Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 15, 1964 · Page 5
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Veterans Provide Playwright Ideas NEW YORK (AP) - Frank Gilroy, a prize-winning play- wright two seasons ago with his first play off-Broadway, continues to be concerned with the problems of Army veterans. "The Subject Was Roses," a new work being presented at the Royale, concerns a mother, father and a son just returned from service. Gilory's Initial attention-getter, "Who'll Save the Plowboy?" was about a pair of soldiers who attempt to pick up their friendship in civilian life. Natchltoches is the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase. MONDAY, JUNE IS, 1964, Lake Chulw American Press t .•i. i .»..-.. i ...i i ii ii....i... .... .1 ». . i im IT'I I. Jii.f.n «. i • -• .'. <J Scranton Starts Belated Drive In Bid for GOP Nomination SCRANTON, Pa. (AP)-GoV. William W. Scranton today opened a six-state quest for delegate support In his bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Pennsylvania's chief executive pointed his campaign westward into regions generally claimed by his No. 1 opponent, U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Scranton, after making a conv mencemcnt address at Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., was to go to Des Moines, Iowa, to confer with the Iowa delegation to the national convention. Tuesday he will be at Topeka, Kan., and Minneapolis, Minn. Wednesday, he goes to St. Louis, Mo., and Denver, Colo., and on Saturday he is booked! to keynote the Massachusetts GOP convention. Aides said there wag a possibility other states would be included on the week's tour. Scranton said he would speak every day this week, unless the work of the Pennsylvania Legislature prevents it. He has admitted he started late in the campaign and has a long, uphill fight. But, he has said, "I am a good, hard, fast runner." Scranton's aides contend the Pennsylvanian has moro than 105 delegates, but they are banking on strong second ballot support at the San Francisco convention to put Scranton into the top spot. Goldwater presently holds a Gen. Walker Near End of Testimony long lend in delegate strength, with 619 votes, according to the latest Associated Press poll. This is only 36 short of the number needed for nomination. I The Associated Press poll gives Scranton 113, compared to 127 for Gov. Nelson A. Rocke-, feller of New York, the No. 2J man In the delegate race. Scranton, who announced his candidacy last Friday at the Maryland GOP convention in • Baltimore, said, "The reaction has been fantastic." Appearing on the American Broadcasting Co. television program, "Issues and Answers," iho governor said Sunday he has been buoyed by the response of Republicans throughout the nation. He said he feels most of the d legates for (loldwater "are not completely committed to him" and he feels that through campaign speeches and person- to-person contacts with delegates to the national convention he can "pull back some delegates." Many others arc "changing their minds now that they have a choice," he fldfled. "I wouldn't be in it If 1 didn't think I could win," Scranlon said. Scranton's television appearance capped a hectic weekend. SHOP TUES. 9 A.M. 'TIL 5:30 P.M. Watch out! Stare too long at a Catalina, and next thing you know you're shattering another sales record in Pontiac's best year.* People like to look at big, handsome Wide-Track cars, though. And drive them. And buy them. Obviously. We're selling more Pontiacs this year than ever before. Catalinas, naturally. And Tempests, LeMans. Bonnevilles. And Grand Prix. Each with Pontlac style, Pontlac ride. Pontiac power. Pontiac resale value. All this is just what you're looking for? Well, then, go ahead and stare. Wide-Track Pontiac •V»(«t-eowos »how PtonJtac »»«d <hW ptoM In safe* anal". "P 1*34% so (ar In 1964. and man Pcmllao bought no* seis another dl-tlmo Woh. How's roar chance to break a tnrtfs record. S«* your authorized Pontiac dealar tof a wlda choice of Wide-Tracks-and oood usod cars, too. DONALDSON PONTIAC, INC. 901 FRONT STREET LAKE CHARLES, LA. FORT WORTH, Tex. (API- Trial of former Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker's $2-million libel suit against The Associated Press resumes today before Dist. Judge Charles Murray. At the weekend recess Friday, the plaintiff's case was near an end. When Walker's attorneys rest, the AP is expected to make motions for dismissal of the complaint. Falling these, defense testimony will be offered to the jury of four women and eight men chosen June 8. Walker, 54, contends he was libeled by AP stories that he led a charge of students against U.S. marshals during the Sept. 30, 1962, desegregation riots at the University of Mississippi. Two men were killed during a crisis over the admission to Ole Miss of Negro James Meredith. During three days on the witness stand last week, Walker testified he came from his home in Dallas merely to see what was going on at the Oxford, Miss, campus. He said he never approached within harassing distance of the marshals, and that he attempted in a speech to dissuade rioting students from violence. In cross-examination, AP counsel sought to show that Walker interjected himself/into an explosive situation, a,lth,pugh aware of federal court orders that Meredith's integration into the university was not to be interfered with. There was testimony also that before he went to Oxford, Walker sought to rally segregationists, with a broadcast plea to "bring your flag, your lent and your skillet, 10,000 strong, from every state in the Union." LC Lions To Insfolf Officers J. Fred Land as president will head a new slate of Lake Charles Evening Lions club officers to be installed at a supper meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Charleston Hotel, Other new officers are Joe Black, first vice president; J. D. Hobbs,. second vice president; Wes McPherson, third vice president; A. H. Spencer, secretary; Edgar Welsh, treasurer; Joe Flanagan, tail- twister and W. J. Theriot, lion tamer. One-year directors scheduled to be installed are Ralph Elliot, T. L. Johnson and J. N. Nutter. Two-year directors are Jay Assunto, Harold Creel and Dale Roush. Donald Bailey of Scott, district governor-elect, will be presiding officer. J. Marshall Smith, outgoing president, will also take part in the program. Homesteads Gloquei Heavy Boucle Completely Lined Draw Drapes 48 x 84 72 x 84 96 x 84 5 9i8 \y Rich solid color Boucle for thai extra added beauty. Completely lined. Colors of Beige, Linen, Gold or green. Acetate and Cotton Boucle. Wherever You Live In the Lake Charles Area HOME 50% Arnel Triacetate, 50% Cotton Woven Darkground Seersucker 1,59 yd. Value Is Conveniently Located! In time of need the experienced, dedicated personnel at Hixson's are available to you wherever you live... because Hixson Funeral Home is located in the geographic center of the area. WESTLAKEAND MAPLEWOOD Residents of this area will find easy access through the new Interstate 210. Just drive across the new bridge and Prien Lake Road to Ryan Street. MOSS BLUFF AND GILLIS You can easily reach Hfxson's in just a few minutes by driving south on Highway 14 and turn west on Oak Park Boulevard (this is almost four lanes for the entire route) to Ryan St. IOWA AND WOODLAWN Citizens of this area can drive on Interstate 10 turning south on Highway 171 to Oak Park Boulevard and then west to Ryan. BIG LAKE AREA It is an easy drive on the Gulf Highway to Ryan St. from this community. HOLMWOOD, SWEETLAKEAND BELL CITY Remember that in time of need you can rely on the experienced personnel at Hixson's ... in the center of the entire area. CILUS HOLLYWOOD Beautiful, new extra quality dark seersucker, perfect for travel wear and sportswear frocks of all kinds. In a wide variety of assorted colors. 45 inches u uic. Vacation Special Budget Priced Luggage _ —* **"* .erf- CITY H IYCAil FUNERAL IA9UII & HOME Train Case or 21" Overniter FUNERAL INSURANCE-AND A BUDGET PLAN TO FIT EVERY NEED. 24" Pullman 10" 26" Pullman 5' 12 EA. 3OQ1 Ryan St.-The Geographic Center of the Area Deluxe lightweight semi-moUied i-U-'.i-'o \ Sow budget price yet, it's durable and ^ooJ looking Your choice of rich blue or gray graimtl vinyl that \vlll last lor years. Say "Charge It" 10 Months to Pay

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