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f Leased Wire /' Service of / Associated Press P.O. BOX 8066 4924 COLE AVE, TEXAS Lake Charles American PARTLY CLOUD? Partly cloudy and warm through Thursday with scattered afternoon t.hundershowers. Southerly wirtdg 8-18 m.p.h. Low tonight 77. Mtgh Thursday 90. Lake: Heavy Bacteria fount STATE EDITION SCENTS LAKE CHARLES, LA,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. 1964 32 PAGES NUMBES 21,727 Cloture Vote Shatters Tradition Florien, Oakdale Ceremonies Will Break Ground for Plants OAKDALE (Spl.) - Residents of West-Central Louisiana who rolled up their sleeves and worked to get two $3 million plywood plants for their region will hold ground-breaking ceremonies at the mill sites Saturday, at 10:30 a.m. in Florien and 3:30 p.m. in Oakdale. This announcement was made by C. B. Byrd, Jr., executive vice president of (he A. J. Hodges Forest Produces Co. of Many, and Bruce Fulton, vice president, Vancouver Plywood Co., Vancouver, Wash., coordinators in the area-wide effort. The plants Will be constructed by the Vancouver Plywood Co. of Louisiana, and are the first plywood mills to be built in Louisiana u t i 1 i zing Southern pine. Rotary Group Seats Officers In Leesville FT. POLK (Spl.) -The Leesville Rotary club will install officers at its regular weekly Instrumental in working out the long-range financing and ultimate construction were members of the Sabine and Allen Parish Area Redevelopment Administration, with the House Passes Lyons' Port, Harbor Bill BATON ROUGE (AP) - The House has passed a bill by Rep. A. J. Lyons, Calcasieu, which creates a West Calcasieu- Cameron port, harbor and terminal district. The bill swept through t h e House Tuesday in a 95-5 vole. It goes to the Senate. Lyons amended his bill when he said he found out six sections in the northeast corner of the district were scheduled for an industrial site. The district would have power to expropriate, issue bonds and levy taxes with the vote of the people. help of U.S. Reps. Gillis Long | Frost Snycler, president, and A. and T. A. Thompson. Total cost of the plants will be $6.2 million. The ARA which was formed in 1961 to provide technical and financial assistance to rural areas where the economic level has been low over a period of years, extended a loan of 50 per cent of the. construction costs, with the balance provided by local development organizations and private enterprise. The breakthrough in the technology of using Southern pine in the manufacture of plywood ! is an economic breakthrough to utilization of West-Central Louisiana's major raw product —Southern pine. The new plants are a joint venture of the Vancouver Plywood Co., Inc., headed by DeRidder High School Rodeo Group Formed DERIDDER (Spl.) - Arti- j J. Hodges Forest Products Co., 'inc., headed by A. J. Hodges, president, Many. Vancouver will provide the manufacturing know-how, and Hodges, a source of basic raw materials. . " - ./ ivuiia i uiiaii, ^ucauuilCU UVUIlo meeting, June 25, but the in-} whether the district would be coming president will hold of-; able to expropriate a privately- fice for only two weeks. '• owned wharf. Lyons said the district ' uld have the Same Rep. Salvador Anzelmo, Or-! DERIDDER (Spl.) - Arti- ans Parish, questioned Lyons ™?, of incorporation of the De- Staff Sgt. David C. Harshaw, i aistnct . w° uld have the same who has been at Ft. Polk since j e *R«>P"aUonp o wers a September, 19G1, will be leaving ° tl 1, r harbor dlslrict m the early in July for Army duty in ' aie ' Germany ' ne district would include Ward 4 in Calcasieu 1 He is president - elect and Ward 6 in Cameron, served this past year as vice-: i. vnnc sa jd J lie UI3U111 NV U U 1 U lill,lUUe j |'"»"i'«Jii io i Ward 4 in Calcasieu Parish andj capital stock. Ridder High School Rodeo Association have been filed with Robert B. Nichols, clerk of court for Beauregard Parish. Registered agents are 0. M, Granger and Richard E. Doombos, both of DeRidder. The corporation is organized without Street Paving Law Explained In DeRidder DERIDDER (Spl.)-A public hearing was held by the De- Ridder City Council at its regular meeting Monday to explain an ordinance on paving assessments for property owners. Lonnie Bewley of Judell, Foley and Judell bonding attorneys of New Orleans, told how the , paving assessments would work land how the property owners ! could make payments. In other business the council changed the zoning of property owned by Dr. E. R. Brown from "A" residential to "B" business. This property is located on the northwest comer of Sixth and Pine Streets and was rezoned for the purpose of constructing a coffee shop. City Manager Bill Ritch was instructed by the council to obtain bids on the council's official journal for the new year. The slate of officers to he . of industrial expansion." --.u-u,.,*., v .» *»«^wwi o kJV.1 T 11 If^ «l U . .- .. -.-.- ------ wouldjO M. Granger, five years; help the area 'do a better job j Richard Doornbos, four years; Senate Action Limits Debate On Rights Bi WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate voted today, in n history-shattering move, to choke of!' the 75-clny old Southern filibuster against the civil rights bill. Each senator's time to debate the bifl and all amendments will now be limited to one hour. This appears to assure Senate passage of the lar-reuching bill, possibly before the end of next week. The Mouse passed the bill on Feb. 10 by a vole of 29()-l.'JO. The Sonata lias been battling over it since March 9, with Southern op- 'ponenls mounting a record-breaking f i 1 i'b u s I e r against it. The Senate's public galleries were packed as the crucial vote on clolure was taken. Tight security was maintained around One Killed In Auto Collision Near Leesville the Capitol as additional persons pressed for a chance to net in. i The vote followed an all-night LEESVILLE (Spl.) — A Jas- j session of the Senate at which per, Tex., woman was killed ' Scn - Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., and her sister . passenger in j g^ J* Jg$ * the same vehicle, was critically , urging his colleagues not to shut injured at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday In 1 off the debate. a two-car collision at the inter- The vole to apply the Sen- section of Louisiana 8 28 and' 3 * 0 ' 8 cle!:m te - limiting cloture m ai- ,»„. mte « onS^A^jJ'V^ llcie - quired two-thirds majority. Dead is Mrs. Nancy B. Fon- B J'«1 began his speech at 7:38 villo, 71. Injured was Mrs. Min- P- m 3 ;. nie McCloud of Reeves. continued until 9:52 Present directors serving are Homer Coltharp, city attorney. installed includes Peter J. Sliman, vice president; Don Ledeaux, secretary-treasurer; Archie Quinn and C. J. Woods, board members with Maurice Stucker, retiring president. passed 60-36 Two other Lyons bills were acted upon by the House. One bill to broaden regulation of radio and television repair to include second hand sets was "' man will be elevated to presi-1 repair to include record players dent of the club, the b o a r d I and other recording equipment was asked to prepare an ord'i nance changing the council's monthly meetings from two meetings per month to one, which, would become effective Aug. 1, 1964. _. Tom David, City engineer, has I he corporation was formed \ preliminary plans drawn up on , for lhe purpose of promot i n g i the proposed swimming pool for i high school rodeoing on a par-i the ' ' " " ~ — der, Marvin Cooiey, three years; Al bert Windharn, two years, and Marvin H. Swearingen, one year. The board of directors consist of five members. members ruled. i was killed 33-60. „ -.. _ par basis and to bring recognition to the activity as an organized standard high school activity. but informed the council he will be unable (o complete them until the council has decided on the site for the pool. AT CONTINENTAL TO TESTIFY AGAIN—Marina Oswald, widow of Lee Marvey Oswald, accused assassin, of President Kennedy, shown here with her two children, eight-month-old Rachel and June Lee, 3, at their home in Richardson, a Dallas suburb, is scheduled to leave today for Washington to make a second appearance before the Warren Commission in its probe of the assassination. (AP Wirephoto). Beauregard Jury Takes Grader Bid DERIDDER (Spl.i - T h e i and Ryan Harper and the court- '™ ( ' K was . Beauregard Parish Police Jury house and jail committee, T. " <>ers vnul has accepted the bid of Boyce Coleman, Mitchell Harper and a.m. When he finally quit, the .Senate took an eight-minute re- i The second vehicle was driv-jccss, then went back into ses- ;en by Mrs. Annie Lee Miguczjsion. It had agreed Tuesday to , of Port Arthur, Tex. She was not meet at 10 a.m. today j inured. Since the adoption of the i Stale 'Police said Mrs. Fon-l cl 5 ure , ru [ e in 19 ! 7 ' a11 P rcvious iville was going west on Louisi- r,.f m! ? ls to u . se u to cut off a ; ana'8 and the other car, east on ' , l , buhst $ r fa S a " lst a clvl1 ri 8" ls Louisiana 28, and they collided 1aa failea ' in the intersection. Leaders of both parties became convinced in the face of Mrs. Miguez' vehicle, follow-' the all-out opposition of the Dix- ing the collision, struck a Lundiie forces to the present bill that Oxygen Co. truck which was I debate-limitation had to be oh- stopped on Louisiana 468, wait- j tained if the bill was to pass. ing to enter the intersection, j Just before the vote, Republican Leader Everett M. Dirk- Machinery Co. of Reserve of $16,320 on a motor grader for Ward 2. J. Herman Smith. Little Headway Reported In Contract Negotiation • ~"~r , ii:ciuei:> suusiuuic hill worked damaged, ot-' oul with Atly Gen Robcrt F Kennedy. Altendants at Broyles Clinic' Overnight, the substitute had said Mrs. McC loud was im- '• been revised further to include At its recent meeting the jury P r oved and had been treated | lll e Jury trial amendment adopt- authorized advertising for bids/"'" !«*raUons of the body. |^^fte ^Tuesday, on.400 yards of washed grave' j Mrs. Fonville's body was sentiment, sponsored by Sen. Thrus- al for HIP HPW vmr " ! \° or.™* 1" <• i -'i • '" i to s Jas P ei> . Tex., funeral home! ton B. Morton. R-Ky., was cred- jtdi. •, •'„,•, lllt . um . ino " s s . ur :|by Hlxson Funeral Home of'ited with winning some crucial D. T. Harrell president of the feeing lor the roads in Ward 1 1 Leesville. Republican votes for cloture police jury, appointed his com- and for one rebuilt motor grad- . _ — - m ;*t An r. r~.. 4U« « rt ,r. * n „ TV, ' rr inr WarH 5 Efforts by members of the The spokesman said approxi- federal mediation service to; mately 80 men were being head off a threatened strike at;brought into the plant from oth- the Continental Oil Co. refinery j er Conoco plants to assist the and petrochemical plant here, local supervisory personnel in business only if it can be competitive in cost and prices with American Press Tuesday night, "It should be quite obvious to • I — .,-.-. vw WIIWMIU MW vj t4( tt. ULSVjI/Uo HJ other plants in the area and 1 the public that flexibility in, elsewhere," the plant manager' working condition is not the! Sloan told employes. great necessity the company " Our P lant l ' a » be competi- , «ould like everyone to belieV" ' live onl >' if we have the flexibili- "A company spokesman said i mittees for the new term. Named to serve on the airport committee were Wade Cooiey, Clyde Cobbs and Robert ' Miers; claims committee, W. E. Hollingsworth, N. E. Hodges Summer School Opening Set In • cr for Ward 2. The jury accepted the dedication of road right-of-ways in the new Caldwell Heights addition. Carver Memorial Center submitted a request to the police i jury for equipment and janitori- f al services, which was referred to the War Memorial Ci v it- Center board. Committee Okays Compensation Bill BATON ROUGE i Spl.) — A with the interpretation applied bill lo revise lhe Louisiana in other .southern states. Workmen's Compensation Law; Brown said in other southern The voting precincts in Ward mcA '°d to the floor of the Sen-1 states "total and permanent dis- ' t »- ate today after being reported ability' 1 can occur only once. of the • , ln 3 ^ "f 11 ? **" l '! em " }^^* y "' *J , Andrea ' plantlt >' e "Med by our competition. 200 salaried supervisory em- Store Pct 2 wiu bfi the fi „,, measure was co-aumorea . awaras lor "lorn ana pern lieduled manager, said he regretted this ! Flexibility is a must-a musfploves would operate the nlant ! M - Ladnc r store. Pct. 1 in Ward b >' lb senators, including Sens. ;nent disability." * j " Substitution of P° wer fo1 ' «- ' for the con pan y aS for |" e \ if w?»t™3? i^s obvious he -e , DI ™;R | Spi. ) - DeRW- 3 will be changed from t h e J«* Knowles and A C. Clem- : p roponcnts o{ lhe b,ll say c, osori s i ' - • - . ' C| ? f .. , ... »">™ua UICIC !HPI' nioh Scimni cummof cr.hnni „„.,,. .1 ..... ,_ .. .u. _ ,• : nnn and i« snnnnrtuH HU enma < ...... . ..... ~i ------- >. . _________ ....: 8 were designated for Pet. 1 to ate luc ' av a f' (>r being reported ability' 1 can occur only once, be at the home economics build- ;f avorao 'y Tuesday by a 5-3 vote but that there have been many ing in Dry Creek The precinct u ^ l ' 1e ^ ena ' e Industrial Rela cases in Louisiana in which em- was formerly located at Elliott's • t '°" s CommiUce - ployes have received multiple Store. Pet. 2 will be at the B '•''""' measure w ' as co-authored awards for "total and perma- and Teamster Local officials. i Mechanical and operational! employes at the plant represented by the Teamsters Union are scheduled to go on strike at 8 a.m. Thursday. A company spokesman said 200 men were in the process of being trained to operate the plant in the event of a strike. since it marks both sides, management and labor, as failures in collective bargaining." Negotiations at the plant have been in progress for approximately two months. Andrea told the workers neither side was smart enough to i"i MIW luiiipcauy duu 1UI I (I c j * ' Ml ">»i *v *» Uwviwua lucre J j • •• i r« i i u i — sake of employes who are inter-, is featherbedding at manage-! .,, Hlg " ^'ww summer school • courthou ested in giving a full day oi'I menl level when we only have! U' 1 ". openu next *!°1 day f ? r , S - tU J i buildin g' work for a fuff dav's nav Thp! a little over 500 hm.riv nnM i de . llts . svno .. want to ^ high i . .. 3 will be changed courthouse to the police jury work for a full day's pay. The j a little over 500 hourly paid j ^ J™,J oil industry can not survive and j employes," Baukman said. ! a( -" uul ueuiu.. npASnar unrlat* frtoH*/^,.lx.-.,j~j:.-.. r i t.Tr 41.- » L • . In other business, jurors prosper under featherbedding| "If the company brings In' , J -, R - ? orn } 1 ^' P rinc 'P a l said |the state to COT conditions anymore than the! men from out of state to as-' algebra r an( f n> Amencan nls '!allhi»hw3vs in railroads can," Andrea said. < sist these pmnlnvps nnk. ti, Q i ton' and civics - all required j ,- c( , Th Qt , ;,..„ , isist these employes onlv the! to °' and civics ~ a11 re ^ uired i ish Thev also adS ' units ~ wil1 be offered for ful1 i on a ppro4 e Si ^urd a^e of 1 tow ' ard a hih sho ' ! ' DRY CLEANING SALP !i">s.. Wed., Thurv. Fri. PUNTS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS 93c <M.M6 CLEANER?. ?JOO Rvon VARSITY CLEANERS •«I7 Gremwicti Boulfvmd UNT For The Best Man June 33th (Hunt Political Ad) ONE HOUR MARTINIZING DRY CLEANING SALE Tuesdqy. Wednetday, Thunduy Junt 1, 10, ]) Any Trousers, Of Sweolers. or •< \r-\r PlQln SKIris, .J TOl Krce Molharootma A»k About Bo* Slarage Five Convenient MtrllnUIno Locaiionj tail Town Sltopplna Center Pioneer ftulldlna Soulhga « Slipping Cenler Cmlnwlch Shopping City Wejtpoint Shqppma Center steward a high school di-! ^^^ two b .^d gH 1 Ward G Don Soileau and Nathan Lew- DeRid- be the and is supported by some j rent workmen's compensation 30 induitrial and trade associa-1 C0 sts in Louisiana are among l ' uns - jthe highest in the nation. Proponents of the bill say it The proposed revisions of the 1 would bring workmen's conipen- i existing law, which went into costs in Louisiana in line! effect in the early 1900s, would those of neighboring states '; provide just and equitable coin- have a favorable effect on i p e n s a 11 u n to employes, but ci;i,i\. o™.,™,;,. „ :„„ '^.yyij t . ur [j ' Uiat now ri M ,it f dc " ' 01 ot , WO.'i parishes effective tits trom mid also en- image in the ;id aid in m- =••- -- "A strike will be costly to community will s'uffer the tragedy and that | Conoco since it further compli- Louisiana money will uc IQRC11 • side coula win. ; cates our cost picture in the out of state for the benefit of AS near as ;ve can tigure out, j plant. To minimize the expense others," the president said, the union is sinking because the) we will operate the plant dur- """- " company said it had to have i ing the strike whatever its'- flexibJli y m the assignment of length. We regret the strike will b > woi-K. »lien we repeatedly said also be costly to most of our lf H«e seniority and .,^ u ,,,i, , , -- aiia vernon oansnes etiei-tive tiu i,-,,m vs .„ un n i , hat we would try our utmost employes, for we had hop.>d ; disagreements are won bv the 1 7 to 10 a.m. and algebra II andi t av31 Ilpt^rfnm n^ 4,,\ M * „ $ ° f, er ,V ek ^ S a..ued !,:.».„ and claim- to.get flexibility without laying and cirefully planned to VwiS: company you will see a, in I civics from 10 a.m lo 1 p.m. | S, 3 \n de ^n ^H vilt v K, 7 Ullllam an!s altdnw > s haw voiced oil anyone, the union commit- causing any hardship o SS^ux of ill of state »wkefi al|Monday through Friday 5ntO! f^^fj ^^^ "> 'he bill. tee and apparently the members land their families," Andrea con- transient workers that w i 1 j August H appoSing Wil iam (' Pe,ues he \ m- ,t fh --h^ ? H „ °'vT ,-, , , r J f t» x>sentin S did^not believe us.' Andreajcluded. bring Ihtle or _ M benefits toi Registration w,ll be a, 7 a.m.illl'of De^ii^r ul ,ill K£ .^' oi h? ntsu« t tS T AK£\^«-uu1d Wd eS ' Geoi :« e Ba ^ n ? an : President of: t h i s communrty." Baukman | Monday in roon^ D-l at the high cancy for Beauregard and Ver- ! portion which would danfv th, v ^ta^ld vofkn en? S"The Conoco plant can slay in CARD Of- THANKS W» ore deeply gfotelul to th« mony "icods and rrlotlves who wer« so kind to us during our recent bereavement. The beautiful *loral otter- Ir.os ana mesioocs of sympolhy qre also deeply appreciated. THE FAMILY OF /I BERT E. RIQUELMY St'KCIAL! HAINT JOB ?38.50 BRAK.DS RELINED (new $18.50 MAT'S SHELL SriMct- Station & G Phom- 4..C »\'i» :'}OI the union, told the Lake Charles said '64 Zenith TV's Reduced! Going to New Orleons to look at 1h» new ms Zenith TV's. Reducing oil 1W4 Color and Black & Whiti TV's. One and two of a kind. Set u» Today For Best Selections! CITY SALES & SERVICE, INC. J30? lilh SI. HE 9-JB5o 3 DAYS LEFT IN IHC STORE WAREHOUSE SALE Save 30% to UO C: o atid More Ota's Factory Fabric Outlet, Inc. 'M V tAiMtne BIG NIGHT—TONIGHT! Ernest Tubbs »nd The Texas Troubadours igris On Sole At The Record SHOP And At Our Door. THE GEISHA HOUSE :;0a Brood Street SALE! Group of Dresses »nd Shifts $14.98 values. Now .. $5.00 REG >(.9| SHORT SETS S5.00 REDUCTION ON ALL DRESSES STYLE SHOP WANTED SEKVICE STATION ATTENDANT Musi rtove experience ond re'erencts. v.hi'e only. Apply 01 TROUARDS CITIES SERVICE SfA. 4.'S Seveoin St CAROL KAYON forn'.»rl,' of Sloan s Oak Pork Beauty Salon, invites oil her triends and cuslomtTj to coll her ot LOLA'S BEAUTY SALON •lid V> MvNee^r 47MI.'o Op"n tcii lot* apoo.niint.V5 lliu'-JO< OHO Fl iCICl. Delicious Way To Save! PEPSI HALF-QUARTS One H :rji Li-.ss Than 3i - Per Serving Buitle Serves Three! B. HEWE1T O.U. Auuouuees Tlu- vemuval of Otf'.ii' To 5 Kntcrpi ii,t' Blvu ••-cr.h ..f -. ,-,• • meaning of disability to conform pensation act. MEN'S DISCOUNT SHOPS NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU B.UII Do.: B-L50d ; t . 8 Ji» A t 000 ^i--n:o •* Hotel Coui'il P AV — ;r,e 1*0 stores SS"» Do c ion > to regular &83.0Q. Saie Pnc« V.OATS—o>er 6^0 :V,iV.> i;- . DQLIOH & 4S%» Wool, Reg. U4.VS Sale '.j QH R«aulor Prict • .'.a,e c-er ' itx) Pn. H,ar\ Crude • Betmor" Sloct» V.;.oi. Rej. S!5.9i Sole Pric* V.9t •i!.-t s:ev'»e—lUO'i Nvion—"Declun"— White. Regular ".." Sale Pr!c» UW •.icTNi ORE:.:. bi-.i«f. . ^^•.-,<^-RC.J ii.OO Sole Prict »2,M .'.EMS snOKb—Ovet MX.* p " r^ei'.:.uivs JarmOiij, Enjliih WalKeri, Croaby .1 •i..!..- toi?.:i'OP :i. f.... • f. • KV .ix i Joriri B siacvi. Sale Prmt ill.Si to s<y.»;> MESS SLAtM-. S5% Dacron S. 45' MEN S DRESS sri!RT>-

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