Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 12, 1964 · Page 22
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32 FRIDAY, JUNE 12,1964) fly 243-757 VOTf House Okays Pay Raise Bill Gillis Raps Republicans On Closure House Approves Rural Co-Op Bill Read The American Press Daily LORETTA JONKS Honor (iradualc Sacred Heart Grad Given Scholarship Lorcthi Marie .Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ueubi'ii Jones, 100G Goos SI., lias been awarded a $1.200 four-ywir scholarship to Dillard University, according to Giles A. UiilH-ri. director of admissions. Miss Jones is a hnnur .yr;id- uate of the class of I!HM ol •Sacred llc;irl High Srimol. She will major in nursing at nil- lard. She \vas active in hand, < Imir mid was assistant editor »1 S;u • red Heart High School'^ year book and was a debutante n( 1064. WASHINGTON (AP) - Fatter pay checks for most federal workers were in prospect today after House passage of a pay raise bill thai, includes $7,500-a- ycar increases for members of Congress. By the surprisingly large margin of 2-13 to 157 Hie, House reversed its earlier defeat of a similar bill and cleared the way for Senate action on the $533- million package of pay boosts. 11 includes $7,500-a-year raises for judges, Cabinet officers and top federal executives, and increases ranging from 22.5 per cent at I he lop to I.R per cent. at flic bottom for 1.7 million government workers The average letter carrier would gel a 5.6 per cent boost of $325 a year and the average government typist and file clerk would get a $310 a year raise. The bill is expected to be one of (lie first called up in the Senate after it completes action on the civil rights bill, and no difficulties are foreseen in its passage. A number of considerations prompted the House to pass the pay bill this time after defeating one, 222 to 184, last March. The size of the proposed congressional raise was scaled down from $10,000 a year to $7,500 and it was made effective ncxl; January, instead of this year, making it easier for members fo vote for if. Of major importance in the view of the bill's backers, however, was the fact most state primary elections are now over. Last March the primaries were still to be faced and too many members felt it politically unwise to vote raises for themselves and then face the elector- ale. Strong support from President Johnson also helped put the bill! over this time, as did a powerful lobbying effort by the postal unions. An amendment designed to eliminate the pain of voting for its own pay raises in the future was adopted by the House Thursday. It was offered by Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-Arix., and would provide automatic increases for Congress whenever the top Civil Service grade gets a rise. End of Multiple Voting Law Asked Revisions In Compensation Law Approved BATON KUliC.K tAI J > - Kr- visions in state wurknwi'.s n>m- pensation laws had approval todav in separaic tm-a; the H'Jllsi.' Ulld BATON KUUOK i AP i--Dougla-: Kowler, slate custodian of \nling machines, Thursday asked a legislative committee in oust the multiple voting law More the public loses conli- dence in the election apparatus. His .supporters, including 1'res idfiit Victor Kiltie of the Louisiana AKL-C10, .said Louisiana is the only stale making a voler ballot lur everv oil ice in mill- passed In a 11-. The HmiM' 'MiuiMlio oil amendments opposed b\ la bor and passed 77-lti a bill to boost weekly beneiits lor injured workers Irorn $3"i in &4U The Senate Wi'dtK'.-day approved 21-18 a Miinlar bill backed by management groups The Senate measure had ibe same increase in bend us. bin also contained K-auires opposed hy labor. The Hiuise bill was M-III u> the Senate, and the Si'iia'.L- measure to ihe Hou>e. Rep. (iordoti Causey. Tang, pahoa, offered Ihe roiilruviT.sial amendments \\huh rontainfl provisions similar to those ;n ihe Senate-passed bill. They called lor --Certain t.ha'm-s in demotion of weekly wages. --Increases irom S_.;>(.)() io S4.000 allowance for medical expenses. — Reduced In-net us lur lu-nna cases. — Revised (icii'iniun ui '.shai constitutes total and penmineni disability. Bill to Permit Vote on Liquor Sale Is Vetoed JACKSON. MI.-S i API <,..A Paul B. .JuliiiMjn has. \etut-d a bill v,hicli would have M Mississippi—the last dry state in the Union—vote to end prohibition. The legislature approved the bill last Saturday before ending its record 22-week regular session. It called lor a .statewide referendum in .November on the liquor issue with each county having the option to retain pro hibition. Johnson, j;j IH> u-'u message Thursday nigh!, called the bill unfair. He .-.aid n called for opponents oi liquor legalization to get a majority of ail qualified voters while advocates ol repeal would need only a majority of thust voting to '-tid pjohibition Johnson said he would re submit the /natter \i> the legi-.la- lure, but declined to .-a;, n' he would include it in Die <-all loi a special session >chedu!i-d Jui.e '3 The bpeual ae.^-.iun ,* w.cird uled to consider laws deugiibd to circumvent pending desegregation in the .-tale's public school E\item The world's large.it iiovier- grow in Borneo on J3,4w-J!>o! Mount Kinabalu. A parasite of the Kalflesia genus, ihe plant produces leathery, reddish blooms thai may /each a yard in diameter. Booster Built At Michoud Plant Tested IH'.YiSVIi.LK. Ala. (Ad The eight engines of the iirst indusli \-produced Saturn Roman I .space booster roaied tor II.! seconds without a hitch Thursday in a lull duration static lot tiring at the .Marshal! Space Flight ('inter. The luii^e boo-!cr was built by the Chrysler Corp. at the Michoud plant in New Orleans. The booster, the Sl-8. produces 1.5 million pounds ol thru.si. and is almost identical to six Saturns which made sue- ce.sslul (lights Irom Cape Kennedy, Fla It will now ht- iransported '<i the Cape, where it is to launch a tfiant meteoroid detection satellite in early 1905. The seventh Saturn is now at Cape Kenned-,, where n is being mated with an S-t stage. I; i- -.che'luled tor a launch in tile Courses In Twirling Scheduled Lake Charles Recreation Commission sponisored twirl i n g clashes v.ill begin tins week, according to Mrs. Elizabeth Prater, commission director Courses in twirling will be offered lor children between the ages of 6 arid 16. Drew Park classes will begin a! 9 a in. U'ednesday. Instructress will be Cherie Prater. In order t<j register, phone 439- fj(i?:j or register at the lin,t c!a.->: meeting, Mrs. Prater :said. College Oaks Recreation Center classes will begin at 11:30 a in Friday Vivian Barbee will be instructress in order to reg- J-ter. phone GU 7-913-1. liple-seai races, such ax lor legislators or police jurors. The linHl decision could make j key changes in Louisiana elections. Under present law, if ther? are si\ House seals tor one parish to be tilled in an elec lion, voters must ballot for si\ candidates—or his vote is invalid. He can't vole for just one candidate and ignore the others. The proposed bill would simply say that voters could ballot lor as many candidates as there are offices to be filled, but failure to vote for us many candidates as there are offices of the same kind would not invalidate the ballot. Opponents ul the legislation MMI«|II by Fowler, including Hep Al»if I). Brown of Caddo Parish, protested lhat return it 'single shot" balloting would give a minority bloc a stronger ' election voice. The House Judiciary C Com. niiiiee will decide what to do with the bill M mday. The committee at first, gave the bill an unfavorable report when Brown and Rep George Holstcad. Lincoln, attacked tho motion to reconsider. Su many people are running lor public office now, Fowler told the committee, he won't be able to get the necessary equipment on the machines to comp!\ with the multiple voting law Sfafe Rice Council To Hold Meet The Louisiana Rice Council will hold its annual membership meeting June 24. according to Alden Sonnier. Ixjuisiana field representative. The meeting will cover routine : business matters, review recent plans lor rice productions Also on the program will bo the selection of the first Louisiana "Rice Hornemaker" and the presentation of her award. Contestants will be winners of par ish contests held earlier Rice growers from the 33 Lou isiana parishes where rice is grown will meet at the Rice Festival Building in Crowley at 10 a.m. HOSPITAL QUAUTV DRES8IN6 k — for minor skin injuries. Knooth. Soothei, re- lie«« p«ia tad iuhio* of work-sore hands, i»w blis- Urcd iluu. dry scalp, mloor burns. FOttied fiYetimet to hospital <ju«litj. Switch to Morolutt, only m <x »et over twice »t mucb for 271 WASHINGTON (AP.) - Rep. Gillis W. Long, D-La., has criticized Republican senators for failing to support the South's position on the civil rights bill. "It appears to me that they're talking conservatism and moderation out of one side of their j mouths and saying 'yes' to ex-1 Iremism out of (he other," he said Thursday. j Long said Southerners had expected more Republican votes in their fight Io prevent the Senate from voting cloture—the closing of debate. Of the 33 Senate Republicans, six voted with the Southerners against cloture. "It was because of the defection of four Republicans that | clolure was possible," he said. | Long expressed hope thai, I .Southern forces still may alter "this monstrous civil rights leg-' islation." Annual Meeting Set by DeRidder Cemetery Group .DERIDDEH (Spl.) - The an-; nual meeting of the Barentine Cemetery Organization will be held at 11:3(1 a.m. -June 20, the group has announced. Included in the day's events will be a fellowship, a covered dish luncheon and elect ion of new officers. Current officers of the organization are Doley Barentine, president: Andrew T. Loltin. vice president and Mrs. Black Gimnich, secretary-treasurer. BATON ROUGE (AP) — Two administration House leaders asked and won approval of a bill to place rural electric cooperatives undet the Louisiana Public Service Commission. The bill, passer! 8248 after hot debate Thursday, was then sent to the Senate for final decision. Reps. Lanlz Womack, Franklin, and Robert Munson, Rapides. floor leaders for Gov. John McKeithen, teamed to win passage. Private power companies, already under jurisdiction of the three - man commission, had backed the legislation. Rep. Ford Stinson, Bossier, who opposed the bill, failed to get two amendments tacked on. He said the bill would mean death for the rural co-ops in Louisiana. One amendment, to let the commission have jurisdiction over the co-ops only in territory disputes with private power companies, was rejected 19-71. The other, calling for commission jurisdiction over co-ops only in rates matters involving in dustrial customers, failed 2-1-69. Womack argued opponents had failed in both a House committee meeting or 1 in floor debate to show how the co-ops would be hurt by the bill. Memorial Is Built To Honor Pioneer BARBOURVILLE. Ky. (AP> : —At Dr. Thomas Walker State ! ' Park is a memorial to the ex-: plorer who preceded Daniel Boone into Kentucky by 20 years. ' It includes a replica of Walk! or's cabin, the first log cabin i.o ibe occupied by a white man in ! Kentucky. VOTE DAN WISE YOUR City Councilman (Dan Wise Political Adv.) RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LOANS for A- Building * lUircliasinc * Ucmodellne GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINOS & LOAN ASSN. Till) Jlyan St. I'll. HK 3-4618 Beautiful Downtown Lake Charles SUPER SPECIAL! MEN'S DAN RIVER COTTON SHORT SLEEVE Wonderful Color Selection, Dark nnd Light Casual Tones In Si/cs S, M, I/. At This I,o\v flloitcy Saving: Price They Won't Last Long, Hurry! 819 Ryan St. — Downtown HOROLIHE' IMPROVE MM HOMf C..U H£ 3-8045 ui. i ill i i -'i i 'J ili- RAY CARNEY Micelle's Commission Yard AUCTION SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY LAKE CHARLES. LOUISIANA PHONE HE 6-1848 NOTICE (Jo Saturday, Juu« 13lli, 1904. we will have s special Cow Sale, tyu.vii.Ujit: of SOU or more cowi »n4 heifera. From one j»ixch, we will have 100 cows txm&ibUD* of 36 Kefitiered Brahma COM*, «es from 3 to £-year-old*, with 20 or more iiraujjus calve* by Uuii ude&; SO purebred Bralu»» C9W» wititout paper*, «es from 4 to 6-year-olds, with 45 Brantu* calve* by their kideo; 8 Braajjus heifers »pproximaU;ly 18 ouinUts old. "Jhe&e cattle are under oue brand, out raisin;, with plenty of fctte »ud quality. trow several other partlek, we »iJJ have 'iW or «n"'e covtk aud beiftrt, cookiaU.oc of 5U Aufun tuw», 60 crou-bred mw» »mJ 100 croM>-bred 2 & 3 .tear old heiftrt. All rattle will be Mild in group* aad wiil b« B«JUi-le»ted. 'Ibe »»le »UJ j,urt prouipvy at oue o'clock, for more JAfo i»\l Julm Mit-fUf at HI S-3JSI gr MoJri* Wit:i-ll*. UK FORD GAtAXIE 500/XL 2 DR. HARDTOP Ford's sporty total performance has sent our new Ford sales soaring to an all-time high-and the result is big savings for new Ford buyers. And we'll prove it right now by giving you "value plus" for your present car. Speaking of proof, Ford is currently proving its going power, stopping power and staying power in '64 NASCAR racing . . . with more wins than all other cars combined! Is it any wonder 4-on- the-floor fans are switching to Ford's bucket-seat set? Ford Mustang comes at a low price richly equipped with sports features: bucket seats, 3-speed floor shift, 170-cu. in. Six engine, all-vinyl interior, wall-to-wall carpeting, padded instrument panel, front seat belts, sports steering wheel, and much more! f<i, ' *} Your Ford Oetler in Uka Charles i$ ED TAUSSIG FORD, INC. it Frooi Si. L»kt HE 6-0511

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