Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 40
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4Q SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1964, Lake Chorlc? American Press IN MISSISSIPPI -^•-- - - - - I ,11 .... L _ ..._ M _____ Republicans Back Barry '•••V Complaint Filed In Union Election NFAV OHLKANS iSpl > - A Secretary oU.abor \V. Willard suit lias been filed here by iho Wirlz filed Ihe suit in U.S. Dis- I' S. I.ahnr Depnrlmenl to sel frict Courl against the Inlerna- aside a union election held in lional Union of Operating Engi- .lune. mitt. ncers Local 40fi. New Orleans, Headquarters for the union is j here but several branch offices are operated in other cities in I, o u i s i a n a, including Lake Charles The suit alleges (hat a reasonable opportunity was not given members to nominate candidates for office, a large number of members were denied Ihe right to be candidates, and a large number of members were denied the right to vote for or support the candidate of their choice. In Lake Charles there afe two locals affiliated with the International Operating Engineers, bul only one is involved in the suit filed by Secretary Wirlx. Local 40fi in Lake Charles with headquarters at 533 tlth St. is a branch of the office here which is involved in the litagation. The Lake Charles office rep- resents construction workers employed as operating engineers. H. L. Willard of West Lake is district business agent for the office and Eddie Cour- villc is the pipeline business agent. Local 407 in Lake Charles is ; a member of the International ' Union of Operating Engineers but is not involved in the suit. The local represents plant work- ers in the Lake Charles area. Henry Fonlonol is business manager of Ihe union. The court action filed here was based on a complaint received by Secretary Wirtz from union members. Following an investigation, the union was offered an opportunity to bring itself in compliance with the law and when it failed to correct ! Ihe alleged violations the suit, was filed. JACKSON. Miss i.AP' Til- Mississippi Republican state convention Saturday h a n d >• 'I Sen. Harry C.oldualer. K-An/ . 13 voles Inr t'ie pre:-idenlial nomination Tlie endorsement thus was made of I i c i a I as Mississippi (lOP boosters have been boom ing him Inr more than six months. The resolution ailnpied unanimously In the -note Hum JOO delegates reprc-T'itiim ~\ ni thi 82 counties, said, "(ioldwaier exemplifies to a high decree th- qualities so nceessan Inr pie^i dent." It noled the support water reflfclerj not ('.OP but "most Missi; t.'nder another resolution, the 1 iokhvah-r support would he under the unit rule. Supporters said this was agreed upon to give more veiuhi lo the state delegation. The resolution -said Ihe 13 slate convention \otes would '.;o for (loldwaler unless and uniil released by him personally Delegates also adopled resolutions ranging lr--m ci\il ri^hl^ Id slate election law changes. The resolution -in i-i\ il i i^litv urged that "the Kepubhcan senators in Conprp-;- retrain Imin voting for Ihe i-loiure mine In stop debate and Ilial lhc\ Inr- ther vote auain^i the entire civil rights bill." The convention adopted a resolution expressin;.. (.ratnude to legislators who voted to deleat election law changes sought b\ i ni\. Paul Johns ••.( The COP exi'in ssed vehement opposition to the key measures in the 22-hill package and the Icuiskilnre refusec 1 In go info the major measures hv shuttling the luIN oil in committee. .Johnson said the hills were needed In pul the (',01' on equal iKotint; with Ihe nfinocrats. Unl Hepubhcan spok'.^'men said Ihe hills weie punitive and vindica- tive because ol |l ie t'i()P show in^ it' Ihe 1%.'! general election Another i(-sulii'ion .struck on 1 a' whal was icnned the "no w in ' pnhc\ o| !'ip delense de- paiMment. 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