Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 4, 1964 · Page 12
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12 THURS '' JUNE 4, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Jamboree to Attract Radio Fans to Lake Charles DISPLAY PRIZES — Shown with iwo Citizen Band radios io ba given away by the local Contraband Citizen's Band Radio club during the CB jamboree this weekend are members, left io right, Oday Boudreaux, secretary-treasurer, Samson Guidry, vice president, and R. M. Blomquist, president. The Contraband Citizens Band Radio club will hold a CB Jamboree in Lake Charles this weekend with approximately 2,500 "f'Ber's" expected to he in attendance, according to R. M. Blomquist, president of Hie local club. The jamboree, which will begin Friday and end Sunday, will bring Citizen's Band radio operators and their families from several other states, Blomquist said. Person s attending the jam- Traffic Violators Are Offered Help LONG BEACH, N.Y. (AP)-A college teacher is offering—for a $3 fee—to go to court and pay traffic fines for violators unwilling to take Ihe time to do it themselves. Guy Corriero, 28, an art instructor at the Long Island Agricultural and Technical Institute, says he lias placed about 3,500 cards advertising his services on automobile windshields in Nassau County in the past month. boree will also be able to attend ( (lie Contraband Days celebra-1 lion, which is being held this 1 weekend. j i Monitoring stations will be set tip on the east side and west side of town for incoming "CBer's" and a base station will be set up at the Association of Commerce, monitoring Channel 9, Blomquist said. Registration will also be held at each of these points. Prizes will be awarded Sunday. Among prizes to be given away are two Citizens Band radio equipment. The public is invited to attend the jamboree activities, which include an "Eye-Ball Q-So" at the National Guard Armory Friday night, A Saturday night dance at the armory, and a barbecue at the Cities Service Park Sunday. Tickets may be obtained at registration stations or by contacting O'Day Boudreaux, chairman for the jamboree, at JA 77673, or Sam Guidry at GR 10261. The ticket will cover admission to all of the events during the three-day jamboree. Pioneer Evolution Teacher Has Died OBERLIN, Ohio (AP)-Frederick 0. Graver, 96, professor emeritus of botany at Oberlin College who is credited with being the first American college instructor to teach Darwin's theory of evolution, died Wednesday. Johnson Silent On Asia Moves \ DON'T miss out on value. Rood and economical Want Ads. A cow is said to be the first astronaut with her historic "over the moon" jump. H.B. HEWETT O.D. Vision Specialist •CONTACT tenses ^CHILDREN'S VISION, AN INTEGRAL PART OP OUR PRACTICE NEW OFFICE LOCATION 3215 ENTERPRISE BLVD. Phone 436-3669 READING DEVELOPMENT CENTER To Facilitate Learning- SARAH HEWETT DIRECTOR Now Taking: Students For June 15th Class 3215 ENTERPRISE BLVD. I'honc 436-3660 WASHINGTON lAP) -- Fres- iden! .Johnson kept tight secrecy \vraps today on what—if any- new moves he is planning to make to r-tep up the fight against Communist forces in Southeast Asia. A White House statement issued Wednesday night gave sonic indication, however, that Johnson and his advisers have decided to soft-nedal talk of drastic action such as enlarging the war in Viet. Nam, at least for the time being. Johnson received a report from Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara on the results of two days of intensive policy review which they conducted at a conferene in Hawaii earlier this week. Several days ago officials had indicated that the conference would very likely result in presidential decisions to deal with what then appeared to be a serious crisis in Southeast Asia due to Communist advances primarily in Laos. _When Wednesday night's meeting ended, George Reedy, presidential press secnMary" issued this statement. "The secretaries met with the ' President about an hour. They reviewed the situation in Southeast Asia in light of the consul- \ Red Chief Sets Conditions For Peace in Laos TOKYO (API - Red Prince Rouphanouvonq insisted again today that he. will agree to peace talks only if Premier Sou- vanna Phouma throws out leaders of the rightist coup of April 19 and restores the Communist Pathet Lao to its former role in the Laotian coalition government. The New China News Agency said the Pathet Lao leader listed these conditions for talks with the neutralist premier: Repeal of the order assigning other officials to cabinet posts formerly held by Pathet Lao ministers and dissident neutralist ministers. Dissolution of the revolutionary committee which staged the ri2htwing military coup April 19, Severe punishment of the coup leaders. Restoration of the situation to the status quo before the coup. Srjuvanna agreed Wednesday ,' to Souphanouvorig'.s request lha! he arrange for the departure of the last two remaining Pathet ; Lao government officials and: their 100-man bodyguard from' Vientiane. Souvanna notified Souphanou- vong. who is his half-brother, > that he would ask the Interna-! tional Control Commission to • arrange to fly the Pathel Lao parly to Hanoi, capita! of Com-1 rnunist North Viet Nam, "in the : shortest possible time." Gen. Kong Le, commander of Souvanna's neutralist army, conferred in Vientiane today with the chief of staff of the rjghtwing army, Gen. Oua/ie Katlikone. ; tations in Hawaii which were held to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our program." There was no hint of enlarging the war to include military action against. Communist North Viet Nam or of putting U.S. mil's itary forces into Thailand or as: signing reinforcements to the ! Southeast Asian area generally. I Reedy declined to answer any I questions, explaining to report| ers, "This is all I have to say ! about it." | The emphasis in the statement on improving "the efficiency ( and effectiveness" of going pro| grams contrasted sharply with I a speech made here two weeks ! ago by Rusk in which he warned j that, if the Communists persist- j ed in aggression in South Viet ; Nam the war against them I might be expanded. j This strengthened speculation i in official quarters that carry- 1 ing the fight to North Viet Nam, perhaps by aerial bombings, was under consideration. But informants said the administration was reluctant to expand the war unless it proved absolutely necessarv. 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