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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 29

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., AUGUST n, m2, Loke Charles Nss jor Portions of JFK ram M®y it Sc r 8* JACK BELL apparently are go- Of have to choose between abandenlng sorne major elements 6f FfcSflent Kennedy's program or keeping Congress in session until October. Tji'e 'betting on Capitol Hi)l is that several of the administration's pet measures are going to fall- victim of the adjournment fever building up among candidates anxious to campaign in an election in which 39 Senate and all House seats wifi be fitted. Some of these candidates already are calling for action on a minimum of necessary legislation and an early quitting date. Almost nobodx thinks there will be a post- eleclion session. Majority Leader Mike Mansfield nf. Montana has laid down a pro- gt^lfor Senate consideration of six bills. All concerned agreed the measures will keep the Senate busy until Sdpl 15. The six bills included a compromise farm measure which was expected to win Senate approval today. Behind this Mansfield listed measures dealing with drug controls, expanded compensation for disabled veterans, Philippine war damage claims, tax revision and international trade. He decided to take up the controversial tax revision bill when it became apparent that the Finance Committee won't complete action on the trade measure until early September. Irt the tax bill an administration provision for a 7 per cent credit on .business plant investment is under heavy fire. There will be the! usual futile efforts made to reduce the 27',2 per cent oil deple- tion allowance. Some senator may come up with an amendment for the immediate tax reduction Kennedy decided not to request. The trade bill is certain to at- KG Delegates Hear Prelate At Meeting BOSTON (AP) - Richard Cardinal Gushing told delegates to the 80th annual supreme convention of the Knights of Columbus Tuesday "the church needs you." The cardinal presided at a sol- I emn pontifical mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. Celebrant of the mass was the Most Rev. Charles P. Greco. Bishop of Alexandria, La., and supreme chaplain of the K. of C. i The cardinal said the Catholic : church has problems that are ! unique in history. "Among them," i he said, "is the sad plight of her | children of Latin America num- jbering over one-third of all the I Catholics on this earth." ; The prelate said the church, from the Holy Father, Pope John XXIII, clown. looks' to the convention "to spark the flame of charity throughout Christendom for almost 200,000,000 Catholics who need priests by the thousand, lay apostles without number, monetary help you alone can give. ..." There are 400 delegates to the convention from all parts of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Philippines. tract a mountain of amendments { and produce a hurricane of talk. Mansfield's schedule did not cover such House-passed bills as those dealing with postal rate increases and pay raises for postal and other federal employes. Nor did it include measures the House is expected to pass for extending federal unemployment compensation payments and to provide money for the foreign aid program. The Democratic leader offered , no timetable for possible action I on an administratibn bill to pro- ivide a $50(Wftilli<5ii federal Subi sidy for mass transportation o'p-' erations. ; He said the Senate won't move ! until the House does a measure {Kennedy consistently has plugged I to set up a youth conservation corps. j A bill to provide aid for higher ' education—about the only tfieas- ! ure of its kind given $n'y chance for passage irt this Corigress-^-still is tied '-p tightly in Se'ftate-House disagreement over its terms. The House has yet to act on a bill which would authorize Kennedy to initiate $990 million in public works of all kinds if an economic recession threatens. It still has coming up its annual 'battle over foreign aid funds. There also will be noisy argument over a Senate-passed measure to authorize the purchase of U.N. bonds. It still must dispose of measures such as those covering drug controls and unemployment compensation. i Also pending is a Senate-passed i proposal for a constitutional 'amendment to abolish state poll I taxes. GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORES FEED - SEED - POULTRY SUPPLIES - INSECTICIDES FERTILIZER - FUNGICIDES - WIRE - FARM SUPPLIES - VACOIHES-ETC, WE GIVE U.S. GREEN STAMPS DOUBLE ON TUESDAY WITH PURCHASE OF 2.50 OR MORE FRESH GROUND EAR CORN 4-124 FERTILIZE!! 2.25 50-X'B. LIME VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD FOR U.S. GREEN . rf ^-,T ~ -J-JS STAMPS 10P I«TR« WITH THE PURCHASE OF $5.00 Of GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORE SOF WATER SALT ---------100 Lbjj. 1.25 VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD FOR M CYTDJL V.S. GREEN CAlKA STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF 100 LB. PURINA , ffi OMOLfcNE • • 3.98 ^ GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STQWU CHINCH BUGS KILL 'EM WITH ORTHO LAWN SPRAY QUARTS OR GALLONS HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE STEEL CHOPS loo Lbs. 3.25 WHEAT SNORTS » 2.83 Lbs. BLE COUPON kV-^Tj THIS COUPON aopo FOR 60 EXTRA STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF 100 LB. UM ' T 4 KO VOID AFTER • ao AUG> GEORGE TUERJOT'S FEED STORE SO/FT. GARDEN HOSE . . 1. JIM DANDY m THfS'COUPON GOOD FOR M CYTHA u - s - G KBBI |A I If II STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF 50 LB, SHEEP MANURE,,. 2.50 GEORGE THEKIOT'S FEED FUR1NA FLY BAIT No, \^ OPEN 7:45 A.M. • 6iOO P.M. IXCIPT WED. OPEN 12;45 'NO, 16 OPEN ALL DAY WEO, In Lake Chftrlw No, IzUMiUer Ave,»»W«it Lakt 8$. Av«»* No. JI-Iaw» No, WED^THUBS. . FRIDAY • SATURDAY Best Detergent «• 49«* PRODUCE —-i—-—i PEACHES> lOe CELLO TOMATOES r 19c CRISP LETTUCE 2«... 25c U.S.D.A, TENDER FED LITE IEEF SALE U.S.D.A. Lit* fi«*f CROWN ROAST „ 39c U.S.D.A. Lite Beef SEVEN STEAKu 59c U.S.D.A. LUe Beef RIB STEAK Lt 59c U.S.D.A. Lite Beef CHUCK OR STEW 3 u. $1 U.S.D.A. Liie Beef ROUND STEAK u, 69e U.S.D.A. Liie Beef SIRLOIN 5u»'2.45 Fresh Water CATFISH Lb 59c Frost Tee SHRIMP ,.„ 79c Rath Canned PICNIC HAMS Smoked SAUSAGE Lite Beef 3 u» 3 L b, .98 $1 RUMP ROAST u 49c 29c Fresh LIVER FROZEN FOODS Vtllty Hi STRAWBERRY tlbby'i Frown ORANGE JUICE 5 £ 89c Pkgi. Plu» Our (1.00 Rowdtle Sal* CORRICTION IN OUR CIRCULAR We do not handle Drugs or Heilth and Beauty Aids. Due to conditions beyond our control Jt wa« inadvertently out in our circular and w« cannol honor prices or items. COMO TISSUE MIDWEST BISCUITS ,.„ COLONIAL LA. HOT SAUOE Be 6c 5e IS-oi. Glrn 19e 46-oz. *4 . . Bottle HI-C ORANGE OR ORAPE „ ,„,. ELGIN OLEO 6 Lb! $1 CHAR GLO BRIQUETS 5 lb , 35e LIBBY VIENNA SAUSAOE S ,., $1 BEST DETERGENT TEX SUN; . GRAPEFRUIT Gt. Box «£ 26e GR. "A" SM. BAMA RED PLUM JAM ELCOB WAX PAPER Ro|1 RED BIRD ....... VIENNA SAUSA6E c>n lOe ALMA BABY LIMA OB NAVY BEANS ,,„ 10c LE GRANDE BLACK EYE OR SWEET PEAS C1B lOe GULP SUPREME MOTOR OIL .......... 4 IMPERIAL SALAD OIL G »'r 1,59 MIDWEST ...... MELLORINE HGal 49c MIDWEST QRANGE OR ORAPE DRINK ,.,,, 29e „. DOZEN SEAPORT COFFEE COFFIE'S COFFEE SEAPORT LB, FREE 5 IBS. WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN OH HALVES PEACHES SUGAR - »UTOURAT FINE FOODS — WITH PURCHASE OF 3 PKGS, QF SCHRAFT5 CANDY 29« EA. SLICED BEETS CREAM PEAS CROWDED PEAS FIELD PEAS with snaps PURPLE HULL PEAS FIELD PEAS WHOLE TOMATOES MIX 01 MATCH 303 CANS USDA LITE BEEF t SEVEN STEAK t RIB STEAK t SIRLOIN STEAK

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