Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 2, 1964 · Page 7
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YMBC Seeks Statewide Support for Village' The Young Men's Business' club of Lake Charles will spearhead a drive to unite the YMBC state association in a common state-wide project of supporting a greater Boys Village program. Vernon Keating, principal of Iowa High School and president of Boys Village, spoke to the civic club about the program and the needs of Boys Village Monday night. For the past two years, the Lake Charles boys' home has served the needs of the entire slate, Keating said. Fifty boys during the past two months have been denied entrance into the home for lack of facilities and funds. When asked what happens to these boys Keating replied, "God only knows." Established since 1947, Boys Village orginally served a five parish area in Southwest Louisiana. Today, 50 per cent of the boys are from other areas of the state. Other parishes, how- Thief Gets Wish In Federal Court An admitted outo thief, who said he wanted to return to the ^deraj. ptjison at Atlanta, Ga., for "treatment of a heart condition, got his wish in U.S. District Court here Monday. Claude Walter Carpenter, held for transporting a stolen car for Birmingham, Ala., to Lake Solons Again Ponder Police Jury Systems BATON ROUGE (AP)-The old, old state argument against parish police juries using the ward system oif doing business, compared with the unit system, is back in the legislature. For several years, state audits have urged police juries to act as a single unit, instead of letting things be handled by individual jurors for each ward. The House Judiciary B Com-1 mittee Monday approved a bill! that would repeal the state requirement making parishes adopt the unit system. The' measure was sent to the House floor. W. K. Brown of Grant Parish, who sponsored the bill, said the present rule, coming into effect this month, would cut off state funds for parish roads unless they adopted the unit system. Phillip Jones, state highway department, said the state would put on pressure on parishes to adopt the unit system, but additional state funds would be used as an inducement to parishes with the unit system. Jones said a parish "must have the unit system to get the best use of equipment and money." Several rural police jurors argued against the unit system, saying the ward system worked best for their parishes. Charles, told Judge Edwin F. Hunter he would like to return to Atlanta where, "They've got real good facilities for treating my trouble." Judge Hunter sentenced Carpenter to five years, with probation possible at any time the parole board sees fit to grant it. A young Mexican youth, Jesus Medrano-Martinez, was ordered returned to his native country after pleading guilty to fraud and misuse of entry documents, deferred in two ever, do not contribute funds to maintain the institution. Keating said half of their finances comes from the Calca- sleu United Appeals effort. The rest of the money comes from the Village's dollar-a-month club members, a memorial fund and the agricultural activities of the boys. The 37 boy-member home cultivates 40 acres of rice. According to Keating, the statistics of the boys home show that not one of the boys who has completed his high school education from Boys Village has ever been in late trouble with the law. He said that they make fine citizens with families and hold good positions in society. With $213 contributed by the public which was matched by the YMBC, the boys left Monday morning on a trip to visit Six Flags in Texas. The YMBC program Monday also included a Dairy Month program. Carl Warden, acting program chairman, introduced TUESDAY, 'JUNE 2, 1%-t, Uke Charles American Press J Conference Speaker Named The role of scientific research ( Later he became chemical co- Registration for the confer- and R. F. Jones and Edward ./. and its effect on the develop-1 ordinator for anti - epileptic [ ence will be held al R a.m.jHebert, all from Cities Service beidruge? sedatives for hypnotics | Wednesday in the main foyer of'Oil Co.; and S. F. Chappcll Iff, and psyclwlropic agents, * "' ~ ~ . .. ~ . Miller is the inventor or C. A. MILLER To Address Banquet Casfro Says U.S. Sends Over Germs ment of new medicines will spotlighted Wednesday night by C. A. Miller at the banque't which concludes the ninth annual Tehnical Conferene here. Miller of Ann Arbor, Mich., is j epilepsy, head of the patent liason group j \villlarn in the research department of Parke, Davis and Co. The all-day business session of the conference at McN e e s c State College will be followed by the social hour and banquet at the Lake Charles Country club beginning at (5:30 p.m. The conference is sponsored by the Southwest Louisiana Sections of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and American Chemical Society. HAVANA Castro CO- i Inventor of several drugs currently used in the treatment of H. Arnistron will : serve as toastmasler for the banquet, according to Robert 0, Guintard, publicity chairman. Space Men Take Course In Geology HOUSTON, TON. (AP) - At The guest speaker is a native least 23 astronauts will tramp of New Orleans and received!the rugged country of the Phil- his bachelor of science degree! mont Boy Scout Ranch in north from Loyola University, New Or- the McNeese. Science Technical papers will be presented continuously from 8:20 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the joint sessin by the following men: Dr. T. B. Mctcalfe, W. K. Averitt and F. L. Larue Jr., all from the University of Southwestern Louisiana; Eugene D. Richard, McNcesc State College; Ray N. Saner, IBM Co.; James E, Wychc III, Paul R. Arnold and R. Kenneth Loe. all from Pittsburgh Plnte app C. L. McGehee and C. H. Summers, all from Co/umbian Carbon Co., Lake Charles Chemical Research Center. Dolores Hart Is Happy Postulant NEW YORK (AP) - Dolores Hart, the blonde actress who abandoned Hollywood a year ago to enter a Roman Catholic - • monastery, says she has found Glass, j happiness and satisfaction. Chemical Division; Hilton I. Col-1 Miss Hart, 25, was infer- ten, Firestone Synthetic Hub-'viewed Monday by a New York her & Latex Co.; i Post reporter at Regina Lau-K H. S. Burk, Roland M. Bodin, ithe Benedictine sisters' monas- Dallas J, Rachel. E. A. Vcrret' tsry in Bethlehem, Conn. leans, In 1943. In 1947, Miller received his master of science degree from thc University of Detroit and eastern New Mexico the rest of this week. The space men are completing a quickie geology course with the field trip. Other visits have ,, he S erm sue against the United States, as the Communists did in Korea Bill Phelps of Guth Dairy who; and South Vie t Nam. related the history and past importance of the cow and her dairy products. "Each glass of ir..ilk gives you enough energy to walk one mile, or to play 3% hours of cards," Man Wanted In State Held By FBI Agents LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) FBI agents today held a man wanted in Baton Rouge and Opelousas, La., for allegedly clipping two Baton Rouge contractors in a confidence game. Carlon Lee Hammond is accused of taking $35,000 from Morris V. Lucia and Joe Fasulo, building contractors. Hammond convinced the men he could arrange for them to purchase $50,000 for $35,000. The contractors paid in small bills. Hammond is being held here on $5,000 bond. The preliminary hearing was held Saturday after the arrest. The final hearing is due when a copy of the complaint warrant from Baton Rouge arrives here. Baton Rouge authorities said Hammond arranged a meeting with Fasulo and Lucia at an Opelousas hotel. The $50,000 was to come from an ''old man in trouble with the internal revenue service." Investigators said Hammond took Tasulo with him to meet "the old man" while Lucia waited in the hotel. Then, when they stopped the car in a residential section, police said, Hammond grabbed the contractors' money, ran to a man in a waiting car and fled. Sellers Attends Public Showing HOLLYWOOD (AP> - Actor Peter Sellers made his firs! public appearance since his heart attack April 6. appearing briefly Monday night at a film preview to thank the medical team that saved his life. United Artists arranged a $bowing of Sellers' movie. "The World of Henry Orient," tor the staff of Cedars of Leb- «flun Hospital in Hollywood. Tjb.e British actor appeared wan but j?e was in good spirits. Action was other cases. Robert John Hertlein, now a resident of Lake Charles, pleaded guilty to mail fraud in a scheme to obtain money from a Louisville, Ky. bank. The defendant, who admitted a record of various offenses dating back to 1949, told the court that he was undergoing psychiatric treatment and Judge Hunter ordered action suspended until he could study results of the treatment. Crowell Willis of Rapides Parish, charged with probation violation, will face trial next week at Alexandria, in either state or federal court, after outlining a complicated set of circum stances. Willis was found guilty of theft of government property and given a six-months suspended sentence in 1961 and placed on probation in federal court. Last fall, a state court in Alexandria found him guilty of desertion and non-support of his children, constituting a violation of his federal probation. Willis then went to Texas and ignored orders of local federal probation officers to report here. Willis told Judge Hunter, however, that he was innocent of the charges of child neglect but had pleaded guilty "because I didn't have any proof." ! Hunter, after lengthy confer, ences with U.S. Attorney Ed | ward L. Shaheen, said that Willis should have a new hearing i on the charges to determine ! whether or not an actual violation of probation had occurred. Hunter said he would hear the case himself, unless Rapides Parish officials wish to claim jurisdiction. THE COLEMAN AGENCY Isn't it time you considered "moving up" to a nicer home? According to all experts, it is! Just a few days ago, a Wall Street Journal reporter cojn- mented on the growing desire of Americans to "trade up" in many personal purchases. The f r i 1 1 - 1 e s s, stripped -down auto or appliance is no longer in fashion. Manufacturers of cam- pact cars now push "fancy up- h o 1 stery, bucket seats and big engines" rather than economy. ID i the television j field, "industry officials see no end to the upsurge and predict dollar volume on color TV will surpass that of black-and-white for the first time next year." Likewise, sales are soaring ! on such things as fine china, ex; pensive furniture and high i fashion dresses. But the article warns that for many people selection of higher priced items now means that they will have less money available for future purchases. Why not channel some of your ! funds — before they get spent i 1 for Jess enjoyable, shorter-llfed I items — into a better home'.' ' '1'ius is the .logical first-step in i ; "trading up" because every sin- j 1 ^le person in your family will I find the belter home a long last, ini thrill! Poll the family. You'll find a inter home ranks FIRST! Tlu-n, call us. We will be glad to help you "mo.ve up" 10 better living! REALTY AND INSURANCE Phelps said. Factually speaking, if all the milk cartons sold in Louisiana in 1963 were lined up, they would reach 61,212 miles he said. The dairy program also Included an informative talk by Jo Ann Smith, a 1964 graduate of Sulphur High School and an outstanding 4-H club member, on the role and importance of rnilk products. She will represent Calcasieu Parish in a statewide 4-H contest in July. The Cuban prime minister told newsmen Monday night his regime is investigating a "possible United States-instigated germ warfare attack" last Friday in the Sancti Splritus area of Las Villas Province. "There would be extraordinarily grave consequences if this is ] true," Castro said. i Castro said "a great quantity of shining objects fell through the air" in the Sancti Spiritus area and dissolved on landing, leaving a gelatinous substance "similar to that which is used in bacteria cultures," The United States has denied all charges of germ warfare. then pursued further studies at! been made to the Grand Canyon, the University of Notre Dame j West Texas and Arizona, land Northwestern University. ! Seventeen astronauts will flv : After teaching briefly at "the to Trinidad, Colo., today and ; University of Detroit and then motor about fit) miles to ! Wayne University, Miller joined Cimarron. Maj. L Gordon Coo- the research department of: per will fly his own plane to Parke, Davis to work on prob-; Cimarron. Six more astronauts lems of the central nervous sys-! are. scheduled to arrive from tern. 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Plain Impalas are anything but. They come in all popular body styles, including 1 wagons. They're dressed up to a fare-thee-well: fully carpeted interiors, upholstery as durable as it is attractive. Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced Chevrolet*, make a practice of hiding 1 it. All the conveniences, no sacrificing coin Tort or style. Did we mention that Trade 'N' Travel Time won't last forever? It won't. So see your Chevrolet dealer. Then go rill in the spaces. Wm. B. Coleman Chevrolet Impala, Convertible Chevrolet Impaia 6'port Coupe REALTOR— I 1315 3rd Street Phooe HE 3-1016 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Door Station H'c</o/t CHECK THE TNT DEMS ON CHEVROLET- CHEVELU • CHEVY I • CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S NEW TCMK mrOSUJS >*jR 17 CAGLE CHEVROLET, INC. 19M Ewi Broad LAKE CHARLES Phon« HE 3-6363

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