Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 29, 1964 · Page 9
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Recommended Threat by Hoffa's City Charier Union Is Claimed e$ Aired JIMMY GILL Six Years RUSSELL JENSEN Six Yeafs HONORED — Russell W. Jansen and Jimmy Gill, students at Rosiest Elementary School, were recently awarded six-year perfect attendance certif. icates during ceremonies at the school. These two students were among 59 who received attendance certificates. The Lake Charles Association of Commerce board of directors met recently and considered recommended changes to the city charter, the' Civil Aeronautics Board's investigation of the Houston-New Orleans airline service and the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce meeting. Robert J. Boudreau, chairman of the subcommittee which made a study of the city char- NEW YORK (AP)-The New York Times says the International Brotherhood of Teamsters is reported to be threatening to try to curb shipping to and from Puerto Rico starting Monday. The newspaper said in a Kiwanians fold Of Three New Revenue Areas FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1964, lake Charles American Press Washington dispatch the action was contemplated because the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico has refused to renew a gambling permit of a hotel in which an associate of James R. Hoffa, the union president, has an interest. point, but added. "The governor j of the island is trying to drive the Teamsters off because he can't dictate policy." the'Times said the hotel is the Lake Charles area •*& n u e de , I f lot \' a W-*nil ion; are often overlooked establishment hat opened Iast'p 0 } nte d ou t by Armand „. ,-«year. It said the hotel had a rau | t j r . t associate professor of temporary permit to operate a Business administration at Me- gambling casino but that ft eese state College, during the the Commonwealth refused meeting of the Lake Charles Ki- Wednesday to renew It because wanis c i, lb Tuesday. Vrtj-iUnHO A Olnnl^ r*» U«. Au . » Johnson Revisits Old High School Three sources of revenue for which were out by Armand L. Per- Zachary A. Strate Jr., has an interest in the hotel. The newspaper identified Perrault said $6.5 million is spent by the college, teachers FOR HOUSE SEATS Five Lawmakers Are Unopposed tor, and Charles & King present-1 j n rj hicago Ho ffa told The As"~ " """ "" " socialod Press, "I'm working with lawyers. I'm trying to avoid any tieup. If I can't do it legally, I'll do it economically." He did not elaborate on this Five of Louisiana's eight representatives in Congress were unopposed today as the 5 p.m. deadline approached for qualifying in the July 25 Democratic primary. The situation by districts: 1st—Rep. F. Edward Hebert, opposed by former state Rep. Elmer R. Tapper of St. Bernard Parish and Jacob K. Fink of New Orleans. 2nd—Rep. Hale Boggs. Unopposed. 3rd-Rep. Edwin E. Willis. Unopposed. 4th—Rep. Joe D. Waggonner Jr. Unopposed. 5th—Rep. Otto E. Passman. Unopposed. 6th—Rep. James H. Morrison. Opposed by John E. Jumonville, Plaquemine; Leslie C. Matheson, Port Allen; Edd Lee Richardson; Hammond; W. L. Thompson Sr., Zachary; and Dr. Bertrand 0. Tyson, Plaquemine Negro and civil rights leader. 7th-Rep. T. A. Thompson. Opposed by Gary Tyler, Lake Charles. 8th—Gillis W. Long. Unopposed. Nat B. Knight Jr., of Gretna, the public service commissioner from the 1st district (New Orleans area) was opposed for re- nomination by Alvin Crais of! Laplace. Nash Roberts of New Orleans, member of the State Board of Education from the 1st PSC district, had three opponents. They were Alfred Peter Giarrusso of New Orleans, brother of New Orleans Police Supt. Joseph Giarrusso; Richard H. Gauthier i and Allen J. Tillery, both of! Arabi. i Supreme Court Justice Joe W. j Sanders Jr. of Baton Rouge, i seeking renomination from the 5th Supreme Court District, was unopposed. Judge Morris W. Lottinger of Hounia was unopposed for re- nomination for the 1st Circuit Court of Appeal from the 1st District. ed recommendations for itn provement of the charter to the board. The board approved the forwarding of the committee's recommendations to the city charter commission for consideration. The Association of Commerce was authorized by the board to intervene in the Civil Aeronautics Board's investigation jointly with the city, parish police jury and local airport authority. Authorization was also given by the board to invite the local area legislative delegation to attend the annual meeting of Strale as a New Orleans build- and the student body on the er who is one of Hoffa's codefendants in a federal trial now Bell City Baby Strangles On Grain of Rice A one-year-old boy, Charles basis of the present enrollment; $4.5 million is received going on in Chicago. They are by the 16,700 persons on parish accused of misusing Teamsters welfare rolls and approximately pension funds. $7 million Is received by par- Herbert Weissberg. president is " residents in Social Security of the H. R. Weissberg Corp., benefits. JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP)President Johnson made a memory-filled journey today to Texas— and his high school of 40 years ago— after exhorting New York Democrats to work for a "great victory" in November. Johnson flew here from New York In the early morning hours. He had only two appearances on his schedule for a ranch weekend— one tonight to address the graduating tfass of Johnson City's Lyndon B. Johnson High School, where he was graduated in 1924, and the other to speak to University of Texas graduates in Austin Saturday night. The President made his November victory appeal during a circuit of Democratic fund-raising functions in New York Thursday night The finalo brought 17,000 persons to Madison Square Garden for a two- hour program of entertainment and a Johnson speech. Using phrases reminiscent both of Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F, Kennedy, Johnson spoke of crusades and new frontiers. principal owner of the hotel, was quoted as saying the corporation was in the process of buy Industry investment increased from $21 million to $410 million since 1947, according to Per- uuii was ill lilt! pIUCUSS OI UUy- ••"" •""»•«- »«TJ m-uuiviuig u> i ci- ing out Slrate's $250,000 interest ! ralllt - wit| i °"'y 5,400 jobs being in the hotel so it could obtain a i added, license. The newspaper in the Louisiana State Chamber of i James Nickel, died Thursday of Commerce in Baton Rouge June i strangulation 'on rice, Sheriff 2. i Henry A. Reid Jr. said today, after" being notified of the death by officials of a local hospital. The delegation will be able to attend the luncheon as guests of the local Association of Commerce. Voris King, president of the local association, urged all members to attend the stale meeting. Reservations can be made by calling the association office at HE 3-3632. ._ i Local Physician Is Assisting In Alumni Campaign I CHICAGO, III. (Spl.) - Dr. ; Yvonne S. Anderson of Lake Charles, is presently assisting ! the Loyola University of Chicago in their medical alumni campaign for the university's Stritch school of medicine. Maccabees Set 'Conditions' According to information received by the sheriff's office, the infant was being fed by his mother, Mrs. Elden T. Nickel Jr., of Rl. 1, Box 53, Bell City, about 3 p.m.. when the baby began choking and had difficulty in breathing. Unable'to call for help, since their house had no phone and was not near neighbors, the mother attempted to stop the choking and put her fingers in the baby's mouth. The infant stopped breathing and the mother tried mouth-to-mouth rescusi- talion. The father was at work in a field seven-and-a-half miles distant. A local grain dealer happened to stop by to attend to some business in the area and the mother reported the incident. The baby was rushed to St. Patrick Hospital. • Hospital doctors attributed the death lo strangulation from rice, quoted Luis Muoz Marin as saying San Juan that Teamsters leaders had announced intentions of picketing hotels and docks In The tlreater Luke Charles in- C, ov ! duslrial payroll was $1.5 million in 1940, and rose to $48 million In 1962. the Kiwanis members were told. Retail sales In the parish went Court Award In Damage Suit Upheld Police Recover Stolen Automobile Puerto Rico and ships at main- j from ? 48 lo $'32 million In the land ports loading merchandise, food and raw materials for shipment to the island. He said Frank Chavez, Teamsters representative on the island, was among the leaders. Strate said in Chicago that he 10 year period which ended in 1962, Perrault concluded. Damage Suit built and owns 25 per cent of the | c F116 fl In Pool Mishap A Lake Charles woman pedestrian, who sought greater damages than a district court awarded her for being struck Ponce de Leon but "I don't know what's going on." Me said the; hotel opened in October 19G3, that it had received a gambling license running to June 1964 and the last he heard the casino was operating. The father of a Lake Charles boy who was injured while div- City police recovered a stolen Texas automobile late Thursday afternoon. The vehicle was reported by Southern Pacific railroad yardmen as being parked near Shatluck Street and Railroad Avenue, back of a bar, about 5:15 p.m. A check of the license by a car, was denied additional registration by city police dis- • settlement when the Court of closed that the car was stolen Appeal, Third Circuit, affirmed from Port Arthur, Tex. The- the lower court ruling. ' ow " er ls .. l ° P ick « U P today, police said. Yvonne Jacobs, struck by a! car while she walked along i a north Lake Charles street, July 14, tOfll. was awarded $2,- ! 000 by the 14th District Court 1 and a special damage award of ,$1.172 to Leslie A. Jacobs. Defendant In the aclion was MarqueHu Casualty Co. BIG RELIEF FOR LITTLE BURNS N»tutd'» own dreiilng I RMIeres pnln of burnt, chain, sunburn, detsrjant hands. Switch lohoipttiUqutllty Morollne. Super-reflno SUlnlass. Only 17d or over Iwlca is much tor 27i Probed by Police Cameron Parish Man Is Denied More Damages A Cameron Parish man, Elie Fruge, injured in a freak truck accident lost his appeal for increased damages over a district court decision, when the Court of Appeal, Third Circuit, affirmed the lower court ruling. Fruge, awarded $5,489 damages for injuries, medical expense and lost wages as a result of an accident near Grand Chenier had appealed to the higher court. Pioneer Casualty Co., was the defendant in the suit. She is seeking help for Ihe Loyola Medical Loyalty Fund, designed to guarantee continuing 1 medical education. Alumni throughout the country are being asked to raise $200,000 annually lo augment other sources of income to keep the operational budget in balance, according to the announcement. NEW YORK (AP)-The rabbi who started a civilian radio car patrol in Brooklyn said today his Maccabees will disband only if assured adequate police protection and if they can be ab- ., . ..... -.-. sorbed into the police auxiliary. \ tne slierm said Rabbi Samuel Schrage, a spiritual leader of the ultra- orthodox Hasidic branch of Judaism in Brooklyn's Crown Heights, said the Maccabees are trying to arrange a meet- i ing with Police Commissioner ; Michael J. Murphy. | He said both conditions would ; have to be met before the Mac- 1 cabees—named after followers iof a Jewish biblical leader— Local Physician Visits European Medical Centers Dr. Gerald Weiss of Lake Charles visited several medical centers in Europe during the month of May. He visited Rome on behalf of the American Medical Associa- ing into the swimming pool at the Lake Charles Country club LJ- L c I i -ri r. lasl summer has filed a $22,000 High jchool i heft ! dania B c suit '» nth judicial J ! District Court. Philbert J. Demnrie named , the Travelers Insurance Co., City detectives are investigat- \ defendant in the action which is a result of the injuries suffered by the youth, Charles Floyd Dcmarie. According lo Ihe suit Charles was attending a graduation party, May 28, 1%3, ami while div ing the theft of seven suit coals from a room a I W. 0. Boston High School Thursday night. Edward Zailskas, chief of detectives, said Detective Walter Koonce has been assigned to look into Ihe theft, which was reported by principal John J. Johnson. ing from the high diving board struck the pool bottom and was injured. (WHERE'D HE60TI PORT FINANCE Where Else? To GET CASK FOR REFINANCING CAR NOTES • HOME FIX UP • MEDICAL BILLS Pay all your bills wiili one friendly loan. Sro Pexio Uuiniy Hudson. PORT FINANCE COMPANY 1100 RYAN UK B-7271 Licensing Board Director Plans Cut in Personnel BATON ROUGE (AP) - H. C. Menuet, the new executive director of the State Licensing Board for Contractors, said today field personnel will be cut approximately 65 per cent. A form letter to all licensed contractors said after the cut, "only qualified, fulltime employ- es will be employed." He said the economy move should "leave a substantial surplus at the end of the year, and \ve hope this surplus can be returned to the contractors in the form of reduced license fees." Member of MSC Faculty Addresses Nursing Grads NEW ORLEANS (Spl.) -Constance J. White, head of the department of nursing at Mc! Neee State College, was the prin- i cipal speaker Thursday night at 1 capping ceremonies for students at Touro Infirmary here. I Miss White reminded the stu- ! dents to live up to the ideals of their profession, and never forget the loving care lhat I should be given to all patients. | The speaker was the former | head of the Touro nursing ; school. disband their voluntary protec-' tion as a representative of the lion program. j department of international The Maccabees' membership '. health. when you use crosses both racial and religious lines. They organized after several Jewish residents in Crown Heights were mugged and the wife of one rabbi was I dragged from her apartment and raped. The group operates four ra- | dio cars, each carrying six young unarmed men. They pa' trol the neighborhood from dusk lo dawn trying to spot and! In British avert trouble. If they run into! ' UIIM311 Dr. Weiss gave a paper at the 14lh International College of Surgeon's Congress in Vienna, Austria. Upon Dr. Weiss' return lo the United Slates, he will attend the American Thoracic Society meeting in New York. SHERWIN Prnhp "006 GEORGETOWN, British Guiana (AP)-The British Guiana any, they radio their headquarters, normally manned by Rabbi Schrage, and then all four I government will setup a corn- radio cars are dispatched to ! mission lo investigate racial vio- the trouble spot iience at Wismar in which five Al the same time, the rabbi persons were killed and 178 notifies police. ; homes destroyed Sunday night. Gives you up to 3 extra years of beauty and protect/on Youth Hurt In Fall From Auto Is Hospitalized A 17-year-old Lake Charles boy who jumped from the hood of a car on which he was riding, ' injuring his head, is stili under | ofaservalion at St. Patrick Hos- ' pital today. Lee J." Bordelon Jr., 1225 Mitchell St., was riding on the hood of a car driven by Ted Gilchrist, 15, 2623 Aster St., and jumped off the vehicle landing on his head, according to investigating officer Lee Graves of the Lake Charles City Police. The accident happened about 4 p.m. Thursday Firestone Names Division Engineer AKRON, Ohio (Spl.) - J- R- Swenson has been appointed division engineer with Firestone Synthetic Rubber and Latex Co. and will be responsible fur maintenance and entfmwring at the plant in Lake Charles Swenson's re?;wi)>ibi]it\ also includes plants a: Orange. Tex and Port Jerome. France, according to B H Larabee, uoe president in charge of rubber operations for the parent Fire- stoae Tire and Rubber Co. 1964 Model RF60? * Squirrel cage blower wheel t Easy access slide-out chassis * Weather-protected electrical components EASY TERMS G-E Air Conditioner prices start at $129.95 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE SO CALLED "BARGAIN" HOUSE PAINTS often look like this after just a couple of years. You have to go to the extra work and cxpenBC of repainting long before you expected. This SHERWIN-WILLIAMS HOUSE PAINT gives you up to ,'i utiiu \t-cir-. of beauty unit protection S.uri- you Unie and money, beiause you don't havt) lo paint MJ often SWP HOUSE PAINT The superior quality and durability of Sherwin-Williams House Paint has been proved on thousands of homes in this area. You can always depend on Sherwin-Williams paints to give you complete satisfaction. • SHERWIN WILLIAMS-THE FINEST QUALITY HOUSE RAINT YOU CAN THi §H$*WM'WlUIAM$ CO. 625 Bro*4 St., HE 9-9066 Or At Your FavoriU Local D«»l»r

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