Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 20, 1964 · Page 5
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li#: •'$t$'* 1 " :v;»«4?j DEDICATION SET — The Sweet Lake Memorial Methodist Church will be officially opened at 3 p.m. Sunday by the Rev. Aubrey G. Walton of New Orleans, bishop of the Louisiana area of the South Central Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church. The Rev. Hubert A. Gibbs, pastor, announced that Jaycees Send Six To Meeting Four Lake Charles Jaycees and two Jaycee Jayncs will leave Sunday for Dallas, Tex., to attend the week-long convention of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. Attending from Lake Charles are Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shaheen; Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Landry; Lagrand Morgan and Charles A. Landry. Landry, a past Lake Charles and state president is serving as chairman of the nominating committee for the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. Highlight of the convention, In addition to the daily business sessions, will be the Parade of States through downtown Dallas. Louisiana will march number one in the parade as the top Jaycee state in the nation. Ovar 12,000 delegates from throughout the nation arc expected to attend the convention. ihe P ul P u an d Pulpit furxUlure will be presented and dedicated al the church by Mrs. Tom Taylor in memory of her late husband. The homecoming cele- bralion is expected to draw a large number of former members and friends. In 1961, the council-m a y o r form of city government was adopted in Lake Charles. WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Barry Goldwatcr of Arizona on Friday captured the last 14 Republican National Convention delegates to be chosen, boosting his front-running total of 694. If he hangs on to them between now and the roll call at the convention, Goldwater will have more than the 655 needed for a first-ballot victory, according to the Associated Press survey of delegates. The last of the 1,308 GOP delegates were chosen in Montana on Friday and, as expected, all are favorable to Goldwater. That left the AP survey of first- ballot votes, based on primary commitments, pledges, instructions, and stated preference, reading this way: Goldwater 694 Gov. William W. Scranton 138 Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller 105 Henry Cabot Lodge • 45 Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard M. Nixon 8 Favorite sons 84 Uncommitted .' 219 MSC Nurse To Attend Institute Mrs. Mabel Lofton, assistant in nursing at McNeese State College, will take part in a maternal and child health nursing institute, June 22-26, at Aidmore Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. Some 40 faculty members of baccalaureate and higher degree nursing programs from throughout the South are expected to participate in the institute. The Emory University School of Nursing and the Southern Regional Education Board council on collegiate education for nursing will co-sponsot the event, as a follow-up to an institute held at Emory last summer. Support for the institute comes from a grant of the Children's Bureau, U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Attorneys Want Ruby In Hospital DALLAS (AP) - Attorneys for Jack Ruby said Friday they will seek immediate local hospitalization for treatment of his mental condition following a sudden examination by an Oklahoma psychiatrist. Clayton Fowler, Ruby's chief counsel, said the defense lawyers will urge the stale and the courts to agree to hospitalize the former night club operator while his appeal is carried out. Telephone Official Addresses A of C LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA TEMPERATURES Temperature Friday (7 p.m.) n Maximum yesterday (1:30 p.m.) ....90 Relative Humidity (» p.m.) 83 Rainfall yesterday Trace Suiuet today 7:17 p.m. sunrise tomorrow JMJ a.m. Sea level pressure {» p.m.) 30.04 Tides today: Low, 7:IS a.m., 1.2; High, 10:01 a.m., 14» Low, 6:30 p.m., -o.J. Tomorrow. High, 1:11 a.m., 1.8; Low, 8:28 a.m., l.J; High, 10:18 a.m., 1.3; Low, 6:53 p.m., >0.4. The fjrst court house for Cal- \ In April, 1813, the Lafittes „„:-.. r.—!-i. ,- .,, , „. i ^^ Jj roU g| lt t() trja j f()r v j ola casieu Parish was built at Marion, a high bluff about six miles up the river from Lake Charles. tion of U. S. revenue laws, but no convictions were obtained. SULPHUR (Spl.)-L. R. Newman, local manager of Southern Bell Telephone Co., was the guest speaker at the semi-, monthly luncheon meeting of the! West Calcasieu Association of Commerce Thursday. He listed several improvements underway in the area and touched briefly on what he termed the "science fiction" portion of the telephone industry. The chief improvements locally are the new central office in Maplewood which will cost approximately $l-million and the installation of the Centrux system in the industrial complex in West Calcasieu. Essentially a central office alt their own is the Centrux installation at the Cities Service plants. Outside calls can be dialed directly into the plants instead of going through an operator. The new system goes into operation Saturday. Included in the project is Southern Bell's first installation of touch tone or "pushbutton" dialing. Numbers are punched, similar to those on an adding machine, instead of dialed. Newman said pushbutton dialing will be available to anyone who desires it within two years. The innovation cuts down dialing errors, he said. During the question and answer session, Newman was asked when Sulphur would get the direct dialing system. He said he has requested funds for the project which would cost some $300,000 but he docs not know when it will be approved. In other action, the board elected Vernon Meyer of West Dollas'New Courthouse Hit by Fire DALLAS (AP) - Dallas County's new 12 - story court house had its completion set back, possibly months, Friday by a fire that broke out on the eighth floor. The blaze of undetermined origin raged over two hours and j destroyed thousands of dollars worth of construction and building equipment. Big steel beams, still uncovered, buckled in the roaring flames. Lake who is associated with D. W. Jesscn engineers, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of C. II. DeLaney of West Lake. Stephens Tells Of Position In Groh Firing Clyde Stephens, new president of the Lake Charles dock board, spoke out Friday against the impression that he was "solely responsible" for the decision that, the contract of Port Director John It. Groh will not be renewed when it expires July in. Stephens said "the dock board is composed of five members and no one man can dismiss anyone from any position." He said the decision not to renew Groh's contract was "the unanimous action of the four board members present" at the meeting at which he was elected president. He said he wished to emphasize that his election and the Groh contract matter were coincidental. "If the papers will only print exactly what takes place," Stephens said Friday, "and place the responsibility of the dock board on the entire membership, then no one will be misunderstood." Stephens also said that "it is my intention, as president of the dock board, to have a meeting of all members early next week." He did not fix the day and hour in his statement Friday. The announcement of Groh's impending dismissal was made after a closed meeting of the | board June 10, the first attend; ed by Stephens after new Louisi iana Gov. John J. McKeithen appointed Stephens and Joe Barbour to the board. Both were McKeithen campaign leaders. Barbour was not present at the meeting. Members present and announced as approving the decision not to renew Groh's contract were Stephens; Pat H. Chaffin, who, it was announced, stepped down as president and asked the board to elect Stephens; T. K. Stitzlein and L. D. Mann. SAT., JUNE 20, 1964, Lake Charles American Press (f Moss Bluff And Gillis Firemen Given Charter The Moss BMf-Oillis Volunteer Fire Department was pre- s e n t e d its charter Saturday night at Sam Houston High School in brief ceremonies. Claudius Mayo, president of the Moss Bluff Civitan club, which sponsored the community campaign to mold a volunteer fire fighting outfit, presented the charter to Richard Cormier, president of the volunteers, at their first official meeting since filing articles of in- corporation earlier this week. Seven charter members of the company will*receive their firefighting course diplomas next Friday night, on completion of a course at Sowela Tech. They are Robert Bailey, Martin J. Ballard, Mack Duggan, Evans Hebert, Vernon Sarver, Chief Charles Impastato and Cormier. Among the guests introduced wore Johnny Caldarera, Ward • 3 police juror; Larry Stephen; son, national Civil Defense president and Area director; and Wilmer S. Guillory. Others participating in the ceremony were Albert H o 1- lingshead, Duggan and Hebert. Cormier told the audience: "We want direction from our membership, and irjvite all our neighbors to join." BOTTOMS UP LIGHTEST KENTUCKY BOURBON 5TH SEAGRAM f* **i[pt t Seagrams EdraPr) < * FULL QUART HEAVEN HILL RARE CHARCOAL FILTERED BOURBON 7 Years Old 90 Proof Rahbany Bros. "77?e Wine Center" 1303 Ryan HE 9-4852 nnouncing the OPENING of CO. 3305 RYAN ST. Authorized Dealer for C. G. CONN BAND INSTRUMENTS ARTLEY FLUTES GIBSON GUITARS OPENING DAY ~ SPECIALS! CONN STARLINE BATONS, reg. 5.95, now CLARINET REEDS 5 for VALVE AND SLIDE OIL CHAMOIS CLARINET SWAB GUITAR PICKS 3 for MAPES STRINGS SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER! 40 New Gibson Guitars to choose from 120 CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE TRIAL-RENTAL ON SCHOOL INSTRUMENTS BUTLER BAND INSTRUMENT CO. Repair Services BAND INSTRUMENTS AND STRING INSTRUMENTS COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES 3305 RYAN ST t LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA t PHONE 477-2962

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