwrship- 7:45" "9:4511:00p.m.a'm'a'm'l,' ' Thursday P.Y.P.A. - 7:45 p.m] Closed 4th of July Store a Name "EWS'BUTTW"'HAACK'S MARKET The With Mrs. Bob Harmon and son, :, Gregory of Troy, Mo. are snd.] NEXT TO THE BANK ing is week with Sut. ana I lW,. Emil Harman while he[ ; - --FREE GIFTS AND EAGLE STAMPS - Uhooa-d is t,nding summer] WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT E-Z TERMS - 4 MONTHS CHARGE ACCOUNT NO INTEREST. FREE DELIVERY AT THE FRIENDLY STORE GENERAL ELECTRIC, MAYTAG, NORGE REFRIGERATORS - STOVES - R.C.A., SYLVANIA TELEVISIONS AND RADIOS LIVING ROOM3UITS - SIMMONS & LAMMERTS- BEDROOM SUITS - JOHNSON CARPET -- BASSETI AND LAMMERTS END OF MONTH SALE IN OUR EXCHANGE DEPT. GOOD REFRIGERATOR - -STOVES - WRINGER AUTOMATIC WASHERS - LIVING ROOM AND BED ROOM SUITS AT LOW PRICES AND E-Z TERMS or a Limited Time Only, famous Perma-Dew Six de]ightful shades to choose from. All kissed with permardew-- the softening secret only Tussy knows. Your choice of these six fashion-wise shades : CONTRABAND CORAL CLOUD YOUNGTIME PINK tttGH tIIGH PINK ROSEBERRY FLIGHT-TIME RED MERAMEO SU00IlIES SEE FRANK BEFORE YOU BUY Summer Safety Tips "'Drivo or a sae hol,idayl", Mr. Pat T. Cart of Pa, ul T. Clarr Motor, of Cuba, Missotmi uged ll Cuba area motorists xtay. He reported he second mmtml summerrtime traffic aceidert pro vention campaign  being con- ducted locally ,to help stem the dde of injuries .and dearths on he sta-eets ad highwa during he hoHdaT .mad vaea4ion periods ahead. Once again new ear md 'tire de.leers .are sending specia holi- day letters o their emp%oyees nd customers. The 'letters on- courage them o eoy driving lIp pavert serious diigure- ALLOW FOR EMERGENCIES by observing se,vema basic safe me, disablement- even deallh. sdjust your driving o road, driving suggestions. -ffic aaad weaer co. BE ---drivng  a ftfll The drive is sponoved ntion- "t&ne lob. M. Cvr expresed tle hope ally by %he Patti T. Oar Motor of Cuba, Missouri tnd the Auto AKE COURTESY YOUR -m  motorists will plaff to in Ind I-Ihvay SatN Corn- CODE OF THE ROAD--i  dude in responsibiRy mi. ordy  momert, for the sfety of fellow motor- isis and pedestrians i n eir In the holiday and v_tinn FOLLOW TIlE RULES OF THE holiday avel plans. "He painted eter, ear owners ave urged .o: ROAD--si@as, signa ,ad roal ott ,that eedess de,ah & injury" markings are your guides to a resuRs rom human error, im- CHECK YOUR CAR--be sure it sa$ %rip. proper dIve at/alLude, and ,lack s in to condition for summer of ,safe ear mainaance. All of drivg. TAKE FREQUENT BREAKS--- tlesse contrbuig causes could pull ff he mad and relax .... be avoided hrough diver oh- USE SEAT BELTS---hey can drive refreshed ervtion of care, coursy ad common sense. Paul T. Carr Motor