Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 26, 1964 · Page 14
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 14

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14 SUNDAY ' JULY 26, 1964, Loke Charles American Press Slogans Dominate Life Under Castro HAVANA (APi — Towrrin.q of Cuba's controlling party, told over downtown Havana, (hp col- n television audience: Classified Ads Get Results! JOHN T. 1IOSKINS Training Program AMOS RIDKK JR. Specialist School THOMAS .1. LEMELLE Combat Training IN THE SERVICE .John T. Hnskins. U. S. Military .Vadi'iny ''add, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Dxvighl 1). llaskins <il 209 Ash SI.. Sulphur, m-c-ntlv arrived in (ii'imany to parti- ripalr in Ihr A( ;ulcmy',s annual Army niicntnlian traminc pro- grain. Ani.'is .). Hidcr .Ir . son ol Mr. and >!>•-. .V -. 01 .':(!;) l.olll.-! ,! I! i dr r Sr.. ' . .It-linings, is ."ii!M!ilins Miji|iiv special i s I school at Amj'rillo Air Force (len. Ooolitlle Ave.. Lake Charles, has graduated from re.- criiil training at the Naval I Training Center. San Diego. Cal. Wilbcrt .). Tousancl. whose ; wife, Barharn Ann, lives at 200 Lihby St., Lake Charles, was re- cenliy promoted to spccialisl lour in dcnruiny. where he is serving with the :U7th Kn^ineer Battalion. Joseph Mnore. Marine scr- tjeanl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Force Base, Fla. Thnmns II. Nixon Jr.. stont- keeper seaman, USN, son of Mil'. and Mrs. Thomas H. Nixon <jf 150 Cities Service Drive, Mapli- I wood, is presently a crew meni: her on the Navy submarine ted- der USS Bushnell, operating out of Krv U'esl. Fla ored neon sign blinks out ils ; message: j "Kntherlancl or death; we will j win!" Slogans are an inescapable ; part of life in Cuba. In shop windows, on automo: hile bumpers, atop buildings, I plastered across billboards, ev- 'erywhcre Cubans look, their | glances are met. by constant j reminders of the. ideological i struggle they are swept up in. I Advertisements of such everyday items as cola, toothpaste j and the latest beauty soap have ! disappeared, to be replaced by exhortations to become better workers in I he Communist society. Cuba's leaders say that commercial advertising is a capitalistic measure which this country has outgrown. Competing brands have been eliminated and only one type of each product is allowed. Old-line Communist leader Bias lioca. one of the directors "The r'^s are gone when you were lo:d iiv false advertising that Brand X is better than Brand Y. We all know they were exactly Ihe same any way." Television and radio pro- 'grams are separated now only! ; by a recital of the latest slogan.! : Announcers stating a station's i call It-tiers follow it with the | phrase, "Broadcasting from so- jeialist Cuba, free territory of! America.'' \ i Says an Englishman who i spent three years in the United [States before moving to Cuba a [few months ago: "This system doesn't, give, you a chance lo go lo !he kitchen for another beer, you know." On the whole, presentation of. | the slogans is well done, from a I technical standpoint. Billboards, especially, have a highly professional look. They are printed in plants where "capitalistic advertising" used lo be turned on I. REGULAR $43.98 VALUE Specializing In Graduation. Identification and Business Portraits * ONLY ONE SPECIAL OF ANY KIND ER PERSON OF FAMILY EACH « MONTHS UNLESS ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ORDERED • NO STRINGS ATTACHED • NO CHARGE FOR DRAPES • NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR FULL LENGTHS OF CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS This Offer Good Thru Aug. 5th • MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS PHOTOGRAPHER*- 1MMM4 Base. Tex. He complied the Adam Moore of Elton, recently first phase of his military train- j participated in (he Marine ing at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. Thomas .1. Lrmcllr. Marine private, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lemelle of 2filfi E. llth St.. Lake Charles, has completed ndividual com- Ihe Second !n- Mc^imen'. Ma- four weeks of ha I training at fantrv Traminn nne Corps Ba:-i Ion. C;i>i; Jiiinm 1). drci'ii. so and MI-^ A I! dnvn 'Slippery Charlie Is Gone Ago i APi done COI.l.'MBCS. Miss S'" 1 •,(•' y Charlie h;j a;:;; in' He tier.! a Columbus work pang for the fifth time, succumbing once more to what he describes as an itch to go. Charles Maup.han is a well known escape artist (part-time, anyway) in these parts for his fiO-ycar antics in and out of the Columbus jail system. He originally was .sentenced to one year for various misdemeanor charrics. but each of his temporary Hashes lo freedom result in the addition of six more months. Charlie admits this urge has to stop. but. meanwhile, he's Corps and Pacific Division Ri- i fie and Pistol Matches held at ; Ewa Beach, Hawaii. Participants in this match were the outstanding shooters of the Marine Corps units in the Hawaiian Island area. Vermin 1C. Voelpcl Jr., Airman third class, grandson of P. A. Cobb nl 2!(i Third St., DC Bidder, has gracinr.kHl from the technical training course for Air Force communications center specialists at Sheppard A i r Force Base. Tex. deorge R. Pollard, electronics technician third class. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pollard ol 123 Ciardin St.. Maplewood, recently returned lo New London. Conn., n Hoard the nuclear powered Npvy submarine USS deorge Washington. He had been on a three and a half year tour of duty operating out of Holy Loch, Scotland. John A. YMUIS. Army specialist six. son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Young of Basile. has reenlisted for three years in the . Army while serving with the Army Maintenance Command, Rvtikyii Islands. Okinawa. Lcland L. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade 1 . II Williams of 301 Pecan S! , DeHidder, was recently promoted to first lieutenant at Ft. Slocum, N.Y.. where he is saving with the Defense Information School. Philip Runels, son of Mrs Maggie Taylor of 1302 N. doos St., Lake Charles, has been once again keeping his buddies, I promoted lo technical sergeant the bloodhounds, in shape. in the Air Force at Mar-Dill Air Fed up with the Summer PHONE FORA FRIEDRICH ROOM AIR CONDITIONER FAST! all you have to do is phone r cuurU'oiis expert will drop >y to <ii.-cus.s your air conditioning needs —then help you select the Kriedrieh room air conditioner th;it'> ju.-t right for \ou! riedrich W£ TAKE TRADE-IN'S NO DOWN PAYMENT - 36 MONTHS TO PAY 15 DIFFERENT WAYS TO FINANCE KRAUSE & MAHAGAN, INC. 209 S. 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