Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 12
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NfiWS'HERALp, Panama City, fla., Sunday, June 30,1974 Page 5B Mf. And Mrs. David L. Lebowski Ton/ Shin Weds David L. Lebrowski Miss Ton! K. Shinn and David L. Lebowski were Joined in holy matrimony by Mr. David Yount on May 10, 1974, at 7:30 p.m. in the evening, in the south ballroom of the Hilton Hotel, in Jacksonville, Fla. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Shinn, of Salem, Illinois, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lebowski of Panama City, Florida. For her wedding, the bride chose an A-line polyester gown with a bodice of French imported beaded lace. The upper sleeve and cuffs were from the same lace and the lower sleeve was made from chiffon. The bottom of the gown was trimmed in lace. The bride's waist length veil was made from tule with a Juliette beaded cap. The bride carried a bouquet of elven-cymbidium-orchids. Miss Vickie Hovan served as Maid-of Honor and miss Debra Colson was the only Bride's Maid. Both wore long mint green gowns of polyester. The gowns had V-necked halter bodices, matching mint green, short-sleeved jackets. They carried nosegays of spring flowers and wore matching floral head pieces. Dow Lebowski served as Best Man and Dwight Lebowski was the Groomsman. Both are brothers of the groom. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. Bill E. Shinn. For her daughter's, wedding, Mrs. Delores Shinn chose a coral gown of pleated chiffon. The gown was fitted at the waist with a long flowing pleated skirt. She carried silver assessories. Mrs. Judith Lebowski, mother of the groom, wore an orange crape fitted gown with a V-neck which was trimmed in gold sequins. She carried gold acessories. Both mothers wore corsages of trlple-yellow-cymbidlum orchids. Mrs. Louise Brod, grandmother of the bride, wore a soft coral long gown made from a patterned polyester. The gown had long sleeves and was fitted at the waist. She chose silver assessories and wore a corsage of double-yellow-cymbldlum orchids. Mr. John W. Shinn, brother of the bride, and Mr. Jeff Geiger, friend of the groom served as ushers for the wedding. Mrs. Gary Roberts, firend of the groom served as Host for the wedding and Miss Ann Armbruster served at the Bride's Book. The wedding reception was held in the North Ballroom in the Hilton Hotel. The guests were served a dinner of hearts of lettuce, broccoli, baked potato, and filet mignon, and were served champagne and wine. The wedding toast was given by the groom's father, Mr. Jerome Lebowski; after which the groom proceeded with the Breaking of the Glass In keeping with Jewish Tradition symbolizing the destruction of the Temple. After dinner, the guests were served liqueurs. Following the reception, the guests retired to the Stratler Room of the Hilton and danced to the music of guitarist, Dennis Oca. For the occassion the bride wore a gown of yellow crepte knit. The gown was V-necked and the long sleeves were trimmed in ostrich feathers. Her only jewelry was a hand painted Star-of David, a wedding gift frm the groom. Out-of-town guests included the following: Mr. and, Mrs. Max Lebowski, Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Sammuel Pelavin, Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Irene Llndall, Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lebowski, Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Self, Decatur, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thomas, Decatur, Alabama; Mr. Donald Prince of Decatur, Alabama; and Mr. Herman Smith of Atlanta, Georgia. Students Study Defense Against Cancer GAINESVILLE Working at the University of Florida's J; Hlllls Miller Health Center, 17-year-old Denlse Miller of Cocoa may have discovered technique of supercharging one of the body's natural defenses aganst cancer. Largo's George Ellis, 16, is using a university computer to determine what effect changes In solar activity have on the sun's gravitational field. And David Echelman of Tampa, also,16, is assisting a University graduate student in perfecting a method of diagnosing the health of a polluted estuary. Denlse, George and David are. unusual scientists. .They are among 63 hand-picked high school students from throughout the state involved in the 16th Research Participation Program of the University. Most have completed their junior year and will return to their high schools in September. Directed by the University's Dr. Luther A. Arnold, 'Mr. Science Fair" to Florida high school students, this unique experience is sponsored by the University, the Florida Heart Association, the Florida Chapter of the American Cancer Society and the Volusia Heart Association. They underwrite the studen­ ts'expenses. Some students spend their eight weeks this summer as a participant in an on going University research project. Others work side-by-side with University research project. Others work stde-by-side with University research professors; seeking answers to their own questions. The program also Introduces students to the range and Interrelation of all scientific Inquiry through talks by University scientists and field trips to University laboratories, such as the world-renowned Solar Energy Research lab. Like many of the summer researchers, Denlse has already set the first goal of her career in science. Her study of preserving macrophages by rapid freezing won her a first place in the International Science Fair last year. Macrophages are ameboid celfs which the body mobilizes when attacked by bacteria or other foreign matter. Denlse found that after freezing and thawing, macrophages engulfed bacteria at three times the normal rate. Some day she hopes to find a way of using the hungry cells to consume tumors and perhaps even inoperable cancers. George uses one word to describe the Research Participation Program: "Fantastic." Not only are the University's sophisticated computers and libraries available to him, but he belives a knowledge of other scientists is a creative Input to his own Inquiry "Because my research relates to other phenomena affecting life on earth." David Echelman thinks he may become an engineer, although this summer he is studying in depth how an essential chemical of life can be used to determine the abundance of microorganisms In the sea. In that way, the productivity of marine plankton — the basis of all marine life— can be measured. STARTS MONDAY 9 A.M. SHARP! 3 BIG DAYS JORDAN-JUSTICE ENGAGEMENT — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Jordan of Lynn Haven have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Lorraine, to Don A. Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Justice, also of Lynn Haven. The wedding will be held on August 2 at 7 p.m. at the Messiah Lutheran Church. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend. XPenney PRE-4TH CLEARANCE Miss out on these Once-A-Year Summer Savings! Clearance STARTS A.M. Monday Be early$ Quantities are Limited! Open 9 a.m. to 0 & P.M. MONDAY LADIES HANGBAGS orig. $5 to $8 Now 188 LADIES SWIMWEAR Special! Now J99 |Q ^99 LADIES SEERSUCKER SLACKS orig. $10.00 Now 5°° LARGE GROUP LADIES DRESSES Orig. $16to$34 Now $]Q"tO $ 25°° LADIES TENNIS DRESSES orig. $22.00 to $24.00 Now ] 788 LARGE GROUP LADIES Sleveless Blouse Tops" orig. 4.00 Now 2" GIRLS CLOGS REDUCED Perfect for Summer 120 Pairs to Sell orig. 6.99 to 7.99 Now 300 AND 400 MULTI-COLORED AND SOLID WHITE LADIES HALTER TOPS orig. 7.00 Now ^88 WHITE SUPPORT HOSE Orig. 3.99 to 5.00 now J/£ Price LADIES OPAQUE PANTIHOSE Orig. 88' Now 50 C LADIES HALTER AND SLACK SETS Special! ] 2 88 LARGE GROUP LADIES SHORTS Special! 199 Pair LADIES CLOGS REDUCED Perfect for Summer Now ^00 Reds and White ' * orig. 7.99 to 8.99 100 Pairs to Sell LADIES SHOES REDUCED Dractically Sandals, Clogs, Dress Shoes 150 Pairs to Sell Orig. 6.99 to 22.00 400 10 !Q00 Now TENNIS DRESS SHORT SETS Special! Now ] 5 88 LADIES BLOUSES REDUCED Orig. 6.00 to 16.00 Now y 2 price LADIES BLAZER JACKETS orig. 16.00 to 24.00 Now 1/^ Price LADIES SLACKS REDUCED orig. $10 to $14 Now j/fr PfJCe LADIES SKIRTS REDUCED orig. 9.00 to 19.00 Now y 2 p r - lce LADIES CULLOTTE DRESSES Now 1388 M to sell °«*g. 17.00 SEAMLESS CONTOUR BRAS White A B C Sizes Only 1.99 Save on girls' shorts. ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED 20% boys belts reduced to cleor orig. 2.50 and 3.79 Now 1" and 2" Sale 287 Reg. 3.59. Girls' polyester/cotton denim shorts with western pockets, rivets. White, navy. Sizes 7-14. Sale 2.40 Reg. $3. Little girls' polyester/ cotton shorts X rj with back yoke, f> \ western pocket. $\ Navy. 4-6X. ONE GROUP BOYS SUITS AND SPORTCOATS ORIG. 13.98 TO 19.95 NOW y 2 p r j ce BOYS TANK TOPS S-M-L Special$ 0nly 4/5°° •i'LI'lLI SAVE ON GIRLS SWIMWEAR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED 20% orig. 3.50 to 6.00 Now 2.80 to 4.80 SAVE ON GIRLS SHORT SETS AND TENNIS DRESS SETS - BIG SELECTION REDUCED 20% brig. 2.29 to 8.00 Now 1.83 to 6.40 GIRLS DRESSES AND PANT DRESSES DRASTICALLY REDUCED Now % Price GIRLS DENIM JACKETS REDUCED orig. 5.50 to 6.00 Now 3" GIRLS RAIN COATS REDUCED orig. 5.00 to 5.50 Now 3" GIRLS BLOUSES REDUCED orig. 3.00 to 6.00 Now 1" tO 3" NO PHONE ORDERS - PLEASE SOLID AND FANCY SPORT SHIRTS S-M-L-XL. Special Only 199 LARGE GROUP MENS TIES orig. 3.50 & 5.00 Now 1^ PfJCe MENS LONG SLEEVE KNIT DRESS SHIRTS orig. 8.00 Now 499 ONE GROUP MENS WALK SHORTS Special Only 1 99 YOUNG MENS CUFFED SLACKS orig. 9 .88 and 10.88 Now 399 YOUNG MENS knit shirts Small Only rig. 3.98 Now 1 00 ONE GROUP MENS SUITS FANCY KNITS Only 39 88 ONE ASSORTED GROUP OF BETTER PIECE GOODS orig. 1.39 to 3.49 Now JQc YD. 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