Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 9, 1964 · Page 16
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]6_THURS., JULY 9. 1964. Lake Chorles American Press ? v < l*» •AiitafcW***' 1 - •> -4 STRIKE SUBSIDY — Theron Horion of West Lake, a member of ihe striking Teamsiers Local 663, supplements his income while on picket duty Reapportionment Plan Is Offered BATON ROUGE <AP> - - .Sec- reiaiy iif State Wade 0. Martin sai'l here that the National Association (if Secretaries of Stale has recommended that the U.S. Constitution be amended to lot. people organize their own two- honso legislatures, as long as one house is based on population. Martin is chairman of I h e N'ASS Committee on Kleetion Laws and Procedures. The MASS resolution said: "Whereas the Supreme Court n( the United States in decisions rendered June 15.1964, held that ihe equal protection clause of the federal constitution requires that the seats in both houses of a bicameral state legislature must be apportioned solely on ;i population basis. "Now. there, be it resolved that this National Association of Secretaries of Slate recommend that the Constitution of the United Slates be amended to insure the right of the individual states to organize their bicam- rral legislative bodies in such manner as the people of such slates may determine, so long as one house of said bicameral legislative bodies be apportioned on Ihe basis of population as nearly as may be practical." The resolution was presented by Wesley Bolin, secretary of state of Arizona. Martin, who attended the NASS annual convention in New York last week,; said that his committee's report covered a number of subjects on elections generally. He summa-; rized the report, in part: \ "General Observation. T h e; American people, it is antici- • paled, will witness accelerated : Transformation Of Cow Palace Begins SAN KKAM'ISH) lAI'i. The 1 'ow Palace is no place 'oilav jui 1 ei.m''. *)i people. Work i.- moving along briskU and noisily to transform the bi^ exhibition hall and home ol a protessional ice hockey team into the arena [or selecting the 1 1 JG4 Republican ticket. The convention opens Monday. Flags of the states have been draped on both sides. A new electronic score board has been installed to flash a running total of the vote for the presidential nomination. .Most uf the delegation phonos are in The major business ot erecting the platform area, however, is only half completed. Work men are still erecting partitions nlf the llnor lor various acli\i- !ic-. Mciiibeis ol i ho I oiuention ar laiigeinuiib euiimiiliee made liirir \\ay through the lumber and wires Tuesday in as<e-s llu progress. "It'.s working out ver\ well," said Clare Shank u! St. Petersburg, Fla . a GOP national committee-woman and a former as- Aslant national chairman. Mrs. Shank said she was delighted that so little room for the 1,308 delegates had been sacrificed iu enlarging the platform space allowed for the 1956 Republican convention in the same hall. Back at the headquarters hotel, there were happy tidings for people who'd like to attend the "GOParty Gala" convention eve but don't have $500 in cash for a ticket. Jusl charge it. the sponsors .-aid More .spccihcally, the national Republican senatorial and < •iii>'ri:...-ional committees an in.uin t-tj they'll accept- credit ihe foremost .social convention. IIP yuesls gel lor exeni n| Hi \VIia! \\i|| their *">mr An engraved ticket, ihe .sue ol a calling card, engraved in ; silver and blue, and packaged i , in a dark blue leather jewelry ' | box. The box also will contain ia tiny silver pin in the shape of the Capitol dome. —A chance to get a close look at all party presidential possibilities and dignitaries and to mix with what advance publicity bills as numerous movie and television personalities. —An elaborate buffet and drinks, dancing to two orchestras and banjo entertainment. Jennings Pageant Is Sef Aug. 29 JKNM.NGS iSpl.) The annual Miss. Jennings pageant will be staged August 29 at a place to be announced, according to a JC's announcement. : In conjunction with the -Miss | Jennings contest among girls ! 17 and over, there will be a Junior Miss Jennings selection | from among girls 16 and under, it was announced. I Winner of the Miss Jennings ' crown will be presented at the j : Rice Festival. She will replace j Gaynell Butsoii who will relin- 1 quish the crown to the new title ' winner. A scholarship and numerous prizes are being readied 1 o r presentation to the successful candidate- the .innnuneemeh' .,,1,1 . at the Continental Oil Co. facilities here. Horton 5s shown with his "good Sugariown melona" at one of the entrances to ihe plant area. timber shipments annually at MOXTGUMHHV. Ala lAPi - more than $500 million. Woods- Timber-based activities arc. playing an increasingly impor- . men harvest 2 billion board feet of timber each vear. BALLET TOWS SO. AMERICA NEW YORK (AP) - The American Ballet Theater sets off in August on its third Latin-American tour on behalf of the State Department's cultural exchange program. The company's itinerary, continuing until November 6, includes Brazil. Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Columbia. Venezuela. Costa Rica and Mexico. As soon as it returns home, the company launches on cross-country (ravels that wind up with a 25th anniversary engagement at Lincoln Center's State Theater. Army Still Snafu Reservist Reports WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - An Army reservist who doesn't want his name known attests to the following sequence. His unit commander received a directive to initial any erasure on an official paper. A second order countermanded this but a third directive reinstated t h e initialing of erasures. 1 Then an official document. I with an erasure and the proper initials, bounced back with this directive: "Erase the initials iand initial the erasure." IN CAMPAIGN GOP Split Over Viet Nam Issue WASHINGTON (AP) - Many Republican leaders agree that the Johnson administration's conduct of the anti-Communist guerrilla war in South Viet Nam will be an issue in the presidential campaign. But they do not agree on what line of attack to follow. Some have called for an expansion of the U.S. effort in terms of geography and intensity. Some contend that present policy is all right but that a Republican administration could implement it better. And some have called for withdrawal of U.S. forces or a negotiated settlement. And at least one prominent Republican, Henry Cabot Lodge, has maintained that he does not see how Viet Nam could be an issue in this election. But Lodge, who quit as ambassador to the embattled Southeast Aiasn nation to help the campaign of Gov. William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania for the GOP presidential nomination, agreed Sunday that Viet Nam "is a legitimate subject to discuss and debate." But he still did not view it as a major issue. President Johnson and such administration spokesmen as Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara have made it plain in recent weeks that the United Stales will continue its efforts to support the anti-Communist government of South Viet Nam. And they have left the door open to carrying these efforts to North Viet Nam. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the front-running candidate for the GOP nomination, has contended that under present policies "We'll be fighting in Viet Nam for a decade, and, at best, we'll end up with a draw or a slow defeat." He has called several times for bombing of the Communist Viet Cong guerrillas' supply lines from North Viet Nam, Cambodia, and if necessary, Communist China. Scranton, Goldwaler's closest rival for the nomination, has i said "We must give all practi- ! cal support to efforts by I h e ! South Vietnamese to end the ! use of Laos, Cambodia and North Viet Nam as privileged sanctuaries." Christian Clergy Study With Jews CINCINNATI (AP) - More than 100 Christian clergymen and scholars have received graduate-level privately endowed fellowships for study at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion since 1947. Mostly Ph.D. candidates, and representing all Christian denominations they spend two to (four years broadening their un ; rterslanding of the 'origins of j Christianity. Most, are prep;..! ing for leaching and prcachiii" careers in their deno'P- ;i - . .' , scli'io's or churches. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you Without n doctor's pr»- seription, the GALAXON plan. You n-.utt lose ugly fol or your money bork. One ol Ihe basic problems of losing w^'iM Is your inability to stick In a Dlrnn-d diet. The GALAXON plan contains a tablet and Is easily swallowed. Wi«n you take GALAXON, you simply Han't have the urge tor extra portions because GALAXON depresses your appetite and decreases your deslr» for food lhu« making It easier end more comfortable for you to diet. Your weight must comt down because at your own doctor will tell you, when you eat leu, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat ond live longer. Of course GALAXON can't do all the work for you alono. 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