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slimes.*-SALW so* P.O. BOX SO** 4024 COLE DALLAS, TEXAS COMP leased Wire Service of Associated Press Lake Charles American Press PARTLY CLOUDY Cleat lo partly cloudy and warm through Friday with vari able winds 845 m.p.hi Low &V night, 68; High Friday 88. Lake: Very High ftacteria cowrf STATE EDITION 5 CENTS LAKE CHARLES, LA,, THURSDAY, JtlME 4, 1964 38 PAGES NUMBER 25,721 Twin Hearings Set for Ethics Bill JUDGES CHOSEN ageant Wi op Carniva Will ing for carnr traba Hi Story Page 3) /weather in the off- 'lans were rushed i-day sports water Vnown as Con- the throe-day p.m. with 12 beauties from Cal-1 casieu Parish competing for the ' title against a nautical back-1 ground. ( A panel of prominent visitors j will judge the contestants on I charm, beauty fact, figure and personality and the winner will .spectacle will be the crowning be crowned by State Rep. Haraf Miss Contraband Saturday i ry Rollins, president of Contra- night. band The beauty pageant will be', Th e pageant is sponsored by staged on the north beach of the Lake Charles Jaycees ami Lake Charles beginning at 7 Jaynes and George Sniff of - - the Jaycees will act as master I of ceremonies during the contest. The spectacular fire works displays will be featured Friday and Saturday night. The event will be staged from the west bank of the lake so that it can be seen from all vantage points. Events in the three-day celebration will actually begin at 10 a.m. Friday w hen a new wharf is dedicated at the Port of Lake Charles. At noon, following the dedication, visitors may begin touring the U. S. Navy Destroyer Crow which will be tied up at the port. The Sowela Ski Club will present two performances with the first scheduled at 8 p.m. Friday. The second show is slated for 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Special costumes and lighting j will be a feature of the ski show in which 10 members of the club jwill participate. I The whine of racing engines j will be heard on the lake Saturday and Sunday as boat racers from four slates vie for more j than $1,000 in prize money. ! Races Saturday will begin at i 1 p.m. and the Sunday run-for' cash is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. j Prior to the races on Sun- 1 day, a boat parade will be held by the Lake Charles Power Squadron. Over 200 boats are expected to be in the parade and Miss Contraband will reign over the parade. Fifty Boy Scouts have volun- leered to keep the beach area clean and patrols will be held on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Troops assisting in the cleanup are Troops 9, 7, and 107. Action Follows 'Open Forum' BATON ROUGE (AP) - Twin hearings on Gov. John McKcithen's proposed code of ethics lay ahead today for lawmakers in the wake of an open forum on the legislation. Senators and representatives tossed in some criticism Wednesday as Carlos Spaht, McKcithen's executive counsel and Rep. Joe PORT OF SMILES — Lake Charles' $1.6-million wharf and transit shed, to be dedicated in ceremonies, won broad smiles from two top stevedore executives this week, when they plotted location of giant cranes for use at the new port facility. FOR WHARF DEDICATION Monty Hall, left, of Lake City Stevedores, and Horace R. Austin, Lake Charles Stevedores, will be among the many to attend the ceremonies starting at 10 a.m., Friday. The public is invited. MRS. HELEN RANKIN Announces Candidacy Mrs. Rankin is Candidate For Ward 3 Post Mrs. Helen Stevens Rankin today announces her candidacy for a post on the Calcasieu Parish School Board from Ward 3. Six posts will be filled on the board with the Democratic primary planned for July 25. Two of those posts will be from Ward 3. A native of Fields, Mrs. Rankin is a retired school teacher. She taught ;»t LaGrange High School, 1931-35 and 1941-43; Marion Elementary School, 194350; Rosteet Elementary School, 1950-51; and Marion Elementary, 1951-63. Mrs. RaiiKin is a life member of the National Education Association and a member of the Louisiana Teachers A s s o c i a- tion and the Marion Elementary Parent-Teacher Association. She is a graduate of St. Charles Academy, Northwestern State College and Louisiana State University. She received , , ., , ,..,., , a bachelor of arts degree at I b , er of the board of directors of Northwestern and a master of! L he Allcn state Ban)j ' wil1 be education degree at LSU ! held at 10:3 ° a - m - Frida y at st - - - - Joseph Catholic Church of Thompson Named Speaker (See Section Page 29-38) on April 2, 192G, will welcome , Pat H. Chaflin, president of f^ 11* /I t- the visitors to the port. the board of port commission- shipping world will be on the Port of Lake Charles Friday morning when officials of federal, state, paris hand city governments dedicale the $1,600,000 wharf and transit shed at 10 j Rev - T - v - Owens, pastor of ers, and Groh will make brief , Boulevard Baptist Church, talks during the program which will give the invocation and | will be highlighted by an in- Rev. Theo Hassink, pastor of ! troduction of about 25 special St. Raphael's Catholic Church, j platform guests. Iowa, will give the benediction, ' The completion of the new L. R. Navarre, 53, of Oberlin Dies; Rites Set OBERLIN (Spl.) - Funeral services for Le Roy Navarre, 53, Oberlin businessman and mem- a.m., John H. Groh, port direc-! tor, announced today. An invitation has been extended to the public to attend the ceremonies which will take place of the concrete surface of the 577-foot wharf near the 220 by 100-foot transit shed. U. S. Rep. T. A. Thompson of Ville Platte will deliver the dedicatory address, Groh said, Voris King, president of the Association of Commerce, will serve as master of ceremonies. King, who is also president of Kelly-Weber, the firm that brought the first shipload of cargo to the port 38 years ago Groh said. facilities, which have already Riots Staged By Korean Students SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — . gas, but they squatted in front Students staged antigovernment j of the provincial government demonstrations in four Korean j building and shouted for Park's provincial cities today and Pres- resignation and the lifting of ident Chung Hee Park's Cabinet j martial law in Seoul. Many students and policemen were reported injured. been placed in juse by transoceanic ships, stands alongside the expanding work now going on at its sister-shed, which is growing along the Contraband Bayou frontage. The new wharf and shed represents the work of P. Miller and Sons of Lake Charles and was completed several weeks ago, except for finishing touches. Now the dual job stands finished and awaits dedication. Cooper, DcSoto, gave their appraisals of the code of ethics for state workers and elected officials. Sen. E. W. Edwards, Crowley, told the open forum on the code of ethics bill the worst thing about it was that it would destroy the right of court appeal for accused violators. He said he favored the legislation but felt he should warn backers what lo expect when it hits the Senate. He said he was "a sort qf devil's advocate." He pointed out what he called weaknesses in the legislation. Cooper called the code something unique that other states will want to follow, and said public opinion demands nothing less than the administration proposal. The Senate Judiciary C Committee plans to hold a formal hearing on the code of ethics bill at 2 p.m. Monday, unless the legislature quits until Monday night. In that case, Chairman Adcock said the hearing may be held instead at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Rep. Edward LeBreton, New Orleans, who served as chairman during the forum on the code, said he would ask the House Judiciary B Committee to set a special hear.ing on the code of ethics bill Tuesday, McKeithen's industrial inducement program took one step closer toward the law books. A House committee unanimously approved the Senate-passed bill. Mrs. Rankin's husband, the late C. L. Rankin, was a geologist for Humble Oil Co. Mrs. Rankin lives at 2131 Fitzen- reiler Road. The candidate has served as a 4-H club leader, den mother Rayne. Burial will be in Pilgrim Memorial Cemetery in Rayne. Mr. Navarre died at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday in an Oakdaie clinic following a heart attack. — -- —-—•-» »w»*w* j %*^.4J J 4iVf kill. I , MI I J • for Cub Scouts, and president ,. lh . e j»dy was to remain at of the Purple Jacket club an honor club at Northwestern. She helped organize a Blue Bird group at Marion Elementary School. the Ardoin Funeral Home until 5 pjn. today, when it was to be taken to the Gossen Funeral Home in Rayne. Mr. Navarre was owner of south of Seoul, Police tried to scatter the students with tear Bluff Bridge Is Given Priority Kremlin May Sever Ties With Chinese threatened to place the entire! country under martial law. More than 6,000 students overran police lines in a rock-throw- j b ^^ in Jnch Pusan and ^.^"^riS^^^IChunchon. More than 2,000 high school and college Direct Dialing Scheduled For Oakdaie Area 20 Candidates Seek Seat On School Board ; Twenty candidates for seats ! in four wards had filed for Cal- jcasieu Parish School Board posts j before Wednesday's 5 p.m. I deadline, William R. Tete, chair• man of the parish Democratic ! executive committee said today, i The Democratic primary j election will be held July 25, ; along with the congressional pri- WILLIAM J. ROBINSON Ward 3 Candidate Robinson To Seek Post On School Board . William J. Robinson, a native of Louisiana and a resident of Calcasieu Parish for 19 years, has formerly announced his candidacy for Ward 3 member of the Calcasieu Parish School Board. Born in Jonesboro, he was educated in the Jackson Parish public school system. He is a veteran of World War II, having served with the U. S. Army in the European Theater. j Robinson is a graduate of Me- Neese State College, where lie received both a B. A. and master's degree in education. He is certified by the Slate Board of Education to teach in the public school system. He is a member of the Louisiana Mental Health Association and chairman of the adult membership committee of the Kayouche District Campfire Girls. OAKDALE Less violent demonstrations j telephone subscribers will enjoy direct long distance dialing upon completion of the dial system installation by mid-1965 according to Southern Bell Tele- were involved. phone authorities. The dial equipment building will be one-story and will be Heavy Iroop reinforcements | kept Seoul quiet, enforcing mar BATpN ROUGE (Spl. (-Highway director A. L. Stewart Wednesday pledged top priority for the construction of the Moss Bluff bridge over the Calcasieu | River and the English Bayou j Bridge to a delegation from Cal- : casieu Parish at his office in '< Baton Rouge. ; Stewart told the delegation that all plans and specifications for the two bridges, approaches and access roads are now under way and the department's chief I tial law proclaimed by Park in I the capital after 30,000 students ; and adults rioted Wednesday. ; More than 600 police and demonstrators were injured and 91 persons were arrested. MOSCOW (AP) After an emergency Cabinet meeting today, a Cabinet The Soviet spokesman said martial law v ituvi* , • '•• -- nwv cuiu iu\* uu^/ai bitiwiib a vuivi She was formerly district di-! the Meloa >' Drive-In Tneater and j design engineer, J.B. Carter, rector for the Louisiana Gar- ! ? art ?, WJIcr of an Ooerll n bowl-1 has assured him that all of the den Club Federation and served '< m % a ^ j P lans will be completed as a state judge at flower i survivors include his wife of | six months, shows She was Cooley city rec- ! Ooerlin . Jlls niother, Mrs. Emiie reation playground director for j **varre of Welsh; one Communist newspaper Pravda indicated today that the Kremlin may be tliinking of formally severing ties between the Communist parties of the Soviet Union and China. "The threat of a split is a reality which the world Communist movement must reckon would be extended to the rest of the country if the demonstrations continued. Dust-covered trucks moved troops into the capital during the night. Troops with fixed bayonets patrolled major streets. Gen. Min Ki-sliik, chief of 4, and one each in Ward I and ; 7. Nine candidates are seeking the two Ward 3 seats and! seven are seeking the Ward 4 j Robinson is an employe of the Cities Service Oil Co., and is married to the former Earline Morgan of Crowley. they have two children, Pamela, 16, and Michael, 14. constructed wifi brick and con- One present Ward 3 office holder, Dr. Elwyn Cavin, did crete at a cost of $84,400. The not seek election. The other in- over-all cost of the building plus equipment and land will reach $800,000. Low bidder for the building construction was Perril- lianl Rickey Construction Co. of New Orleans. cumbent, whose term expires, Dr. Robert Morris, is seeking election. John L. Breaux, Vinton, Ward 7 member, filed for reelection Possible Storm Center in Gulf Being Watched MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - The and had no opposition, making j Weather ' Bureau ordered its According to authorities, six : him an automatic nominee for weather research plane to probe months will be required to con-i the eeneral election. !a tmnipal ri«nro«mn win ™M O C !a tropical depression 600 miles struct the building and another . Ward , incumbent Claudius i southwest of Miami todav for six months are necessary to in- , A! * i u e{ J u iP me4nt \ ... sy New telephone directories will i f;i A H tn r ,. n be issued Jo suhsrrihprs nrinr l " e ° ub " P lor Mayo Wed for reelection Wednesday afternoon. Two have *ha M^CC the Moss possible intensification into four summers. House Speaker Joins in Asking Barry to Speak ter, Mrs. Delores Benoit of Oak,dale; three brothers, Henry I and Romain Navarre, both of ; Rayne, and Mayo Navarre of Welsh; and oi\p sister, Mrs. Hazel Slutes of Jennings. Honorary pallbearers will be j in Southwest Louisiana. : members of the AUjm State . The highway director said, "Since this is a federal aid project, the Bureau of Public roads must give its approval before the contract is let." He told the delegation that the with," said an article in the staff of South Korea's 600-WW-j for the dial to the switch-over from the present flash type system here and the new members assigned will be seven digits. There will be no rate increase party newspaper. "Marxist-Leninists do not want a split, but unity cannot be attained through concessions on matters of principle, nor does **W VVASt V44V \*V**>feV»*-*V14 VlAVtV W*V I ., , . ^ ,. .. construction of the Moss Bluff j Jt Ycorae bv ltself bridge will receive top priority i „ ". was one of Soviet statements Jae strongest yet on the man army, took personal command of the city under the military decree. The outburst in Seoul Wednesday was by far the most serious j challenge to Park's regime. At first, the sludents demand- tropical storm or hurricane. . The Weather Bureau said in member. They are Janes j an advisory Wednesday that K. Jones and Fred Jackson, "conditions are considered Two Ward 4 members are i slightly favorable tor some slow seeking reelection and both 1 itensification." but that the trup- filed. They are Mrs. W. A. K. ical depression was not likdv Scale, Sulphur, and James Da- to develop into a storm until vis. West Lake. ; noon today, if at all. .___, o ,_ . They will be opposed by Thorn-; The weather disturbance with 22,861 and 884 long distance calls as J- Fletcher, William L.; winds measured up tu 25 miles were made daily by Oakdaie Perkins, Tom Clement, Pat Don-1 an hour, was moving toward the c.uKpftt.iKA».0 * - • r\vun an/1 Waltai* C Dtninn nrtrthf*^<f Mf lhrp*» mil*'.: un said. Local calls during the day for the month of May averaged subscribers. The installation of dial tele- : ovan and Walter S. Pinion. northeast at three miles The field of Ward 3 caiidi- hour. It was last located oft i phones for the 2.675 subscribers dates, in addition to the incum- Mexico's Yuoatap Peninsula „, Attending the meeting w i t h i Moscow-Peking feud. But West- ed cancellation of talks with Ko. PA . Bank board of directors They the delegation was State Sen. i ern diplomats in Moscow do not' rea's ancient enemy, Japan, i; i n i (A Y a ° use ! an? Oberlin Mayor Wheeler Fu- i Je «se Knowles, representing the believe a break in party rela- 1 aimed at restoring diplomatic van JJelony, bast Car-; se ]j er- Charles Dcrouen, How- 14t h Senatorial District. Uons would mean a break in re- and commercial relations. But The committee representing i lations between the Soviet and : in the past month the protests the Calcasieu Parish Police \ Chinese governments. The diplo- have ipjiadened to complaints change-over. n ow- roJJ Parish, joined two Caddoiyrd Hush, Homer McLeod Jue Jarislj Republicans Wednesday is. Mowad, Paul Janlz Jesse' 111 m,Mil mi II C Cr,., U r«,.lJ :,. . . ' . _ utu11 *. Jtaal, will be gradual during I h e bent, Dr. Morris, is composed The 196-1 hurrii-ane season oi- of Dr. Leonard Knapp. Mrs. liciaUy started Monday. If the Helen Stevens Rankin, Mrs. Jo- depression under observation de- st-ph E. Carnahan. William J. velops winds of 3H miles; an hour Robinson, L. G. McLaren and or more, it will curry the name in mvitijjg U.S. Seii. Barry Gold- '< water to speak to the Louisiana' Legislature. Boyd Jr. and Alfred R. der. Experienced AUTO MECHANICS NEEDED Apply in J'v.r.ioii I'ACJLK CHEVROLET 192* E. JOHN F. KENNEDY UP. Memorial Album And Kennedy Hglf-Oollar Both For OuJy $1.98 T*o mconinoful inemarabllia lo keep ond cherish. I'A LOWELL'S UKCOKD Al RV- i Jury attending the meeting in eluded: J. W. Rosteei, president, Wil- imer Roberts, Charles Elliott, I Roe Spencer, Gene Wittier and Dist. Atty. Frank Sailer. Other citizens also attending from Calcasieu iudmJsrf: B. Lewis Dickerson, R o y\ e S. Reeves, Qdis E. Greene and Curtis K. Richard mats believe the Soviets want to keep some lines of communication open. PO8T8A1T SPECL4L Open Friday and Saturday only Your cftpicf — up ogt limit 1— M oi\l* S9c; !-,|*10 only 40c )—iuu only «»c; 1—16*20 only »9c ALL-STATES STUDIOS 11 A.M. Mil « PM«*>'.• Rvon HKt-tttt of police rule, dictatorship, official corruption, inflation and unemployment. BRAD DAIGLE Offers Summer JusUuiueut Group or Private Call Gil 7-5763 Iw details COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN JuintJi, FerreH Nauutn & John El ion Ooucci ie oil their triends to conic 3000 Kirkmaii ocrgss tram Daniel's Bakery REST HAVEN NURSING CENTER Evpm«u:eU and reliable in care for lhe aged. Call 477-6371 Queuiin J. Traliaii. Filijig before the deadline SVeduesday for the Ward 3 post were, Dr. Andrew Rauier aud Harold Graff. tropical storui A bby Deany Is Back! 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