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P.O. BOX 8066 4924 COLE AVE. DALLAS, TEXAS COMP. Lake Charles American Pre$s STATE EDITION 5 CENTS LAKE CHARLES, LA,, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1964 22 PAGES NUMBER 25,750 Final House Vote Set On Rights S5SS Overwhelming FORECAST Scattered s h o w c rs and fhundershowers through Friday. Mostly west winds 5-15 miles an hour this afternoon, becoming sout h c r 1 y 8-18 miles an hour tonight and Friday. Low tonight, 72. High Friday 88. lake: Ilcav/ bacteria -cuml Approval Seen M-T "i*,, I \ vnifK A^%;l: : 'v:';-•;« isg^€; ; ' :,*»!«:£•. ;: : ',..-;tV ••'<:'•' .?,.:-, RODEO TROPHIES CHECKED— Sonny Gunn, left, president of the deep sea and inland fishing rodeo which opens at Cameron Friday, examines some of the rodeo tarpon awards with fishing rodeo board mem- bers Dr. J. W. Crookshank, center, and H. Ralph Liles. The rodeo club gives a trophy lor each tarpon caught in the rodeo and since so many tarpon have been seen lately off Cameron, the club has doubled its trophy order. Preparation Complete For Deep Sea Rodeo By RED K011NKK j or inland that ,,.,,,,„,,.. „ , ,. i rodeo. As for CAMERON <Splj - J>P"rls-1 licavv showers men and bright ' boats began arr Gulf Coast community awaiting the opening of the Louisiana Deep Sea and Inland Fishing Rodeo. could upset the the squalls and the weatherman hunting, banners and pennants. Dell LaLande of the Camer-! on committee said there will be i Gulf Search To Continue For Workers MORGAN CITY. La. (AP) Divers planned to descend lo the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico today to search the living quarters of a sunken oil rig and search for 1!) missing men. Two men died and 2.") were injured when the $(> million rig sank in a sea of flames about 100 miles south-southwest of here Tuesday. The explosion ' came after drillers struck an unexpected shallow pocket of natural gas which bubbled up and was ignited by a spark. Divers located the wreckage 1 lying upside down in water 185 feet deep. The rig had turned 11)0 degrees. Funeral services were set for today for the two dead men \\hose bodies were found Tues j WASHINGTON (AP) — The ! .fight over civil rights legislation comes to an end today 1 as the House votes on the far-rcachini^ measure uh'eudv passed by the Senate. Overwhelming' approval is a foregone conclusion. the House having passed last February, L'ilO to loll, a bill that was revised in only minor ways by the Senate during ils historic three-month debate. Without waiting until July 4th as some sources had indicated. President. Johnson is expected to sign the bill into law speedily in hopes it can start easing racial tensions. Many of its { Southern critics, however, prc- i diet it will only inflame the situation. For more than a year the bill was the subject of intensive negotiating in both the House and Senate before it finally emerged as a compromise package supported by Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress. The bill wraps into one big bundle a number of measures designed to help Negroes achieve equably in nearly all phases of national life into which the federal government, can reach. It bars discrimination in employment practices—by both un- ions and employers and in ho lels. motels, restaurants. nw\ ies, and other places serving tlic public. It arms (lie government with powers to cut off federal funds for programs in which discrimination occurs 11 also grants new powers to the attorney general to speed desegregation of public schools and other public facilities, such as parks, playgrounds and libraries. It tightens provisions contained in the first civil rights law passed this century - in lfif>7 — aimed at prolceiing Negro voting rights. It also creates a community relations service designed to provide machinery for voluntary settlement, of racial disputes through mediation and conciliation. And it extends for four years the life of the Civil Rights Commission, with added powers RIGHTS BILL SUMMARY IS ON PAGE FIVE IK Ihe lime your Lake Charles American Press is delivered loday there may be a new civil rights law in Ihe United Sl/tte.x. All 1 1 titles included in Uncivil rights bill are summar- i/.ed on Page Five of today's American Pivx I'rovisions range iroin voi in;; rights (Title I) through c(|iial emplovmeiil practices 'Title VII i am' on to penal tie-: |,ir violations i Title XI i UOSCOK I'OCM) Law Attorney Former Dean 01 Harvard Law Camp Meef Slated At Lake Arthur Several boats were in before noon, topped off fuel and water tanks, and took on ice and groceries anticipating three days of fishing off Cameron in competition with other anglers. Sonny Gunn, president of the sponsoring Southwest Louisiana Fishing club, has arrived in Cameron and the other board members today were in the process of decorating the rodeo headquarters stand at Pete Henry's pier. Rodeo judges Joe Black and Marshal Smith were also on wilh widely scattered showers and Ihundershowers v.nd warm." Gunn reminded that all con- ', testants must be registered before they can begin their rodeo ! fishing. Registration can be made at rodeo headquarters through the last clay of the rodeo, Gunn advised. During the three-day rodeo, sportsmen will be fishing for major species of deep sea and inland fish. The three largest fish weighed in each classification will be good for prizes from a list worth in excess of $7,000. Additionallv, there will be fish fry and street dance; Satur- i Ec |/? erl > • day's turtle race, shrimp head-1 .,,1 , !' K \' J contest, barbecue, go-cart ! p " alr f c !" M ™& and street dance and! ^P 01 ^ '" " '"" ing races Sunday's bccue. men still hos- an City were critical condition. boat races and bar-.' hand setting up headquarters : contests lor the indies and chil- where registration and programs will be available. "All's ready," (Itinn s a i d. ''and despite the rain and black clouds, we look for good weather and three days of fine ILsh- ing." A late check with the weatherman reveals no u n u s u a 1 weather conditions in the Gulf clren to name the top fishermen in those two classes, both in the deep sea and inland divisions. There will also be awards for the three top boats and for the outstanding deep sea and inland anglers. Onshore, Cameron took on a colorful holiday air with the community draped in bright Plans Slated For West Fork Span WEST LAKE iSpl.i - Preliminary plans for the construction of a bridge over the West Fork of the Calcasieu R i v e r here should be underway by this fall. Gov. John McKeithen told West Lake and Ward 4 ollicials Wednesday it was his campaign pledge to build a bridge to replace the ferry and he was going to see that it was completed. . Mayor C. M. Carroll headed the delegation of officials and business men who called on tin- governor and members of the Louisiana State Highway Department. The Calcasieu Parish legisla- Using tive delegation met the 10-man committee in Baton Ruuge and assisted the group in their inquiries. McKeithen told the group that if the plans could not. be implemented at once, he would assure them the work would begin in the fall. E. J. James, assistant din.-. - tor of highway;, met with the group in place ol Highway Director Arsene Stewart, who was ill. James lold tile group that pre- hminan suneys had been completed tor the bridge and that present intentions were to construct a fixed bridge rather than a pontoon bridge. The a-sisiaiil hi^lnva\ director told the group that .surveys made during tl.e last administration indicated the bridge should he located at the north end of WeMv.ood Hi/ad and that plans were continuing along this line. Preliminary j ectina a linai "fur bids. ians include tie- site and adverJam.es: .said. Making the (rip to Ii a t. o n KoUgv with Ma\ur Carruil were Aldermen C D. Adams. J. C. Templeiun. John Patin and Duy- hne Kile: Ward 4 Police Jurors hubby Frankla.'id aad Darrcll Kounce and '.Vest Lake busines>- nieti Charles Jones. Bob Me- Long Weekend Scheduled For State Offices State offices will enjoy a three-day holiday this year with July 4 falling on a Saturday but for most parish and city employes it will be business as usual. All state offices will be closed Friday and Saturday in observance of the 188th celebration ot the signing of the Declaration of Independence. State offices that will be closed include the p a r i s h libraries, employment service and highway department. In the parish court house, all offices will be open Friday with the exception of the registrar of voters, highway department, parish treasurer and police jury clerk. Offices that will remain open include the clerk of court, tax assessor and district attorney. All offices will be closed as usual on Saturday. Offices at city hall will be open Friday but closed on Saturday. All banking institutions will be open Friday but will be closed on the Fourth. Investment firm* will be open one-half day Friday but t h e stock exchange will be closed fur ihe entire day. The Lake Charles Public Library will close Saturday and Sunday. The "Lake Charles Public Li- brarv will close Saturday and Sunday. Postal installations will be closed Saturday and only special delivery mail will be delivered that dav. GOVERNOR TO SIGN La. Budget Bill Passed BATON KOUGF. (AP) - Cov. John McKeithcn's $57-1 million general apj)ropriations bill is due to arrive today on the governor's desk lo be signed into ! law. ' The Senate returned at ( J a.m. and the House 3(1 minutes later. The legislature took final action on the bi^ money bill Wednesday, leaving it $7 mil- whenever able. A floor leader lor Guv. John McKeithen opposed the proposal Sen. Jamar Adcoek. Monroe. said it was just a continuation of efforts to provide pay raises. and the governor had assured they would be provided if "\nn will just give him a little time." LAKF, Ain'lll'H iSpl.i The lilllh annual Lake Arthur camp meeting will be held daily from •, July ,'l I'.! al Ihe meeting grounds ; south o| Jennings on Lake Ar- ' , lltnr. : A da;. 1 long special program i will be held on Ihe -lib of .Ink ' where ih" public can bring the : whole I a in i I y. Food will be ! available al cost. ' The guest speaker will he the , Hev. Claude M. Sailhamer and ' song leader and choir director will be Hilly Opil The meetings are interdenominational and are sponsored by the Lake Arthur Camp (lotinds Commillee, aeejrding to J. P. Maxwell."Apart from the -Ith of July, meetings will be held daily at HI a.m. and 7-:)(l p.m. through July II! Congress May Adjourn Before Demo Convention WASHINGTON (AIM - Mike Mansfield, Senate Democratic leader, said Wednesday it may he possible lor (.'ollgreSS to eoinplele all it-, major legisla- moned to tiun and adjourn prior to the .what lias opening uf the Democratic Na- ; one ol Ilie tiuiial Convention Aiu;. -' professors! 1 linsi-ne Pound, . on -.id'M'ed HI legal circles th" greatest livin 1 ! authority on law lhoin;h he never earned a law degree, died Wednesday nij;hl al the age of Death came in the former Harvard Law School dean—affectionately called tin 1 "grand old man of law," in Harvard's Slillrnan Inlirmi'iy where he had been livin;: in recent i months A memorial service will i) y> conducted Tuesday in Memorial Church in Harvard Yard wheie ; Pound was a familiar figure io ; generations of Harvard men. In Illijl, an association ol law •jers in Spain voted him "world wide penarch of comparative !law " Felloiv la\v\er.s have eall"d found "the man whom lawu'rs recogni/e as the greatest :,ln l dent of commoM law ol all time." On Pound's !l'2nd birthday. Chief Justice Karl Warren .said ol him 1 "His devotion to tin- law, his contributions lo the. education of members ol both the bench and bar and his great contributions lo the jurisprudence of our country have not been excelled in our history." Pound went to Harvard to study law in Ififlll but he never linished Ihe course He earned his A.11., Masler'- and I'll.I) decrees at the University of Nebraska in bolan\. Pound was born in Lincoln, Neb, on Ocl 21. H',70. His lather was Stephen I! Pound, who eventually became a lawyer and a judge In 11/11), Poii:;d was .-,11111 llanard. lo he: been described mnsi illustrious 1 ins o 1 all lime C. MKAUX Ketires Hatoi i', ii.^ '.:.•_• Oelegation in K'JLlge Were Heps. A. J. .M:ke H'j^an and Harry P<JKTRAIT — SPtX'lAI. Cue", fr,aa, ana Soturao/ Or,:.- c-L'H_ CHOICE — f,o AGE i •.•.MT — J« 7 c!-.i.- 1 /> 1— a^'O or.l/ 1 *< - il/U or;, 1 »? l-i-,;a C nl, 1 i; (,' Or ALL-STATES STLDIuS :: t, >/. t,. c t v KKST HAVEN .'v.'K.SlNi..; CF.NT K\-- :•'..•,.- , -- .1.. : :, .... i'.... -ilT-ti^TI EK • ; * • . ; i NOTICE ailed (j<JS Office '•Vi:t be (i;)i-ri i- j HJas. Jut> 3 Joiid .Mwidjy, JuJy 6. T.! Z'- jui.r SPECIAL :iaa/ (, Friday Oni/ EHT.HE ST--.C f. fcEV.SANT'^ •j of ••! OFF ,-.!*t-jr.t it-.-;. ," 2 >U>, $! 00 'Ji • •'. i JO-Fr,. i M • , < .CiED J'JL(- iTH VOLPE'S Retirement Of County Agent Told OAKDAL1-: I'-p! ' G. C. Muaux. Allen Parish county agent for the last ;!() years and a leading figure in the advancement of area agriculture, announced his retirement recently. During his years in the parish he helped to organize the Alexandria Produce Credit Association, helped set up the crop loan and ruiai rehabilitation. 1 ; program mow 1 Farmers Home Administration 1 , and organized four 4-H clubs M<.-aux al.-.o ti.uk tne lead in Allen Parish in the organuatio'i ot the Heauregard F.lei trie Cooperative. In the last 'M years, the percentage <-i area rural residents with rural tlectriiica- tion ha~ uicrea-.•.-<' i/'oni 'i per cent to 'J9 per e< nt AppioXimate! 1 , ;;iX) people, including farmers, cattlemen, and other interested persons attendee. 1 a retirement reception l.".-ld t'/r Meaux in the pari-.il eour- roorn 1:1 Oberlin recentlv. C. L'. Kemmerly. director •>' the Agricultural Extension tA Louisiana State L'nivers/ty, wa-. principal speaker fur the affair The Senate defeated for a second lime a I louse-pas-ed hill to require cslabh-hmenls to pa> a permit fee in M-|| |j ( ;hf wine. with food A Senate committee approved legislation to spell out (hat linn are exempt from jurisdiction of Ihe Louisiana Public Servic" Commission where ',ales ,,| n;,|. ural gas to industry are con cerned. The Senate Judiciary C, Committee made amendments to the proposed legislative act and constitutional amendment to broad en their application Under the changes, everyone in gas distribution would bo <•:•:• lion bigger than framed by the Legislative Budget Committee before the current (10-day session began. Most of Ihe slate's operating expenses in the fiscal year which began Wednesday are provided for in the general money bill. Lawmakers worked feverishly in both chambers to save their pending legislative proposals he- lore lime runs out on them next week. The House passed 87-8 legislation authorizing the Louisiana Public Welfare Department to pay transportation of public relief recipients who want to move ,. m p| ( . ( | f n , m to another state. Commisyon ran Kep. Ford Stin.son. Bossier dustrial sale- Parish segregation leader, sponsored the bill, which went lo the Senate for a final legislative decision. A House committee okayed a new resolution asking the State Department of Public Works to provide a statue in the New Orleans Civic Center of the late deLes.seps S. Morrison. Tne MaUie would have a toun- tain and reflecting poo! Morrison, former .\ev, Orleans mayor and three times candidate lor governor, was . killed in a May 22 plane crash in Mexico. His young .son, Kaudy. died in the same crash. Tii-.' Senate k'lleij a HoUSe pa-ied bi'l that would have ex- pn-s.-(<j Icgi-lati-e evident to 'i minimum $12} ::;onthly j-alarv lor .school lunet.iooin workers Park Dedication Held At Kinder Udall Announces Appointments To Petroleum Council WASHING'ION iAP< retary (A the Jntei ior !- ; '.-wai \ I. L'dall announced V-, edi.i- .(iav appointment n] 'j'l men t., i a ( - Ihe li.scal \e,ar In-^iii.'n.-.g todav. The council include , l>-ade< ; in the oil and ga-; industries and was established in I'j4ii to i'.i- nisi) advice and inionn.-jt!-.:! Ujjon reque-,1. to the li.'eri'.r |v j-idi'tinent. Tho-,e uauieO include J. Geer Wlleox, p:e-,ns ni ,,< Atiierican Association ol O'i.'.eij Drilling C u n i r a ,- t, , f, ,;.,Charles. La KIMM'.'I! iSpl.i Kinder nl- i/eii-i K'ltheicd at the Kinder Klemeiitary School auditorium at 7 '!0 p in Tuesday lor the dedication ol the "Him: Cnkel Park" which will be used by tin- Little P.ov and Pony League ba-.cball teams I'nkel wa ; in-li uniental in .;c- i uriiiL', the park through h i s > efviee a ; an Allen Parish : e h n n I board member; for U'ard :.' 'Kinder) and served as member tor Kinder from III 1 ;.'! until Ii, death in early Hi'', l Prmcip'ii - pecker toi the pro- L'laui was Alex Stephens of Oakdale, who i.-, president of the Allen paii-h School hoard. He •-a"I ot Ciikel "the important in a man's lite is what • . oil earth . . what they 1 (,!h<-r l.'nkel was . i!' ',' ; ( man He v.a-, d'-dlc.'jH-d to th'- town ot Kinder, to the pan-.h ai.d to the state. He did Ir-t ci-ni!ila!!l wlieil the L'.,- ->ii.l)l!'l lor the i i/nslriiclion «f the park alter I nke| secured the site from the school board Local Kinder Industrie., a n d others donated materials for the paik winch is located behind the Kinder F.lementary School. Mailer ol ceremonies, ior th 1 .' dedication was Dr Michael Karam and the invocation was given by iu". Stanley Hanman, pastor of the Congregation al Church Jack Ki/igre-., presided! nt li •• league teams, presented lean,and managers and Lester .-. Armand introduced s p e e i .1 ! guests and finance dn\e wurk ers Highlighting the pru£ia::i v.,.,-. Mrs. lime I'nkel in .'.rai;t'.;-.ii- (jf her late husband'-- a^'c...!!'- l)lish;neiit-; for F.ii-d"!' this preieiilatinii v\:i d ti r ;ht and did hi-, i.' -t Tlie park will j.'i'o 1 .: -e , for Ih'- Little hov'.s Lt-ag ci' : 'Jii:L' a. 1 !--, nine lo 12 II il K;;.-<|f ! cilii-'ei;- through llaidei ... ..ill: iij L,led (,,:• t;:-. •ill;.. u, h o ra,::--. wa- 4 1 1 ':„ P i!HS 1 • i'\ni '.s e '. post; i 0! EC ,'l .'-. ' ; ' .' !; e r iie- j ;o!:c-.! Jj', ALS \ 1 \OTJCK >•. July 4: C ALCAblhL-.MAIUM-. NATION' Ah fcAN'K (j;eau-r Liike Charles V, at IT I'ljinpan;. V, 1!.!. UK ( l.OsKU KH1!J\ V 1,1 ( Jb-.fiA ,lIH C Ol tl.e 4;:i ol July IMiun;. . HIKKS V, i!.I. IJh ( l.O.SKU I-H1DAV JLI.V I'.KtJ ;.-ri ;. .-,i ii!. : l'«.r tr.e.r st-i.:i- an- l.Lilii ; -. -I- 1 ! n r S,;'" v. hieii Malt- '.lu.Mlj;. J^r, fill: j A \| al SAM S !|. i \r , Meii.be; IllSlil .;;. Jui.. 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