Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 30, 1964 · Page 28
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10 TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1964, lake Charles American Press CRUMPLED DEATH CAR—This is the station wagon in which Mr. and Mrs. Georga A. Wilson were fatally injured Sunday afternoon near Vinton. (Photo by State Trooper Nolan Fontenot). Figures Show Sharp Drop In Cigarettes , WASHINGTON (AP) — Amer- •icans cut down on their smok- ' ing by about 16 billion cigarettes since a government re'/port linked health hazards to •smoking, the Agriculture Department reported Monday. The cut-back was 6.5 per cent 'helow the first six months of last year. • The department said more '.'cigarettes are now being -smoked in the United States ";than in the period just after the .report was released last Jan. 11, but probably not as many as before the report. .' Meanwhile, cigars, pipes and --roll-your-own cigarettes are be- 'coming more popular. Sales of regular and small cigars are up about 12 per cent. The department estimated cigarette consumption for the year ending June 30 at 507 billion—a drop of 2 per cent from the previous year. "Data available thus far indicate that consumption dropped sharply following release of the (Jan. 11) report- probably 15 to 20 per cent. The severity of this decline has not persisted, but consumption has not recovered to the pre-report level. Whether or not cigarette use will resume the fairly strong upward trend that characterized the period 1955 through 1963 cannot be foreseen," the report said. Driver Fined For Knocking Down Fence A Lafayette driver whose car ran into a cemetery, knocking down a hurricane fence and busting open a tomb, was fined $75 Monday in Lake Charles traffic court for reckless driving. Police records identify t h e man as Ewell Joseph Faul, The mishap occurred June 17 at Winterhalter Street and First Avenue. | Donald A. Owens of 2208, Elaine St. was also fined $75 j for reckless driving. Police! reported his car swerved into i a yard, crossed the street,; swerved onto another yard and , hit a utility pole. The accident occurred June 12 at 928 Sixth St. Shef/and Drowns In Lake Here A Shetland pony w a s drowned on the north beach of Lake Charles Sunday night after throwing its rider. Owner Peter DeVillc of 2127 N. Griffin St. told the Louisiana State Police the pony ran into the water after throwing him to the beach. A dog owned by DeVille followed the pony into the water but was rescued by the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department boat which was summoned to the scene. The drowning occurred east of the Louisiana State police headquarters. Suit Follows Moss Bluff Bridge Crash An auto collision on the Calcasieu River bridge at Moss Bluff has resulted in an $82,165 damage suit being filed in 14th Judicial District Court. Sidney Armistead filed the suit. Sgt. James Edward Robinson is named defendant. Armistead claims his auto was struck by one driven by Robinson on January 17 this year. Negligence of Robinson is cited in the suit as the cause for the mishap. The suit said the Robinson car was headed north on the bridge and skidded on ice on the roadway, glanced off a bridge rail and hit the Armistead auto, which was traveling ."outh. Armistead was totally and permanently disabled and is confined to his bed, according to the suit. FBI Expands Search Area In Mississippi WASHINGTON (AP) - The search for three civil rights workers missing in Mississippi for more than a week is being expanded and intensified, the White House said Monday. President Johnson kept in touch with the situation through staff members and a telephone conversation with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. White House press secretary George Reedy said Hoover told the President the search is being expanded and the perimiter of the area in which the hunt is going on is being enlarged. In addition, several thousand circulars with pictures and descriptions of the trio are being circulated today in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana and Arkansas. The circular asked anyone with information to call Hoover or the nearest FBI office. Papers Filed By Painting Contractors A general painting contracting firm has filed articles of incorporation with Acton Hillebrandt, Calcasieu Parish clerk of court. Associated Industrial Painters, Inc. will have offices at 1805 Ryan St. The firm plans to engage in the business of marine, industrial and steeple jack painting, sandblasting, coatings, corrosion control and preventive maintenance. Directors are Paul Guillory and Windelt Sweeney, both of 1805 Ryan St., Robert E. Shileds, 610 W. McNeese, and Earl E. Veron, 217 Wasey Bldg. The firm will issue 200 shares of stock at $100 par value. Paid- in capital totals $1,200. Each of the directors holds three shares. College Funds Allocation ® System Outlined to Senate BATON ROUGE (AP) - A Division of Administration spokesman outlined for the Senate Finance Committee Monday a. new system for allocating funds to colleges tinder the State Board of Education. James Fountain told of the formula set up for appropriations to the nine state colleges and universities under the education board as the Senate Finance Committee continued its scrutiny of Gov. John Me- Keithen's $572.4 million general appropriations bill. The committee was trying to complete work on the big money bill and get it back to the Senate floor. "We tried to equalize all the state college budgets," F o u n- tain said in explaining a number of increases granted to the colleges. He said the formula mainly was based on the number of credit hours taught to students, using 15 credit hours to equal a full time student. Fountain and Homer Russell, state budget officer, in answer to a question, said the formula did not apply to Louisiana Stale University. Russell said an attempt was made to put LSU on a formula based on three categories, including undergraduate schools, graduate schools and research and extension services. LSU agreed to come up with such a plan, he said, but at the last minute decided against it, and the time was too late to make the university go back and redo its budget as requested. He indicated this may be put into effect later. Fountain said each school under the education board, for in| stance, was allotted a basic $10,000 for travel expenses, and then allowed 10 cents per student credit hour in addition. Fountain said the administration division planned to make further use of a survey ordered by the State Board of Education at request of member Leon Gary, Houma, and others. The survey showed the exact number of professors, classes taught and use made of classrooms and laboratories by credit hour. Sen. Jackson B. Davis, Shreveport, wanted to know how it was that the colleges found money to give professors a pay raise when they said they would be unable to get by with funds allocated last year. Fountain said they picked up a lot of extra money from what he called attrition in professors. When one left a school he said, the school doubled up on! his classes with other profes sors or did without. Russell added many of the | lo the Senate floor when the colleges had demanded funds for needed equipment, but in Burbank Urges Lights On When Driving July 4th BATON ROUGE (AP) - Public Safety Director Tom Burbank warns the Fourth of July holiday weekend death count may reach 17 or 18 in Louisiana. The 78-hour holiday period starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, and extends through midnight Sunday. "Throughout the nation,the traffic toll is up and we can expect 17 or 18 traffic deaths over the Fourth of July holidays, if no special safety effort is made,' Burbank said. "\Vc are lucky in Louisiana because we have a holiday safety program which has worked for several years. During the past three Fourth of July holidays, our light up and live program has saved an estimated 12 lives and made driving during the holidays safer than for the average of the rest of the year." He added: "The campaign which urges motorists to drive with their headlights turned on during the daytime of the holidays has been given fine support by the news media and the motorists." Music Dealer Has Filed For I Incorporation \ The Butler Band Instrument! Co. has filed articles of incor-j poration with Acton Hillebrandt, I Calcasieu Parish clerk of court, i Offices of the firm are located ; at 3305 Ryan St. A total of 100 i shares at $100 par value is list-1 ed. Paid-in capital totals $1,000. j Elvin Eugene Butler is listed as president of the firm. Oth-, er officers are W. Roy Swice-1 good and Phillip G. Baker, vice; president, and Elizabeth Jeanne I Butler, secretary-treasurer. Spring Floods Kill Gulf Oyster Beds DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (API — Freshwater flooding is; blamed for a tremendous kill-; off of oysters in Mobile Bay : and the eastern end of Missis-! sippi Sound. Chief George Allen ; of the State Conservation Department's Seafood D i v i s ion said that the spring floods killed up to 90 per cent of the oysters in some areas. He said that flooding upsets the critical balance of fresh and salt water in which oysters thrive. SLIMLINE SLENDERIZING WEIGHT LOSS CONSULTANT TO GUIDE YOU INDIVIDUALLY AT THE LOW COST OF ONLY UNIQUE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM NO BORING EXERCISE NO CLINIC DIETS NO WILLPOWER NEEDED RESULTS 15 TO 20 LBS. YOU CAN BE HELPED LBS PER MONTH NEW METHOD CONTROLS APPETITE FOR FAST WEIGHT LOSS CALL 477-1247 WE ARE BRINGING LOW PRICES IN REDUCING TO LAKE CHARLES FOR THE FIRST TIME. NO LONGER MUST YOU PAY HIGH PRICES FOR HEALTH SLIMLINE SLENDERIZING 4315 COMMON ST. — 477-1247 LAKE CHAKLES ALL NEW COMPLETE HEALTH STUDIO FOR LADIES AND MEN INTRODUCTORY OFFER \ MONTH FREE TO ANYONE WITH A MEMBERSHIP IN ANY HEALTH CLUB PRESENT OR PAST. LADIES' HOURS MON. — WED. — FRI. 9 am to 9 pro TUES., THURS., SAT., 9 om to 2 pm MEN'S HOURS TUES. - THURS. - SAT. 3 pm to 10 pm Senate returned from the weekend at 5 p.m. most cases they look the equipment funds and used them for salaries. p^, , ••* «*"^ ••"ft »»I\JIHL y uui VU L.U V tl The discussion brought outj most normal s(ate operations tn a t the Legislative B u rige t! ,„„ ,„,;, c , . „ ... Committee approved all these' for l%4 - 65 was P ut off llntl1 shifts of funds, however. i lalcr - A vote on the 172 schedules in the big money bill to cover Fountain said also the colleges allowed their materials and supplies to become depleted and used funds for teacher Harold Porter, financial officer for the Orleans Parish School Board, made an appear- lance on behalf of his board's pay. Next year, he said, they will be hit much harder with attempts to gel more state materials and supplies needs. The education board granted professors a new salary schedule during the current fiscal lwo alternative amendments year. Schools found funds within their appropriations to provide from 20 to 40 per cent of funds for operations. Porter offered the committee Assembly Of God at Vinton incorporates The First Assembly o! God Church of Vinton has filed articles of incorporation with the Calcasieu Parish clerk of court's office. The Hcv. Melvin Dowers of P. 0. Box 162, Sulphur, is listed as chairman, Mrs. Dowers is listed as secretary - treasurer. Trustees are Richard Maier ,of Vinton. Henry H. Welch of Edgerly and Joseph L. Toups of Sulphur. All have general delivery addresses. INVESTMENT GROUP, INC GUtFCO BuitOINS LA. and requested favorable action. One would give Orleans $2.6 million more in state funds. The the schedule. „ The finance committee by otheruwould a PP ] y generally to noon had completed 62 of the|P arishes whicl1 receive least 172 schedules in the 76-page gen- amount of state funds per pu- eral appropriations bill. The pil. Porter said if would require aim was to gel the bill back ! a boost of $9.2 million. DIVIDEND MO. l» The Board of Directors has declared * regular »eml-annual dividend at On« and one-half Cents (Hie) per shirt on the capital stock of UM company, payable July 1. 1964. to *tocU»Mer« of record at the clow of bustnca* June M. 1964. .'. O. BROU1LLJ5TTE. JR. tUecutlve Vice FresMeM ud Treannr Lafayette Man Is Killed When Auto Hits Utility Pole LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) _ George Flannigan, 23, of Lafayette, was killed Monday when his compact car left the highway and struck a utility pole. Officers waited nearly an hour before they could free the victim's body from the wreckage because the impact of the car broke the pole and caused a short circuit. Flannigan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flannigan. Rookie Firemen Too Enthusiastic LAGRANGE, Ky. (AP)Farmer H. H. McWifliams let the South OJdham County Volunteer Fire Department get some practice while he burned down an old barn on a site he planned (o build a new one. But he had to calm the enthusiasm of some rookies because two or three times they almost put out the fire. ANY TRAIN TRIP can be a holiday..., but family groups, especially, find going by rail carefree and relaxing-wondrous for small fry! Low-cost family fares and dining service add to the holiday spirit, too! KANSAS C"V? 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