Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 4, 1964 · Page 17
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, Asst, iMst?< Atty -tTSifliflgg; JoneS spoke;a|airist^the .pftpsai 'af* ;gtiing that beer.sales\6n Stifld&y would',cau'sV-an ' , . said thathk'a'ssociatldn had got- i .V .-. - *j, * , t a. i £ J* £ ± ± , "\ i?v, , £. , i **. i_ '' , LAFAYETTE. ; 'La.' (AP)-An attack on a wjiite • priest 1 who was pastor > of ;a''.Negro -parish' at * 'Eunice has k resulted '• , in j a stern warning from Bishop Maurice Schexnayder.'.';'. 1 *''" v': A'pa'storal letter read Sunday hVall churches "of-,the Diocese of Lafayette" specified ,'severe penalties, for 'Catholics r who >ln-~ terfere with Negro "Catholics in the" free practice of their* religion. v« >,' ,f•'•>",''"/ . " ' The letter also set penalties for those who join organizations whose aim - is to oppose the teachings of the church in regard to race relations. No organizations were named. The penalty indicated would be a "reserved "sin,", Under church law, a spokesman said, a reserved sin can only be forgiven or absolved by the bishop of the diocese after a change of heart. ' -" Bishop Schexnayder said the white men involved in the beating of the priest have apologized and are doing penance. He said no criminal or civil' charges were filed. < The bishop scheduled an hour of reparation, of penance, ( for the diocese at 5 p.m." Friday. Police Seek Owners Of Electric Wire Lake Charles City Pjolice are seeking the owners -of about $500 worth of construction-type electrical wiring which was recovered Saturday morning, Edward Zailskas, chief of detectives, said the wire was re- covered'by the police'from a pickup truck loaded with trash, Zailskas said the owner of the truck has been unable to give a satisfactory 'explanation of where the wire was acquired but that the department has not received any reports of the wire being missed or stolen, New York City Is Faulty Landlord NEW YORK (AP) - Lawyers were studying housing violation cases in the old Tweed Cpurt House when it began raining <-* outside and then inside, Nobody ga,ve the pity,— New York's biggest landlord *•* a summons for laving^ a |eaky roof. t , , ', -,.\f "- SIM *:t! 'of- the '6rdina>dfeytoich>di§al/ WwedfSUtiday, sale" of,'beer?;He Said '"about 35 per 'denfa! th"" signing* wefe ..women.- ,C ( >^' £«"Jones"said,It was reported to* himfthatf some of'the", names' were 'from "people of- Golden Meadow .who came'here on ;a shrimp' boaUVy v '• ' - : ., ! Salter Stated, that the'petition had no, legal grounds." The petition',, was, just-a sign of the .wishes of th6'people, Arcerteaux said v ;',,";, k ; V/ - >„• /'- ,' '<5;./ H Jurdi 4 d. 1 A. \Rlggs .closed the discussion,,by asking, for a.res- olution-,that requested "the! pres-. ent ordinance' a'gainst", Sunday sale,continue to' be enforced. It passed unanimously.': .,,'*• . U.The ordinance against the 'sale of beer on Sunday came as a result of a grand jury investigation 'in the early, 1940S, Juror Horace Mhire.said,-and not as a result of any police jury action. Earlier,'- in' the 'meeting,. the policy jury'set an'election for September 19 for a '-stock law in Ward 6 (Hackberry), Voters will cast their ballots to decida whether they wanted a law making it illegal for livestock "to roam at large oh the' streets and highways of the ward. • « ' < • £ t JCuf ^ * * tr fM|e\'¥' '' w« «*««•• hrt TTClw/if 11U •»....»—• tfSSat&'ttm , elr&se Mmentarjf Sehedi, 332 ,ftnd S,, J, Welsh f f ;HIg1t;Sch8(5l t; ^o &{<;> '.'rMin^ -\\- 'v', JHfe parish -sclwffl -board and Bins flatfl Quart Size TOMATO CAf8W/,fl)f Del., public works employes as they 'worked,to 'free-her leg from a'.drain, pipe where she was imprisoned for an broken into five sections arid removed. -(AP ,Wlrephoto). ', „ _;, ,,.'-',. ' Machines Airport Sale Disputed J:. • ., I . ' ' ' „, McV,S6titheW i Bridge 3e^of Baton tegs and FiMffl« sran'd v S8ns;n, ./x/'^v'.; fvlfI. samtf'sttuatloirfwas' true of ft bid submitted t6 fenoVStfi the <3um Cove ferry wfifch'cr6§si e"3 the Intracoastal Canal soutti 6LVint6n.,G, B, zlgler, Co.Vef Jehtilngs was" the only bidder. An estimated cost will be made today since'the exact e K ost will >not be known until thr ferry is 1 dry-docked, '•',;"' > General, Equipment, ; Inc* o Baton Rottge,was the 6hly bid der on a motor grader for Wait 8; The bid .was '$15,694 which included a trade-in, ' W. E, McDonald of Glenniora bid $14,204 fbr hard surfacing various streets in Iowa. Thi firm also bid $3.15, per cubii yard for 3,100 yards of sand-cla; gravel to-be used - on : the pro; ect. McDonald "',was the onl; bidder on* both items. i > "R t E. Heidt'Construction Co was the only bidder at $7,246jo blacktoppirig the .parish roa leading into the Ward 1 recrea Uon center, This will be'a'stat aid project. '" ' - The road and bridge comml >huiF oVef Interstate 10 has been approved by'lhe federal Bureau df Public" Roads',^ Rodney Vitt, parish engineer, said. The crosswalk 'Iwill ' be" '> constructed at- the W»vT« tfenning Eleirien* ary Schaol;":' -"',<, "• • Tuesday; the" jtftj^ will receive bids for the salQi-df $200,006 in bonds for the Ward 3 !ire lion- district The /claims committee authorized Advertising for two fire trucks -should the bonds be sold,-* ,'>&x '•• Ed .Taussig'rFord.-'Ilnc. t was low bidder for a 1965 dump truck for Ward 7. , The' bid i was $3,337, Cagle Chevrolet . was'; low : bidder on a 1964 pickup for Ward ,6, The bid' was $1,732,,: ^ :' 1 No bids were received for relocation of two camp's l onSthe west "-bank df- the -West Pork of 'the Calcasieu ,Eiver 'at,, the site of the Dunn bridge. The, en* ginecring 'department wilb ( negotiate for their relocation. , - Bar Burglar A burglar, evidently locked up in & bar when it,closed Saturday night, damaged >, two ma< chines in-the establishment but failed to - get any money, 'according to Lake Charles City Police. The owner of the Harlequin Lounge at 316 Pujo St, reported to the police Sunday morning the back door of the establishment had been found open. An investigation by detectives disclosed there was no forced entry into the establishment. Edward Zailskas, chief of detectives said 'the- burglar smashed the cash register with a hammer found in the establish* ment and attempted to open the, juke box without success, Youth Revival Scheduled At Tabernacle Evangelist Claude M. Sail' hamer of Southern California, conducting a five-day youth revival at the Calcsaieu Tabernacle, 829 Division St. The services are. interdenonv JpstJpnaJ, • 'Special'music each night are to charge gf the Murdocfc family. By JIM BEAM American ' Press Staff Writer The Calcasieu .Parish Police Jury has apparently "painted itself into a corner" in connection with its plans at deactivated • Chennault. Air ^Force, Base.' ', '• i ' , ,A question facing the jury now is whether or not it has the authority to sell parish 'property it recently purchased at' the multi-million,dqllar, facility. Or 'does the'' authority', rest with the Lake'Charles Airport Author- Chairman Is •i i Named by New Probe Body BATON ROUGE (AP) - Rep. Delos Morgan, East Feliciana Parish, became chairman Monday of a new.Louisiana legislative committee to investigate state insitutions. Named vice chairman of the committee was Sen. B. H. (Johnny) Rogers, Grand Cane. The committee was named by the Legislature and given authority to probe state institutions other than Angola State Prison, A separate committee was named to keep an eye on the state penitentiary. Other members of the institutions investigating committee are Sen. Garland Bonin, Lafayette, and IJeps. Steven Dupuis, t. -Landry, 'and Ernest Singleton, st, Helena Parish, ity which operates the city's municipal airport? Judging from a legal opinion issued Monday by the dis- trict'attorney's office, only the airport authority has jurisdiction at Chennault. Henry Yelverton, assistant district _ attorney, ' issued the opinion when contacted by the Lake Charles American Press. "The police jury has no ji|ris- diction over operation of airports within Airport District'!," Yeiverton said. That district, includes' Ward 3 of the, parish and those industrial areas in Ward 4. Chennault is in the district. , ' There seemed to be no confusion over who had control at Chennault as long as the operation of an airport wasn't involved. However, the jury recently purchased seven hangars and three underground fuel stor* age tanks on the civilian area at the base. Louisiana Flyers, Inc., which is located on Chennault, has offered to buy those facilities for $20,000, the same price paid by the police jury. , • Ward 3 juror Johnny Gaidar- era opposes th« sale on the grounds that the improvements are worth much more than the police jury paid the government. He said over the weekend that no public bids were being taken on the proposal, "This deal smells of throwing away taxpayers' money without regard for the people," Caldarera said. The fact that the property at Chennault is public property and would be used for operation of an airport by Louisiana Flyers, just as the iminicipal au> port is public-property used as an airport, would indicate that it too cpmes under airport authority control. The airport authority was created in 1962 for the - purpose o£ supervising operation o! the municipal airport. Deacttvation of- Chennault was not expected at that time. It has been reported that a taxpayer's suit will be filed to prohibit the Chennault if hangar sale at the jury goes ahead with the sale in light of present circumstances. Since the jury created the airport authority, a legal alternative might be to abolish that authority, A move-in that direction may crop up at today's meeting of the 'jury, according to reports. Texas, Horses Win Blue Plato Quart o^ Two Pints SALAD DRESSING Betty Cwoke? — Swansaown- | White, tellow, or, Devll.'fobd II CAKE MIX ,,,3 5 b<KSC?i41ll Big 98o Size' Araow ;%fa*» LIQTJID CHIFFON <>, f Ballard 8f tffltsVliry A 'Texas quarterhorse stallion, "Scottle's Red," and a Jennings filly, "Miss Puddin," were chosen as grand champions in their divisions at the first Weeping -Willow Arena horse show which attracted nbout 750 persons Sunday afternoon, "Scottie's Red" was exhibited by M. R. Whitson of the Pineland Ranch, Orange, Tex. "Miss Puddin" was shown by H. H. Reed of Jennings. "Peppy Poco Roper," owned by B. B.,.Clements of Topklck Ponnd DOG FOOD 4. 14 cans $1.00 COMO TISSUE, 16?rtll*!$l Gcrbet'Sj Strained, } &tf$m BABY FOOD . «, 10;jar»ijl8A Mazola ' " CORN OIL ... Hunt's 303 Can TOMATOES , .> 7 -jans Del Monte >^vy:> Double Luck, Brand \f'j GREEN BEANS»;8, for ?f.OO Trellis 303 ' Can* I SWEET.PEAS' t 1 Alma 'Assorted • VEGETABLES;; 7 Damage Suit Filed After June Wreck A damage suit seeking $30,000 has? beeji fljfi^ wife the, Q$k&* §i«i Parish clerk of couji ss a result pf ajj accidj-pt on j«ne 28, 1963, at fte inter section <?l Eight Named To Serve On Zoning Body Eight Lake Charles' property owners have been appointed w serve on a zoning advisory corn- mittee to represent the people in their respective areas in meetings on proposed zoning, according to Harold ' Boling, chairman of the Ward 3 Planning Commission. Those appointed include H, G, Chalkley, chairman, Charles 0, Noble,-J. A, Bonham, Adolph Marx, Gray Little, Ed Taussig, Mrs. Margaret Creel and Mrs, Charles Heath. '• The first meeting of the committee will be held at 7 p.m, Wednesday at the Lake Charles Country club, At that time the need for zoning and-the zoning ordinance in this area will be explained, Boling said. The ares under study is bounded by Prien Lake on the west and north, Interstate 21Q byfass on the north, Prien Lake Road (north-south leg of Prien Lake Road continuing into Jhles Road) on the east, and Country Club Road on the south. AU person^ in this area are Charles was reserve champion filly. -"Mr. Boo Sorrell, 1 " owned by Boo Ledoux of Eunice, was reserve grand champion stallion. Winners in other events were: Quarterhorse fillies foaled in 1964, "Little Miss Stand Pat" shown by Dave Neal; foaled in 1961 or before, '"Diamond Jubal" shown by Ed Hebert, Iowa. Quarterhorse stallions foaled In 1964, "Little Stand Pat' shown by Dave Neal; foaled in Packman Will Continue Photo Shop Operation 1963, "Flash" shown by Eugene Mallet, Sulphur, Geldings, all ages, won by "Buck!' shown by Joe Sam Irvine, DeRiddor/ Walking' horse class, won by Colonel Mack," ridden, by Bonnye Ringe, Lake Charles, Reining divisions — junior, won by Jeff Jones, on -"Snipp"; senior, won by Linda Richard Ragley, on'"Chubby." Pleasure classes—junior, won Dy Joe Sam Irvine of DeRld der on "Buckaroo Joy"; senior, won by Linda Richard, Ragley;' on "Chubby," tf '7;; " p '": 4 Pole Dodging — senior, won by Otis Miller, Lacassine; junior, won by Chester Rogers, Lake Charles; Pee Wee, won by Butch Foreman, Lacassine, Pickup Races — junior, won by Margaret Cprbello, ;L a k e Charles; senior^ 'won 1 by .'Dan Chelette, Iowa, • Jackpot Cutting — won by Ed Richard Ragblcy. Barrel Racing — pee wee, won by Billy Jean Darphin, Sulphur; junior won by Chester 'Rogers, Lake Charles; senior, won by Patsy Trahan, Lake Charles. Flag Racing — senior, won by Ferdie Carrier, Lake Charles; junior, won "by David Thibodeaux, Lake Charles. Jackpot Roping—won by Rob« ert Moss, Lake Charles, 13.6 sec* ends. Vienna SATJSAGE,;6fcnhB\ni POTTED MEAT,*12*oan*f$l' BEEF STEW .fcVrJ' SPAGHETTI--.*,-', ^ MEAT-BALLS:,,. ; sad See, Sheets, Alton J, Wtoters an4 Vflfe each asjcing $15,«M damages, filed the suit against J. urged to attend the .meeting, eluding those owning land facing on the east side of Prien kake and Ihles Road, and also on the south side of McNeese Road adjacent to thjs area, goling said. Light in Daytime Advised for Cars rivwi; the sj$, friy«Jj^ J>yer The attempted a left turn onto See T^^ Wpft* Two Indians University optometrists say that even in broad day^ht autpmolbile5 caa become dangerously hard to see. iwfc P tbatali '*.$!&. .Max Packman, co-owner of Mac's Camera Shop for the past 19 years, will continue at the downtown location, 922 Ryan St, under the name of Packman's Photo Products, Inc. A native of Lake Charles, Packman, who formerly owned and operated Packman's Jewelry Store in the Paramount Building, and W, a, McClanahan, have, dissolved thejr partnership and Packman will continue to operate at Ihe same location. Packman, son of the late Henry Paekmaa who operated the "People's Store" to the Paramount theater vicinity lor many years, will continue the same policy and service inaugurated |S year? ago, he said. Packman said Al Sujrles will divide his time between in-store operations and covering Louisiana and Southeast Texas M an outdoor representative for Packman's. fight persons will be em oloved. Packman said, addini ff*^tf ""'H ff 9fV ^"Wjlpw* '^™P L *T<F •3f.WW?"J(, "we are going ta have this per front of the taildiijg modeled to fit into the growing improvexneat of Ryan Streer atwi are ^n$pO4l ^^ ^ Car Stolen In Lafayette Found in LQ A ear stolen nine days ago n Lafayette was recovered Monday by Lake Charles City Polce, Chief pf Detectives Edward Zailskas said the car had been parked in the 800 biock of Hodges Street since. Saturday. The license plates on the 1963 model car had been changed and two other license plates were found to the car, The caj was stolen from Jhe Portier Vsed Car CQ, on July 25, Zajlskas said be required at all limes on Grey- M ase i U.S. and 24 per Uarn to Stand iypr ¥pj& OF) *r W&& of the oew name, Packman's Photo ducts at m earJy wst," t fins Pro- cm- There J| SPECIALS DEEP FREEZE SALE GUARANTEED TENDER .CHOICE TOP GRADE CQRNFED HEAVY' CALF HINDQUARTERS,,, lb,'47o "(70^lO(J L1>, Average) . ROUND' STEAKS'T, 4b,i 69c T-BONE STEAKS .. Ib,s69o SIRLOIN STEAKS .. Ib.65o SEVEN STEAKS .,. Ib. 59o RIB CHOPS ....... Ib. 55o RUMP ROAST Ib', SSo HEEL-0-ROUND .. Ib, 65c CHUCK STEAKS ,. lb..45c GROUND«CHUCK .. Ib. 45b STEW, MEAT ',, 3 Ibs, $1,00 • Louisiana Fresh GRADE A FRYERS . Ib, 25o Worrell Palace Brand' s/ • " SLICED BACON ... Ib, 39o Lean * Smoked • ' , » PICNIC HAMS „.,, IbrMQ Lean Juicy & Tender'' ' **;• PORK STEAKS .,',. Ib, 49<j Fr«r*i Famous SLICED BACON ., Ib, 53o Prey's Select Smoked , , SAUSAGE ..,,....,-Jb, 49o Fresh Water Blue Channel CATFISH ,,,..,.,, lb« SOn Swiff* Spiced - LUNCU MEAT .... U»,.39o Swift'* Pullman,Swdwfoh ; HAM ..,.., 3 Ib, caa 13.49 Helpful.,. "We're glad *e il flnt r«Jbv«>' Morton's, Aworted CKEAM PIES .... f g,2!« Mtaitf Mftld SO?, Can : OBANGB DEUTK . can 15c Brand M Os, ?fcr, Qfc CJH WHIP HOME LOANS IR8T LULC *$%m™ AI ^jf POTATOES ,, 3lb. b^ VEGETABLES, 5 pkgs. 98c ;||.|^|p*i-| J4^»| ABElEp PRODUCE! SPECIALS:^ &&&»•*

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