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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
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IN THE SERVICE tf(My JT. Afoarado. 18, p v t. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Albarado of 1521 W. Lyons itreet, Sulphur, recently completed the light-vehicle drivers course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. * * K Wnrwood Dougherty, in, pvt., Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dougherty of DeQiiincy, recently completed advanced individual training as a Hawk missile crewman at the Air Defense Training center. Fort Bliss, Tex. * * «• Alvin B. Hughes Jr., 19, Pvt., Army, whose parents live at 741 E. Carlton street, Sulphur, recently completed the four-week personnel administration specialist course at the Adjutant General's school, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. * * * O'Brien Felix, PFC, Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie D. Felix of 913 East street, Vinton, recently graduated from the Army Training Center Non-Commissioned Officer academy at Fort Bliff, Tex. * * * Robert .1. Carroll, 24, PFC, Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Carroll of 1401 Cactus drive, Lake Charles, recently completed 12 days of specialized training at the 25th Infantry division's Jungle and Guerilla Warfare Training center in Hawaii. + * * Jerome L. Johnson, Lt., Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Santa Maria of 2118 Barbe court, Lake Charles, was graduated recently from the Naval Post-graduate school at Monterey, Calif. •+ -Jr * Gilbert E. Minnier, Tech. Sgt., USAF. whose father. Basil G. Minnier Sr., resides on Route 1, Zachary, recently was graduated from the Military Air Transport Service Senior Non-Commissioned Officer academy at Orlando AFB, Fla. Three area men now serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ticonderoga, which participated recently in the annual "Sea Fair" festivities in Seattle, Wash., arc: Howard T. Hcbcrt, airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hebert of 910 Celeste street, Lake Charles; William D. LaGrangc, person- nelman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nolcn LaGrange of Route 2, Lake Charles; and, Robert O. Curtis, radioman first class, USN, son of Mrs. Bertha M. Doga of Basile. Sylvan Lamlcrcau, seaman ap- prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Valerie Landereau of 310 Cobb street. Lake Charles, is serving aboard the ammunition ship USS Suribachi, opera lion from Norfolk. Va.. as a unit, of the Second Fieri. Carl K. Kwnlt, aviation rlec- fronirs technician airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F, Kwnlt of 3425 Truman street. Lake Charles, returned to the Naval Air Station, Quonsef. Point, R. I., with Helicopter A n t i-Stihmarine Squadron five after a six-week training cruise in the Atlantic. Two area men, who recently enlisted in the US Marine corps, will be taking eight weeks of basic training at San Diegn. Calif., and then will go to Camp Penclle- lon, Calif., for four weeks of advancer) mmbaf training. They are: Philip Ray Sledge, four years in the Marines, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Sledge of 522 Division street, Lake Charles; and, Kenneth Wayne Roy, three years in the Marines, son of Mr. John Wiley Roy of 214 W. llth street, Jennings. Volcano Shakes Japanese Island TOKYO (AP) - The U.S. aircraft carrier Midway and three destroyers stood by to the vfcift- ity of volcano-shaken Miyake Island 120 miles south of Tokyo today as Mt. Oyartia continued to rumble and send up clouds of smoke and ashes. So far about 20 of the islands 6,700 people have suffered minor injuries in their scramble to sheltered points when the volcano erupted Friday. Japanese naval, coast guard and police forces sent food, medicines and other supplies. Labor Department Using Robot Agent By HARRt KELLY WASHINGTON (AP) - One of the Labor Department's biggest headaches is machines taking over the jobs of men. It has shown its concern—with funds and training programs—for the flesh-and-blood workers elbowed out of the way by robot contrivances that clink and clank in mills and mines, offices and fields. Now, suddenly, the department seems to have cast its lot with the robots. It has installed one as a press agent. By so doing it has put automation in the field of public relations, which legend holds is a crisis-ridden, high-pressure breeding ground for ulcers and migraine headaches. Perhaps the Labor Department feels it will serve the robot right. Whatever the motive, when a reporter now dials the department to learn what's new on the labor field he gets a crisp, no-nonsense 1 fill-in from a recorded voice. If you ring now, for instance, you will be told that a meeting on a labor dispute will be held Monday, that Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg will make a dedication speech Monday night and that there's a press release for Tuesday morning papers urging teenagers to return to school. The department admitted some misgivings about the venture. In a memorandum to Washington editors and reporters, it carefully labeled the innovation an experiment. The voice on the first recording belongs to Miss Bess Friedman, an attractive and apparently cautious young lady who isn't stay ing around to see how the robot i SUN., AUGUST 25,1§i2 * works out. She got away on a j — —^ '""• - - -i 9 SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRAK&efJ BY PHONt Arfanfre ytrat loan by frhM«, Pick t»t> the casft at tonr eon- venlcnce tto ciy-sffflcts. Sam« light Arrested For Bomb Blast SAN SEBASTIAN. Spain (AP) —Eight persons are under arrest in connection with the Aug. 19 explosion of a plastic bomb near A y e t e Palace, Generalissimo Francisco Franco's- summer residence here. Franco was not at home at the time. j Officials said Friday that the eight, including two women, were considered to be connected with the Basque separatist movement. day service. **-M«nm Prim Ms ; na 1 - S 5.80 pr«m w « f M« PW». $1155.09 - M3.98 • ««*«« . . . S10W.W - J5500 SI 501.00 SttM *bov8 payment* mtfotf* ALL energ DIAL FINANCE CO. »lal 433-942* «$ RYAM ST. New Plan For Supports Is Readied WASHINGTON (AP) - The Agriculture Department announced Friday it is amending its price support regulations to make price supports available to farmers who did not knowingly contribute to overplanting of rice acreage allotments. The department said this action is being taken because of the heavy volume of rice facing marketed without price support protection, particularly in Texas, by producers who were not responsible for excess production on some farms. Under previous regulations, these producers would be deprived of price support because of improper allocation to the farm of producer rice acreage allotments through either fraudulent representation of other producers or failure of other producers to actively participate in the production of rice on the farm. This change applies only in areas where rice acreage allotments are determined on a producer basis rather than on a farm basis. DISCOUNT SUPERMARKET MONDAY -TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY "^•••^•••^••^""•••••^•••••• FULLY DRESSED FRYERS CALF DOMINO OR IMPERIAL S U G A WITH $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE PORK CHOPS 3 GROUND MEAT 3 I $ 1. S' 51 GAUGE NYLON HOSE WH'II $5.00 OR MORU PURCHASE THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES Shop Monday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ARVESLVALUES ATTENTION MOTHERS ENTIRE STOCK Reg. 7.59 Our Biggest Gathering of Fall Money-Savers Boys Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS N 0 W.. an all wool jersey SHEATH On Sale Monday 1. A truly great opportunity to stock up and save .59 each on shirts for right now! Short sleeve sport shirts . . all new . , In colorfast, sanforized cottons . . many wash 'n wear . . neatly tailored for per. feet fit Shop early Monday for choicest selections! Sizes 6 to 18 . . Blue—tan—grey—charcoal—olive—red. EXTRA FEATURE FOR MONDAY BOYS' BAH-LON SHIRTS Save on quick drying . . never need Ironing short sleeve Ban-Ion shirts . . 100% nylon . . Sizes 6-18. Black — white — charcoal — blue — olive. 2 for 5 Save up to 1.98 on 2 ' Boys' Famous Lee Rider JEANS 00 in proportioned to fit sizes . . . by Jerry Mann 11.98 Now . . the wonderful feel of wool jersey in smart sleek sheath . . dashing by night . . dignified by day . . it's ready to go anywhere . . perfect for you! Proportioned to fit, it's the popular choice with 3 /4 sleeves — jewel neck — self belt — lined skirt. Black- beige — blue. Red /in regular size only. Sizes 8-14, short, for 5'2" or under 10-16, regular, 5'2" 5'6" 12-19, tall, 5'5" or over. \ \ 2 for 5 00 Wear right Lee Riders! Sturdily made of new ever-blue denim . . Sanforized! Cut in Western manner young fellows go for . . Easy care — Longest wear. Sizes 4 to 16. Regulars and slims. BOYS 1.19 POLO SHIRTS Save J.OO on lightweight bone/ess PANTY GIRDLES fay Sons Souci Sizes 5-7. Reg. 6.95 Sizes 8-9. Reg. 7.95 . now . now for 88c 2.50 ea. Sana Souci's famous figure-trimming, thigh- controlling Leno panty girdles are on sa\e!! You'll love the "Softie" elastia %vaistband that won't roll .. soft satin lastex used in front and back panels and crotch; detachable supporters. White only . . select now and save! Smart styled crew neck short sleeve poles that never need ironing! Attractive colorful stripe patterns , . preshrunk . . colorfast. Blue — olive — charcoal — brown. Sizes 4 to 16. Save 1.00 on popular new from maiden/om SCROLL ,, . with Hug-ond-Hold bond. ... to keep the bro in perfect piece You'll adore this bra with flexible elastic inserts that allow easy breathing, bending and twisting. Two section circular-stitched cups . . with "scroll" pat. t e r n e d embroidery. Sizes 32-38 — A.B.C PROPORTIONED ARNEL* Pleat Skirts in new fall colors 2 99 i Reg. 3.99 It's the best \»hea it's Arnel*. Now you save $1.00 on each lovely skirt . . all with permanent pleats . . all easiest-care Arnel*. Choose black — gray — green — royal blue — red tan — gold —- rust, Slzesj Tiny, 6 to 12: TynJ. cal, 8 to 16: Tall, 12 to 16. Special purchase PURE SILK BlOl/SES In or out stylos in stripes or solids . . all with convertible collars. Beautiful selection of brilliant colors and prints. Sizes 10 to 18. VALUES TO 7.9* 3.99 Hurry . . . LAST WEEK OF SAVINGS IN WHITE SALES Miracle Blend BLANKETS 2 for 5.50 Novelty stripe and solid . . extra size 72x90 . . satin binding . . washable- mildew proof — moth proof! Dacron Filled PILLOWS 2 for 7,1 Non-allergic virgin dacron filled pillows . . mothproof . . washable. Covered with floral print ticking. Sizes 20x26. SALE! Lint Free SPREADS Three types 3.99 values 2.99 2 for 5.50 Select all viscose lint free bedspreads from three All washable. Full, double cose solid color Hobnail! styles: Two tone Hobnail -all viscose ripple chenille— Landy Linda vis- and Twin. Many colors. FOAM MATTRESS PADS TWIN, Reg. 5.99 DOUBLE, Resr. 7.99 Thick, plump, soft Latex foam rubber lergy free—odorless—washable! Cannon Luxury ENSEMBLES 22x44 BATH . . Reg. 1.00 3.99 5.99 15x27 GUEST Al- .87 12x12 WASH CLOTH ................ Patterns — solids — prints. Heavy quality grand decorator colors! SALE! Heavy Viscose Lint Free SCATTER RUGS and RUNNERS with foam rubber backs Sculptured design in white — rose — sandalwood — turquoise — tangarine — red — forest green. ilx36 . 27x48 30x60 24x72 1.00 1.98 2.98 2.98 24xxl02 393 24x144 5.93 t.,. •....:,,.£,:,,.:,,,:;.„;. -,..-,> -,,,,..w...,;:^,,,,::;tL«:,,.,,;,5>,,,,,.. j FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL FASHION-RIGHT new fall WOOLENS Compare at 3.98. Specially priced 2. yd. 54" Solid Color Wool Flan- neis 54" Solid Color Wool Crepes 54" Solid Color CUung» Cloth Select solids . . noveStlei and plains .. grand for «lt fall wearables , , skirt*-**

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