Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 23, 1964 · Page 2
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2 TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1964, lake Charles American Press u 11 i- '" - - — MsAreOpen Mystery in Disappearance Sn Nationwide \ ' x . ' t rr Youth Program Or Rights Trio Deepens Applicalions for jobs in the I PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) they drove to Philadelphia, re- , probably is nothing more than a -- - - • ...... proposed nationwide network of| the Y o u t. h Opportunity Programs arc now available at the i Lake Charles area office of the Louisiana Service. Slate Employment Richard L. Brooks, manager, s.'iid the proposed network will coordinate nil activities for assisting unemployed youth, es- -Mystcry deepened today in i portedly to see the ruins of a i publicity stunt in connection with £!L sl ™?! Disappearance , ot ! Negro church that burned last, p h j ae ^f wTarM ^'^ '" *" The sheriff said he understood Sunday night after paying a , U P a board meeting. pecifllly (lisvged youth speeding fine in this east cen-! officers stopped the three Ira! Mississippi town. Sunday and chFa ' rged lhcm wllh The FBI and the Mississippi speeding. They were let go after ' pressed a ' I)cin 8 "^ in jail several hours. ) white per- Cnent -y P a M a #0 fine. wife was not in Meri- In New York, James Farmer, national dircctot of the Con- i a full probe of the "possibility that they are being held against their will or that they are otherwise being deprived of their civil rights." The Mississippi Highway Patrol was ordered to do everything it could to help the search. scardl f " r lhc gress of Racial Equality, called for an air nncl (.'round search f - . , Sheriff's deputies said they by the Meridian Naval Air Sta- Bram. ; 1< "£, w ;y J of summer volunteers released them about 10:30 p.m. I lion. Qualifying examinations for I ™" g to reform this state P°-1A spokesman for the Neshobn applicants will be given at 9 j mica --y- , County sheriff's office said a pa- CONTINUED HOT — Louisiana weather will continue hoi with isolated showers and ihundershowers are expected tonighl over parts of the mid-Mississippi valley and the southern Atlantic coasial states. Warm temperatures will continue over the Atlantic coastal states. Warmer readings are expected in the Great Basin and central and southern Plateau. It will be cooler over the northern Plateau. Little temperature change is expected elsewhere. (AP Wirepholo Map). a.m. Saturday at the local of- Missing were Andv Goodman > lr ° l car followed the workers f i *•>/•» 1 AID rTfi! ilim-ninn T>}.,A -_ •__.. __y 1 *>r>n* in M*%1 U1 *._!._ i- . 1. . fice, 1028 Enterprise Blvd. 'several blocks to make sure The Council of Federated Organizations, one of the groups spearheading the summer drive, '° ° were not means physically OBITUARIES LOCAL WEATHER Brooks said 2,000 qualified ! both of New York c'ty With the y «ot out of town all right." f lcl , D f ausec lh ^ lh ^« wcr( ! workers are needed. The two i them was Jame? Chenev 22 a A u , .-, 'heard from Sunday "that m types of positions to be filled Eo men S of t e ConSss A§ h ° pased Wlthoul ™* hav ™ '' becn ^ sl are. counselor aides and youth ^ ^liT E ua.?ty tm°K advisors. Persons selected w Han be given instruction in counsel- j "' jig, advising and working with' Tlfey came here Saturday aft, disadvan aged youth. Counselor aide applicants must be college graduates, pref- 8'™PS ^ » search. ,,... dolnhh Kda \ n In Wash- Lawrence G. Rainey, tobacco- ington, Edwin 0. Outhman, Jusei a week ^s orientation course j chewing sheriff here, told news- tice Department information of- for the Mississippi "Freedom mcn he feels thc disappearance fleer, said the FBI was making ° Summer Project" in Oxford,, erably having*majored in'coun- O- 1 ' 0 - Other workers spread over! seling, psychology, social work, i the state during the weekend to i education, sociology or some re- launch voter registration drives lated field. Applicants chosen and advise Negro citizens of MRS. JESSE AMY .Rogers of DeRidder, Mrs. Ely , Tompwa , ureT !Si«« ( V. u ^ M will bc fiiven ' about ,„ wecks their rights Dubois of Leesville- and Mrs. - overnight LOW <s:io o.m.i 72 .""• IJL 8-ven aooui lu weeks' ••»-•• 'iK"is>. Ed Priiill of Singer; nine broth- j lf.r.lr.V»Md. r r<»"i" .ri:::::::« inslruclion .]» a "carby college ' wuh ors Willin W-iltv Arthur Cm- : Roin !°" »-" )0 v None;• or university between July 15 *. i .>» * v j 11 n_, iv ci i ix. i, j \i 111111 , v.tui j Rolnfoll vostirddv > -. Nons ; i o i i don, Cecil and Floyd Burge, Mother Says She Mrs. Evelyn Moore Amy, -H. of 718 Manuel Road, died at 2 a.m. today in a local hospital. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church. Burial will be in Hayes " ^ a ™ Ql Cemetery under the direction of godchildren. Hixson Funeral Home. A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today in the funeral home chapel. Mrs. Amy u;> ; a native ol Hayes. Survivors arr hr-r husband. Jesse Amy; one brother, Duffie Moore of Haves; and three at the wheel Sunrise tomorrow 5:13 a.m. and Andv, Ernest i Sea Iml prcuure (9 a.m.) 30.05 Tlttei lodoy: Low 7:47 p.m., -0.5. Tomorrow: High 3:05 a.m.. 3,0; Low :1i p.m., -O.S. Lloyd Surge, all of Singer; :2 grandchildren; and 12 great- MRS. GLORIA STANTON injunction Favors LC Businessman An injunction to prevent a sheriff's sale scheduled for July 3 was granted to Manny Sachs, sisters, Mrs. J. C. Derouen of Firs7VenteV'("slai' l anircn ll \vi't'h 1ocal bllsin cssman, by Judge Port Arthur, Tex., and Mrs. tno ' R(<v j g Buroes pastor Ccc ". Cl ! trer of tllc 14m Judici- A 1 1 J A» -T 1 ..„„_,.„ _ _ J \ I .. ., _ ~'_ ' ' '. . Q * ' J '' ' «--, I I'M ••*it*tttl /^isi nil HRQUINCY (Spl.l - Fnnernl services were to be held at 3 p.m. today for Mrs. C 1 oj i :•) Cleveland Stanton 73. who' died at 9:15 a.m. Monday in a La- taycllc hospital. Riles will be hold from the and September 14. Youth advisor not be college graduates, Brooks said. However, they must be over 21 and all must possess the interest, special aptitudes, motivation and dedication necessary for this type work, j Brooks said all application j forms and other informative i materials are available at the local office. Sentencing Of Texan Is July 20 NEW YORK (APl-The moth- psychologist. Her husband is a er of one of twu New Yorkers civil engineer. reported missing from a civil 1 rights task force in Mississippi ; says she is "very frightened." Mrs. Robert \V. Goodman said i Monday night "Mississippi is a She said the parents of students in the Mississippi task force have formed a "Parents Emergency Committee for Federal Protection of Students in A Texas man, taken into cus- Mil.. 1 -\l'\. il. ij. LHIIUC.1, U1.MUI , . „. . . _ Alldan Granger, and Mrs officiating. Assisting will be thc , aloDl f l ™t Court Jo s e p h Bull, both of Lake H CV i crrv Abadalla pastor of i Sacns - required to put up a "•—'••- , np 'narpcr United Pentecostal, $5,000 bond upon being granted Charles. Church MRS. EDGAR DEROUEN Burial will be in Hvatt Ceme- , t " e injunction, is seeking to pre- ent ache-Locke Securities, - . . . v . •>-.•---" -M r -*< i *r _.«w w •.. -. j.JUi in I \> Jll (JU III J 1 V cif I H,HIC" T t ' \ HAYES (Spl.)-Funeral sorv- irrv. Fields, under direction of !"?•• from carrying out a slier ices for Mrs. Aurelia McAllis- Hixson Funera! Home of Lake '' s sale 0 , f , some ufour , autom °- strange land where anything! the Mississippi Summer Proj- could happen," ject" and will protest the "lack Her son. Andrew, 20, a junior | of law and order in Mississippi" ,,.,,....,, , - Queens College; Michael to Hie U.S. Justice Department, tody in Mississippi, pleaded guil-1 Schwenier, 2-1, of Brooklyn and The missing trio arrived in ty to charges of burglary and James Cheney. 22, a Negro from ; Mississippi Saturday from Ox- ilhert in 14th Judicial District j Meridian, Miss., disappeared | ford. Ohio. They were stopped Court proceedings Monday aft-(Sunday night. i Sunday by officers in Philadel- Schwerner and Goodman were! phia. Miss., on a charge of f!lin4rtrl ••itiVi tt^n O4.irln.tl XT n .•* I ,-..,«„ ,1 I „— 1 1_1* ''If- < ernoon. ! David Issac Downs, 26, of 1 Houston was arrested by officers in Fayette, Miss., on information applied by the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department. affiliated with the Student Non- j speeding, held in jail for several violent Coordinating Committee hours and released after Cheney and the Congress of Racial' paid a $20 fine. Equality, which are cooperating j Since then, they have not been ter Derouen, 71, will be held at Charles. 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Dan- M rs. Stanton was a native of iel Catholic Church here. DeQuincy and a member of the Burial will be in Lorraine First United Pentecostal Cemetery in Hayes with the llix- Church son Funeral Home of Welsh in charge. Mrs. Derouen. a native of Grand Lake, died at 6:15 p.m Monday in Welsh General Hospital. Survivors are her husband, Edgar Derouen: one sun. E. VY. c , , ,„ . ..., Derouen of Laia.ve.te; two Slarks: 13 granuch.ldren; daughters, Mrs. Otis De s o r- meaux of Lake Ch a r 1 e s and Mrs. R. W. Howard of Welsh: one sister, Mrs. T. D. Hebert of Grand Lake; nine grandchildren ?!id five great-grandchildren. biles seized by right of a judg- ; An effort will be made to The body is at the home of a swer j n that injunctive action, i The Calcasieu Parish Police sister, Mrs. ^Frances Pender, 30! Sachs operates the Louisiana Jury voted during a special ,- ,. -A,rv.. ... p a j n t anc j Body Shop, 725 First : meeting Monday to trade the blacktoppcd highway for the shell road which runs east from Luke Ellender's store at Car- ls.ss. in the Mississippi project. i heard from. Schwerner, a former settle- The Texan was charged withjment house worker, went to in their' favor ! trade 'a'^taleVnvVmtained'road i? reak . ! "6 the . winciow of a » au ' Philadelphia,. Miss with his in the Carlvss area for old I tomoD - le and removing clothing wife, Rita, six months ago to 'and jewelry valued at $1,203. open one of the first community The car was parked at a local i centers for Negroes in Missis- motel when the burglary andjsippi. His parents live in Pel- The injunction is for 10 days, | U.S. 90 (Spanish Trail) which during which time thc securi- : > s now maintained by the parties company is to give its an-; i Center St., DeQuincy OihtT survivors a;-e t\vo sons, Ave. Thomas Ray and William E. Stanton. both of Carencro; a sister, Mrs. Nora Stanley of and nine great-grandchildren. theft occurred, according to the! ham, Westchestci County, N.Y. sheriff's department. i He attended Cornell and Co- llumbia universities. Judge Clement Moss set July Goodman is an anthropology 20 as the sentencing date for . student at Q ueens Colk , gL> He SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 Louis P Lykes Ship Makes Record Crossing * " ' The New Orleans-built S.S. ' 000 to repair the old "highway MRS. MAP.Y WHATLY Aimee L >' kes has established a which is in need of maintenance. speed record between Durban, , The parish assumed the main- Downs A pre-sentence investigation J had arrived in Meridian only 24' tiay service, hours before ARRANGED BY PHONE Arrange your loan by phone. Pick up the cash at your convenience. No co-slffners. Same ; 4 said it would cost about $100,- Beglis of Ward i was ordered for John Comeaux. , wlth Ollt Schwerner , and 17, of 3201 Reidway St. who! pleaded guilty to a against nature ' crime .. "™ s . wa f "thing he bo- i lleved In deeply," Goodman's said. "We supported 24-Monlh Plan You G«l Mo. Pmt S 60.00 — S 5.00 5353.59 — KOOO M34.O - S3500 S983.SJ — 55-100 30-Month Plan Y .u Cit. Mo. Pml 51036.00 — $47.00 SU3?.M _ UI.OO (U18.00 - S74.M Sl?61.00 - J8».00 EDGERLY (Spl.) - Funeral' South Africa, and the U.S. Gulf, i tenan'ce of"oid"u"s"9o"when'The i Sentencin 8 fur Comeaux was him fully." services for Mrs. Mary Azama officials of Lykes Bros. Steam- slate took over the Houston Riv-S also set for July 20 ' Mrs> Gooclman ls a practicing Whatly, 70, of Edgerly were to ship Co., Inc.. owners of the er Road which was later black- Above payments include ALL chargej DIAl FINANCE CO. Dial 433-M34 41S RYAN ST. pin A " 1 s •! * YOU! MORTGAGE A Woodmen of tht World Tw-W»y Mortgag« Protection Plan wn pro- w'd« cish for one of the fliwit gifts • man can leave Ms family.a tontt, free and clear. You also get the added protection of permanent life insurance that will continue even after your mortgage is paid. • Make a quick call today. Find out the low cc*t in your cast trxi get the full story on Woodmen cf the World's outstanding program of fraternal and social benefits. AMOS L. SAVOY f. I. C. Field Representative 3JU McKfnlty Strut Lake Charles/ La. Phona: <77-4Hl .OUCf,. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD HIE IISUItlCE SOCIE1V • HMI Oilicl Onihi. fell •THE FAMILY FRATERNITY" Hixaon Funeral Home of Sulphur was in ch;irge of arrange- SILAS HARPER DERIDDER i.-"n!.i — Funeral services were ty be at 2 p.m today for Silas Harper, 53, who died at 11 a.m. Monday. Rites will be held from the Shiloh Baptist Church with the t | le ' Revs. Max Stracener, Herman •(,,. Moses and Eve-en Cooley officiating. Burial will bf 1:1 the church cemetery under direction oi Hix- , son Funeral llnirit:. He is survived by three broth- A favorite food of th« Eski- ers, Mitchell, Howard and Ah- mn» on Banks Island is TV dip ner Harper, all of DeRidder: ners. The Canadian Arctic na- and three sisu---, Mrs. Abbie, lives store the meals in a con- Hall of East Orange, .N.J , venient deepfreeze—a hole in the Mrs. Lloyd Strickland of Xeu frozen ground. Orleans and Mrs. Cammie Jean Newton of Lake Charles. MRS. HOWARD Mrs. Virginia Crabill Hu'Aar'i 56, of 6oO S. Ryan St. died this morning in a local nursing home Local funeral services will be held at 5 p.m, today in the Hixson Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Everett Phillips, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. will officiate. The body will he taken by the funeral home v> (.Y<--.-Kt!i. Tex for additional sen ices at 2 p ;i: Wednesday. Mrs. Howard, « natue uf Warn. Tex was a nn-niSjt-r of the Fust Presbyierkn Church. Survivors are two amiU, M. r > Kathleen Newland of Lake Charles arid Mrs-. Lelia Cornish of Beaumont. Tex.; and three cousins, John R Newland. Mr- I^eiia Drake a.'id (,'iiaries W Ne*land al' -i. 1 h-kc (.'harli-- MRS. W. B. PRICE SINGER i.S[,! - Kujiera. service* fi.-J Mis Ji-ya \J->: Price, 72. of Singei. will be at 3 30 p.m. Wt'jrit-jrjav. Mrs. Price died atY.'iO a rn Monday in a Lake Charles hospital .Sm-ic/Pi-niJtrhVi/i <'i.:"r •''.•,:••: be at in p.m. today at th<> Bap- ship, announced today. iist church her-j. Built by Avondnle Shipyard. 1 -, T'<c Flev. 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