Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 9, 1964 · Page 22
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 22

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, July 9, 1964
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22 THURS -' BONUS STAMPS With Purchase of $5.00 EXPECTING - Sherri Finkhine. who gained international attention with an abortion in 1962 after taking the drug thalidomide. is exporting her fifth child. She lives in Scolfsdale, Ariz. (AP Wirephnln). Pcnichartrain Pools Group Leases NEW ORLEANS (AP)-Ponl- chartrain Beach and Pools Inc., is canceling its lease of the Pontcbartrain beach pools here. The pools had been leased from I he New Orleans Levee ' Board. Levee board president | Milton K. Dupiiy said attorneys for I be firm notified him that cancellation was effective immediately, following the Civil Rights Act. opening the pools to desegregation. The pools consist, of one for swimming, one for diving, and one for wading. The pools, on the lakc^hore. enioyed good patronage, especially during pe- i nodic closures of the lake, swimming area because of a high b;ictrna count. Dupuy said no decision had been made as to whether the levee board would operate the : pools. ; 'Imbalance 7 School Plan Is Rejected TRENTON. N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Sta'o Board of Education has refused to overturn the neighborhood school concept I as a means of ending racial im- i balance in Union Township. It rejected Wednesday a request by a group oi Negro par- nils to compel ihe Union Township School Board to transfer pupils lo reduce imbalance at the f)o per cent Negro Jefferson elementary school. The Negroes contend a voluntary transfer plan now in effect doesn't work. The board said it believed the public interest required that the voluntary transfer plan be upheld because "parents of students ot primary school age generally desire to have their children attend schools as close to home as possible." 42 Refugees i Reach Miami From Cuba MIAMI, Kin. (AFi Forty- luo rc-luui'i's have arrived I ruin Cuba this week in live small duals despite inc?eased (urtilica- liifji ol C'ljlwn coasls. KKbiTinen arming trom Havana I'nivincc Wednesday said a -Hfich ni ab'jin 10(1 miles ot liic iinri'i ciuisi i- solid with ffirlilicaiiniis nl mniTfte, wire. iii ;II-!H --. r.inni.'ii, iiiaclnnet;un-, aii i hi"! " Tne riil;.in l\clu;4ie Center •-aid thi.s week's arrivals brought to 7.000 (hi 1 number ol small heal escapees i 1 has recorded since June 19G1. Theme for Farm Safety Selected BATON ROUGE iSpl.) "Safer American Families Everywhere" is the theme for National Farm Safety Week, ae- ; cording to the Louisiana State I ruversity Agricultural Extension Service. President Lyndon B. Johnson j in a apcd£il proclamation has ' d.-signaled the week of July' lu-25 as the period when all persons, especially those work)ii^l agriculture, should unite in a ,'rong and purposeful effort to n dui.-r- ruial accidents. Smiii -.pcric- (il cucaKjjlus ;!'(••- -h'mi Irofii seed to 25 iei-i n a \ear. Potatoes CALIFORNIA R»d Rfei Watermelon Goldfti Rip* Baicnas Junto Lemons Jvnbo Bing Clitrriis Black Avocados Bell Peppers Cucumbers SS Green Onions Fr«sk Crisp Lettuce SWEET LARGE SIZE-EACH LBft. FOR FRESH AND JUICY WASHINGTON REDS LB. THE FINEST EATINGI 12 IN CELLO Each EACH 2, -BS. BCHS. CELLO HEAD U.S. NO. 1 CALIF. SWEET - LB. 19 COUPON 25 EXTRA FREE BIG BONUS STAMPS with this coupon and purchase of package of 12 oven fresh CINNAMON TWIST at Weingarten's Coupon Expires July 11, 1964 VALUA1U COUPONfrfeftftr THIS COUPON I'M layer Cake ^ L OVEN FRESH S5c Strode! HUN " RUN UB. LOAF BLUEBERRY "JSC DaiUSII FNlt$ FRESH DETERGENT WITH 2.50 PURCHASE 08 MORE BEHIND TURNSTILES I »3f"*yl (NtT) Broccoli Spears 49 TOP FROST 3J° K G° SZ : 65* CanKflower TOP FROST 100Z. PKGS. 10-CT. 1 CANS Peache :D or HALVES FOOD CLUB • NO. 2% CAN Maxwell House l; N o s I^T COFF6E 99* Dill Pickles * %]£%£ WHOLE 37< Sour Pickles PILLSBUI VITAMIN ENRICHED Jello Gelatin ASST. J FLAVORS ^ 39( Pink Salmon %^ EE 59* FR1SKIES TALL CAM Chunk French Dressing CLUB CAN WISHBONE 8 OZ. 31( Hafim Dressing WISHBONE 8 OZ. Cream Pickling Vinegar SUPREME GALLON 73( Kelloggs Cereal FROOT LOOP 14 OZ. PKG. Cream 37* Ocean Spray J< 3KKSK T " C "*"- 55$ TOP FROST OAt ASST. - 150Z.PIE 55( Corn Oil Oleo SWEET CREAM f*f\t ASSORTED FLAVORS "^ «^»T '/2 GAl-SAVE 20t 23 IERRY COCKTAIL r QUART 5^ 29 MAZOLA LB. PKG. 69 Fordbook limos fWWl vWMifflv wW Sfki Droff TOP FROST 100Z. PKGS. JfrT PUFF l-U.SAG 23< PiHsbvry Biscuits Honey Grahams 3. 10 - CT '•CAWS SUHSH»NE LB. PKG. CHICKEN IN A BiSKiT OZ, 3* 43t Storlites BRACH 9!« OZ. BAt BAWJMET CREMS SANOWICH-LB. MEL 0 SWEET 8H 02,BAG ' 2* • Your Sit •fSwbt ClMltt THISCOUPaK.WORTH mm COUPON WNOIE IB. Prices good in Lake Charlet Choice dnppe Fish Sticks Stater SuKoge flounder Fillets Breaded Shrimp Smoked Sausage Boneless Strips White Gulf Shrimp Center Sliced Ham Turkey Quarters Sirloin U.S. CHOICE HEAVY BEEF LB. TOP FROST FROZEN-80Z. PKG, HORMEL BRAND 12 OZ. PKG. TOP FROST FROZEN-IB.BOX ALASKAN BRAND-2LB.BOX MICELLE'S SPECIAL LB. U.S. CHOICE HEAVY TENDER-AGED BEEF LB. MEDIUM SIZE LB. SMOKED SUGAR CURED LB. Thurs.-Sat. July 9-11. Right rtMrvtd to limif. Pit* Ftd.Twt where cpplicoM« WHfTB MEAT LB. 29* DARK l.B. 45* 49* 1.49 59* 1.79 79* 69* 29t Slked Bacon RATH BLACKHAWK LB. PKG. Hens M *»A I n Di»AwKnAW K • • M O ID T Uft/* ^ f? I I f>f i% 11 Rh 2-LB. TnfCK SL CED 1.13 SUGAR Ci;~"0 LC IDEAL FOR STEWING! LB. AVERAGE 18, 1.15 Smoked Pork Chops SWIFT PREMIUM SUCfD.-. LB. 39* All Meat Franks VK« Qm Lunch Meats Pina Pies 37* Cheddar MILD COUHTRY KITC«EM 120Z.WG. COUNTRY KITCHEN Pdoter GARDEN FRESH EACH Kleenex 67$ Texas I 59$ Swiss 8% Oven Baked Ham ** A LONGHORN CHEDDAR 9t? WISCON! 394 Wiw fat Dogs r of 39< Roth Franks OAL TISSUE 0 - 2 PlY SHKTS OR HOT DOGS R ARMOUR- 14 OZ. AUSTRIAN ALPS SUCED-LB. PKG. MYGRADE 6 OZ. PKC. <-<* Sham FREEI $0 'EXTRA BIG BONUS STAMPS vftfi tW» coupon <nd purehat* of SECURE SANITARY KAPKIMS Regular or »up»t (Box of t2)«31* (Cooped ExpifoJuly'n, 1964) fVAlUAtll CLEARANCE! • Smell Pry Fi«!d<K* Boil & Gl«v« • Jr. Leogne Officloi Hon&all Bat YOUt CHDia 4 rC pMifC UMMltf Sit -VfJBW mi^P vNiv VWTwi PW Writ rushlights REG. STURDY HUIMPACT 2.29 STYRENE-ASST. COLORS REG. URGE SIZE FOR 2.1? CAKES OR PASTRY REG. 11'," DIAMETER BY 1.29 4! 4 " HIG'-'-ASST. COLORS LIQUID LARGE SIZE (NET PLUS STATE TAX) 20 GALLON 5 „. i CM*W Ctr Met Mtti Sport SMrti (LOBBY TOB. DEPT.) REG. 1.77 REG. ENTIRE STOCK 1.94 REDUCED! 1.44 2 FOR 3 00 *PU£ FED. TAO( PRICES! CTMM ACHftfi wwl--^-l» GALVANIZED Garbage Mod* *t«ei tkrtt with riv«i«d and cover hondUi. CREAM DEODORANT '•*•" THURS., JULY 9, 1964, 23 High Funeral Costs Rapped ; y Clergyman WASHINGTON (AF)-A York clergyman said today that although most, morticians perform their task honestly there are others "who must be stigmatized as ghoulish gravediggers" who prey on the living through the dead. The Rev. Howard A. Johnson, canon theologian of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine (Protestant Episcopal i. New York, told a Senate investigation into the funeral business that his criticism was not so much an attack on morticians "as it is upon us, the living." "By our colossi! Ignorance at that which is taught in the church and in the synagogue." he said, "and by our tearful sentimentality in the face of death, we are gujlty of leading some of the undertakers into temptation." Most of America, he said, seems to be involved in a vast conspiracy to hush up the fact of death. He said, "grief causes Hie threshold of sales resistance to be low." To show some of the facts of costs, Sen. Philip A. Harl, D-j Mich., chairman of the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee, released at today's final hearing t chart showing that costs of identical funeral services rose sharply as (he price of the casket increased. Bishop Levels Church Ideals LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C, (AP)-Christians are making dim church a "sodety of mutual admiration," Methodist Bishop Eugene M. Frank of St. Louis, Mo., said today. Bishop Frank, representing (he Methodist Council of Bishops, made the observation in a report to 460 clerical and lay delegate attending the Quadrennial Southeastern Methodist Jurisdiction;*! Conference. The delegates were lo elert tour new bishops later today. "We are determined to make his church a society o{ muturd admiration," Bishop Frank sai.fl, "a fellowship of persons w|m like one another, an organization through which we can pracfire . benevolent practices or salve a i smarting conscience by plucking ; a gnat out of somebody's 1 eye." 'Ihe bishop said Christian:, SIT more guilty of open rebellion than of failure in carrying nut Christ's i n t e n tions for tfie church. "Th« more one loves the church, the deeper becomes the uneasiness and the alarm, over human failure to let Christ mal>n (he church what he wants if to be." Bishop Frank said SlalTWeJfare Transportation Bill Opposed j BATON ROUGE (AP) - A ! House-passed bill to provide funds to transport welfare re ! npients out o! Louisiana nier | hostility Wednesday in the Senj ate. l Sen. Harold Montgomery, Day! line, the segregationist sponsor of the measure in the Senate said he would abandon efforts ' to pass the measure. The bill would continue on nel•• ' a re persons who wanted )<> move out of state for a ypar. : Some critics called the measure a subsidy for "reverse freedom rides." Others had fipo.ii : questions about u Some opponents sugge^iH inch persons could corn«"bfiil. either before the year wa;| up or afterward. Senate Okays Resolution On Public Projects BATON ROUGE (AP) ,- A resolution by Rep. Frank Fu!">, Caddo Parish, to require f-'s'e agenxjes to notify Uwm}Ur; before announcing pubuc \ : << Mf-'s ») their areas wr.;; !«£::.!.-..ii'. e pa:-:-age today Sf n. Jackson B. Davis. Shjreve- iv'it, a:4.ed Sens't pa- ?.r- •.•:' the Hous* parsed resoiu'-jon I Sfn j f) DeBlieux, |5ii<.». K-.ii£e, sufcgeited ' h ii jp-i a poh'.ica! resolution. . to .alln-v Isvvnaakers to claun credit" for such projects. But Sen. B B. Faybuin, Bng- ?!uia, said the leiohtrjr): wis juit to let us people on t h e ijuuide know what's goini QI\."\

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