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PAGE 2 Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2611 TS NO. 1— DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON NO. 2— BEACHWAY SHOPPING CENTER ANGLETON SPECIALS GOOD WED., THURS., PR). & SAT., AUG. 8, 9, 10 & 11 AT BOTH STORES GRADE "A" WHOLE FRYERS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, THURS., AUOUST f, Army Feuding In Argentina v- *:' n.v ISAAC A. BUKNOS AirtKS, ArRrnllnn , FRESH FRYER PARTS Breos.s.b. 5*c Le 9 s & Thighs Ib. 55c HORMEL HORMEL LINK C UT UP FRYt«S 31' BIS TEX FRANKS 53 C SAUSAGE I2 0 , 43 C BACON Lb . 53 • DELICATESSEN * Let Shaddock prepare your meal for you during this hot weatherl LUNCHES TO GO 1 Meat. Bread, 2 Vegetables. 1 Salad FIRST CHOICE PINTO BEANS FAULTLESS SPRAY STARCH _ 59 2 Lb. 91C Pica. * I BAMA PEANUT BUTTER KRAFT APPLE JELLY__ 16 Oi. r«c _ Can yi 3 V1.19 II Ox. WONDER RICE _ 2 £» 25 Quart LQC BoHI. 07 _____ Box Pint • ..... Jar < Lb. 3QC 3 7 STAYLEY'I CORN OIL LIPTON TEA RAINBOW HAMBURGER DILL PICKLES PRINCE REGULAR DOG FOOD 2 c .n,25 c TOP KICK SUNDAY DINNER DOG FOOD 2 can, 27° CUE TOOTH PASTE HALO SHAMPOO Economy six* 60e -. 49 C LISTERINE .„ ^49 C PINE-0-PINE _ ___ I L 0 ,V49 C CUT RITE WAX PAPER 125' 9CC Roll *3 FIRST CHOlCt OAK FARMS LUXURY ICE *" CREAM BUD'S CAGED GRADE "A" MEDIUM EGGS Congratulations To EDDY'S SHOES OPENING THURSDAY, AUGUST » WELCOME TO DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON KOTEX __.... 8ox 29 C KOBEY'S SHOi STRING POTATOES No 300 -IAC Can BRENHAM COTTON MOPS »*„;: 59 C NORTHERN TISSUE *l R O ||, 33 NAPKINS 2J°s* 0 23 C NORTHERN .E GRANDE CREAM STYLE CORN I... 2 N °b 3 a°! 27 C HUNT'S SLICED or HALVES PEACHES No. 2 1 /. O7C Can */ LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE HEINZ CATSUP _ _ '«£ 25 46 Oz. one _... Can *'• UNCLE WILLIAM'S PORK AND BEANS 4 N ' c r 35 C PET MILK LIBBY'S GARDEN SWEET PEAS iTALEY'S RED LABEL WAFFLE SYRUP ALL FLAVORS JELLO __ OSCAR MAYER LUNCHEON MEAT ______ " c ° n 35 C F.KM CRISP Fresh HEAD Freih Yellow Elepnant Heart TY1 **i-o 'Ji'" . Freih Y8| ' OW Plums Lb 25° Cucumbers 2 IB, 19° Squash Lb 10 C Juicy California c LI. -^ Fresh Juicy Oran oes Lb . 19 C Nectarines lb 29' • FROZEN FOODS • ENCHILADO «™'»' DINNERS ™ FREE Frosty Acres Frozen Orang* Or* Lda Frozen H«th Brown JUICE 7 4 S-./1.00 POTATOES Lb. Pkg. 35 C FIRST CHOICE NOTEBOOK PAPER KEG. 98c PKG. 69' • BAKERY DEPARTMENT • SLAZED DONUTS „„,„ FRUIT PIES „ BAKED FRESH DAILY IN OUR OWN OVENS. 4P C (AP)— rtlvnl army lenders today in n new for leadership or tho imtmn'a ground forces nml (ho rninnianiling voice In President Josp Marin Guido's inllitnry-elomlnnlori regime. A nimnrod Intra-nrmy fond broke into Iho open Wednesday when dissident eomiiinndei-s rebelled nt the leadership of On. Jnnn rtniilistn I-ozn, \vnr minister nnrt nrmy cnmmnndor in chief. Txtta quit both posts Wednesday nlRlit, Hnd tlie dissidents snid Iliey were satisfied the crisis would not enipt into open conflict. Tim roots tha crisis— deeply divergent subsequent forcible recess of Congress nml annulment of tho Mnrch elections in which followers of the army on the of tho nation—rc- ex-Dictator Juan D. Peron scored sweeping victories. The mnvp split the nrmy Into several factions. One opposed the move altogether ns unconsllHi- lional. Another endorsed the hnrd line against the Peronlsls but pressed for nn early return to constitutional rule. .Still nnothsr urged an outright military selztim (if power. Rival nrmy factions came to the verge of shooting in late? April, Gen. Enrique Ranch, tough cavalry commander, sent tanks to tho edge of Buenos Aires nnel demanded that Gen. Haul Poggl, then commander In e'hlef nnd Instrumental in Frondb.i's overthrow, give Guido a freer hand toward restoring constitutional government. .Shooting was averted nnd both men resigned. Guido then namexl J/i/a to the war ministry. A relative unknown politically, Loza tried to restore army unity through strict discipline. But the commanders were more Interested , even temporarily. "iin politicking than soldiering. The navy nml nir force re-j Maj. Gen. Federico Tornnzo maincd on the sidelines, rejecting JMemlcro. commander of the 4th overtures from the rival army i nrmy mrp,,, sparked Wednesday's Rmilps ' jrebellion. He drove to the remote views within future coursa mnined. Dofcnse Minister Jose Uils Cnn- tilo took over temporary command of the war ministry mid summoned top nrmy cnmmnndcrs to a conciliation meeting today. Each ot the several army factions tilo ID K. 1 Avenue p*Mn vffllhle filed in Frepnii was si port pt «l n lo Free] P. Mai olid SI !§ i-f expected to press Canname a commander in chiof from among its ranks. Several army generals olready were resentful that Canlilo, a civilian, had taken over the war ministry, Army troo,>s occupied power city of Jujuy, 800 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, proclaimed him- planls, radio stations and other key points In the Buenos Aires self army commander In chief and area to prevent disturbances. I demanded that Guido fire I/)7a. The wobbly Argentine peso turn- Olher commanders announced bled again under the day's un-1 support ot the rebel and accused certainly, and Economy Minister j Loza of wieldinR Iron-fisted, one- Alvaro Carlos AlsoRaray expressed deep concern for the effect the army conflict miRht have on his drive to get Argentina's stagnant economy moving again. The army crisis stems from the military's ouster of President Arluro Frondizi last April and (lie mnn rule over the army. The navy and air force rejected Lo/a's picas for help in putting down the rpvolt. Gen. Aniceto Perez, commander of the key army garrison at Cordoba, turned the tide by urging Loza to quit to avoid acts of violence. US intervention Seen • in Integration Battle By DON MCKEE .tests. ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Federal | Chief defense counsel Constance intervention in Albany's long and < Baker Motley of New York had bitter integration fight renewed'priority to hearing this case, the hopes of Negro leaders today! The Justice Department move " after .city officials again slammed jbrougi't n denunciation from city '' the door on biraoial talks. j officials «_-d praise from Negro Clergymen from other states ! leaders. continued a pilgrimage to Albany, Integration reader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said the federal move "further vindicates the po- joininf loca' Negroes and about a dozen outside organizations jsition of the Albany Movement' in in the sustained desegregation 'its insistence on tile right c{ citi- thrust. 'zens to peacefully demons) rale." The first demonstration in three; In a statement for the City Corn- days came Wednesday in the form ; mission, Mayor Asa D. Kelley Jr. of a lunch counter sit-in, resulting i said, "This is an affront to those in the arrest of two Negroes. J 0 f us in the South who are pre- Tliere have been mure than 1,200 1 pared to stand fast for law and arrests since last December, with j order. " 403 during the past month. | Earlier, the mayor disagreed Long-sought federal help ma- j with the other six members of terializcd Wednesday in the clos-jthe commission over talks being hours of a seven-day hearing j i w pen some local white citizens on the city's effort to outlaw land Negroes. marches, boycotting, picketing 1 The majority statement labeled and other protest activities. the talks " a foolhardy enterprise Justice Department attorneys ^n the present circumstances" j argued against the injunction in aland a "usurpation of this com- ij brief filed with U.S. Dist. Judge 'mission's authority." Li. Robert Elliott. , The mayor said that he refused I The attorneys questioned El- to sign the statement because he iliolt's jurisdiction and said even felt lines of communication are |if he had authority to proceed, ; absolutely essential. jinjunctive action "would still be* He said several civic, busines precluded by fundamental ciples of equity." City officials, the brief contended, should lie required to com- Unit simply to evaluate the situa ply with de-segregation rulings '(ion and apprise interested mem "beforc the s-ourt further consl- Ix-rs of the City Commission of ilers the complaint." j the results of their Investigation^' The hearing ended with Elliott j announcing: "At this moment,' I'm not sure exactly when I will ' decide this case. It might he with- 1 in a couple of days, within a week or within a month." > Elliott also said he could set no 1 date for hearing suits by Negroes ! to enjoin enforcement of segrega-' lion ordinances and to bar police Interference wilh peaceful pro-: ! Water rose one foot a second j 'during the Galveston, Tex., flood! of 1900 In which 6,000 persons were drowned. ss prin-jand religious leaders had conj f erred with some Negro leaders "not for the purpose of negotiating Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! PRESCOTT T.V. & APPL. PHONE CY 24-B CIRCLI WAY •

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