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i ' i V * !«• » « I I v , . v » V . WED., JUNE 3, 1964, Lake Charles American Press' DEATHS MRS. M. CAVANAUGH LEESVILLE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary F. Cav- anaugb, 82, of Loesvillc, will be held at 3 p.m. today in Castor Baptist Church of Leesville. The Revs. Avon W, Cavanaugh, Aubrey Boswell, F. M. Belsha and George Werner will officiate. Burial will be in Castor cemetery in Leesville under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home. Mrs. Cavanaugh died Tuesday in Broyle's Clinic. Survivors are (wo sons, Ariel B. Cavanaugh of Leesvilie and the Rev. Avon W. Cavanaugh of Benton; six daughters, Mrs. Alice Burns of Zwolle, Mrs. Travis Cole of Lufkin, Tex., Mrs. Bill Chance of Elizabeth, Mrs. Aderine Killien of Pineville, Mrs. Albert J. Williams and Mrs. Ben Hicks of Leesville. Also, three sisters, Mrs. Y. C. Carlock of Leesville and Mrs. Arthur Stephens and Mrs. Lee Carlock, both of Slagle; two brothers, F. T. Smith of Leesville and Reese Smith of Pitkin; 36 grandchildren and 41 great-grandchildren. * * * REBECCA WILKERSON Funeral services for Rebecca Sue Wilkcrson, 14, of 1114 Ros- ctta St., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Highland Memory Gardens with Hixson Funeral Home in charge. Miss Wilkerson died of accidental gunshot wounds at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in a local hospital. She was a student of LaGrange Senior High School, a member of the First Presbyterian Church, the Order of Rainbow for Girls, the Lake Charles Youth Civic Symphony and Les Pianistes. Survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Wilkerson; one sister, Judith Wilkerson, all of Lake Charles; and grandparents, Mrs. Rov C. Wilkerson Sr. of Needeviile, Tex., TEACHER HONORED — Mrs. Roy Dugas, left, teacher at the recently completed adult education session at Iowa High School, shows io C. C. Couvillion, stale director of adult edu- Adults Graduate At Iowa School calion, one of the gifts presented to her by the class at graduation ceremonies Tuesday night. Looking on Is Mrs. Mamie Hughes Evans of Lake Charles, one of the graduates. IOWA (Spl.) - A graduating class of 26 received diplomas Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies for the Iowa High School adult education session held during the recently completed school year. Principal speaker ;it (he ceremonies held in the school gymnasium was C. C. Couvillion, state director of adult education. Also on the program was Henry Semple, Calcasieu Parish supervisor for adult education. and Mrs. Alta Thompson of Semple spoke on the adult edu- Pledger, Tex. cation program as set Up by the Calcasieu Parish School Board I and the Stale Department of Ed- j ucafion. : Vernon Keating, principal of i Iowa High School, presented dip- !lomas to the graduates. Receiving diplomas were: | Mrs. Betty Ardoin, Mrs. Eula j Babineaux Breaux, Mrs. Ronnie Martin Deshotel, Mrs. Fernella Chapman Dupre, Mrs. Madelyn Cummings Faulk, Morris Fusilier Jr., Berkman L. Fruge and Mrs. Billy Jean LeBleu, all from Iowa. Teenage Girl Fatally Shot By Rifle Blast A hunting rifle being dismantled for cleaning, discharged and killed a 14-year-old girl 'Leger, Mrs. Delores Trahan Leger, Wedney McCauley, Mrs. Brenda Myers Mott, Mrs. Alice Gauder Spears and Mrs. Lou Annette Mott, also all from Iowa. Also, Charles Strahan, Mrs. Frances Cummings Strahan, James H..Vincent, Mrs. Clanton Guillory West and Alvin Winfrey, all from Iowa. Mrs. Bessie Hebert LeDoux, Fenton; Mrs. Delia Buller Lee, Kinder; Also, Claude Joseph Landry and Mrs. Paula Suo Corbello Miller, Lacassine; and Mrs. Constance Merrifield, Marion; and Mrs, Mamie Hughes Evans, Lake Charles. Also, Marvin LeDoux, Mrs. Mildred Arsement Lee, Leroy I New City Mayor NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (API- been coincidence, g to w e 11- seekers durin first two days in office, Ma AreaSolons OK Probe At Angola BATON ROUGE (AP) - Five Southwest Louisiana legislators voted Tuesday for a resolution to set up a legislative committee to investigate the operations of the state penitentiary. ! The resolution was approved ! by the House on an 85-17 vote. Voting for the successful resolution were Reps. Harry Hoi- hns, Mike Hogan and A. J. (Tubby) Lyons, all of Calcasieu Parish, Robert McMillian of Beauregard Parish and Norman Ordoneaux of Jeff Davis Parish. Reps. Conway LcBleu of Cam•n Parish and T. J. Strother Allen Parish voted against here Tuesday night, according to the city police. The victim, Rebecca Sue Wilkerson of 1114 Rosetta St., was visiting a friend when the shoot- T- ^ ing occurred at about 6:30 p.m. I WO L/QVS OP JOD police said. j ' Chief of Detectives Edward GlVP Fnrnrlio Zailskas said the LaGrange VG ""dClie High School student was hit by a bullet from a British .303 rifle in the hands of Alex Reinhold Wischman,'20. Wischman, a German national residing with Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Proske at 1502 13th St., was attempting to remove , yor Jam - F ~'n "'"'"-;•' !""' i"' ni)en J'arisn voted against the clip from the gun when it bTtreatPrf hv fT 8 ?" ^ ad to i the resolution. Rep. Bert Adams discharged, Zailskas said. earache V ° Ct ° r f ° r an : of Vernon Parish was recorded Zailskas said the bullet went edldcne through a door, struck the girl in the left chest and then lodged in the living room wall. The girl was taken to Lake Charles Memorial Hospital by Wischman where she died an hour later, Zailskas said. Dr. Charles T. White, Calcasieu Parish coroner, said the shooting was apparently accidental. Zailskas said Wischman was being held pending completion of the investigation by the district attorney and the coroner's office. The girl was visiting 14-year-' old Cindy Proske when the; shooting occurred, Zailskas: said. Tyler Plans Speech Series In SW Areas JENNINGS (Spl) - Gary Tyler of Lake Charles, former newscaster and now candidate for U.S. Representative in the 7th congressional district in the July 25 Democratic primary, will begin Monday filling a series of six scheduled speaking engagements before civic clubs in the area. Supporters for Tyler announced that he will speak before the Jennings Lions club Monday at the Zigler Hotel. Plans were announced for Tyler to arrive in Jennings during midmorning for "grass-roots" handshaking and a campaign strategy meeting with key supporters in Jefferson Davis Parish. Other speaking engagements | announced for the congressional candidate are June 10, at the Cameron Lions club; June 11, at a joint meeting of the Jennings Business and Professional Women's club and the Jennings Optimist club; June 14, Jennings Rotary club; July 4th celebration in Lake Arthur; and July 15 at Jennings Kiwanis club. Tyler supporters will kick off "Dollars For Democracy," a dopr-to-door fund raising campaign, in the immediate future. Baltic to V Con as absent or not voting. Elderly Prisoner Asks Judge For Longer Sentence BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) "Thirty days," said Circuit Court Judge John J. Sullivan Jr. to Michael Gurn. 78, who had pleaded guilty to intoxication. "Just a minute, your honor," said Gurn. "I don't feel good and I can't walk, I'd like to ask for 60." The startled judge agreed to revise the sentence. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ABRANGED BV PHONE : Arrnwe yoiur teu> by phone. Pick up the c«*b at >wr wn- vepieac*. No co-td^aen. Same 4«ur tenrfc*. ; 3HM«I*> Plod »-Mon»> Plan Y«* Grf 4*0. f»Mi. You Gel. M». Port. TttS - » S.<» UH2I.W - M7-M . WM.U — UJ.M UtMM — H«U2 - »*.« tlMLtf - ftf-M LL CMr«e» DIAL FINANCE CO. 3YAW ST.! MOSCOW (AP) - ' ••••> Soviet Union has complete ' i 224-mile canal from the Ba)' • S;>a to the Volga River. The Suviet news agency Tass said it will take over at least 15 million tons of cargo a year from overburdened railroads. Number of Recommendations Slated on Southeast Asia WASHINGTON (AP)—Secre-> line with Johnson's statement tary action might be tary of State Dean Rusk and i Tuesday that he was not per- against Communist North Viet Secretary of Defense Robert S. sonally aware of any plans. N Bm if it and Red China con- McNamara returned today from Aides traveling with Rusk and "" " J" intJ rohpllinnq ln c ou f h a Honolulu conference with "a MnNamar* e *i! m ,, n t, n ( th. tlnue backing rebellions in boutn number of recommendations" for President Johnson on new action to strengthen Southeast „. _„, III8IItf naa „,„ Asia against Communist pres- i cerned with Ways of strengthen sures - ing the anti-Communist war Landing at Andrews Air " Force Base, Rusk told newsmen "We brought back a number of recommendations, as we McNamara said much of the " " ° . ' n , ,. planning in the two-day Hono- Viet Nam and Laos. But they lulu strategy conference, which said Rusk and McNamara so far ended Tuesday night, was con- have not proposed plans "to en- „ _ J ill. i . * . i . -i i _ ._ 1 n*.v* A ili A «.<i n ir\ ll^rt «rtt*f n in usually Ings." do from these meet- He said "the commitment of the American nation, its people and its government," to protect Southeast Asia against Red aggression "is well-known." Then he added: "The prob- blem is to make sure the other side fully understands that we mean what we say." Rusk and McNamara were scheduled to see Johnson late in the day after the President's return from a speaking trip to ! New England. j McNamara was asked wheth- i cr there are any plans [or ex- jpanding the Vietnamese wnr into North Viet Nam. He declared that "no plans have been recommended to the President for approval and none has been approved." This stopped short of denying that plans have been made by military experts, but it was in effort in South Viet Nam and supporting m6re effectively the government of Premier Nguyen Khanh. Officials returning with the two Cabinet officers declined to say exactly what steps would be proposed to Johnson for achieving the purpose Rusk stated of making Communist North Viet Nam, Red China and the Soviet Union aware of U.S. determination not to let Southeast Asia fall to Red conquest. NcNamara flew from Washington to Hawaii last Sunday. Rusk went there from India where he served last week as President Johnson's special representative at funeral services for Indian Prime Minister Nehru. He said his time in India had been a "sad but deeply moving experience." He expressed admiration for the manner in which the new Indian leadership had acted to fill the gap created by Nehru's death. U.S. officials indicated Tuesday night in Honolulu that mill- Salinger Captures Senate Nomination SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -1 Let me say it appears, because »; ri_i» 1_ _ • i . » ,. . * * ' Pierre Salinger, hoping to move from the White House to Capitol Hill on California votes, today captured a sharply contested Democratic senatorial nomination. The former press secretary for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson was promised a united election returns still are coming in throughout the state." He reported that President Johnson and Mrs. Kennedy had called him in Los Angeles with their good wishes for his apparent victory over State Controller Alan Cranston, Associated Press returns from _ * " -* iioouwutcu J i CD J JUl/UllJO 11 IJllJ Democratic support in Novem- 24,183 of 32,861 precincts gave ber by the man he edged out, Salinger 611,772, Cranston 563,State Controller Alan Cranston, "~ and state party leaders. They will aim to smash the 558. A short while before, Gov. Edmund G, Brown—who endorsed political aspirations_ of former j Cranston — commented, "The people now appear to have told us they prefer Salinger." Cranston remarked, although not conceding, "If Salinger is the winner, as it appears, I will be supporting him." Cronsfon, Salinger and Brown i all predicted the party would close ranks to defeat Republican winner George Murphy, the former actor, in November. The portly 39-year-old Salinger, whose campaigning on the image of the late President Kennedy apparently paid off, said he'd be out at 5 a.m. today launching his general election campaign. Cranston had taken an early lead, but Salinger quickly caught up, The NBC and CBS television networks gave him the nomination about 9 p.m. Tuesday. Murphy, 61, beat out San Francisco financier Leland Kaiser and former Kansas Gov. Fred Hall, actor George Murphy, the Republican winner. Salinger, who bounced into the race on the last possible day and couldn't even vote for himself, because he's not registered in California, rode to victory on ballots from populous Los Angeles County. The latest returns from 30,199 of 32,861 precincts gave Salinger 1,067,312, Cranston 952,230. Earlier, Sallinger was buoyed by telephoned best wishes from President Johnson and Mrs. John F. Kennedy. That led him to cautiously claim victory before the belated Los Angeles County results finally started rolling in. Arriving in San Francisco from Los Angeles after midnight, the former White House press secretary told a crowd of 700 admirers at a Nob Hill hotel: "Let me say that it appears as if we have won the election. taken be done;'in the trouble area are up to Johnson. Johnson was represented as being determined to do whatever is necessary to secure "the large the war to the north' 1 future of Southeast Asia as „ whole"—a phrase he used at his news conference Tuesday. 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This suggested that As the Honolulu scsswri end-, what he is looking ior at th ed, newsmen there were told no s(age jg some use * f vs ™ change was planned in he role [n the area to demonstrate ti o U.S. forces in South Viet, lhe Communistg that he ^ Nam-a role which has been de-, {crmined t m t chal ; pnaee scribed as advisory and train-; „ nt , d J J£Jge ing rather than front-line com-. non ^ ommunist regions ™ Dat< j the same time to stabilize peace Actual decisions on what is to! in Southeast Asia. Tactics Shifted In ftiqhts Battle WASHINGTON (AP) - Both sides shifted tactics today in the Senate's civil rights debate. measure's backer? took up the speaking chores. sen. Assistant Democratic Leader Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, the bill's floor manager. Southerners sUod by. saying t° lc) newsmen he would lead off they were ready to vote on witn a speech explaining the some amendments, while the substitute in detail today. Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois, chief au- Dixie senators called this a! th ° r °. f /he revised bill, had "counter-filibuster." But Senate P™V° do * u but was ill leaders said the change of heart! £ lth a he u Vy ™° Id ?& deferred came too late, that all of their ! h!S speech. Mansfield co-spon- plans now were centered on thej soml the revisions with Dirk- cloture vote set for next Tuesday. If the bill's supporters muster j the necessary two-thirds vote | for cloture, all further debate will be limited tightly and leaders are confident the till then can be passed by the third week in June. "I have confidence in the action that the Senat will take," President Johnson told a news conference Tuesday. "I believe it will pass a good bill.' The Southerners, who have prevented voting on the bill except on two of the 69 diys of debate so far, decided on, their change of strategy at a ciucus Tuesday. But when theif leader, Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga. announced this on the floor, democratic Leader Mike Manifield of Montana said he saw no possibility of arranging votes this week now. Mansfield said that the bill's sponsors would need considerable time to explain the reviled version which Senate leacfcrs expect to win the votes needid for cloture. Local Student Receives Degree In San Antonio SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (Spl.)- Libby Huber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Huber of 1516 Ford St., Lake Charles, received a bachelor of arts degree in commencement exercises at Our Lady of thJs Lake College. The degree was conferred by Archbishop Robert B. Lucy of the San Antonio Archdiocese at in the campus auditorium, May 31 Complete Call HE 3-8045 FOR FREE EST1M \TF.S RAY CARNEY • Home Improvement* | 'DOWNTOWN U(E CHARLES FULLY LINEPI COTTON SHiU TOWN 'N TRAVil SfeATH Sizes 10-20 1498 J^^ttXtJ shcaUi vi^ the look ... Soft shell fcutt, to tie World', Pai, cr garaet red, or teal blue,

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