Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 11, 1964 · Page 9
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 9

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, June 11, 1964
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30 DEATHS COUNTED Rebuilding Projects Started in Montana LC Rofarians Will Install New Officials GOP Bill to Split Electors Rejected THURS., JUNE II, 1964, Loke Charles American Press i States Rights leader from Bos: sier Parish, and a strong segre- they would give Scott F'easter a chance to put his talents to work on one of Florida's known A re- HELENA, Mont. (AP)-Flood-: Gov. Tim Babcock, who made torn Montana took on aspects'an aerial inspection of the of a zone of war today as gov- j stricken area, called it the worst eminent and business leaders j thing that has ever happened to off from food and medical supplies. Supply-laden U.S. Air Force planes, including C123 transports, landed on grass and gravel runways and even open stretches of highway. i I In the tiny reservation com- i munity of Heart Butte, where a 1 number of persons were report, ed injured, a nurse was in RATON ROUTE (AP) House committee quickly ' jected a Republican move The Southeast Lake Charles ''Wednesday to split the state's 10 Rotary club elected officers Rationist, told the Republican "Why don't you leave our t)em-j Indian artifact mounds, ncratic party alone, since you're only interested in the Republl- !can parly?" O'Hcarn countered "You're egatos are pledged to U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz. O'Hearn, who was the GOP lwron & there - l | m interested in foe of U.S. Sen. Russell Long in government. What ^you re say- b will install newlv- > electoral votes with election of (Long's general election victory •'"8 'f that you don't want your icers in a banquet- (party presidential electors by j last year, told the committee he;P co f lc ln ^ e . Fourth Dlst ™ 1 to m.. _ _. i . • i . * ' rt/"i« rf»*rtr>o}r*n n\ rlieittMi'if I etn\\t tr/\f nr\ Kit* r»«t*c«rt«'*1 r>rvt\i r i»» . (.iGv.l IXC. 1)110 llCHn t LGClQlSi announced Wednesday. A complete program dignitaries from other directed multimillion-dollar re- i the state. building projects and authorities! "We can't begin to estimate searched for dead and missing.; the damage," he said. "It will As floodwaters receded, offi- • run into (ens of millions of dol- cials in various search centers j lars. Sections of highway as reported at least 30 persons, long as 20 miles have been de- dead, {stroyed by floodwaters." . , ,-,.,» Many of the more than 35 per-j Highway crews already have!<™ r S e • m]edlcal treatments. |d rews ' Presbyterian Church sons listed as missing were be-1 created temporary roads of mud i s ™ received instructions by lieved to be dead. Authorities j and rock and set up makeshift! short-wave radio from a physi- Lg ree lectecl said some bodies may be buried! bridges. '• cian ' " ' ceremonial Tuesday night, June ! congressional district. 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Lakej Democratic committeemen, Charles Country club, John states rights leaders and or- Henry, chairman of the event, i ganized labor all teamed up ionly voted his personal convictions on issues, no matter what Goldwater might think. With his bill, O'Hearn said, Republican electors.' Schoolboy Digging ! against the bill sponsored by with Reps. Taylor O'Hearn and Mora r e A' Icy Hudson, Caddo Parish. r r 'in mo wist) *.s « ii,t4« 11 uti <\* t ( 4^ * • • • • ^Hk — "no political party could count juGGS Lioht" On on all 10 of Louisiana's dec- -, , r r\ Culture or Past The Martin County high school senior delved carefully from November to March in five pits under "House of Refuge" believed built in the middle 1800^ on the Atlantic coastal island. He brought up pottery fragments as well as the remains of ocean, bird and animal life. son iri at thn Rota v ,'L J I " •'_ . 6 under tons of silt and rock. toral votes." His bill called for statewide Major parties at present put | election of two electors ati STUART, Fla. (APi ~ A 1 slate on the ballot; large, and election of the oth- ( schoolboy's patient digging under an old house at Hulchinson Island, Fla. shed light on the President Victor Bussic of the region's past, and gave him a Louisiana AFL-CIO urged the boost toward a career in arch- weekly : as a statewide package. j ers" according to the eight con ! The House Judiciary A Com- gressiqnal districts, mitlee voted 10-3 against the iO'Hearn-Hudson bill. Many small towns were cut! Dr. Richard Corley jr., vice! Thousands of pounds of food president, Kenneth (Bobby) ... , . . n ' uv j i committee to kill the bill, say- All Ixiuisiana Republican del-j ing ,, this would take , t furthcr Jinx Ship Heads Back to Honolulu and medical supplies were airlifted into flood-battered communities. The largest of these was Chotcau, a town of 2,000 i made an island by the flood. Caglc, secretary, and Jav Hick- was a color movie man, treasurer. Dale Robertson and the iaway from the people, featuring j Rep. Parey Branton, Webster A special international pro-! loosa horses' history. \ppa-1 Parish, a slates rights Democrat, suggested O'Hearn alter gram, featuring a color movie i Next week Bill Phelps, sales ; his bill to make it apply only from Sweden, was shown the director for Guth Dairy, will; to the Republican party. members by Cagle. chairman of speak on Dairy Month, Gillis j O'Hearn said he could not Communications to Choteau the notary's international rela- McFillen, program rtt«n *Mil iifilil \l(rtH r*neirfn\T lifhnn !<__.. _ _ _. -11 . . . * *-* I were out until Wednesday when i The Associated Press was able to reach Mrs. D. P. Fabrick by telephone. "So far everyone is safe but is still plenty of trouble tions committee. Also shown announced. HONOLULU (AP) - The jinx'ficers; a Brazilian radio oper- ship Pomona, its former captain I ator and 25 Chinese seamen, hacked to death with an ax on;The old crew refused to sail the high seas, was heading back i again after the slaying of Capt. to Honolulu today after a fire Jacob Natvig in May. Natvig forced the freighter's new crew I was slain with a fire ax in the to abandon ship. vessel's first attempt to get to With the Liberian-registcred Formosa with 9,500 tons of ship only 100 miles southwest of scr ap- Honolulu, en route to Formosa, The captain's body was dis-; later decidedI iVwould be unable fire broke out Wednesday in the covered by Olsen May 15 in his '' to bring out all of the town's engine room and 30 crew mem- bunk and the ship diverted to residents. A group of tourists bers were ordered over the side Honolulu from 1,000 miles east! stranded in Choteau were taken into aircraft-dropped liferafts. of the islands. An extensive in- There were no injuries. The ! vestigation failed to turn up the crew, less three men who re- j killer. mained aboard the Pomona,! Wednesday's fire broke out 15 were picked up by the freighter hours out of Honolulu. Coast Rio Manamo and transferred to Guard planes radioed that the Coast Guard cutter Kukui. smoke was billowing up from i snowpack. Four hours later, with the fire behind the wheelhouse, above 1 Federal aid began pouring into under control but the engines the engine room. ' " - apparently disabled, the men Olsen's SOS brought the Rio were placed back aboard the Manamo to her side within three Pomona to await the arrival of hours. The Pomona remained a tug boat from Hawaii. on even . keel throughout the ^The new crew was composed; crisis, the captain messaged. j s p a said the town wa s sunnosed to have bem ev aC uateTby helicopter due "to scwer and water system failure. However, she said the Air Force out Wednesday. The massive floods started Monday on both sides of the Continental Divide after days of heavy rains and the sudden melting of a huge mountain chairman : agree to that. Rep. Ford Stinson, a staunch aeology. State Museum officials sakl •HBMIMB VOTE NO. 4 BILL HOLLOWAY FOR CITV COUNCILMAN Go All Tho Way With Holloway William (BUI) Elton Hollowoy Political Ad acid indigestion? Stop It right *way with TUMS antacid tablets. Today's good tasting TUMS are fortified- speed soothing, high potency relief, . , neutralize all excess acid , . . release you from the grip of an acid-Irritated stomach -complately, gently, on the A tpot. Wouldn't you like that? Quickly effective, high potency r*l!*f 3 roll pack-306 the nine hardest-hit counties, in ' northwestern and west-centralj Montana, declared a disaster | area by President Johnson. 1 The Red Cross operated 11 j shelters around the flood area, , . __ u „.„„.„, lllt 1JUUU „,„, of former first mate Alf Olsen, • Cause of the fire is under inves- housing and feeding more than the captain; six Norwegian of- 1 tigation. i 4,000 refugees. "NO-FROST" Refrigerator-Freezers With Top or Bottom Freezers OHWHEEU-ROUS OUT fOi Uit CUAHWS 14 Cu. Ft. With 105 Lb. "No Frost" Top Freezer With all of the convenient features you'll appreciate more and more as years go by. On Wheels For Easy Cleaning • Twin Porcelain Crispers • Automatic Door Slop Prevents Over Swing • Deep, Roomy Door Shelves • Shelf Over Ice Trays Glide-Out Shelves • Separate Butter and Egg Storagt AaSJ^J J wim Trade No Down Payment — Easy Terms 'N WHK1S-80UJ OUT f OK MJr CUAN1NQ 14 Cu. Ft. With 151 Lb. 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