Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 9, 1964 · Page 39
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 39

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, July 9, 1964
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Ted Kennedy To Leave For Boston Today NORTHAMPTON. Mass. (AP) — Sen. Edward M. Kennedy leaves Cooley Dickinson Hospital today for a 100-mile ambulance trip to New England Baptist Hospital in Boston. The Democratic senator from Massachusetts suffered a broken back in the crash of a private plane June 1.0. The pilot and a Kennedy aide were killed. Dr. Thomas F. Corriden, chief of surgery at Cooley Dickinson. announced the transfer and said, "Sen. Kennedy's recovery has been satisfactory and it i> felt he will receive continued good care and treatment at the New England Baptist Hospital." Doctors have estimated Kennedy, 32, will be hospitalized from six to eight months. Kennedy's in a special orthopedic bed called a Foster frame rather than in a cast. Corriden said he would he moved in a Stryker frame — a similar but sturdier rig designed to give greater protection against movement while traveling. THURS., JULY 9. 1964, loke Chotles Americon Press PROBLEMS Felt Is Vital Say HONOLULU (AP)-Don Felt (world's No. 1 sat tree of iced tea, and talked about Southeast Asia and communism. Three days before, four - star Adm. Harry D. Felt, command- Civil Rights Bill Called Undemocratic BATON ROUGE (AP) - The new chairman of the Louisiana power_'if_it got;State Sovereignty Commission _ . ae overegny ommission in the shade of a breadfruit i control of the breadbasket of Wednesday night assailed the , pensively stirred his glass I Southeast Asia," Felt said. This i civil rights law of 1964 as "Un- iced tea, and talked about • is the food-and-mineral rich " is the food-and-mineral rich area of Viet. Nam, Laos, Cam bodia and Thailand. H c believes a major obstacle or nf nil In/fed Sfafes military j in (| 1e fight against 'Communist 1 forces in (lie Pacific, exchanged •his uniform for the conservative I sport shirt, and slacks he was • wearing at, his new home in n fashionable Honolulu suburb. Frit's mandatory retirement : at ('2 came after 41 years service in the Navy. He was Pacific 1 military commander for six of those years. Felt, in his first interview as '> cv.-' l: "«. was asked what a , Conmiuni. I victory in Viet Nam would mean. ; "I can't, visualize us losing," aggression in South Viet Nam is lack of leadership outside Saigon. "A big problem is to get pcop'c to go info the villages and administer these areas honcst- lv," he said. American and undemocratic John McKinley, Gov. John McKeithen's law partner in Monroe, told a Kiwanis Club audience he finds the public accom- mocations and fair employment sections particularly objectionable. "This transgresses on basic, inherent American rights," Mc- Kinle said, "and it is just The people living outside ma- :crackin 8 lne door because more ' 11 comc lf we do not do some- jor cities in Southeast Asia arc ... just now beginning to realize! 1 "" 18 a " out what the fighting is all about, Felt said. He stressed the im- of providing them with things—a well, a road, a hospital, a schoolhouse. The admiral thinks the U.S. fol- He contended the federal government would soon be telling doctors and lawyers what kind of patients and clients they must serve. McKinley was asked whether he would advise, compliance Polaris Scores Three Successes At Cape Kennedy them. They have their own interests to look out for. They'd have .some hard decisions ' to make." Fell is heartened by the Sino- Soviet split. "It's always good if enemies fall out between if onlv Mao leaders rmf in Hiiin leaders got to falling "But all this takes time," he! said. "The programs are all there but. they have to be implemented." Looking farther north, Feltj discussed the problems of Kor-' ea. He made two points: —The economic situation in Korea is not good. Yet the country is maintaining a large military force that costs the Kor- CAPE KENNEDY. Fla. (AP) —The Polaris A2 missile closed out its test firings at Cape Kennedy Wednesday with three straight successes. The nuclear submarine John Adams launched the missiles on, „.-,,„, , v , u , m u L -mps on me unc, •• 1,500 - mile flights down range ! would Russia support the Chin-1 morfern i ct air force, making from a submerged position j esc?" he asked , c~.,»i, v ....i_ i, , about 30 miles offshore. compliance or non-compliance," he commented. "I would like Man Crushed As Truck Rams Auto NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A 10-ton truck collided with an auto being pushed here Wednesday and the motorist was crushed to death. up (in .Southeastj i Asia) with the chips on the line, j each individual case pointed out to me and comment on the individual situation." yisorens thfi chocolate milk for children? —North Korea has built up a Ortega's car was being pushed by another car. He was thrown Red China could become the i attack. South Korea vulnerable to air from the car by the impact. 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