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20 ff 0 " AU<5US T L-REAL 6STATI Press L-1 Houses $50 CASH AND MOVE IN Nice, clean, neat, two bedroom, one bath house. Recently redecorated inside and out. Total price — Sll.OOO. 411 East LaGrange Street. J. N. FOGG REALTY AND INVESTMENTS 477-5950 433-5589 LEGAL sumption Of fonglbfe personot property end upon fh« sol* ef services os defined In R. S. 47:301, et s*q.. Inclusive, with the proceeds of such fax to be deolcoted ond used for the purposes of peytnp ordinary ond statutory cost of operating and conducting the general municipal functions of the City; constructing, re-surfoclng and Improving public streets, sidewalks ond bridges; constructing, purchasing, improving, maintaining ana operating fir* deportment stations and equipment, police de- rment stations and equipment, pub- safety ond civil defense facilities ond equipment, garbage ond sewerage disposal ond health ond sanitation equipment ond facilities, recreation facilities ond equipment; constructing, acquiring or Improving public buildings ond any work of permanent public Improvement, including equipment ond furnishings therefor, title to which shall be In the public; any lawful corporate purpose and for any one or more of such purposes? That the said election will be held ot — the following polling places, all of which THREE BEDROOM home. Three years I are within the corporate limits of the City old. Large lot •with trees. Near Prlen ! of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Voting ma- Loke School. Ht t-UU. chines ore to be used for the recordo- , - tion of the vcfe, ond the following per- Prev. day THIRTY MINUTES Loke Charles. Large «~- -• tf ? '•— •- — seven room hotise, scenic, .8 ocre, od- iocent acreage to lease. Small cosh. BUSINESS MARKETS STOCK MARKET Prices Nudge Higher During Early Trade DOW JONES TUESDAY (Courtesy «f A. O. Edwards and Som, 107 Weber Btdg.) P«t»rm M«ur Averages: .609.40 off 3.26 Results of ASC Voting Listed In Jeff Davis JENNINGS (Spl.) — Comrtra- nity committee members have been named in the Agriculture Stabilization Committee voting in industrials | Rails m.Jl op .47 Utilities 120.72 up .23 Fourth Hew Stocks: Allied Chemicals 37H American ^'" »*» | voting and the county committee STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press tndust. Rons um. stocks .318.3 10.1.0 127.6 tlon officials: sons have been appointed to serve os elec-' Wee * ago 313.0 103.5 135.3 220.4 "-- Month ago 301.3 103.4 121.3 214.1 373.8 126.2 134.0 257.0 By ED MORSE AP Business News Writer NEW YORK (AP)—The stock Union Claims Violent Acts By Company NORCO, La. (AP)-A spokesman for tmion workers who struck the Shell Oil Co. plant here claims the company is inciting violence at the refinery. Company officials declined com- T ,. _. . . . ment on the union charees Jeff Davis parish. fcfphatvl «,-,«„„ r a 'of>A** M "«. «. IU date fcr ££3£S£' < tfffSZ DENNIS THE MENACE T&T Anocondo 40H Armour & Co 411/2 Boeing Aircraft 42 3 4 Braniff 91-. Cities Service 49' Contlnenfol Oil si'.'s Eastern Airlines 17?', Firestone aiv, .-.- ,- — . Precinct Numbers 12, 13, 14. 40, 4th j Year ogo low interest. Owner will finance. Write | word School, 400 S. Ryan—Commission- I Box 503, American Press. : ers: Mrs. Soroh Chapman, Mrs. Laura C. BY OWNER: Three bedroom brick. W, Dees Miss Moe Thompson. Clerk: Joseph boths. in University. Approximately > r <. C inrt Numbers 1* 17 v> n < MOO down and notes S125 or will sell Army Reserve JWfllAth <t>Mf rJI' 6n assumption. GR 7-3424 after 5:30 ; m^sicneTsTMri. Andrew• McGownTMre" P- m - George lies. Mrs. Bill Couch. Clerk:'i COUNTRY HO»\E: Three large bedrooms, lorge kitchen and living room. 2': acres, fenced ond cross-fenced. Ford 433/4 s ........ 4 General Dynamics ... ............... 25'/j tabulated votes August 17. Ward chairmen will meet August 24 to elect the county committee forj" the coming year. Persons receiving the most votes in each ward were named , charged day that Shell was causing reckless disregard of the I lives of the workers." Simon listed three instances in chairman, vice chairman, regular Genera! TeiXne'":::::::::::;::::: fS | mcmbcr ' first alternate and sec W. R. Grace Gulf Oil Gulf States 36 I ond alternate, respectively. 355* 34'i James McCobe. Precinct Numbers 18, 19, 34, Oak Park Elementary School, 2000 17th Street — \ v7\m aiuies •..........•••..•.... 34' 2 market managed to nudge uneven- "ennecVcweV •:::::::::::;:::;::: TT • ly higher in moderate trading ear- Tuesday afternoon. The Associated Press average £' r Ui_i O, r-»ci itcvi WMU \.t w»a -t cti'.cxit — , . t . --- - ' • •-... Storooe sued ond born. Close to Sul- j \°™ m £"loners: Mrs Eorl Coleman, Mrs. phur/Hurry! A real buy! Dolan Real ' Jo™ J?°ggio. Mrs. Don Wise. Estate JA 7-5369 ' McClonahon. LEASE-PURCHASE or lease on three ; Fire Station, Gieffers ' Street' _.._ ,.„ bedroom brick home, south of town, i First _Avenue—Commissioners: Mrs. Rot- i UHChjinCcd and Utilities UD .4. "~ Mr« Inhn AAnefnnhA ltr» I . ° " THREE BE1>ROOM. V, bath. New point i Cle . rV . : ..J.^™ 11 Woosley. outside. Pctfio. Fenced back yard. 100% Gl loan. tfE 9-2645 after 5. L-2 Lots 1DLEW1LDK LANE Spacious residential lot 200 x 150' willi tree:-. Ivan L. Harless. Jr., Mrs. Earl Coleman, Robert E. House. Clerk: Wade Plauche Precinct Numbers 7. P. 15, Lake . , wmr r ed G^uirk"' June Wuiff ' Clcrk: losses. It was an unconvincing advance, however, and brokers noted that profit taking! was evident following a rise in' | five of the past six sessions. ' i Martin-Marietta, the market i ., . Lockheed , ' "« Mock Trucks "" n Montgomery Word •••••• • f.1 , fl's 51 *J and entered the plant. The plant is no both sides of U.S. 61 here. Some 950 employes are involved in the strike. Simon said the union would continue its policy of peaceful : wn; of^stockla^oo;';;; upT^SS :::::::::::::::::::::: ^l^'^^'Em.''^'™. f^- *"» c ™p™y ^ «w 0Ns ' 0tr 'i 224.3 with industrials off .1, rails; Pepsi c5iS' y ..:."" : J}?* flier. Henry Daigle. * /] as ™ P Ians to re ^P en "ego........ ...... - ,p- ti - "oi. unchanged, and utilities up .4. I pi'M 111 Plote '•""".'." sr; Ward 3: John Compton. Charles |.' on , s - ln e_company spokesman 5140 monthly. Avoiloble September 15. i and Romero, Mrs. John Mesfephe, Mrs. —. & . v .. Polaroid imi. . . . f I o-»,r! »U- ,.-:»_ u.j __•__.-, Write Box «31, Americon Press. .Frank Nerzio. Clerk: Pete Dalovisio. ! l He 1'lSe Oil average resulted UNIVERSITY" PLACE. Three bedrooms, j Fir^Avlnue" 11 ^ 5 Pine' sireet- U Comm?s-'i fr0m 3 8°°d showing by a SCleC- old brtcK, "ocn. corpcico* DUI|I*I ns» cy~ si oners '. Mrs. Shields Gdmorc. Wr^ Rp- i tinn nf m uric pt wliool lint*'S^c \vhi r*Vi which he said vehicles swerved into picket lines without warning .oh Plate sv, , . J , Inn The rise on average resulted i RCA Sears Roebuck Socony Mobil Southern Pacific Results in each ward were: Ward 1: Fay Byler, Arthur Conner, Bernard Hartwell, Wilbur Williams, Harold Fox. Ward 2: C. M. Davis, C. D. My~ ncuu o; ounii Mjmpion. ^nanes : ., ., ' —* -r»"*-"""" L. Curet, Robert Compton. Glcnnl s f' rt th , e union had rejected ani Litteral, Walter Heinen. i offer of a 4 P er ce "t wage f ' in- . — Ca. , United Gas . S3',fc 44''§ . 68 Vi 4: Lin CALL MINES REAL ESTATE AGENCY 604 Pioneer Building .......... HE 3-W59 Mr. Clark R. Carver .......... HE 9-5244 Mr. James W. Cromwell ...... HE 9-9724 Mrs. George B. Mines Jr ...... HE 9-4019 We have a new subdivision. Beautiful lots i \.,Mr~_ 4' with shade trees. S30 down, SIS monthly. p r »!?nct' Mike Benalis, Miss Leslie Jean Courville) Mrs. Laura Broussard. Clerk: Mrs. Mary Wood P ropes. Precinct Number 33. Dolby School, University Place—Commissioners: Mrs. Tommy Rimes. Mrs. Pot Lundy, Mrs. Jean Little. Clerk: John W. Sullivan. Precinct Numbers 20, 21, 22, Barbe Elementary Penn Street—Commissioners: Mrs. Pat Rhodes, Mrs. Marie Mayo, Mrs. Warren Bertrand. Clerk: Roy S Brown, Jr. r Precinct Numbers 24, 36, Henry Heights School and Louisiana Avenue—Commissioners: Roger G. Vincent, Mrs. Anale "'•- Mrs. Eleanor H. Gunn. Clerk: continued in as it res- i ponded further to news that it 1 been named prime contractor for| NEW ORLEANS (AP)-Public Pa per Reports the Titan III project. Other space age and electronic issues were mixed. Strength was shown in a variety of the more volatile issues while steels, motors, rails, chemicals, i and oils relations costs rose $53,000 during the first year of Gov. Jimmie H. Davis* administration. The Times-Picayune, which reported the rise in a story Tuesday night, said the increase represents a rise of 40 per cent. The Doherty, John Tupper, Herman Marcantel. John Treme. Wards 5 and 9: E. W. Hayes, Raymond Bebee, Isaac Langley, Clinton Leger. Courtland Fisher. Ward 6: Floyd N. Compton, Tom Thomas, Roland McCowji, R. A. Berry, Lawrence Kralzer. Ward 7: Drew-Ellender, Walace Walkins, Eugene Todd, Vernice Marceaux, Elmer Guillory. Ward 8: Webster Ardoin, J .E. Bourgeois, J. C. Dugas, L. H, DeWolf, James Mallet. crease. The union claims the company has been laying off skilled tradesmen and that job security is a key issue. HOTKS cf oil kinds. Con be financed. Precinct Numbers 75, 35. Bren.wood | allu "" a " Bl . e . fP 0tt >'- TobaCCOS I newspaper Said public relations, E05V P A TUo REAL ESTATE »#.&» ^JSrW,,^ j *™ "^ *&*' , ,. f f c ^ nses . f °<" Loubtena rose from ! PA OHC:°... .^7-9"^ " ISSSSS,.V^S, J ^& Slmon! J" 8 to an accumulation of buy win be open eii":'oo o'clock ) orders, Martin-Marietta was de- in opening on a block of 25,- ...... A j pain-mo ................. JA 7-97)0 : Th e Ruby Greenwood .............. HE 3-2906 i. R._ Palermo .................. J A 7-9577 75' LOT. 2?0 East Parkway, University Place. 100' lot, Colletta Street. HE 94756. HE 3-6407. TWO CLEARED lots in Prlen Area. GR- 7-4960. LOT 56 x 134', trees, gross, deep well, sewerage system, natural gas, utility bufcding. IN mile from Westlake High ScJtool off Highway 378 on Stlffel Street. Write A. R. Barnette, Rt. 1, Box 20, Leesville. 239-6458. L-L- Business Property BY OWNER: 38' x 38' store building, "toined to a six room house. With two lots. 2022 Knapp Street. Jl 1,500. Down payment, terms avoiloble. HE 3-2323. G. Daigle. CORNER LOT 100 x 100. Se7e"n room i persons within the barriers or within the enclosures of the voting precinct building ot 8:00 o'clock p.m. shall be entitled ;° vote, but no vote shall be cast later than 12:00 o'clock midnight on the said election date. Only qualified electors of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, under the Constitution and lows of the State of Louisiana, including Sections 2 and 3 of Article 8s'"' so|d election. Council, oclina as the oov- rt, , v Jrity °' lhe c "y of Laf «> Charles, has agreed a*d hereby affirms and declares to Ihe voters of the City of Lake Charles that the proceeds of the sold Proposed sales and use tax, if authorized, will be used only for lawful 000 shares, up at 25^. It sold later at 26 on a 4,000-share transaction. A 3-point rise by Houston Lighting & Power bolstered the utility Foreign Legion's Deserters Sought .... . AJACCIO, Corsica (AP) — Po- ia ,848 in 1959-60 to $180.487 in ; lice reinforcements from Parish *C TlPCr \f*-n-i»* i . . . . I Freed Prisoner Of Laotian Reds Resting at Home MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)-When Edward R, Shore Jr., came home after more than a year as a prisoner of pro-Communist forces in Laos, he feasted on mom's cooking and took a long nap. It was a joyous homecoming Tuesday for the lanky Tennessee farm boy who spent 15 months Gremlins Hamper Flight of X15 Rocket Aircraft EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP)— Electronic gremlins hampered the X15 rocket plane as it scorched through a heat flight with its metal skin glowing red and the fuselage making sounds like pistol shots. The gremlins caused Air Force Maj. Robert Rushworth's roll damper to fail three limes Monday as the plane streaked five /. . ' — ;!.«.>. »v...ni/n.tim;iiio jiuui jrana in a thatched hut prison. Tho cfnV- ,- ar ' • ! are hel P'"g organize searches in . Shore, who celebrated his 30th times the speed of sound, he said, lhe statistics, given in data Corsica for many of the 63 For- provided some members of the legislature, showed a public relations firm headed by Ed Reed got $27,250 from government eign Legionnaires who have deserted in the last mnoth. The company of 70 national police was brought from France to in ' sa > d - corporate purposes os set out 1o ,, be . votod on ond flrsl In the sha each said tax is levied e or exposes a sum of not less r ' .V 0 '™ 0 ' 00 ' or at ' h « discretion of a Sl i m . in ex «ss of S200,- . „ . house, duplex. Two apartments, 1 four nnnnnJi u a Sl i m . in ex «ss of S200,- room, 1 three room, two baths, ond two i ™.' B - *° ch .Vfor but not to exceed thirty room house In rear. Furnished. *10,- ! S" "J* of ' h e total sales and use tax 500. By owner. HE 3-5094. . for , such year. Notice Is further given that on the 26th ---- _ -------- ..... -------------- a on e 106' 6" x 150" lot. Small house and ga- j o°Y of September, 1962, at 9-00 o'clock rage apartment on property. Call after : a - m - 'he City Council of the City of Lake 5 p.m. GR 7-2407. Highway 90 West. [Charles, Louisiana, will meet In oubllc — — - --------------- 1 session at the reaular mectina place of L-5 Acreage Lake cW in , th , e . city "»"• city 0 < •20 ACRES, improved pasture land. Carlyss area. S650 per acre. Terms can be arranged. For further inlormaton. Palermo Real Estate. JA 7-9710, JA 7-9577. Lake , ,. • Lc!ulsian a, and will then examine and canvass the returns £r.i. »K electl ° n ' ond declare and promulgate the results of said election. ,T?" s ,. d . 0 " e .°" d s . lan ?< i . at Lake Charle rnirn«i.D , e ar --------- _. ----- _ ( Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, by authority TWO ACRE TRACT on Houston River : °> "1 ordinance adopted by the City Coun- Road, Sulphur. Can be bought, 10% ' c " ° f 1h e City of Lake Charles, Louisiana down, $25 monthly. Palermo R e o I •• on tn e 20th day of August, 1962 _ Es '°' e -- JA 7 ' 9710 ' JA 7 ' 9577 ' ___ i C - M ' JA CKSON, ACREAGE OFF DeQulncy Highway 1JO. ! Attest: President of the Council. A I I improved postures. Financing. FLORENCE N MOORE Palermo Real Estate. JA 7-9577, JA 7- j Clerk of the Council ' ' 971 ° took fractional losses. i The firm of Gould-Bleiden and Ford eased fractionally from its \ Manley received $23,400 in retain!',« rise of Monday as it pre- ers from various state agencies viewed its 1963 models and anti- the same year. cipated a good year. Chrysler, up about a point, and American! Motors, fractionally h i g h e r,' were more in favor while General Motors and Studebaker show-1 ed little change. Republic steel held steady, U.S. Steel and Jones & Laughlin dropped fractions. Prices were generally higher in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange. ^^r»» .... . O "...v...,. llv.^ ,T 00 ULUUKUl 1LU111 X'lCUlVJC IU agencies in 1960-61, the newspaper bolster the local gendarmerie , against a wav eof shootings and robberies blamed on Foreign Legion deserters since the corps moved its headquarters from Algeria. 40 ACRES of wooded land, with g o o d '• August 1962 roads. Located 1,000 teet from freeway. This land is bound to increase In value. . SI,000 per acre for quirk sale. Terms. _Mitchell_Agency. HE 9-3625. 50 ACRE and 325 acre tract of land. About three miles North of DeOulncy. 50 acre tract has good roads. $110 per acre. Mitchell Agency. HE 9-3625. FOUR ACRES on DeOuincy highway.! Beautiful trees. 633' frontage. Contact Joe Denton, JA 7-3114. South of Hollywood. This land is bound to increase In value. $1,000 per acre for quick sale. Terms. Mitchell Agency. HE 9-3625. Mo. 1358 op- 20th day of ALFRED E. ROBERTS, Aug. 22-29-Sepf. 5-12-19. Mayor. -51 L fa Colored Property BRICK HOME Big 3 bedroom home with beautiful oak floors. This house is located on a huge 100x140 ft. lot. The total price is only $8700 all you need is $500 and its all yours. Morris and Baxter Real Estate Co., Inc. HE 9-9306 809 3rd Ave. CHOICE HOMESITES for sale in Bel- Air, Queensboro, and Woodlawn. J700 cosh; $900 terms, $25 down and $20 month. Call A. J. Bryant Lumber Yara. GR 7-5453. After $ p.m. Richard J. Bryant, GR 7-3380. Miscellaneous FURNISHED CAMP on Same's Creek. 11,000. Call HE 3-7665. Vets Affairs Fund Eyed By Lawmakers Limits Placed On Production Of Sipr Cane WASHINGTON (AP) - The Agriculture Department is not setting limits on production of sugar beets but it will restrict mainland p r o d u ction of sugar cane. birthday in the prison, was captured by Pathet Lao guerrillas May 15, 1961 when his helicopter was forced down behind Red lines by mechanical failure. He was released Friday. After a three-week rest Shore will go to Washington to discuss his future with Air America, the private firm for which he was flying in Laos. The roll damper is a device designed to overcome rolling motions automatically. A backup control system enabled Rushworth to complete the flight safely. Pilot Joseph A. Walker reported similar trouble after a flight in another X15 last Tuesday. The yaw damper—which curbs side-to- TODAY'S ANSWER Teen-Ager's Bet Nine-Tenths Won LIVINGSTON, Tcnn. (AP)-A teen-ager, who police said bet $50 he could steal 10 cars and not get caught, is in jail—charged with stealing nine cars. Sheriff Alec Carr said Raymond Burks admitted stealing the nine cars but would not name the per- side motions—failed on that flight, son with whom he bet. AT SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Sugar cane acreage has expanded for the last three years. < BATOV Rnnrr ;Am A i j ln a " announc ement Tuesday,) PpT^IS ? A 1 A ^~ AL bud " the department said continued ex-1 getstady showed Tuesday the six- .pension of sugar cane acreage! man Vpfp^n. Aff airs Commission' could lead to production of sugar spent $20,349 during the 1961-62 fiscal year for expenses. The Legislative Budget Commit- , in excess of quotas set for the mainland cane area under a sugar control program. tho n™., V t r tr -.--°" •-; • Bu t, in the case of sugar beets, Mrs b P u, tTJ „ Vete [ ans . Af - there was said to be "no likeli- fairs, but t ed the usual strings hood that production next year to a request for $3,915 in out of >• would ****** th. h^ c.^1 „,,. f ° r would act on out-of-state expenses only when state agencies bring in request for specific trips and justify them. The Veterans Affairs Commission requested and had approved for iravci isiana and Florida and beet sugar in a wide area from Ohio to the west coast. Under the sugar program, designed to stabilize prices and supplies, this country's market is divided among domestic territorial MEATS ANY ITEM IN THIS GROUP 3 BIG POUNDS F 0 R $ 1.00 FRESH COUNTRY PORK BACK BONES FRESH PORK STEAKS END CUT PORK CHOPS PORK LIVER OR STEW SALT MEAT CHUCK STEAK GROUND MEAT SLAB BACON RUMP ROAST 39 LB. PRODUCE LETTUCE £S 10c TOMATOES 2 RED POTATOES 10 25c 39c ARMOUR STAR I I I • I I I GIANT SIZE TIDE — ——-^^^••^•••^^ 3 IBS 43 ONLY i i i 49 FREE...2 Lbs. SUGAR QUANTITIES LIMITED •••••BUMS WITH REG. PURCHASE OF $12.50 OR MORE Instruction In the annex, Wednesday, August 22 at 7:30 p.m. All Master Masons urged 1o attend. HAROLD H. YOUNG, Pres. WILLIAM HOLLOWAY, Sec. Stated meeting of Calcasieu Lodge No. 400, F. & A.M. Thursday August 23, 1962, al 7:30 p.m. For the transaction of business. One EA degree win De conferred. All M a s o n i are cordially Invited to ot- tend. W. N. FRASER, W. M. f. I. STALNECKER, Sec. NOTICE OF PUBLIC~SALi Manny Sachs, d-b-a Louisiana Paint and Body Shop, Lake Charles, Louisiana, hat advertised his intentions to sell the following vehicles. Said motor vehicles will be offeicd at public sale to the highest bidder ot his yard on the 31st of August at 11:00 o'clock. Said sale to be benefit of appraisement: .."S3 Chrysler Mr. Ho. C53-8 50244 Lie. No. 554681 La-«l; Due: $107.50. 1953 Pontloc Mtr. No. K8XH-39344 Lie. No. HV-110 Tex-61; Due: $121.50 !f 49 J^ u ,, det>ak(rr Mtr ' No - '37629 Lie. No. 720-084 La-40; Due: $113.00. AW_2?-_ __ __ -It NOTICE T» tti* qualified elector* «| (hi City of Lgfc* Charles, Louisiana : Yog gre hereby notified that on the »lh day pf August, 1962, the City Council of the City of Lake Charles, ordered ft al ,?.1 *l ection b * held '" said City on tht ?5th day ot September, 1962, for the purop*« of submitting to the qualified »ledo/* Of told City the toliowing prop- PROPOSITION Shall lh» Clly of Loke Chariev, Louisiana, throuah 111 City Council, the gov- yrning authority Hwreof, under the au- jhonty of Svb-Part D Of Port i of Chop!?' * ? Tlll « 33 of the Louisiana Re**? !><°Mes of 1MO (R. S. 33:2711, et tfX-'' R* outhorlwd to levy and col- * "? ioid al * « *°* 0| one P" '\ "PO" «»f Wfr al retail, The f,? 5 * or renloj ' * h * wnsump- for UU or con- for out-of. . _.- and sifi IRS for travel in the stale. The expenses for in-stale meetings and travel last year were for 40 meetings each at $25 a day and for attendance at state conventions of veterans groups and conferences on veterans affairs. Oul-of-state travel consisted of attendance at national conventions of veterans organizations to which members belong and of meetings of national veterans groups in such places as Las Vegas, Mobile, Washington, D.C., Louisville, New York City, Denver and Indianapolis. which w the same total acreage as the' I The allotment for each sugar cane farm will equal whichever is larger—either the 1962-crop acreage or 105 per cent of the average acreage on the farm for the 1960-62 crop. Sugar cane acreage has increased from 320,000 to 465,000 acres since 1959, with most of the increase taking place in Florida. The acreage in this state doubled between 1961 and 1962 and the number of sugar mills increased from 3 to 11. Caroline, Mother Undisturbed by 'Quake in Italy RAVELLO, Italy (AP) — Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and her daughter Caroline, safely through an earthquake that rattled windows but did no damage to their vacation villa, went to the beach as usual today. Mrs. Kennedy was reported to have assured her husband that she and their 4-year-old daughter were well The quake Tuesday flight caused only a slight tremor here. Pictures fell off a few walls. New King, Queen Named at Annual Hobo Convention BRITT, Iowa (AP) - Scoop- shovel Scotly, 89, and Michigan Sue, 20, reign today as king and queen of lhe nalion's hoboes. They were elecled Tuesday at lhe 62nd annual Hobo Day and national convention in tliis north Iowa town of 1,900. The new king's real name in Tom McDougal of Lisbon, iowa. Michigan Sue, of Garden City, Mich,, and wouldn't tell her real name. Some 15,000 visitors to lhe affair consumed 1,5.00 gallons of mulligan stew and saw a 62-unit parade. BAMA . . 12-OZ. JAR PRESERVES4 , S1 SOUR OR DILL PICKLES &25c STOCK UP NOW NO. 303 CANS ROSEDALE PRODUCTS SWEET PEAS CREAM STYLE CORN WHOLE CORN WHOLE TOMATOES STOCK UP AT THESE PRICES! 6 UNCLE WILLIAM'S PORK & BEANS 12 , or $1 TOP KICK DOG FOOD12 ^ $1 BUY NOW . , SAVE 20 POUND DEAL 5 LBS. CHUCK 5 LBS. STEW 5 LBS. SEVENS 5 LBS. GROUND MEAT $ 7.95 GLADIOLA CAKE MIX SEAPORT COFFEE ONE HAL HOG 4 ONE HALF OR WHOLE i i < i • i i « CUT FREE FOR LB. LB. $1 49c 23c 5 LBS. SIRLOIN 5 IBS. T-BONE 5 LBS. ROUND S LBS. RIB CHOPS 5 LBS. GROUND MiAT 12.95 Remember . . . We handle aged CORN-FED HEAVY BEEF, cut to your specifications, that will meet or beat any beef sold in this area. "ASK FOR YOUR CHOICE CUT" 2301 WESTWOOD ROAD WESTLAKE-7 AH-8 PM-7 DAYS H OR WHOLE CALF (Liver - Tongue • Heart Free) Cut Up Free 39

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