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Uaied Wire Service of Associated Press STATE EDITION P.O. BOX 8066 4924 COLE AVE. I I ^^1 • A. DALLAS, .TEXAS M*P, Lake Charles Amencan Press 5 CENTS Negroes, 6V CONGRESS Major Bills Await Action Cloud Partly cloudy throu day with scattered and evenfng thvnde Low tonight 72. High Kfi CHARLES, LA,, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1964 16 PAGES NUMBER 25,761 Police Clash h Tttes. flernoon showers. Tuesday Harlem WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress reconvenes today to tackle a mountain of major legislation—much of it highly controversial—in the partisan atmosphere of a between-conventions session of a presidential campaign year. Sen. Mike Mansfield, D-Mont., the Senate majority leader, opened a drive to clear the remainder of President Johnson's "must" program before the Democrats meet at Atlantic City Aug. 24. First on the Senate calendar was a bill to ease pay restrictions for federal civilian employment of part-lime workers and retired regular military officers, and a measure to increase the pay scales of almost all military personnel. The House planned only a routine session, putting off all legislative business until Tuesday. In the month ahead, the Senate faces hot debate on such legislation as the $3.5-billion foreign aid authorization bill, a $9G2.5-million antipoverty program and other proposals. Un- der the circumstances, Mansfield offered no guarantee that Congress could finish its work before the Democratic convention. But. appealing to colleagues in both parties to hold partisan in-fighting to a minimum, he said it can be done if members of both parties apply themselves with diligence "and leave the political take-off and campaign oratorial flights until later." If Congress does not finish its work by then, he said, "we will be here in September and on to December if necessary." President Johnson listed 30 must bills in a news conference June 23. Senate and House, showing unusual speed, already have sent eight of these to the White House. Both houses h::;ve passed four of the other bills and are expected to reach compromises on them sometime this week. These arc a $546-million military construction measure and a bill setting allocations for the federal aid to highway programs. Son of Boan Member Is On Angola Staff BATON ROUGE (AP)-StUe Board of Institutions records show that T. H. Martin Jr., ion of a new board member up- pointed by Gov. John McKe then, has been hired as execut ve assistant lo the new acfingj warden of the stale penitentiary <: al Angola. ew Hackberry Lions Banquet Tonight The monthly pay for the . ... Angola official is §600 monthly Young Martin, who was a deputy sheriff when his father was sheriff of West Felicikna Parish, made an unsuccessful bid for sheriff himself last fall. I The institutions board last week, after a closed session, named H. L. Hanchey of qald- well Parish, the governor's home, acting warden to succeed Victor Walker, who resigned after critical remarks about] the state's handling of the pen ten' tiary. The board meeting last Week j made no announcement of young Martin's job. '• His father was named to jiead j a board subcommittee to Keep check on Angola affairs. ' i Gov. McKeithen, when ajsked : for comment, said Sunday he was surprised Hanchey had been named acting warden. He said it was his feeling Angola needed a man highly trained in prison work, j HACKBERRY (Spl.) - The new Hackberry Lions club will receive its charter and..inslal] officers at a banquet at 8 p.m., today at the Hackberry recreation center. The new club, organized recently under the sponsorship of the Cameron and Lake Charles Lions clubs, will have 26 charier members. Jack R. Del Bueno of Opelousas, immediate past district Lions governor, will present, the charter, which will be ac-i cepted by Charles A. Riggs, club; president. ' An address on Lionism is to be given by Otto J. Hood of De- Ridder, an international Lions counselor, James V. Palmer of New Orleans, state Lions secretary, will present a number of gifts. Also taking part in the program will be Jennings B. Jones Jr., past president of the Cameron Lions club; Lawrence Toups Jr., past president of the Iowa Lions club; Raymond D FuJjenz of Lake Charles, zone chairman; James J. Toth, Lake Charles Lions club, master of ceremonies; and the Rev. E P. Bringol, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hackberrv duce the charter members; G. Gus Quinn of Lake Charles, past zone chairman, who will install the officers; and the Rev. Richard Donahue, pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Hackberry, who will give the benediction. Officers to be installed for the new club are; Riggs, president; Five in Sta Die by Accident Over Weekend Buckmaster, first, second and third vice-presidents, respectively; Clifton Cabell, secretary- treasurer; Chester W. Krumm, Lion tamer; and Ernest E Kyle, tail twister. Directors include Julius T. Johnson and James P. Rountree, two-year terms; and Dr. J. B. Colligan and John R. Rollins, one-year terms. Charter members in addition to the officers are: Rene J. Becnel, Donald R. Broussard, J. Leland Colligan, John A. DeBarge, James T. Dennis, Jack D. Drost, Tommie L. Goodrich, Jack A. Moore, John Henry Poole, Benny L. Sanders, Dean E. Sanner, Neal W, Sears, Joseph G. Sonnier, John R. Walther, Anderson R. Welch. Members of the charter night committee were John Henry Poole, banquet; John A. De- By THE ASSOCIATED Accidental deaths claimejd five victims in Louisiana ove:- the weekend—including a 5-year-old boy who drowned. The boy was Dexter Kyson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kyson of Winnfield. He drownec Sunday in Fish Crtek while on a family outing. Another drowning occurred in Iberia Parish Saturday when Greland Bernard, ll-year-old Negro, waded into water o\er his head in Bayou Tuche. State police said Shelton W. j Allen, 45, of Addis, La, was i killed Sunday after he apparent- |ly fell asleep at the whe>l. His car struck a tree about 2',-s miles north of Plaquemine on state highway one. ] Laura Jackson, 47-year-old Baton Rouge N^ro, was) killed Saturday when a cpr in) which she was a passenger was in- HARLEM VIOLENCE — A helmeted policeman raises his club lo a Negro on Iho sidewalk al 132nd Slreet and Seventh Avenue in New York's Harlem during battling Sunday night, Helmeted police still patrolled the area today but they said "tension has lessened a great deal." (AP Wirephoio). McKeithen Swings Forces to Speedy ~"o w i r *--j** i ^»tt \JL the Cameron Lions club; J. Fred Land, president of the Lake Charles club, who will intro- ons from other clubs in this area, wives and guests are ex- in _tro-j)ected to attend the banquet QUITTING RACE Highway 90 west of Sulphur took the life of Earl L. Hargroder, 22, I of Beaumont, Tex., Saturday. MANSURA, La. (AP) — Big names in Gov. John McKeithen's camp wheeled into action during the weekend on behalf of i the Eighth District congressional bid of former state Sen. Speedy 0. Long. The Jena contender battered at U.S. Rep. Gillis W. Long on j civil rights, packing the House: Rules Committee, and Congres- ' sional absenteeism. Speedy was an unsuccessful candidate for .state insurance commissioner on McKeithen's gubernatorial slate. Gillis, a distant relative of U.S. Sen. Russell B. Long, was third in the Democratic race for gov- ; ernor. Joining Speedy on his tour i here Sunday were state Sen. j Dudley J. LeBlanc, Abbeville, a I McKeithen supporter; Public ! Ser vice Commissioner John jHunt, Monroe; Chairman C. H. (Sammy) Downs of the Democratic State Central Committee, a McKeithen legislative leader; j Mrs. George S. Long, widow of! the late congressman who wasj Hie brother of Earl ami Hut-y i Long, and Edgar Coco, Marks-i ville. ' Willard Kilpatriek, McKeilh-i en's institutions board chairman, and others. Downs struck at Gillis Long's absenteeism, charging he had been in Congress only about three of the last 17 months. : Gov. McKeithen is known io 1 be backing the bid of Speedy Long, although he hasn't said i anything other than that he ! would vote for him if he were iin the Eighth District. U.S. Sen. Long, Huey's son, is expected to join the Gillis Long campaign soon, in a widely recogni/.cd political showdown ; between McKeithen and 1/tng. ; Af Hessmer, Gillis Long ac! cused foes of switching cam' paign tactics from ''the big lie" i to the "big buy." Wallace Opens Wby for Goldwater Believe Riots Help Goldwater LONDON (AP)-British newspapers snid today the violence in Harlem holds grave dangers for the United States. One said it may carry Sen. Barry Goldwater to the Whit- House. "America could he on the' verge of something really; frightful." said the conservative 1 Daily Sketch. "Every l'lareup in Harlem,' every petty punch-up between j Negroes and whites that happens to rale a paragraph this summer will almost certainly mean more bitter, frightened votes for Goldwatcr. "Every Sunday (ike yesterday, in Harlem or anywhere else, increases the possibility that Barry Goldwater will move into the White House in Jan-! ' nary." Daily Express correspondent David English wrote from New York: "Now (here is just heat and dirl, anger and fury in Harlem." Hclla Pick, New York corrcs- { pendent of the Guardian, cabled that "the country's more responsible Negro leadership is worried." • "Their problem remains: how : [ to prevent violence within their ijown ranks. They more than ' anyone else are aware that every act of violence from the Negro side is one more vole for the now hated enemy, Sen Coldwaler." DeRiddeMDC Elects tee As New President DKHlDDFJt (Spl.) - The DC; Ridder Industrial Development , Corporation elected officers for jthc new year at its first board! of directors meeting recently at' the Chamber of Commerce. • New officers of the organization are president, Dolph Lee- ! vice prasjdenf. C. H. Williams) and secretary - treasurer, H I Stewart. \ The new hoard of directors in-! elude Cecil Middleton, H. I ( Stewart, Huey McElveen, John i , Woolen, Dolph Lee, C. H. Wil! Jiams, L. B. Griffin, Stuart Kay land Ed Brandt. i Dolph Lee is owner and oper-' ator ol Dolph i, C e Ford Motor Co. in DeRidder and is active! in all the coimnunily'.s civic, social and religious activities. ! C. H. Williams is also active' iin community activities and is i the owner of the Big Star Gror-l cry Store in DeRidder. H. f. Stewart is vice presi- ; dent of the First. National Hank ol DeRidder and has served with ; the corporation in this position previously. j The purpose of the IDC is to i encourage and assist in the Jo- cation of commerce and industry in Beauregard Parish. T h e j corporation is a part of the C of' C and has industrial sites available with all utilities, three railroads and an airport. Retiring as president of (lie IDG is Fred Schweitzer and <;.; \V Lime Jr. as vice president •. Man Killed, c , , , btores Lo °t NEW YORK (AP) - Missiles rained fr<m roofe, crowds knocked down barricades, fists and knives Hashed in the steady heat, and police guns barked Harlem was rjoting. While temperatures soared Saturday and Sunday nights m the packed Negro ijhctlo, police and Nei'roe's locked in surging fights in which one Negro was shot to death. More than 100 persons were injured, including two do/en patrol-! men. Plate glass windows tell inj slithers and more than a score j of stores were looted. One super- i market lost $2,000 in cash, 200 cartons of cigarettes and SO cases of beer. Every rifle in one pawnshop disappeared and police took rifles Funeral Rites Planned Today For G. L. Grein i i i i • 11 i Included in the loot were cam- , , I'f '.'"f '].'" r (.iiein, li, o Pr en Lake Road. wii< to held a 5 eras clothing, jewelry and p.m. today in the jIxso'nFu'n'er- xvaldlcs ' ! al Home chapel. There were more than 100 ar- j The Rev. Hugh Van Eaton lcsls- 'pastor of the Fiist Baptist Church, will offiek t(\ Dr. Paul Tensions had lessened a great • - -•• • "«• deal by today, police said, but N° b crts, pastor ol' I le First Bnp- they continued their patrol, still! l '? 1 Church, Little Hock, Ark., wearing steel helmets. "'';; as ; sisl Sunday night, three civilians were treated a! hospitals for gunshot wounds. Twelve patrol ^ J ! Pricn M °- Ccni <« e ''v. Mr - t!rcin llic( atc Saturday . - . men were injure:! bv flvint; ob- '" a loc ' al hosp'tif He was a jecls. ' ' ' "alive of Madist-n, Ind., ,-md Jmd Also injured were a white television cameraman and several other newsmen. lived in Lake Char es since 1910. He owned and operated Farm Supply and Awn ng Co. here rested. The initial outburst followed protest rallies over the Fatal shooting of a Negro boy by a white policeman. The violence left one man shct to death, 108 arrested, and more than 100 injured, including JLifpzen The new flareup followed funeral services Sunday evening fur 15-ycar-olcl James Powell, slain last Thursday by police Lt. Thomas Gilligap." who said he fired when the boy came at him with a knife. Throughout the Sabbath. Negro leaders, in speeches and in conferences with police and city officials, had demanded Gilligan's arrest. The Negro ler.ders—including James Farmer, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality, and Bayard Kusliri, leader of last yoor's civil rights march on Washington —urged Negroes to stay home Sunday night. Both men were booed at a rally when (hey called for nonviolence. Before Hie funeral services, police sealed off a 57-bJ«;k area in the center of Harlem. Outside the funeral home, a crowd of about 500 gathered. Inside was a capacity crowd ol IfiO mourners. About the time funeral services were nude 1 - way, bottles and of her mi.s.s-/>s began crashing in the str.-i-t. Patrolmen. waving nightsti.'ks, began charging inio crowds that poured from be' :nd police barricades. Volunteer Fire Chief in Storks Schedules Meet —.._„„ jnd Implement Co. as ,' young man. Mr. Grein was a deacon and member of the finance committee of the First Bfeiptist Church a veteran of We rid War I, a 32nd Degree Mrson, member of Lodge No. 165, a Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. Survivors arc bis wife, Mrs. Delia Shaw Gain; one son Charles R. Grci Jeans; three bn Grein of Californ and Edward Gro' mour, Jrid.; one s ly Logdort of Jac i of New Or- thers, Frank a, and Charles i, both ol Seyster, Mrs. Bel- ksonville, Fla., and one granddaughter. Debbie Del Sockrider of Lake Charles Pallbearers wi!! be Mount Talbot, Don McCillister, James Kuttner, Eddie I'rudbomme, R. B. Robertson, i'arroll Ilixson, James Foglein! Steen. Deacons of tl Church will sei pallbearers. Viet Co 40 Civi During in and Gordon ie First Baptist 'e as honorary igKill lians Attack SAIGON, Vie Nam (AP) Communist guerrillas slaughtered 40 civilian^ and 12 military defenders in a slashing attack today on the district capital of Cai Be, 50 m les southwest of Saigon. Twen y-three women and children were found among the dead. The raid fo lowed up an attack Sunday 01 a military post 30 miles farther southwest in which a U.S. spokesman said the guerrillas canied off almost the entire defense force of 130 men WASHINGTON (AP) - Alabama's Gov. George C. Wallace's abandonment of an independent presidential effort invited Sen. Barry Goldwater today to pursue an all-the-way conservative drive against President Johnson. When Wallace announced Sunday he was giving up the effort to get his name on presidential ballots in 16 or more states, he removed a serious obstacle to Goldwater's chances of carrying several Southern states in the November battle with Johnson. V. C. T. ANNUAL PICNIC Voris King's Prien Lake 7-25-'64 2 p.m. Purchase Tickets in advance only $1 each. Ph. HE 9-4395 J. A. MacLeod, Sec.-Treas. Hear CHARLKS C. JAUEKRT Conciliate, District Judqe, Division "D" occult' "The Family Coim" KPLC-TV Channel 7 Today--5:20 to 5:30 P M (Jojwt for Jutise Political Adi i Wallace appeared on CBS' i : "Face the Nation." ! The action offered the Republican presidential nominee some possible rewards in Dixie, if he maintains ins conservative course, that would have to be weighed against what he might! gain elsewhere if he yielded to! intra-party pressure to swing toward the middle of the road. Rep. William E. Miller of New York, the vice presidential nominee, indicated he would like to see some overtures to the par-i ty's moderates and liberals in ! the Northern industrial states that would bring them around to active support of the [national ticket. | But Miller said in response lo questions on NBC's "ijleet the Press" that failure to; get the backing of such men as Sens. Jacob K. Javjts and K nneth B. campaign and to give their ad- MCC on OWE HOUR MARTINIZCNG DRV CLEANING SALE Any Trouitfj, Sweaters or Plom Skirts , ff"\ t/-\r 2) I IOf V J . " ! A Aoo-Jl Box S'OrOQe Cunvenitrit (V3ftir,:;,ng Locations r--:,i Tc<n Snoop, no Center P.'j.ie-<- E-.iiainc 'i:.utr.;,Qt( S.'Kipp.na C-n'e- Creinwitn Snopo-ng Ci( t .'.':-'(». n; jfooo'ng C^nin Keating of New Yo Scott of Pennsylvania lord P. Case of Ne "won't be fatal." Goldwater said in Ariz., he thinks he wi in New York and Pem in November. Miller said he favor mil meeting of Repub: ers of all shades of c canvass the prospects Large Fryers 20 Ib. Meat Deal Round Steak Whole Pigs Ofl Baby Beef Liver, 4 i '-j Calf ifut frepi .Medium Ksg.v 4 <j< Doiiuno Sugar j M E 1. V i N . •-;* , H ; "!*° '" c "' ''''* c, Hugh md Clif' Jersey Phoenix. do well isylvania > a sum- can lead- )inion to for the Ib, 25c $6.95 Ib. 59c y $5.95 . $1.00 b. 35c . $1.00 bs 49< S 1 K.f T j Goldwater. who returns to Washington iu);iy after a uoek- end in Phoenix. ;,;nd during the California primary campaign in : June he intended to can such a I session. He has not mentioned it • since his nomination. The Arizona senator .said j "conferences that I will bave !nothing to do with" will go on 'during the next two weeks to "plan the type of campaign we will conduct." Asked who would attend, he replied: "The academic ivpts. the engineer t;,pes and the- political types Goldwater .sauJ that former President Dwiuhl D KiMrnhow- or had promised t,j . for Inm and would tell him' soon how many .-.peaking appear- ; antes "he could stand." He said he hopes Eisenhower will be able to campaign with "a half ' do/en to a dozen speeches." Goldwatcr expressed surprise < at Wallace's decision to quit bis independent president;al movement but did nut comment further. In Austin. Tex., White Huu^e press secretary George Reedy, iaid: "G 0 v. Wallace is entitled to any tltdsiwi he wish- t-.i to make." VIVIAN'S KinaJ Clearance ^rv 7 ' ! ° »<>».*».. . n™ «is v Skull Una Blour.c-. lo tl«.'/8, , . No.v ^'' l-j ' ',""'' '" v - Han <1 ,„ )r«»M< to -tt; rjo,, yj, ,,j . 'All Safes Fiiml, Ca-.ti (jjil< CUESTK A ST. HOMAIN, D.D.S. 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