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Wire Service of Associated Press Lake Charles iMttROFj'LU SERVICE & SAUS CO* jp.-b/BOX 8066 4924 COLE AVt;. DALLAS, TBXAS CM? PARTLY CLOUDY Partly cloudy and wartft Ihrnugh Saturday with s c «{»•••- tercel afternoon and eve'nlnf-. thundcrshnwflrs. Low tonight; 72. High Saturday 92. f,ako: Very low bacteria cannf STATE EDITION 5 CENTS LAKE CHARLES, LA,, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1964 18 PAGES NUMBER 23,74* $200,000 Bond Sale Is Schedu Former CIA Chief Sees No 'Explosion 7 in Mississippi PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) —Presidential fad-finder Allen Dulles says he doesn't see "any likely explosion" in this Deep South state over I he baffling disappearance of three civil rights workers, U.S. sailors joined stale and federal officers again today to comb (his east-central Mississippi area for any clues to the trio, missing since last. Sunday, j President Johnson ordered the ] j sailors from the nearby Meridi-i ; an Naval Air Auxiliary Station j to join the search late Thursday. : One hundred sailors learner! with FBI agents and Mississip- j pi highway patrolmen lo wallow I knee - deep in . mud through j snake-infested swamps. Another j 100 sailors were on standby duty at their base. Michael Schwerner, 24, and Andrew Goodman, 21, holh of New York City, and James Chaney, 22, a Meridian Negro, were last seen Sunday night when released from jail here after paying a speeding fine. The only clue to their mysterious disappearance was the find- House Returns For Rare Friday Session RATON ROUGE (AP) - The, The Senate's return late Mon- House returned today for an un- day will give the. Senate Finance usual session in a last ditch ef-'Committee a chance to hold fort to save its own bills in this daylong hearings on Gov. John 60-day legislature McKeithen's $572.4 million gen- The House session began at, era! appropriations bill. The committee ' headed by- ing Tuesday of their burned-out station wagon 17 miles northeast of Philadelphia. Dulles, former director of the ! Central Intelligence Agency,' was expected to brief President i Johnson today on his mission to i Mississippi. Dulles returned late j Thursday night to Washington: alter two days in this state. "I don't see any likely explosion," Dulles told an impromptu airport news conference in Washington. He hastened to add:- "The situation requires careful handling." Dulles, who did not come to j Philadelphia, sa>d the search j for Schwerner, Goodman and i Chancy "is in good competent j hands." Before leaving the slate h met at Jackson for 90 minutes 9:.in a.m. hearings. Gov. McKeithen's desk days before the session July 4, Independence (1 '" "° U Requests for more than $2.<i The legislature rarely works million in added spending were on Friday. The Senale x quif for, laid before the Senate Finance the weekend Thursday, and will i Committee in open hearings return at 5 p.m. Monday. 'Wednesday and Thursday. CHAFFIN SAYS Board Polled For Groh 'Vote' "The president polled I h e • lion to offer me the position —-,-. - -...,...«,,.., ..„.,„..., board" before the decision was' °' general manager and direc- Parish, an administration floor *.. i_ . , i , i ,-.1 * . ! fnr nf iraffin' " JpflHpr u/arnorl tha rtnncunT GVi_ Sen. B. B. Rayburn, Bogalusa, with slate civil rights leaders | took all under study, and is ex and again conferred with Gov. j pected to vote on them later. Rayburn has said he will try lo >. „,,., ,,„.„., get the money bill back to the ' ers who met with Dulles later Funds Sought For Ward 3 Fire Equipment Ward .'{ mombors of the Calcasiru Parish Polico Jury voted Thursrlriy afternoon to sell $'5)0,000 in bonds for DIP pun-liasc of (wo fully-equipped fire trucks and the installation of 5J additional fire hydrants in the district. The $:!()(),000 bond issue was approved by property owners in the district in April 1963 but the'bonds had LLTA Chapter Is Formed in DeRidder 'a;il B. Johnson. Two of (he civil rights lead- i Senate floor after Monday's asked for a persona! meeting ' with President Johnson lo clis : A ,i , , ... . . cuss the racial situation in this; All money bills must be on j ,.,,„ ' — ---.- - - - , SlctlC. ; y e j "Negroes now feel a kind of ends. f rus t ra tiQfi never experienced before," Aaron Henry of Clarks- Such bills must get into the Senate to spend three legislative days there In receive final legislative action. HELLO. PRINCESS—The new American Dairy Princess, Wilma Lea Blevius of Harrison, Ark., was welcomed by Teryl Trenchard, 3, of Meiairie, La., when she arrived in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday. Miss Blevins will make a few appearances in Arkansas and then start her duties as a representative of the American Dairy Association. Teryl was visiting his grandmother and took part in Ihe airport greeting, (AP Wirephoto). dale and Charles Evers of Jack- made by the Lake Charles dock j tor of traffic 'board not to renew the contract! He was further told by Ste- of John HCroh. port director.. phcns .., hal j nol give lhcm P. H Chaffm, board member the decision at (hat lime bul and former president of I h e wail until Julv 15." board, said today. "f assumed (hat son said in a telegram to the : While House. Henry is state president of the National Association for Ihe Ad-! The House rejected 8-82 Thurs- i vancement of Colored P e o pie., day a motion by Rep. Ford Stin-1 Evers, brother of lhe late Med- : son. Bossier Parish, to adjourn gar Evers,. who was slain by: until 2 p.m. vSunday, instead of a sniper a year ago, is the i today. I organization's field secretary. • j At Meridian, James Farmer, ; Rep. Lantz Womack, Franklin national director of the Con- < jrish, an administration floor gress of Racial Equality, ex- leader, warned the unusual Fri- • . . . day session was necessary or lawmakers would return next find most of their bills Three Bills Get Push in Congress DKRIDDKR (Spl.i ~ The initial meeting to form a Be.'iiire- Rard parish chanter of lhe Lovely Louisiana Tnnrisl Association was held at Ihe War Memorial Civic Center More Tluirsdny. Principal business was forma- lion of the chapter and election of officers. Officers are Louis Rlankcn- baker, president; Mrs. H. L. Terry, first vice president; Mrs. Mark Lewis, second vice prcsi- f , dent: Mrs. G. C. Van Ncstc. e .secretary; and Mrs. L. (!. Lee, not been sold because the voters failed to approve a maintenance tax for the district. In another election held June Hi, the properly owners approved the three- mill maintenance tax. Formal action will he taken al lhe regular police jury vnecl- inR on July 7 and a date set fur receiving bids op. the bonds. The !wo major questions yet lo be resolved hy the j u r o r s are: Who will pay the yearly rental and maintenance eosls of Ihe fire hydrants and will the hydrants be installed nn a straight, rental system nr an installation cost plus rental system? Frank ConloK general manager of the G r e a t e r Lake cedl Middle-Ion of DeR.d- der, president of the slate group, attended and explained the pur- WASHINGTON (AP) - In an bill Tuesday early summer drive to get things done, Congress Rave these pieces of legislation a push forward Thursday: Mass Transit—Bv a 212 lo 189 Wednesday. i-/.ing a parish chapter of LLTA. It was decided that the offi- Charles Water Co., told the jurors il would cost $525 to $550 hydrant installed in the district. In addition, (hero, would he a yearly operation and maintenance charge of approximately $50 per hydrant. W. J. (Bill) Rosleol, president of the police jury, asked Con- lois if it worn true that the C "- v " f " . , * f ' pressed concern about the na- - een lure and progress of the mvesti- voU ,, t i K , House passed a bill to, aid slasher. Rep. Otto E. Pass- Aid — Thtt House Appropria-' cers would compose a hoard of lions Committee cut $200 mil-' directors. serve as parish and Charles payed on- lion from President Johnson's i .$.') 5-billion foreign aid authorization request, but a perennial ly a rental fee of $50 per ye.ir Blankenbaker is lo and the water company made liaison between the tne installation of hydrants without charge. Conlois said this was t h e . .... said he fe get out of the House, j required for other civil rights McKeithen's anti-dead- i workers throughout the state - ; "that's whv we called for' Gov. heads bill, aimed at uncovering provide ipTfi million in federal ; man. D-Ui. promised to lead a aid to cities that have transit ; fight to knock out $519 million problems and traffic - clogged: on Ihe floor. Next step: House streets. Next step; Reconcilia-. consideration on Tuesday. stale groups. A points of interest committee was formed by Mrs. J. G. agreement between the city and /-,, rf . , ,, * cioouuicu umi. was an ap- ; -- -.^ _ Chaffm made that statement 1 prov ed motion, because when 1 persons who dravv state P a - v for ' marshals." in reply to a question concern- W as called into Ihe meetine Mr ' ."""existent jobs, won final leg in reply to a question concern- was called into Ihe meeting Mr ' . nonex 'stent jobs, won final leg-, "N 0 one asked for a special' ing Ihe statement made Thurs- Stephens (old me," Groh said ' lslallve Passag* in the House i number." Farmer said. "Just io i day ny^ another hoard member, r , ,, , ' ( Ihursclay, and is ready to be have marshals around would he-' a great deterrent factor to vi- day by another hoard member, T. K. Stitzlein, board secretary, who denied that a vole was taken to lire the port director. "The minutes reflect Ihe action of the board in the execu- lion in a conference committee with a similar bill passed by the .Senate. Pay Taxes— By 77-2 vote the baCaze as chairman. Members are Mrs. Cornelia Staples, I). T. Harrell and Mrs. Lena LaCaze. Richard Doonbos was named trici. Sen- membership chairman and Mrs. The waler company manager (he water company but he did not think this would be feasi- hie with the Ward 3 fire dis- '" "'' From thai, assumption Groh sent to (he governor. The House said, "the minutes were made voter! for the Senate-parsed bill olence." as (hough a motion had been '39-0. made and duly seconded." Another administration bill to The White House first an- ; nounced that 200 Marines would session,' Chat'lin alsn sairf -Wh/>n HIP cxtcnrl authority for investment join Ihe search but later said \jtn4iiui CTIOIJ O« JLJ, trftLiIiilC. r ' Jl i i r i *1 i 11 • i i i "' idle state funds to state the report was inadvertently Unanimously, the -Sen- u, 1 ' 1 '," ™'T 11 s " me cxcl ™ , ale Post Office and Civil Serv- Ut '"!' b . et( ! re Sl * amendments ire Commillee approved a pav " ri , P ^ °" that , w ? uld rp ' raisc for member nf Confess P<a ' ' * l( I 101 ,', mU '*" cosmetics, handbags and luggage and on Ihe first $100 spent on furs chairmaa •d in the ex-ecu- Chaffin also said. "When Ihe " ll !" dui ll ' ">' rlor . 'nves.mem ju,,, ,„. ^icn Chaffm said president of the board polls the '" ldk> s'ate funds to state the repor was . ih»i rnnnTc ?; members in an eveeuHVP , PS .; a Senc.es, boards and commis-1 inaccurate 1 ' and. "The only thing that counts is! members in an executive ses (he record." He suggested that! 5 ' 0 ' 1 - he doesn't ask for a show .,.,., hi ,. , Ihe American Press reporter I of hands. He just asks the! i ' a ,"L , rhwk HIP minntoc members if thai ic Ihoir- ,Wi. OIL appiovai. sions passed fhe House 102-0. This bill also had received Sen- check Ihe minutes. i u , r , A check of Ihe minutes does not reflect any action by the members if that is their decision." At the June Id meeting, Ste- , board in regular open session phens, Chaffm, Stitzlein and L lo incorporate the action of Ihe June 10 secret session. were present and clos t; ted for nearly an hour, pre .. sumably discussing Groh and passed 97-2 However, a copy of a report , his contract. of what transpired, and listed 1 Attempts lo contact Mann, the only other board member in attendance that day, have been unsuccessful. Two other administration bills cleared the House and were sen! to (he Senate. They would set up ccnlralized slate purchasing, passed 07-4, and centralize stale printing, only sailors • from the Meridian base would be used. The erroneous report that Marines would be used stirred resentment among some Mississippi members of Congress, including Rep. John Rell Wit Hams, who said the President bowed to "left-wing racial agi lators." as "minutes" is at the dock board office and may be incorporated into the minutes record whenever the board meets again in open session. In brief, these "m i n u t e s" reflect that the hoard told Groh his contract would not be renewed. Groh was absent from the mom and no written record of Ihe meeting was kept while the meeting was going on. Since lhal meeting, much has happened. Groh remained sileni e.xcppl when questioned on riclinite port mailers, as the minutes mentioned above. Stephens has emphatically absolved Gov. John McKeithen of any prior knowledge of the 's action and has he (Stephens i What is in writing is a report dictated hy Groh covering what lhe board told him before thev .,,,i,,i,, . „ ' - t , ., , , manneis anursaav nigm ana make public Ihe action. This is t ' -\, es P° nsible t( "' "'f ac- , he integration leader, Dr. Mar- taken to be the "minutes" Chal- ' " " fin referred to. Florida Governor Bypasses Hearing ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. lAPi.not sa\ whetber he would talk - Gov. Karris Bryant flew to St. with Kind's forces Augiisiine today for an inspection of a racial revolt situation • Al)oul -^ persons were treated reaching a new height of vio- nr exammerf at a hospital, and It'iice. "ne was admitted for a rib fracture, alter Thursday night's as- A screaming mob of hundreds saiills. of whites attacked civil rights Two Negroes and eight whites Thursday night and were arrested. lion.' "because it was a board ,„, lM ^ r King- sajd „„, (he action." Asked to exnlain h™ ih« ,- Gov ' McKcilhen lias ^\d news ! "saved the citv from Ai,,vea ,o explain bovv he /ec- reporters that he understood' night of terror.'" uion said, < one of the members he in motion hJffn"^ H ld >ne ,i " lg in the c^sed meeting." mouon naa oeen made, and vn^,.^,, ci:»™>-:_ j-_ King said that he appealed to refusal of Negroes lo retaliate ' tlle ^ nite H ous e for help at the ord was " , also with Mr. Harbour's proxy, that my contract would not be renewed. And that there had been an amendment to this mo- —•- ... v .. J^,*.1WV-* iJ *1V> M1JUU1I "• "recused" himself irom vol-1 m f] - vin S (o St. Augustine, Bryant bypassed a federal court hearing at Jacksonville, where he had been ordered to appear to show cause why he should nol be held in Yesterday Slitzlein denied that the action by the board was "unanimous" as was told reporters following the board ac- Big Liquidation SALE Saturday Only! ' ' u»w . Buy for Ihe Fourth! » cl » .......................... We Lorgr Croup or Ladles' Dreises Each. U.QO; Of 2 for W.oo! Ju»> Received! Lara* Oroup o( Chlldr«n'> Jg|amo«. Priced to Move 1 Bay*' Suits. All Sltt I. Your Cholct ................ V( 00 Children'* Caiwui S.!\ofi. You' fhfllte. Per P{nr .......... 11^9 — Sole &larl& Salurauv Mottling Al I 00 SOUTH CITY BARGAIN STORE Pneo l.cik,» Al ktrfcmoo ilierl : U.S. Dist. Judge Bran Simp- no seconds" lo motions are • son had issued the order after required in executive (closed! Bryant placed a ban on night or secret) sessions. bloody i nei 6 nt of Thursday night's me : lee and was assured the matter ' would be investigated. He fre quently has called for federal marshals' protection. For the first time in three weeks of almost daily confrontations, State Police were openly On at least two oc- angry whites surround- groups of stalp to liberate and other federal workers that would cost Ihe taxpayers about S550 million a year. Ne.\l step: Senate expected to tnke up the Both Scranton And Goldwater Lose Delegates WASHINGTON iAP> - Sen.' Harry Gokiwaler's first ballot strength slipped by eight votes 'his week and Gov. William W. Set-union's dipped by seven, an Assncialecl Press survey of Republican presidential nominal- in" delegates showed ioda\. Goldwater's currcnl toi^il of liHIi is :il more than the tinn ntrd- i'd to w:n Ibe GOP nominalinn nn liie lirsi countdown at tiu> San Francisco comcfHinn opening July l!i if ihoM 1 who are personally commilted to him or say they lasor him stick with llio.se who are bound to him. Sci'anum, Pennsylvania (lov- ornnr who is ilr. 1 Ari/ona senator's closest competitor now lias l.'il first hallo! votes, according lo the AP survev. BULLETIN BATON IKHJGK (AP) _ alp approved a House - passed Frank Pollacia was named pub- said there was a greater risk involved in Ihe Ward 3 district as the maintenance tax covered only a period of ten years while the Lake Charles operation was perpetual and continuing. Contois said while the water company would have no objection to the jury asking for bids and purchasing Ihe fire hydrants for installation, the company did want to limit the purchase io one. of two makes to facilitate the problem of maintaining replacement parts. Another saving could pnssihly be realized by the jury's removing and replacing blacktop or concrete streets and sidewalks where ttie hydrants were installed, Contois said. Ro.steet appointed Jurors Walter Goos, Pete Manena and Tom Watson to meet with the board of directors of the water company in an effort to rear 1 ! an agreement on the installation. Hist. Any. Frank Sailer told Ihe jury it was his opinion m»n- ey derived from Ihe sale of t':» bond-; could nut be used for ihe yearly rental and maintenance cost of lhe hydrants. Rosleei said while this had not been discussed with ciiv nf. Ihe Senate's slashing spree. Appropriations — The House ] and then the Senate passed a I resolution to allow federal agencies to spend at current levels until Auti. 31 if their annual ap-, propriati/m bills have not been ; nassed befort' then. Next step: Great haste to pass the 12 ap-, propriations that are still wail-' in« in the wings. '•> IN CAMERON Committee approved 9-5 today repaying five i-ily parishes, including C'akiasieu, $408,736 for an old vote machine debt, although one member warned it wouldn't win House approval. The proposal has been in every legislature for years, after .statewide installation of voting machines during the 1952-56 regime nf Inrm- er Gov. Robert Kenmtn. Site Is Located For Barge Plant CAMKRON iSpl.i on the Calcasieu ship has been located here for a proposed now oil drilling' barge manufacturing plan! which may locate in Cameron parish. Last week. Longview, Tex., induslrialisi Robert G. LeTourn- A site accompany the delegation to channel Texas. Jones said ihe site on the channel offers :«00 acres. A map llrials ne 'houpjit this would locating the site has been sent ("'"''"hly (all under the ih r e e- to LeTotirneau. he added. Mrs. LeTourneau ;j;aid the firm is looking for a location on a channel where the barges equipment. .Mayor Allred Roberts and Chief Richard Sarvaunt mill maintenance tax that i? turned over io Ihe city for the operation and maintenance of eaii sem his wife lo Cameron can be constructed and moved to meet with civic leaders and discuss the iirm's proposal lo build the plant. to the Gulf of Mexico Cameron seemed ideal she said since Presented the jurors with cost to * - i ho 58-vole Ohio delegation, but 1-eTourneau has been looking at a caucus earlier this week ! for a site to build the drilling Ihe delegates decided to support, barges and also, seeking land Gov. James A. Rhodes as a' ~ favorite son on the first ballot. ° f for roving grounds for a new ,„ si £ s e ' th s 15> NOW! Two Barber's to serve you. Gk'!. Comeoux and our new barher Mike Rider Invite all of our friends and putrant to come by and se« uj today ctt GUS COAtEAUX'S BARBER SHOP VI7 Klrknran NOW It's Diet PEPSI-COLA! Loss ilian one calorie I.H-I- bottle Demonstrations at St. Aueus-1 «"*— •— " tine. The judge had heldpi! Negro pnsoners ' viously that such a ban violated """" " freedom of speech and assembly. The governor went to National Guard headquarter* here to set up an office for conferences | —-" —- "••*-* «w «n«ic» < with eommunity leaders. He did holding a segregation rally. The Negro parade moved into the dowatosro square exactly like others yvhici have been held. The proposed fouti went 1 the side of the square in least 200 whites were This surface loss of 15 votes J- lor Goldwater was parliaUy .taut . olfsei by a pickup of one in Florida and six in Tennessee. I'nder Ihe Ohio decision. :• trucks will cost approx- 125,000 each and hose tract of 5.000 acres of more" for and olher equipment for each proving grounds for new ID...- lruck *'" bnn ? lhe tolal c °st up to approximately $43.000 The jurors were told by the city officials that these were list ing with lhe LeTourneaus, said land, on a lease basif;, J o n e s P 1 " 11 '" anti w a bid basis the a delegation of Cameron lead-1 said. machine. B. Jones, Cameron assis- dels of a heavy earth moving district attorney and a machine. The Cameron commit member of the committee work-; tee is also working tp find thi prices and on a bid basis tha 'Scranton lost 1o"delega"tes"who ers P lan lo §° lo ^ngview i "Members of ihe Cameron com- ^sis should run much lower. 1 said thev favored him on the ; shortl y lo niakt} Cameron's bid i mittee, in addition to Jones, Atler the u ' Uc « and «qwp- tor tha new industries. »ve Hadley Fonlenot Dr Cecil ment ar ? P^'hased, the tire hy« Also. Jones said Cameron Clark, W." P. Henry Jr.,' John rfra "'« '> n *< M »<* a "^ * ha »«•"*n<n State Rep. Conway LeBteu has (Paul Cram, Alvin Dyson, J. A. asked Gov. John McKeiihen to i Davis and C. A. Rojgers. ! first ballot. Bul he added two in New Jersey and another in West Virginia, making a loss ol seven S.-VITKIMV ONE OAV ONlY 700 YARDS 4. ( > Do< i tin A t oMon BfOviail 2 Yards $1.00 \'OI.PB'S - 8:30 10 BAYOU CLUB ?«0» E. Brood Slreel TONIGHT Ri.limd qnd 7h» Bibfi Kings SATUBDAY NIGHT Cleveland CrciLhet and In* A>t Conditioned KKVVJN'S PKlVK-IN r ^7J5 Ky«in 433-95t>a -^vto--. tiOi'l V.c.nq^i u-ir. F-W1 SA1 , S 1 .. N. SPEtiAI. B.nafi- Backer-. J?c & 4>c Snii:nn & Cicita Burger SasNel) 'Ac Do DJ BuigeiS , )09 liry Cleaning Spei-ial Salurdoy On.'/ Vein and QO/-. 1. aaifi- Suits QVC pna L.Tai'S 1 Dresses l Mo wnil* Garincnis) ACME CLEANERS 3JOO Ryqil ^.AR^ITY ClFANEfi 1!:'? Gf eniwU.!} Bouitvoid U-VTELATKLATK H1DEAWAV Al Bowlarefia l.ualers Loupsp f.'-L.'.it la »I me n.uad COOJ.. OR \V)ILD H*,-. M ' drants installed and ihe ing attorney fees paid, the jurors figured there would be approximately $50000 remaining irom ihe sale of ihe bunds. This money will be held in reserve for the installation of additional lire hydrants *>' water become available and (or purchase of any needed.

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