Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 5, 1964 · Page 33
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SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Chorle SHOP MONDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. AHMED GUARD FOR CAPITOL — A militiaman, armed with a pistol, marches in front of the capUol building in Havana. The Castro regime uses iha Cuban militia In various ways. They stand sentry duty on street corners or in front of buildings. Moat work In the buildings—hotels, ministries, government offices, factories. They put in about eight hours guard duty weekly and attend military train- Ing courses. (AP WIrephoto). MILITARY IS VITAL Strict Controls Govern Cubans HAVANA (AP) -Despite many harsh economic setbacks and political crises, Fidel Castro's grip on Cuba appears to be firmer than ever. This is the judgment of both Communist and non-Communist diplomats and many pro- and anti-Castro Cubans. In his mercurial way, Castroi often alienated friends and arn noyed allies, but he has com founded and crushed his ene4 mies as they arose. Cuban and foreign observers Bee no possibility now for any internal uprising and no chance of success for any attacks by exiles. The army, estimated at 80, 000 to 100,000, is said to b< strongly armed and well- trained. Fidel's brother Raul ijs minister of the revolutionary armed forces but Fidel holds the title of commander in chief. The army is backed by militia and reserve forces of unknown military capacity numbering around 200,000, according to observers. The militia — men and women in khaki trousers and blue denim shirts, armed with pistols or rifles — are seen every where. They stand sentry duty on street corners or in front o' uildings. Most work in the mildings — hotels, ministries, government offices, factories. ?hey put in about eight hours _.uard duty weekly and attend military training courses. The state security service, the central investigation and police torce, has a widespread network watching against counterrevolu- .ionary activity. Keeping eyes on tiearly all citizens are more ihan 100,000 committees for de- [ense of the revolution. These are the neighborhood committees of Castroite zealots — a committee on just about every city block — whose duty it is to know who lives there and what he or she is doing and why. The control apparatus is extended further by the Communist party cells in offices, farms and factories. The members of the Union of Young Communists are spread throughout schools, universities, stores and offices. Women are organized in the Communist Federation of Women, headed by Vilma Espin, wife of Raul Castro. This complex, penetrating system of control of thought and action explains why Cubans, although they may still grumble, are careful — "talking a lot less these days," one commented. The number of political prison- oners in Cuba is unknown. Estimates by foreign observers range from 25,000 to 40,000. U.S. broadcasts to Cuba are jammed on the medium wave broadcast band in Havana. But the Florida stations are heard clearly in other parts of the .island and in Havana many listen to the Voice of America's short- wave broadcasts. Local Youth Serving On Assembly Staff GLOfUETA, N.M. (Spl.) Four Lake Charles youths are serving on the staff at Glorl- eta BaptAt Assembly here tljds summer. They are Drew Davis, David Ellender, Richard Edward Ls|n- dry, and Skippy Russell. Davis, the son of Mr. aijtd Mrs. A. H. Davis, Route 2, is a sophomore at McNeese Stijite College and a member of Eastdale Baptist Church. Ellender, son of Mr. and M;rs. Benjamin E. Ellender, 3(310 South Common St., is a sophomore at McNeese and a me|m- ber of Trinity Baptist Church. Landry, a McNeese State College senior, is the son of ijrlr. and Mrs. Lee R. Landry, 410 W, Sallier St. He is a member of First Baptist Church. R u a s e 11, a McNeese sophomore, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Russell, 157 Pettic|oat Lane. He is a member of F|rst Baptist Church. Warner Family Picks President FRANKLINTON (Spl) - Don, D r jconpr Warner of Lake Charles vs|as • "SUlier elected president of the Wajfner j family reunion organization dur-1 Ing the 10th annual meeting of; family descendants held here this week. ; Approximately 200 personf at-, tended the reunion in the Frpnk- ; lintofl High School. j The reunions are held in jjven numbered years in Franklmton . tnd in odd numbered yeais in i Lufkin, Tes. Restaurant Chain 'Opens 7 In Tennessee i NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)-i Morrison's Cafeteria, one of the i targets of Nashville civil rights demonstrators and scene of sev-1 eral incidents of violence, has opened its doors to. Negroes. There were no incidents. j "We're going to obey the ( law," said Morrison's president J. H. Gibbons. "There is no j other way. We can't buck the I federal government." < { The chain operates 41 rest- j ! aurants in Tennessee, Alabama,; i Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, ! : Florida and South Carolina. Being Jailed MONTERREY, Mexico (AP. —Antonio Gutierrez Gonzalez, 55, wound up a five-year burglary term in the stale penitentiary last week with a profit of $4,000. He made it washing, clothes for fc-llow inmates. He plans to open a laundry busi-1 • ness outside. LAKE CHARLES SPECIAL PURCHASE Shifts Reg. to 6.98 399 Styles include: Zipper Shift, Pocket Shift, and Insert Shift. In Dacron Polyester-Cotton, Cotton Chambray, Cotton Oxford, Cotton Dincro and Cotton Duck. White, Red, Lilac, Gray, Navy, Pink, and Blue. Sizes 8-16. 1 $ I Famous Maker Jamaica Shorts Val. Famous Make Jamaica Shorts to in Plaids. Stripes, and Solids. 6 98 The True Fit Short. Sizes 8-16. Cotton Knit "F Shirts Cotton Knit "T" Shirts in Stripes, Solids, of Pastel Colors. 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SAY "CHARGE IT" TAKE 10 MONTHS TO PAY ^^ Sensational Purchase Men's Famous Brand 100% Dacron U/tramotic Wash & Wear V Dress Pants Reg. 10.95 Special Safe Price 7 99 Scarf Sale Her. 59e Rayon Embossed, water repellent scarfs. 33 square Inches with rolli hems. Prints and solids. Fitted Crib Sheats Cotton Fitted Crib Sheets In white and pastels. Sanforized. Stock up now and save 94c! 3 'or 1 Reg. 98c 3 for 2 00 The Ultranutic wash and wear panU that need NO ironing. 100% Dacron Polyester. Crease will NOT coma out. Wrinkle and Spot Resistant. Plain or Pleated Front. In solid colors of Black, Brown. Navy, Gray, and Olive. Sizes 28-48. 00 i, ^ *.'.? .'i'.f.v^tf.:'- ,Va£ W.' £>^**e.1?siMf,,.'j, :•> : :-J. .4 *.^,. ..<,..-^2,«>:. ';..,. ^;.U*^ Men's Famous Brand Short Sleeve It's 2 Irons In 1 G.E, Steam and Dry Iron Evenflo Bottles Complete unit — Nipple, Cap, and Glass Bottle. 4-oz. or 8-oz. 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