Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 22, 1964 · Page 12
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 12

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Friday, May 22, 1964
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12 ^ lt)AY ' MAY 12 > Loke C horles American Press Presbyterians Elect 7 , Negro as Moderator French Envoy Rodeo Sef ^^^^^ I . , **tl.4.. _____ ...I**** Law Books To PARTLY CLOUDY — Continued warm temperatures and partly cloudy skies are forecast for tonight along the central Gulf coast. Showers are expected in the Plains states, upper Mississippi valley and upper Lakes region. It will be warmer in the eastern third of the nation, while a turn to cooler is due in the northern Plains. (AP Wirephoto Map). OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (AP)—Ecller G. Hawkins nervously fingered the two silver crosses, fused and hung from a long chain around his neck. "Yes, I'll march on the line again," he said, "if the occasion demands it. One belonging LC1S Escapee Sentenced To lon Jail Term lo a minority has a kind of special understanding of what happens." His eyes glistened and he n ensured his words. Of the 3.3 nillion members of the United 3 resbyterian Church in the J.S.A., he is one of the 5 ,pcr rights bill stalemated in Senate." The fused Celtic crosses the WASHINGTON (AP) Russell B. Long, D-La., has pre he sented to French Ambassador Hackberry's second annual Sen., professional rodeo will be held Friday and Saturday, June 5-6, under the sponsorship of the , cent who are Negroes; and the fingered are a talisman of an-1 Herve Alphand a specially em-U, kh r v tr i0h s i i other major concern. The Pres- bossed translation of French law "ackberry High School bylcrian Church of Scotland books which arc used consider- ! Ic Association. gave the crosses several years (ably in Louisiana. ago the Two were fused after to the moderators of j three main Presbyterian! Jhurch's General Assembly had i branches in the United Stales. usl elected him its moderator. v or the first time, a Negro Ivoukl be "chairman of the board" for a year and speak in linison with Dr. Eugene the assembly's lhc The English translations the law books were sent to Long ., for the ambassador by the Lou'^ isiana State Law Institute and j., by the West Publishing Co., SI. other is ; P*»l. Mi™, moderator of the Announcement of the proof gram, produced by the Winfree Cattle, Co., of Orange, Texas, was made at a news supper- conference held in the recreation area at the Hackberry fire station Thursday The presentation was at a Some of the nation's lop cow- .liipr chief /ffi offi- p u |,|j c LOCAL WEATHER On Teachers' Pa" Raise Set LAKE CHARLES AREA TEMPERATURES Tsmperoture todoy (9 o.m.) 7» Overnight low (5 o.m.) ** Maximum yesterday <J:30 p.m ) l» Relative humitidy (» a.m.) .46 Rainfall today ,',',' ~ Sunset today '•" £•£• Sunrise tomorrow ....5.15 o.m Sen level pressure (» a.m.) ........30.12 Tides lodoy: Low 7:03 p.m.. 0.3 Tomorrow: High 1:08 a.m., >.«; Low 1:04 a.m., 1.5! High 11:30 a.m., 1.5; Low ; :4 a.m., 0.0. BATON ROUCK tAPi-A public hearing will be held in the House chamber next Wednesday on the $35 million teacher pay- raise bill. Befo Club Officers Installed KLTON i Spl. i - The 1964-65 officers of the Elton High .School Beta cluh were installed at tlvj final mccliii" of lhe vear re- Presbyterian Church in the U.S., | luncheon Thursday during the j boys, seeking valuable points the dominant, body in the South. ! spring meeting of the American I and money that could lead to T . R ,. .. ,. . r . The Rev. Mr. Hawkins, elect- Bar Association's section of in- J national championships, will i IK KCV. ivir. i-iawKins is •». e( j moderator Thursday, re-, ternational and compar a t i v c I compete in the two-day rodeo. id m 2b years under his mm- ived 465 f [h 833 t £ in a •, - .- -- _,._... „„ ry St. Augustine Presbyterian' contcsl with lllc Rcv A R a Louisiana Correctional and In- y iiurth '" Ncw York's Bronx, Cart | idgc of Eric p.,' " Books presented were a 6-vol- duslrial School at DeQuincy re-:! ias 8 row " from nine members Tnc assemb | y continues i umc English translation ot A 22-ycar-old escapee from the ceived prison sentences totaling l ° n . lore . than a thousand. j through Thursday* seven years in Calcasieu Crlm* llK . e , ectlon wl11 be mo !; e cl °;' 3 - quent than any sermon," said nal Court Monday afternoon. ' Willie B. Bishop of Monroe pleaded guilty to simple burg- iary, and Iwo counts of theft before Dist. Judge Clement Moss. Roberl Wi Fonli i 8i of Dcnham J. Vernon Lloyd, an attorney from Danville, Calif, who put Hawkins in nomination and later was appointed vice moderator. "In this measure at least," said Dr. Blake, "we have be- Bishop and another prisoner, : c . omL , t . 0 i or n ij nc i. n marks the direction in which the church in- Rcp. Lawrence Gibbs, the as follows bill's author, said the hearing Marv Ann Dwight Bertrand will head the organization, with other officers Springs had escaped from the institute Monday and were recaptured Tuesday a mile and a half southwest of Starks. tends to go." United Presbyterian leaders arc under attack from some of lhe Presbyteries for their part would be conducted by the president; Dona Bruchhaus, re-i home, the theft of three guns House Education Committee, i . . - House quits work that day. lorian. Irial Date Set For Ministers In Mississippi HATTIESBURG. Miss. (APi- County Judge William Haralson has set .June 8 lor the trial of live out-of state white clergymen and two Hattiesburg Negroes arrested on charges of unlawful public school teachers an aver- r y "Ann Fusilier, the" outgoing Fusclier. vice- • with the burglary of a DeQuincy more almost a year ago in a march on a segregated amusement park. And the Rev. Mr. joined in demonstra- diner in the Bronx. cording secretary: ' Charlotte 1 from the home and the thefl of which he heads. The hearing Fontenot. corresponding secre- ; an automobile used in the es- will start an hour after the tary: Michael Sicily, treas-'cape try. urer: Dennis Doise. parliamen-' ... , ... , . , , ct i to {; ve tarian: and Susan Putnam, his- vear Vo n the S burglary count and i lhe new moderator said/ "and * .. •>.<•. Kttt f F t l**«f r\r\r*r\r\ftt+ tfm J... 1__'^. u —II Louise McClelland, the the The Ouachita Parish lawmaker introduced the bill with 63 House signatures-10 more votes c ] u b sponsor, officiated at than required lor passage. A installation ceremony, companion bill was offered in the Senate by 19 senators, one short of the number needed for ce rs assuming their duties, was requested legal counsel and he passage. The bills, if passed in present lorm. would provide Louisiana The business meeting, held prior lo the new slate of ol'fi- one year on each charge of theft with the sentences to run consecutively. An attorney was appointed for Font by the court after he my first concern is to bring all the resources of our church to bear for the passage of the civil "Planiol Civil Law Treatise" and an English translation of "The Geny Method of Interpretation and Sources of Private Positive Law." The books are used in Louisiana, Long said, since the state based a part of its legal on French law. Danny Sheridan, the show announcer said. Hackberry high's football field will be converted into a huge rodeo arena, with portable pens being erected a week prior to the show. ies was Leon D. Hubert Jr., of New Orleans, representing tha. Louisiana State Law Institute, and Chief Justice John B. Fournet of the Louisiana Supreme Participaling in the cercmon- 'Court. REV. E. G. HAWKINS Elected by Presbyterians RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LOANS for uuilding -k Burcliasiug * Remodeling GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 700 Ryan St. 3-4618. ^ ^ ljer Rcpo| ., s we ,: c gjvcn by Ca . ; ro lyn Petree. secretary, and Ma- : picketing. The seven pleaded innocent Thursday when arraigned. The ministers were released on bonds of $500 each. The other two men were unable to post' bonds of $1.000 in cash of SI.500 in properly. Judge llarralsuii said their bonds were higher because they had been arrested previously on lhe same charge. "The court iincls il miertstin" that all of the white men wlu came here from points outside the state have made bond, but iheir colored compatriots are still in jail." said Harralson. "I don't know if you could call thai equal treatment or nut." The seven men were jailed Monday while picketing the Forrest County courthouse. They were charged under a recently enacted state law which bars the picketing of governmental buildings in such a manner as to obstruct access. The ministers were the Revs. Cary Alexandria, 2:1; Arlan Dohranburg, 36; and Lawrence H. Berstresser, 2fi, all of Pittsburg, Pa.; Peler Yanderveen, 2G. of Edgar, Neb.; and David A. Walters, 42, of Cincinatti. The Hattiesburg men were Charles Hartfield, 20, and Ulys- -es Everett, 18 rjj . Offi ^Ll WM I age raise of $1,000 a year. treasurer. The measures do not appropriate funds for the raises and Gov. John M c K e i I h e n has warned repeatedly lhat I h e money is not in sight. He has asked educators "to give us time" to boost lhe slate's economy and reach a lidelands settlement. The teacher pay bills are the first of a three - part package prepared by the United School Committee. Other proposals for ELTON (Spl.) - Officers for the 1964-G5 freshman class at Elton High School were elected at a recent meeting. Kay Marcantel president. Others elected were Duran. vice president; increases for school bus drivers Marcantel, secretary; Keith and other school personnel Aguillard, treasurer; and Linda would push the total to $48.6 Susan Manuel. Jacquelyn Jen- million, kins and Robert Johnson, stu- will be arraigned on the charges next week. In a traffic case, Leon Cole* man. 19, of 4513 Sale Lane m ceived a six months suspended jail sentence and a fine of $10(1 when he pleaded guilty to negligent injury and reckless driving]. Judge Moss suspended the jail sentence on the condition lhat Coleman is accepted for service in the armed forces. Coleman was involved In an accident February 27 on U.S. 9(|, will serve as one quarter mile west of Louisiana 108 in which Mrs. Shayne Sophomores At'Elton High Plan Outing ELTON (Spl.) - Members of the sophomore class at Elton High School gathered recently to make final plans for their annual outing, scheduled for' Thursday. Arrangements were made for the students to provide specified foods needed for the barbecue, which will be held at Powell's lake. The athletic bus has been reserved to return the group to the school alter the outing. Warren Fuseher, the new class prescient, officiated at the meeting dent council representatives. Ronald Miller of Sulphur was seriou?- Debbie ly injured. According to the accident report, the Coleman car was trav- cling east and crossed over the center line and crashed headon into the Miller automobile. STOCK UP NOW! 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