Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 18, 1964 · Page 7
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Port Group On $7,032 Business Trip Autd Mishap To New York THURS., JUNE 18, 1964, Lake Charles American Press CMl Rights [Su/'f Filed RAY GILLARD Now Appointee Local Knight Is Named To Diocese Post A Lake Charles member of the Knights of Columbus has been appointed co-chairman of membership arid conservation for (he Diocese of Lafayette. Ray Gillard, grand knight of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Council 4562. was appointed to the post by William J. Guste, state deputy of the Knights of Columbus in New Orleans. As co-chairman of me diocese, Gillard will supervise membership and insurance within the 40 councils that comprise the western district. Gillard, employed by the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department as a communications officer, has been a member of the Knights of Columbus for nine years. He has held the offices of recorder and grand knight of the local council in addition to participating in various youlli activities of the council and church. He is married to the former Aimee Broussard of Kaplan and they are the parents of two children. The new chairman will be installed at the state officers' banquet to be held in New Orleans, July 10-12. A delegation of four Lake Charles men was in New York City this week, apparently in connection with Lake Charles port and industrial business. The group left Lake Charles on Tuesday in an Eastern Airlines plane. Included was Clyde B. Stephens, new president of the i Lake Charles dock board. It was understood to be his first ,official trip for (he board since his recent appointment by Gov, John J. McKeithen to the \ board and subsequent election ! as its president. i Others in the group were Elmer E. Shutts, dock board engineer: James R. St. Dizier, dock board attorney, and Marvin Crowe, director of the Calcasieu Industrial Development Board. Pat H. Chaffin, board member who was succeeded as president by Stephens, replying to an inquiry from the Lake Charles American Press, said "they are probably discussing contracts with the companies which use the port's coke plant." The companies are Union Carbide and National Carbon Co. Port Director John H. Grob, recently put on notice by Stephens that he is to be replaced as director, said he did not know \vhat the trip was for when asked about it. A Lake Charles couple, John K. Michon and his wife Judy, have filed a suit asking $7,032 damages from an insurance company as the result of a fire truck-auto crash January 1, this year. The Michons claim that they were driving north on Ryan Street, about 11:50 that morning, with a green light when a fire truck collided with their car being driven by Michon. Named as defendant in the action was Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co., liability insurers for the city of Lake Charles. Claude Fuselier, city fireman, \yas driver of the truck at the time and was thrown from the fire truck to the roadway, the suit said. Construction Firm Files Papers Here A Lake Charles construction company. Fred L. Miller Contracting Co., Inc., ha^.filed articles of incorporation, naming Fred L. Miller Jr., as president. The " " stock. Amendment By Long Adopted State Purchases Bypass Property The Louisiana Highway Department acquired a parcel of property in the South Lake Charles bypass route from Sophia Camille Jessen, of Lake Charles for $6,750, according to a deed filed today. Located in the Jessen Subdivision, south of Prien Lake Road and between Texas Street and Warren Avenue the property contains 69,778 square feet. WASHINGTON (Spl.) - An amendment proposed by Sen. Russell Long (D-La.) to the civil rights bill was adopted by voice vote in the Senate late Wednesday. The amendment provides that a defendant can be found guilty of criminal contempt only if his act of discrimination has been "intentional." Explaining the change, Sen.' Long said, "This important alteration means that no defendant accused under these sections can be found guilty for discriminatory actions which are accidental, unintentional, or inadvertent. "Without the change, several of the titles of this bill might have been subject to grave abuses. People who were entirely free of any criminal intent might have been given severe fines and jail sentences. II. is gratifying that the Senate had the good judgment to adopt this final amendment." Thus far, only five Southern attempts to amend the far-reaching bill have been successful. Three of these fine amendments were proposed by Sen. Long. In 'Freak 7 Acc/denf A freak accident involving a cement mixer and a cement truck is the basis of a $10.386 damage suit filed in 14th Judicial District Court by Judge Kilchrist, against a fellow work- !er for a local construction company. | K i I c li r i s t, in his petition, states that on March 25, this year, he was driving a cement truck for FIcnnikcn Construction Co., and had it under a cement mixer when the accident, happened. He claims that, a fellow em- ploye Aden N. Devcreaux, operating the cement mixer for Flenniken, used the lifting apparatus to pick up the rear of his truck and raise it to a height of C-8 feet then releasing it. A resulting drop caused Kilchrist to receive head and neck injuries, the suit said. Named as defendant along with Dove- reaux was Argonaut Insurance Co., insurer for Flenniken. HEMENWAY'S 3012 Ryan Street Call HE Sr9O96 ; furnishers stihc'e *896 NO MONEY DOWN SAVE 30% TO 50% Famous Feature Packed TAPPAN GAS RANGES ATHLKTE'S FOOT HOW TO TRKAT IT— ...i - i hold In check Itohlng, burning In minutes. In 3 days, watch Infected skin I slough off. Walch healthy skin replace i It. Be pleased IN ONE HOUR or your ' 48c back. Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L I , FOOT POWDER too-fine lor swcalv I (eel, fool odor. TODAY at all drug stores. I Two Buildin Permits For LC Stores ha$,aid in ing to its charter. Other officers in the firm are Fred L. Miller Sr., vice president and Fred L. Miller Jr., , serving as secretary-treasurer 1 in addition to being the presi- ' dent. A three-man board of direc- l tors, with the two above offi- ! cers, also lists Simon Carriton, i 1217 Arkansas St. ' Office of the firm is listed as 811 Lawrence St. Registered j agents are the president and Building permits totaling $81,-; Charles D. Viccellio, 505 Pio- 000 were issued by the city ! neer Building. Stockholders are Wednesday afternoon for the re- : the two Millers and Robert E. building of two downtown stores Chrislman, 809 Henrietta Lane. almost destroyed by fire recently and for "face lifting" work on two other establishments. Earle Miller Construction Co. took out the permits for all the work. A $33,000 permit for rebuilding the second floor of 70-1 Ryan St., home of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, and a $36,000 permit for doing a similar rebuilding job at 706 Ryan St., will complefely res!oie (he fire-gutted firms of Clark's Clothiers and Western Auto store. The "face lifting" job is a $7,000 undertaking which w i 11 j Charles Lumber Co. the only see the remodeling of the front i other bid was $293.137 from Port of 829-831 Ryan St. housing Wil-' City Construction Co. son Men's Store and Rider Jew- The bids were taken under elry Co. The permit for this job advisement and referred to the was issued to Manuel Kleiman, public Housing Administration owner. Office in Fort Worth, Tex. LEICA LIFETIME ADVENTURE IN PHOT06RAPHY Housing Unit Bids Opened At Sulphur i SULPHUR (Spl.) - Bids on ! construction of 24 low-rent housing units were opened at a meeting of the housing authority ; here this morning. The apparent low bid of $288,520 was submitted by Lake From the most casual snapshot to Use most exacting- professional pic Urn 5 , (here is nothing in photography too dt'tnauding for a Ix-.ira, Photography is an adventure and more fun when you own a Leka. No matter bow far you want to roam in the world of photography, your Ixiea can go along. For business or pleasure, at home or abroad, your Leica will help you bring back sharp, brilliant picture for a record or souvenir. You can count on it! Come in today and si-e tho-Leica M-3 and the Leica M-2, wilh automatic features thai make iiue photogjapbjr easier than ever. 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