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•ttttftonui * s/tus eo, Lake BOX 806$ 4924 COLE AVE. ALLAS, tf JUS Sowela Ski Club Plans Show The Sowela Ski club, a group of 25 local water skiing enthusiasts, will present one of the major attractions during Contraband Days scheduled this weekend, according to Harry M. Hollins, president of the water sports event. All water sports events will be along th° north beach of Lake Charles. Among the many acts to be presented by the group will be a three person pyramid similar to the one shown above which features Janice Lemoine, left, Abi Heaslcy and Sandy Gilbert, top, all "mem bers of ski club. SCHOOL BOARD Oilier acts will be a grand entry with three skiers carrying the United States flag, the stale flag and the ski club flag: a two-ski ballet; a solo number on 18-inch shoe ?kies; n double act various jumping stunts; a water ski ballet; five person pyramid; a barefoot act, and a series of stunts on a saucer and a kile stunt. The skiers will perform at 8 p.m. Friday and approximately 5 p.m. Saturday or upon completion of the boat races, Hollins said. Other members of the local ski club who will perform are Larry Landry, Robert Weeks, Mike Baumann, Meredith Hebert, Floyd Gordon, Paul White, Charles Weeks, Elva Jean Gordon, and Thomas Lampirez. Hal Luttrell will be the driver of the boat pulling the skiers. :.,-:'.'••• The coming weekend of events will bring to Lake Charles the largest water sports carnival ever presented in this area, Hollins added. Included will be boat races, a boat parade, 'fireworks, a beauty pageant and many other events. JD Candidates To Be Certified House Defers Decision On Retirement Bill JENNINGS (Spl.) - Candidates for the Jeff Davis Parish School Board in the July 25 primary were 'o be certified this afternoon at 2:30 in the Police Jury room of the court house, according to Clabie Clark, chairman of the Jeff Davis Democratic executive committee. Seats are to be filled in Wardo 2. 4, 5 and 6, Clark said. An election was called tor both seats in Ward 2, Jennings, after the Democratic committee ignored the appointment of Mrs. Glenn Harris by Gov. John J. McKeithen. Mrs. Harris was appointed last week by the governor to fill the newly-created second seat in the ward. The school board is scheduled to m e e I Thursday to set the length ot Mrs. Harris' term. Sources have indicated t h c term may be until 1968. This would place three members from the ward on the board, and probably bring legal action. Candidates from Ward 2 for the two seats are Bon Phillips, incumbent: P. J. Richard and Hazard Guillot. In Ward 4, where one seat is to be filled, the candidates are Leroy De LaFosse, R. Shelby Putnan and Merlin David. In- cumbent Anthony Jennings did not seek reelection. Candidates for the single Ward 5 seat are Miron B. Fenton and Irvin Joseph Fontenot. The seat is now held by Malcolm Anderson, who did not seek reelection. Former Welsh Mayor Clarence E. Romero is unopposed for tho Ward 6 seat. Incumbent Charle'- Walkins is not seeking reelection. Disputed Fire Insurance Rate Hearing Is Set BATON ROUGE (AP) -The House Retirement Committee has decided to defer action on legislative retirement repeal until it receives a Senate-passed version. The Senate bill sent to the House Monday not only would repeal extra retirement benefits that legislators voted for themselves a year ago—it would make the bill apply to those defeated at the polls recently. The House committee also voted 5-2 against giving immediate approval to a bill to remove legislators from the state employes retirement system. & CQWP* ^ _^ Amencan Press STATE EDITION 5 CENTS LAKE CHARLES, LA., TUESDAY, JUNE Z, 1964 28 PAGES NUMBER 25,719 McKeithen Denied Time For Teacher Pay Boost Successor To Nehru Named i | NEW DELHI, India iAP> -JShaslri said shortly after Con- 1 India's ruling Congress parly | gross party members of Parlia- i named mild-mannered Lai Ba-'menl named him their leader, ,'hadur Shaslri by acclamation a designation which automatic ' today to succeed the late Prime Minister Nehru. He pledged to work for Nehru's goal of a united, Socialist, "Socialism India, is our objective, Rocky's Lead Cut By Barry By THE HARRIS SURVEY LOS ANGELES (Spl.)-Rising from an underdog position in tliis California Republican primary, Sen. Barry Goldwaler has seized the momentum in the past 24 hours and has cut Gov, Nelson Rockefeller's lead down to two percentage points. A statewide survey conducted from last Sunday morning through Monday noon showed: June I May 30 Percentage percentage Rockefeller 42 49 Gold water 40 40 Not Sure .., 18 11 A ii-ise'' in the undecided vote toward the end of an election is a sign of a vote shift. Dramatic changes are now taking place in California, much as occurred in New Hampshire for Henry Cabot Lodge, in Oregon for Rockefeller, and in the Democratic primary in Maryland for Gov. Wallace. Most voters remain negative on both men to the end although Goldwater has a hard core of supporters. The turnout could be the decisive factor with Rockefeller's chances improved ; by a heavy vote. ally carried nomination ! prime minister. Shaslri, Si), gave no clue to the foreign policy he will pursue. He indicated high regard for Nehru's daughter, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, a leading candidate for the foreign minister's post. ; Shastri wept as he recalled Nehru's death last week and said of Mrs. Gandhi: "Her continued association with us will be a source of strength to all ol us." He welcomed the support of former Finance Minister Morarji Desai,. his opponent who yielded after a determined five- day succession struggle. "1 am sure this will generate a new confidence in the country and will have an impact on the outside world also," Shastri said. Shastri said the party's immediate task is to fight India's "biggest enemies—poverty and unemployment." "The country must remain united and it is important we realize our grave responsibilities toward the betterment of tour people," he declared. "The i economic issues are most vital jfor us." India is "faced today with a great crisis," Shastri continued, and must "follow in his (Nehru's) footsteps." If this reflects Shastri's foreign policy, it will mean a continuation of nonalignment under which India accepts economic and military aid from both sides of the Iron Curtain but does not consider itself a member of any bloc. Acting Prime Minister G. L. Nanda nominated Shaslri be- OH. ROBERT MORRIS Seeks Election 1C Veterinarian Announces For School Board Dr. Robert K. Morris of Lake Charles today formally announces that he will seek election to the Calcasicu Parish School Board in the July 25 Democratic primary. The owner of Morris Animal Hospital, Dr. Morris, 37, received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Texas A&M University in 1947. He was educated in the public schools of Nacogdoches, Tex. He has been practicing veterinary medicine in Lake Charles since 1951. Dr. Morris has been on the school board for (he past two i years. He was appointed to the | board when five additional members were added from Ward 3. He is a World War II veteran of the U. S. Navy. He served in the foreign service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture in Mexico City from 1948-51. Married to the former Wanda • IUI1ML1. •1UI1111I141WU Ul|t4<Jli4 U\,~ -^ , . t fore the Congress party mem-! Champion, Dr. Morris has two bers in the central hall of Par- i sons who ai ' e enrolled in parish Educators Decide To Press Fight Despite Appeals BATON ROUGE (A?) — Louisiana educators plan to move ahead with passage of the $48.8 million pay raise for teachers and oilier school workers. A decision to continue the struggle for the raise followed a meeting Monday of educators with Gov. John J. McKeithen. The governor said the educators reported to him on the gravity of the situation, and lie urged them again to give him more The plain fact is that 40 per I liament. Desai seconded the ! schools. The family lives at 233 cent of these GOP voters prefer Lyndon Johnson to either Goldwater or Rockefeller. In addition, Rockefeller is losing his appeal as a substitute for other GOP candidates, while awareness of the divorce issue has risen since the birth of the new Rockefeller babv. So/ons Get Odd Bits Of Information Baton Rouge voters want the legislative pension plan discontinued. However, Rep. Lantz Womack, — administration floor leader, RYAN STREET DISCOUNT CENTER 2404 Ryan Street BIG CLEAN-UP SALE Must moke room for iK'vv merchandise arriving daily! SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Children's Dresses, regardless ol former prices, now ». M and M Boys' Cabono Sets, Sizes 3, it. 6 and I, per set S1.25 Ladles' Heeli, Values to S2'.'es. uer Pair. it: Or 3 Pairs for J7.00 Boys' Shoes, Sizes to 'J' .. Reqjlar S7.95, Per Pair $2.;5. Or 2 Pairs lor 1500 Ladies' Summer Dresses. As Low As 13.50. and None Over U 50 Ladies' Blouses. I Rga. Only Vic Men's Sport Shir's, \-t Price and Lois CttetK Your LOY-AWUVS! -- BATON ROUGE (AP) -State said tliere was no doubt from Dist. Judge Fred Blanche dis- - , rec ~ nt elecli °ns that East solved a temporary restraining order that had blocked an insurance rate hearing. The judge held Monday his court lacked jurisdiction at this stage. The legal struggle involves the Insurance Company of North America UNA) and its efforts to maintain a rate established ear- JJCT this year for a new fire insurance policy on churches and school buildings. The company had filed suit in district court here to block a hearing requested by five insurance agents and state managers for insurance companies before the fire rating division of the Insurance Commission. | WASHINGTON CAP) - Conj gress gets odd bits of informa- jtion at its committee hearings. The'East Baton Rouge House L?°* ins , tanc ?. Douglas G. delegation is sponsoring the re-ii Vn l ht ' administrator of the tirement repeal bill on which' action was deferred. The Baton Rouge lawmakers nomination, saying the party would "continue to adhere to the ideals" of Nehru. Approval followed in a burst of applause. President Sarvepalli Radhak- rishnan will complete the formalities by asking Shastri to form a government and swear him in. probably later this week. WEATHER FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy and warm through Wednesday. Variable winds 5-15 m.p.h. Low tonight B2. High Wednesday 85. Lake: Very low bacteria count time to find the needed pay raise money. The teacher pay raise bill by Rep. Lawrence Gibbs, Ouachita Parish, remained in his House Education Committee. The Senate took a companion measure from the Senate Education Committee and put It in the Senate Finance Committee, headed by Sen. B. B. Rayburn, Bogalusa. Rayburn is a lop sponsor of the Senate proposal, and the fate of the measure perhaps lay in his own committee. President Frank L. Miller of the Louisiana Teacher Association said the LTA planned to move ahead with passage of the teacher salary schedule bill. "We believe we can pass our salary schedule," Miller said. On the basis of the talks with McKeithen, he said, he had good reason to believe the United School Committee salary schedule would be implemented during the 1964-65 school year. The House okayed a package of old Little Hoover Commission proposals, brought back by Rep. Robert Munson, Rapides, an administration floor leader. They included establishment of an annual inventory of slate property and a requirement that the state buildings superintendent allocate all state building space—subject to the governor's wishes. Rep. Eugene McGehee, East Baton Rouge, won 99-2 House passage of his constitutional i W. McNeese St. i measure calling for a hearing The candidate is a member of | before any state official can bi Wednesday on the code of ethic* for stale employes and elected officials. There was no indication of the time for hearing several bills to redraw the Senate's districts. The House passed 89-11 and sent to the Senate a bill granting pay raises to juvenile court judges In New Orleans. House Speaker Vail Delony named the House members of the Joint Legislative Committee on Segregation. They were: Reps. John Garrett, Claiborne Parish, who has served several years as segregation chairman; Ford Stinson, Bossier; H. B. Schoenberger, Plaquemines: Lantz Womack, Franklin, and D. H. Morgan, East Feliciana. The Senate Conservation Committee killed a bill that would have made the office of Louisiana conservation commissioner elective. The constitutional proposal was submitted by Sen. Charles Barham. Ruston. St. Luke Methodist Church, the Better Business Bureau of Southwest Louisiana and the Lake Charles Association of Commerce. He was the charter president of the South Lake Charles Rotary club during 196061. addressed out ot office by the legislature. "We would remove the stigma of the ouster of public officials without first having a chance to be heard," McGehee said. The Senate Judiciary C Corn- He is a member of Masonic i mittee made tentative plans to Lodge 449, Lake Charles Scot-1 hold special hearings on two of tish Rite bodies and the El Karubah Shrine. Dr. Morris served as charter president of the Calcasieu Veterinary Medical Association. He was president of the Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association in 1961 and presently serves as secretary of the Louisiana Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. its hottest legislative potatoes— the code of ethics and Senate redistricting. Sen. Jamar Adcock, Monroe, chairman of the committee, said he would try to arrange a hearing for the various code of ethics measures at 2 p.m. Monday. The administration plans an informal briefing session LC Livesiock Operator Dies In Opelousas Alcide Dominique, 52-year-old livestock operator and a part owner of the Lake Charles Livestock Commission Barn, died at 2:45 a.m. today in Opelousas General Hospital as a result of injuries received last week in a highway accident. Dominique suffered serious brain injuries in the accident in which a Lafayette pipeline worker, Marly Eugene Kaufman, 34, was killed on U. S. 167, the Opelousas-Sunset highway, two miles south of Opelousas, last Thursday night. According to state police, Kaufman, who had stopped to fix a flat on a car in which he was riding, was standing in the back of his vehicle and the Dominique vehicle struck him. Dominique, who had livestock and auction barn interests in all sections of the state, is survived by his wife and three children. The body is at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette. Southwest Power Administration, has false teeth and he uses an electric toothbrush. In congressional testimony made public today, he expound ed on the insatiable appetite of Americans for electric power and said: "I now brush my teeth electrically. I am too lazy to brush declared- ' m Y teeth with my own muscu- "1 wiJJ not go along with com- i lar P° we , r - an <* they are false, plete repeal of the legislative re- ! a that - tirement program. Being a legislator may be a parttime job in the city, but it isn't out in Die country. I get calls from 4:30 a.m. to midnight every day." IN NEW YORK CITY Negro Attacks Spur Call For More Subway Police One Hour MarUniziug DRY CLEANING SALE Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, June 2, 3. 4 Any 5 Pieces Ck'iuu-cl and Pressed Qo U7 No SuiOcs, Leallicn. Krs or For- inais. 2 PC. Cftumenls count os two pieces. 8ei!s count at one piece or 10c c*tro. Free Molhproollna. Ask about box storage. i Convenient Martiniiinj Locations tail Town Shopping Center Pioneer B-Jlldmo !x>ulhaQte ShoppInQ Center Greinwlch Shopping. City .'. 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RESULTS OF EMPLOYMENT STUDY GIVEN NEW YORK (AP)—Plans for ( Demands for more police pro- more subway police and a two-1 lection came after incidents last way radio network have been weekend in which bands of Ne- spurred by Negro terrorist at-jgroes beat, kriiieti, rubbed and The r e s u 11 s of a study of unemployment in the Lake Charles area are published today on the editorial page of the Lake Charles American Press. Conducted by the Council for a better Louisiana (CABL) the study was made in the major cities of Louisiana. Today's article is the first of three parts to be released by CABL. tacks in sections of New York City. Officials emphasized it would be several months before the measures could be put into effect. Mayor Hubert F. Wagner called" a meeting today of police and Transit Authority "officials. Transit officials said bids un short-wave radios for one Manhattan subway line will be opened June 19. A planned 20 per cent increase in the 972 man subway police force will nut take effect until next fall. The men are training now. terrorized whites on four subway trains and a Staten Island ferryboat. Police disclosed that they are seeking a light - skinned Negro with a shaved head in the rape- murder of teacher Charlotte Lipsik, 38, whose body was found in the elevator o/ her apartment building on Saturday. Police distributed" an artist's sketch of a man they said raped a 19-year-iOld Negro girl half a mile "from Miss Lipsik's home shortly after .she was killed. The girl told police her assailant said: "1 don't want to give you what I just gave to the other one." Miss Lipsik lived three blocks from the headquarters of the Maccabee radio-car patrol in the enough men into the department and onto the street. The commissioner assured us he would do everything in his power io . . . . protect our area and all areas Crown Heights section of Brook-) of the city." lyn. It borders the Bedford -1 The Rabbi said the Maccabee Stuyvesant section, a Negro patrols would continue, neighborhood. •, Murphy said that he was put- The Crown Heights commu- • ting extra radio cars in Crown nily of ultra-orthodox Hasidic ' Heights and that a proportionate Jews set up the patrols to guard number of new policemen from against marauders they said this summer's graduating class often came from Bedford-Stuy- would be assigned to the area. vesant. , Civil rights leaders were vir- After a meeting with Police: tually unanimous in describing Commissioner Michael J. Mur-! the weekend outburst of violence phy, Rabbi Samuel Schrage,. who organized the patrols, said: "We learned of the police problem and difficulty in getting as indicating the frustration oi i a minority group unfairly denied proper education, housing > and employment. ALL LIQUOR RETAILERS IMPORTANT MEETING There ore lows for ond Dooms) you introduces in Baton Rouse PIZZA HOUSE TUESDAY, JUNE 2. ion 1:00 P.M. 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