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Ltd Jed P.O. SOX 8066 4924 COLE AYE. DALLAS* TEXAS Atiociottd i« U F J | X^l • A ™ UUAI " TE *^ 3 COMPM^ lake Charles Amencan Press Warm Partly cloudy and warm through T u e s r a y. Northeast winds 8-18 m.p.h. Low tonight 68. High Tuesday 89. STATE EDITION 5 CENTS / LAKE CHARLES, LA., MONDAY, JULY 13, 1964 18 PAGES NUMBER 25,761 Body May Yield Clue to Missing Trio 1 M / f .--"•" '. • ', v f" \ II ' First Ballot Victory For Goldwater Seen SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-The gates swing open today on the 28th Republican convention, fenced in tightly by hard-driving supporters bent on giving Sen. Barry Goldwater a first-ballot presidential nomination. Thundering over the opposition Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton was attempting to provide, Goldwater's outriders already had put the Arizona senator's conservative brand on the platform the convention will his column. This total includes j Probing for an opening in the 303 delegates who favor him but are not officially bound. The survey credited vScranton with 169 votes, none of them bound to him. encircling Goldwater forces, Scranton fired off a letter Sunday night challenging the Arizona senator to an unprecedented debate before the conven- Scranton, out-gunned at every j tion. Goldwater rejected this turn, tried to rally his tattered forces for a last-ditch effort proposal as ridiculous and returned the letter unanswered. Tuesday to revive in a conven-j Scranlon said the issue is tion floor fight some of the pro- j whether the posals shot down within the Goldwater-dominatod platform committee. choose "the convention will candidate overwhelmingly favored by the Republican voters, or will it choose be asked to adopt Tuesday. And ' At the cavernous Cow Palace, you?" The Pennsylvania gover- ^^^P^Pl'yj^^. 8 National Chairman William lv; ™' I'*" cited polls which show Miller, a leading candidate for' the vice presidential nomination, was scheduled to bang the challenge by Scranton for a debate before the convention. Goldwater moved into the convention's opening day with 740 first-ballot votes credited to him in an Associated Press poll —85 more than the 655 needed for nomination if they remain in gavel at noon. Opening session greetings were to follow, along with the election of Oov. Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon as temporary chairman. widely preferred over Goldwater as the nominee, Scranton said "Goldwaterism DeRidder Tourist Day Plans Given DERIDDER (Spl.) - DeRid- der Mayor Bob Blankenship has received the schedule of events for Tourist Appreciation Day from chairman Don McFatter. July 21 has been set aside as Tourist Appreciation Day for DeRidder, at which time a tourist family will be royally entertained in DeRidder by the citizens. General arrangements chairman Louis Blankenbaker has announced that Mrs. Evelyn La- Caze and George Houston will be co-chairmen in selection of the family of the day. The family will be taken on a tour of DeRidder in the morning by Mayor Blankenship and Mrs. LaCaze. The tourists will be the guests of citizens of De- Ridder all day and possibly overnight with all accommodations being provided by the citizens. They will be entertained at a Man in Stolen Truck Nabbed Near Jennings has come to stand for a whole crazy-quilt of absurd and dangerous positions that would be soundly repudiated by the American people in November." Among these, he said, was "refusal to stand for law and order in maintaining racial peace" and being afraid to forthrightly condemn right wing extremists." Taunting Goldwater, he said the Arizona senator "should not fear a convention you claim to control, and f would hope we noon luncheon with the DeKid-: have not reached the point \ Torso Found In River With Feet Bound JACKSON, Miss (AP) -- An autopsy at, the University Medical Center on the lower half of a body may yield a clue today in the case of three missing civil rights workers. A fisherman found the decomposed lower torso, its feet bound with rope, Sunday in Old River where it cuts away from the Mississippi about 15 miles south of Tallulah, Ln. Tallulah is some l'J5 miles southwest of Philadel'" jphia, Miss., where three civil rights workers disappeared June Jl shortly after their release from jail eta a speeding violation. ;' The condition of (he b o dt'y made it impossible to tell the .sex or race. Rut officials immediately notified Mississippi and Ffj[ authorities searching for the missing trio. The body was brought to Jackson. Rails Merger Approved By Federal Agency EIGHT DIE — Eight persons died and 25 others were injured Sunday night In a 90-second eccident in which threw huge tractor trailers and nine cars piled up near Tucson, Ariz. The accident took place when dust blown by high winds reduced visibility to mosl zero. (AP Wirepholo). il- der Kiwanis club. Kiwanis President Louis Blankenbaker said the mayor will make presentations which will include mak- where you fear to face the nation." Scranton has charged that Goldwater's strategists were Three Road Crashes ing them honorary citizens of V" "™ * „ "raieg sis were DpRiHHpr 9 nri Lnnisisinn ! llMtln g delegates as "a flock of DeRidder and Louisiana. Also making presentations will be Lovely Louisiana Tourist Association President Cecil Middleton and the DeRidder Chamber of Commerce, representative of the DeRidder Beauregard chapter of LLTA. All civic and chickens whose necks will be wrung at will." Goldwater canceled an appearance at a fund-raising party gala to frame his reply, sending Mrs. Goldwater to mingle with the guest:; without him. The wife of the senator created a irt;'t°!:i^«^=^^ ficials in DeRidder and Beauregard parish will also be were greeted with little fanfare. guests of the Kiwanis club at ' , J n d 'gnantly, Denison Kitchel, uoldwater s campaign manager replied in a statement that Scranton's remarks "tragically the luncheon. In the afternoon the tourist guests will be entertained at a tea at the War Memorial Civic Center by the various ladies organizations in DeRidder and reflect upon the character of the Republican party and every delegate to this convention. Cl aim 17 in Arizona TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)—At | storm on Interstate 10 about 30 I flaming pileup near Tucson was least 17 persons died Sunday in : miles northwest of Tucson. | touched off when a car carrying three Arizona traffic accidents j Seven died in a collision near " caused by sand and rain storms. I Williams in northern Arizona This was the official count by I when a car slid broadside on the Arizona Highway Patrol: | U.S. 6(i into the path of another Eight persons burned to death ; vehicle. five passengers slowed suddenly during a dust storm. A large truck carrying grain smashed into the car. Fire erupted and the car's oc- and 17 were injured, five criti-', J™ riS^V'trt* 'of'"""""' ^ t0 ^ the parish with Mrs. Margaret' ''Perhaps on consideration," Lewis as chairman of this event. ! he added, "the governor will re- Other events and entertain-1 cognize the intemperate nature ment during the day and night j of his remarks." will be hosted by Mayor Blan- i Former President Dwight D enship, McFatter, Middleton'Eisenhower scheduled an after- and City Manager Bill Hitch noon news conference. But I Scranton apparently could hope and their wives. Merchants have in a d e ar- ! for no reinforcements from that rangements through the C. of;quarter. Arriving by train, the C. to give gift certificates to ; general said that neither public- the tourist guest which will be : ly or privately would he express honored at each place of busi- a preference 'lor the presidential ness. candidate. JENNINGS (Spl.) - A 23- /M SULPHUR year-old Abbeville man, appre- '" JUi-rnUK hended here at 3:30 a.m. Sunday in a stolen truck, has been picked up by deputies from the Vermilion Parish Sheriff's office. The man, Harry Champagne, was arrested between Jennings and Welsh after being chased by Jennings city police officers Placide LeGros and Howard Mhire. Other vehicles, bunched together in the roaring sand storm, smashed into the wreckage in a chain reaction. '• Jim Weaver, a service station i operator at nearby Picacho Pass, described the heat as 1 overwhelming and said, "There i were no pieces larther than three-feet square left of the first icar." Three trucks and several cars MOSCOW (AP)-Soviel er and all will be in effect in all j burned for at lfiast five nours Premier Khrushchev today an- categories by the end of I%5, ! afterjhe accident^ despite ^rain nounced old age pensions for ; said Tass, the Soviet news agen-'"""' " ""-'collective farmers and pay Icy. cally, when at least 14 cars and \ Mesa and overturned. trucks piled up during a sand 1 The highway patrol said the Khrushchev Gives Farmers Pensions WASHINGTON (AP)-Thc Interstate Commerce Commission i has approved the consolidation of the Norfolk & Western, Nickel Plate, and Wabash railroads into a 7,450-mile system. I The ICC, in announcing the ; decision today, said the Penn- jsylvania Railroad must get rid of all of its financial interests j in the N & W and the Wabash, j because the Pennsylvania "is in a position to extend its control over the proposed system." The transaction involves the merger of the Nickel Plate—formally known as the New York, Chicago & St. Louis Rallroad- into the Norfolk & Western, and the subsequent lease of the Wa bash. The result would be a rail network extending from the port of Hampton Roads, Va., to the Great Lakes and Midwest. The decision was adopted June 24 by a 10-1 vote. The ICC said the consolidation may not take place unless the Pennsylvania notifies the commission by Sept. 17—30 days after the order takes effect—of its intent raises for doctors, teachers and . employes in housing and service ! Wiruslichev declared real in-1 industries. come of the Soviet people has and the efforts of firemen from Tucson and Casa Grande. IN MISSISSIPPI to divest. The dead person apparently Had been wearing blue jeans and .cnnis shoes. A leather belt <m (he trousers had a metal buckle with the initial "M." The missing include Michael Schwerner, 24, and Andrew Goodman, 20, both white of New York City, and James Chancy, 22, Meridian Negro. The pockets also yielded a gold watch, a key chain with two keys, and a piece of paper with the words "A&M College, rural Mississippi." A fisherman from Tallulah found the body draped across a log in the water. Many FBI agents Hocked to the Tallulah area. Some were from the Jackson office, where President Johnson said last week he was sending another 50 agents to strengthen the force in Mississippi. Meanwhile, in other weekend racial developments: One of two Negro women sitting at an integrated 1 u n c h counter in a Jackson bus station was struck by a white man, Khrushchev said the farmers < risen 61 per cent in the past de- Dance Tonight Kicks Off Rodeo pension measure, affecting about 6.5 million peasants, was of "tremendous historical importance." Most of them have been outside the pension system. cade. But he .said not enough is being done to satisfy public demand for consumer goods. He called for greater efforts to increase production of such goods. SULPHUR <S|.l gala, p.in. during the street dance. When the man failed to stop, the officers said they called for a road block at Welsh. Before getting to the road block, the street dance in downtown Siil-, Tuesday night trail riders will phur at 8 p.m. today will kick gather at the DeQuincy Lions off rodeo week activities con-, dub arena for a hobo supper, nected with the 15th annual Lou- 1 square dancing and Western man stonned the stolen frupk isiana ni 8 h school championship i music. The riders will camp in ™JMlXV*!,/° len ^ rodeo here. 'the arena and leave there about and ran into a field. Officers said they fired sev- j The dance will be held on eral shots, and the man sur-! Huntington Street between Eliz-; rendered. jabeth and Thomas Streets. Mu-j The truck was taken some-! sic wil1 tje furnished by Eddie time Saturday night from t h e i and tlle Jaz/ Kin S s and ' ne pro- ;''.'•' ln Vinton this year and will Louisiana State Rice Mill in Ab- 8 ram wi)1 be ™«>ed by Hod- J uil1 ttie DeQuincy group at beville. noli™ «aid I nev Guilbeaux. ' "Lost Lake" on Louisiana 27 for T „ , . .. . , . Khrushchev said that improv- In a speech at he opening ot , ing the living stan dards of the the summer session of the Su- pebopk , is thbe most jmportant preme Soviet, or Parliament, i problem for me < ;ovjet Uni Khrushchev said the agncultu- i ral position had improved so that farmers can now be : brought under the system. : f The pension plan described by! Khrushchev envisions minimum ' monthly payments of $13.20 ; and a maximum of $112.20 be- j ginning next year. ' The payments, however, were tightly hitched to wage levels reached before retirement age 65 for men and 60 for women. "Let every person know that if he works well today, he will »>' THK ASSOCIATED PRESS A second trail ride will origin- [be better provided for in his old (1:30 a.m. Wednesday on their annual trail ride to Sul- More Rain Is Expected Today Over Louisiana NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP)-Predawn blazes of undetermined origin burned two Negro churches to the ground in a rural | community near this southwest ' Mississippi City. ! Sheriff Odell Anders of Adams County said he had called | in investigators from the state j fire marshal's office to probe S causes of the fires. I Burned were the Jerusalem I Baptist Church, located about 1 two miles north of Kingston, and the Bethel Methodist ! Church, about one mile east of \ who disappeared before police ,. ... . ... .. i arrived. Both women were ar- No particular pan of divesti- rested on charges of disturbing ture was specified, but the ICC | the peace said all holdings in the new sys- ,<••„. „ , , , io™ m .,..» KO ,HC^C^ *r „.,„- „ I llles were slashed on the car used by a bi-racinl group of civil rights workers while they ate in a Jackson restaurant. When the group came out of the restaurant teen-aged whites threw eggs at them and spat on one of the white girl.s. Ushers at the First Baptist. Church of Canton denied admission to three white civil rights workers for Sunday morning .services. The thr'-e were stopped at the door and told that "due to the circumstance;;, you are not welcome." Two of the three attended the church the week be- Pair of Negro Churches Burn ill feeling or unfriendliness toward anyone." At nearby Natchez, a 57-year- fore. ?lL& 0 _TL raCtC ?r' ™'L!«! Several bricks were thrown Washington, told police a white man tossed a fire-bomb at his through windows ol a Greenwood theater which had refused to home early today but it failed seat a Negro group last to ignite. : b ' Washington told Lt. Charles : In New York - a group of doc- Bahin of the Natchez Police De- | tors Calling themselves members partment that a car stopped in j ot the "Medical Committee for front of his house and a white j J Jum a» flights, Mississippi Proj- man threw a bottle filled with' ect >" said tlle y planned to send gasoline or kerosene and rags i teams of physicians to Mississip- stuffed in it. !P>Chief J. T. Robinson said beville, police said. | ne y Guilbeaux. Vermilion Parish Sheriff Euda j The Mine Bar opened Louisiana 27 for a chuck wagon dinner. The rid- . ~.....«v»* * MA * k ->*i VJi*V-lill IJUVJrt ' * lit. 1TA1J11. A-»(JI fJIJCULU L111J 'II I 1 Delcambre said Champagne is'morning and will remain open , ers Wl)1 b , 8 greeted in Sulphur being held in the Abbeville jail'all week from 8:30 a.m. i<""' • l ' J!y a ' ld P amh offlcials to" pending filing of charges today midnight. The "bar" is operc orxrated' wi " take part in the rodeo P ar ' * _ . 'f\(\t* M *> n m jr~"—«•!-, *iiujg WA v,nai gca lUUay ****uiiigiii. i nc ucu JA u[X l cttcu i ,, in the theft of the truck. i by the Xi Rho chapter of Beta ,' at ° p m ' The y said they wanted to the Clifford-S[X)kane Subdivision I pieces of the broken glass were make su ''« civil rights workers Uouus and scattered thunder-, O tf the Kingston Road. i recovered and sent to the Mis- '" tne state nav «J adequate med- age," Khrushchev said. "Such interests ers and entire Soviet society." , -,,.,-. Khrushchev announced aver-: we ™ (lywn . ! n ' hp , 60s '" iscome - .., ~ — —- .V B| «,«. U « ,„ age wage increases of 25 per ! \, ns ; - wu " the low a b5 at ston community, the site of the, the church fires at Kingston week cent for workers in education ! AlexanUria - . oldest Protestant church in the The church blazes marked A spokesman said the volun- 1* U iJlllvl.lv; T OUlU. i i i a ----- I*%.%-\*>V.II V VB UJ414 i?l*ll k VW WJt, i»J 13~ " ~ ** «•—^-^v»**fcw. it n_ VI an approach is in the :;) iwweri ! were expected to keep Fire department crews from i sissippj Highway Patrol labora-l ical protection. They said the of the collective farm- , " A over niuch ° Natchez arrived at the scenes j tory in Jackson for analysis first tear " which included a doc- in the interests of the I ,;!'- sia " a I y , , of both blazes b-it the churches ; The sheriff's office said it, tor and nurse arrived last Fri- Temperatures early today, were ere about completely burned.! wanted to determine immediate- j da V in Uarksdale, and other White residents of the King Jy jf argon was responsible for ^ team; > would arrive within a DRV CLEANING SALE Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fn. PANTS. SKIRTS, SWEATERS 3 DRY _._. CLEANED W <r FOR 7OL ACME CLEANERS 2200 Rycn VARSITY CLEANERS J*l/ Greinwlch Boulevard Free Pick-Up and Delivery At Discount Prices ... on Thritty Service By Request Only .Men's Suits 80c Suits with 2 pr. pants $1 Any of Ir.e three Oelo* il.og Coats, short 4Uc Skirts, plain 40c Shins 40c Trousers 40c Dresses, plain $1.00 each Ho^r Convenient Offices: 1)1 W. Brood — .4119 Common 720! Kirkmon — 508 Blvd. LAKESIDE FABRIC CARE SERVICES HE 9-5755 Pnones Answered 2< h- = Sigma Phi Sorority, and tin- strongest drink available i black Louisiana cutlet- ! over a half dozen that have teer medical teams were coming The first performance of the!23 per cent in public health, 25 ,, uther Io ™ during the night: state, pledged they would help; state championship rodeo is^ 1 " cen * in retail trade and 15 M<>»''> e »>™™\rMF>rlWs, hew with men. money and materi-; burned since early summer. from various parts of the i-oun'-' M-heduled for 8 p.m. Wednes- P« r cent '" retailing and housing ,f,V V''^ e Vicf a "^ a's to rebuild the Negro church-• Other churches have been try, and rnanv have xm* ,.r ' " K^W "• - -' -..; - - b - Urned . ^ 3r Phi'^Jphia, daughters working „, Mis.^p- black Louisiana eotiee M-neuuied tor 8 p.m. Wednes-1 1** ceni lr >. retailing and housing A stage show arranged bv the dvay an > d ^' in colllinue each ni S nt i and munici P al services, sorority will be p»-escnicd'at 9 ["'° Ugh Salurda y "> the Future! Th« ^creases will tegin with , : i , t armies arena here. i public service workers in Octob- i CENT SALE: Summer Heels or,d Stacked Hetli. 1st pair regular price, 2nd poir Ic Teen Flais 3.63 and 468 US. Kcdettts, rt-3. to t'tl, nc.v 1'fi Girls' '.Vcatntjrb.rd Shots, regular to £ 99 now 2 V7 WESTPGlNT SHOE CENTt'K SULPHUR. LA ONE HGUH MARTINiZlt.O DRY CLEANING SU.F. ' JulV 14.'15.''16 An/ Trouiti;, SAeoteri or PiQin Sk.ru 'for 51 Free Aik About Bc< tltr-j-,-.- Convenient r.'.sriin;: ni Lccar EaLt To*n Snoppir,',- Cv^tr Pioneer B'j:ia r.% UCj'rrjg-e SfiOpp;^g Cfc!;'!*' C r e:n*!cn Sr.cpt; n^ ('.•',- Entries have been received rorn 145 contestants from across the itatt-. ; NE 'V^^ R R C rA- G p A E R N a gP ME G AND ATTENTION BUSINESS MEN! fc- oi council meeting W«jn«3«o/, J 'V. ] ' ] ": 9 °° *- M ' of City Hall, to batjc and refuse rates. C/-LCASIEU SANITATION SERVICE Pnswies 436-72» - 439-4011 ^L.MM>;R SPECIAL •:.••! ,:.-r tor painted, compl«:t C O A O C SAA/E ] "' i> / /I V } ORIGINAL V /LH-'^ COLOR Jill. I. TORRES PAINT \ I10IJY WORKS - : b''*:.z 436 ISiO REPEAT OF A SELLOUT Our entire jiock full bold plam ar.d pr/nfeo Whipped Creorn Including tramltionali 1.38 yd. Semi-Annual Clearer^*- Butlonj and Trirr.mlnoj '; pr .* V O L P E ' S Large Fryers Ib. 25c Round Steak Ib. 59c- Baby Beef Liver .4 Ibs. $1 Whole Pigs only $5.95 20-lb. Meat Deal $6.95 Vi C»H (cut free/ Ib. 35c MeUorine . 'i gal. 39c Domino Sugar 5 Ibs. 49c M £ L V J .N" S r.in of.d H.tot Mar*;t 2702 K.rnfr.-jn <^. x,;7 burned near t ,, , . . . , fl . An unidentified citizen told a Greenwood, Moss Point, Canton pi in the civil' rights pruioi-t Sunday highs ranged fa.ni % newsman: and Ruleville A,, „.,. t , . r t i " at Shrevei/jrt to 89 at Lake -w. wa m i,, M, t th,.^ „*,,: n.?'H! "*:^.. - . , An oul-uf-state licensed phyM- Charies. All points '\Ve want to help the.e peo-, George Steinstrmger, assistant. dan can prat-tic- in Missiviipi.i eXCL ' pt P le rebuild their places of fi re chief at Natchez, said, "Ar- f he atXs or" a liVeiTi ind Snreveport reported some rain, worship This community is son was definitely indica ed in MV fS He d ws no?hive u _ Heavier raims.!! was at Baton friendly and peaceful with no the burning." ,^* , , ' ,, L * n0t " dve l ° houge — 2.74 inches. Monroe had 1.42 inches arid Alexandria 1.20. Other pointv reported less i l >sn an inch. SPKUALS TillS WEEK Cutii'ij Mattresses made iulo IniH-rspnng $17.50 Iiiht-rsiJi lugs niadt- ovtr .$14.00 Bt-d Springs made into Box Spring.-, $19.50 Phone 439-5821 TKH1CO MATTHESS FACTORY Urn- Dn;-' Service PRE-INVENTORY SPECIAL Inlaid Linoleum. Was $2-95 [->er square yard, uo'.v $1.50 per sq. yard SOUTH STREET FLOOR COVERING f. • H,;; 47/J126 LORETTA'S FASHION DISCOUNT Ail Nufr,« tJrorvd Mercnoftflii* ro't. til Lud.ts' Drcs-.fs ..II each j • r. f-obci .... . ...... 1200 .-; .i: P--.'f.-i .,• ^; j Kf $! 00 .i, L., : P'j.^-.^s s: e-5 or 2 lor ii the burnings.' undergo another examination. B-I-G SALE B-I-G Prien Lake Road Bargain Center Cgrr-.tr ot f t i«ii L Of • Poijd unu (Jou'fiti f J Open Daily 8:30 to 6 P.M. Sale Starts Tuesday, July 14, thru Saturday ' »8c la loT of tooies, children s and men • in&cs looie ot chllg/en'« k.nil lopj. »ijti 3 to U Special root ol nonie tr«nd loait* dreiiw Sptt.ol rock ol Juniors and p«M( drtiics . 5()*<:«3l rock ol chUlirtn i drnsn i ODI« ol odd» and ends Group ot men'i »*irr truniu — L.cH3:e5 ikirtj, oil name wands G>xl Special LOdies Sf 1 ff**"j,jf Dreile *^ei \ A; s*»Utiiuits, sncrls ono cirer spofTi.v,ur . Please Check Y,.ur U.M JJ.j» »9c • • • 2 ? S eocn or J for iS.OO V T o 24 . 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