Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 25, 1964 · Page 10
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JQTHURS., JUNE 25, 1964, Loke Charles Americon Red Cross Unit Elects Officers Election of officers and cele-1 safety demonstration was con- brat ion of 50 years of water! ducted by Anne Tyler and Bobby- safety service highlighted the! Gauthreaux. The two are. the annual membership meeting of 1964-65 co-chairmen for water the American Red Cross here safety. Wednesday night. . | Board members named at the The falcasieu - C a m e r o n j meeting were: chapter of the group named T. j For a second three-year term, R. Mines chairman, replacing i expiring in 19G7-M y r o n La- Edward W. Midlam. . Fartuie, Mrs. L. D. McClatchey, Other new officers are: Gor- j Alcee F. Maxfield, Midlam, and don L. Gano, vice chairman;'Frederick C. Bonsack, all from U. E. Hackett, secretary; and ; Lake Charles and Sulphur. Alien J. Rhorer, treasurer. ! For a first three-year term. Raymond E. Chavanne has! expiring in 1967—Mrs. J. W. been the water safety chairman i Bartlelt, William D. Blake, For- from 1961 to 1964. In commem- \ est Gaspard, Dr. R o b e r t C. orating the long length of water j Looney, Mrs. E. W. Midlam, safety service, a dry-land water William P. Phelps, Roy Price, land Mrs. Adrian H. Spencer, all from Lake Charles and Sulphur. ; Also H. L. Ryder, Iowa; W. A. | Hanna, Vinton; Howard Cox, Grand Lake; and Mrs. Emma Nunez, Grand Chenier. Rabbi John Rosenblatt was elected for his first full term. He was originally appointed to fill the unexpired second term ! of Rabbi Jerome Mark. The | Rev. Robert Shreve was named LEESVILLE (SpU - Plans'from the Hayes-Bell City area for an auction sale barn in Lees- for a first term, ville will be determined by the j Certificates of appreciat i o n cattle owners and business men; were given to Midlam for his of Vernon Parish at a meeting! leadership during the past year T. R. H1NES Chairman ALLEN RHORER Treasurer Auction Barn is Discussed In Leesville at 7 p.m., Friday, in the parish courtroom. The meeting is called by a temporary committee headed by W. H. Morris and the county agent's office; and some 3,000 and to Mrs. Charles W. Hebert of Sweet Lake for service as a board member for six years, as a member of the executive committee for four years and as a fund chairman for her commu- GORDON GANO Vice Chairman U. E. HACKETT Secretary letters, as well as radio and nitv for seve " years, newspaper publicity, are given j ^ 25-year pin was given to to the meeting in "order to in-! Mrs - Joiln S ' Weitz. She was the sure a representative group. ' organizer of the Gray Ladies Cattle sales in the parish 1 when Che pnau'f Air Force Base amount to at least a million do!-1 w ~ s , reacti yated in 1951. lars a year, and are adequate I T |ie meeUng was conducted by but must have the full support ' ^airman Midlam, the invoca- of all stockmen, Morris said. i * lon , glv ! n ^ tlheT , RevL - Richard Propositions to be considered Copeland, First Presbyter i a n THRIFTY! You will wonl to take ad vantage of Press Wont flfo. Aides Given Word On Policy in Asia WASHINGTON TAP) - President Johnson has passed the word to aides that along with the assignment of his new top command team to South Viet Nam, he wants the whole U.S. mission in Saigon beefed up as much as possible. In taking a new look at the Southeast Asian crisis because of the resignation of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Johnson is said to have determined that the time has come for the United States to make a major effort, as some officials phrase it, "to turn the war around." Some (op authorities believe the firm leadership of South Vietnamese president, Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, is beginning to show results, that improved U.S. techniques in training South Vietnamese forces is also showing results and that the ill effects in disorder and damaged morale of the political upheavals of last fall and winter are beginning to be overcome. President Johnson, it is understood, had expected that Lodge, the kingpin of the U.S. organization and effort in South Viet Nam, would remain on the job until August. But Lodge decided for what he has called purely personal reasons that he had to leave almost at once. He said he wanted to help Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton in his effort to win the GOP presidential nomination. Johnson an- nounced Tuesday the acceptance of the resignation which Lodge submitted last Friday. At the same time, and according to a principle that had previously been adopted that there should be no gap between Lodge and his successor, Johnson announced an unprecedented combination of talents and experience would be sent into the U.S. Embassy at Saigon— with Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, leaving the chairmanship of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to become ambassador, and Deputy Undersecretary of State U. Alexis Johnson to become deputy ambassador. Already on the scene was Lt. Gen. William C. Westmoreland, who a few days earlier had taken over as chief of U.S. military forces from Gen. Paul D. Harkins. Well-informed officials now say that a new and probably "big name" director of U.S. economic assistance also will be sent to Saigon on top of a routine change of personnel which was already scheduled. Joseph L. Brent, director of the aid mission, is being replaced by Stuart H. Van Dyke, formerly a director in Turkey. Both men are long experienced in foreign aid operations overseas and both rank high in their agency, according to officials here. Church, and the benediction giv- ! en by Father Shreve, St. John No Report Date Set On JFK Slaying at the meeting include: The organization of a corpora- ... - .-, .. .. _, -- ---. --•••; tion to lease or buy the former ; i fe !' ney Catholln Church m Bel1 Brabham's Auction Sales barn £ a , , „, , _. . „ V. S. Highway 171 south of town J he % ake Charles Clvlc s >' m Whether to" accept a new five-1 f"? n L!l[ mg 1 ua rf e "e - Sam- acre site adjoining the West f 1 Terran °va, Florence Rush- Louisiana Forestry Festival npe j- Janis Pease and Richard Grounds which Nona Mills Co. ! , P ff he ~ P««ented the music offers free as a site for an auc- fo! the meeUn &- tion barn; Or to consider organizing a corporation with $50,000 paid in stock in order to have adequate working capital and to lease the Brabham barn for one year with an option to purchase. vShares of stock will be $25; each, with all money put in es- i crow in a local bank. If, forj WASHINGTON (AP) — The any reason, an acceptable con- i Warren commission described tract is not completed, the mon-! as unfounded Wednesday re- ey will be returned in full, Mor- : < ports it is about to publish its ris said. i findings in the investigation of The only value of the barn John F. Kennedy's assassina- lies in its economic value to the j tion. parish, the temporary board 1 "The commission has learned agreed. • O f published reports to the ef- The purpose of the Friday feet that the report of the corn- night meeting is to get the full mission will be published within participation of the cattlemen the next few days," the com- and businessmen who will bene- mission said in a statement, fit from a local market. Every ' "The commission wishes to an- man who expects to sell live- nounce that these reports are stock or to benefit directly or unfounded." indirectly from the sale should It gave no indication when attend the meeting, committee j the report would be made pub- members agreed. , lie. |i * i JACKSON, Miss. (API - Alabama Gov. George Wallace j brings his movement for un- j pledged presidential electors to Mississippi today. Wallace, who will arrive in midafternoon, is scheduled to j speak at 7:30 p.m. in the Mis-; sissippi Coliseum here. j Wallace heads a move for electors not pledged to the national Democratic Party candidate in hopes of giving the South some bargaining power i in the electoral college and pos- j ! sibly influencing the outcome of j i the election. { j Moves are under way in sev- j I eral southern states. Alabama .' i voters already have chosen a I ! slate of unpledged Democratic j ' electors. | Mississippi Gov. Paul John- ''• son wrote his Colonels and urged them to "come and bring a carload with you." ' Johnson an.d his wife and other state officials will join Gov. and Mrs. Wallace on the speak- ; er's platform. i Wallace's visit is sponsored by j the Southern Committee to Help I Elect the next President of the i United States, a Jackson-based ! organization. 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