Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on October 26, 1960 · Page 37
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 37

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, October 26, 1960
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Wt6NtS6At, OCT. 26, I960, Lofct Chertes Amtncdfl Priii McNeese to Cite Honor Students Absentee Voting Said Slow Eighty-four McNeeS* State college students named to the Presl- dent's Honor Roll for the spring I960 semester will receipt tribute at an Honors Day Convocation at which Dr. Boyd M. Woodard, Lake Charles physician and Hew member of the state board of education will be principal speaker. Announcement of the convocation, set for Thursday. October 87, at 10 a.m. in the college auditorium, was made by Dr. C. A. Girard, chairman of the c o 1' e k e standards committee and head of tlK department of languages. After brief addresses by Dr. Gl- rard and Dr. Francis G. Bulber, academic dean, each department head will present the honor Students in his department, and Dr. Wayne N. Cusic. college president, will introduce t>« speaker. The honor students include 24 freshmen, 16 sophomores, 23 juniors, and 21 seniors, all of whom bad carried 15 or more semester hours during the spring term and had earned a 3.5 averagr or better. Among the honor students are 23 who achieved all-A status. These include the following from I Anne Phillips. Lake Charles: Amy Sue Deber.jcation. Adrianne L. Parra, Barbara L. Romero. Floyd M. Pousson, Mrs. Absentee voting in the November 8 general election had been light up to noon Tuesday, according to Acton HffleBrafldt, Ctlca- sieu parish clerk of court. Only US persons nave voted so far, he said. Voting is for the Presidential electors, U. S. Senate, 14th Judicial district judges and district at torney, and for ward officers nominated ia the primaries, plus SS state constitutional amendments. On the state or local level only U. S. Senator Alien J. Ellender faces opposition. George Reese is Republican candidate for senator The voting is in the basement of the courthouse and hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. dally, ex cept Saturday, when the hours are 8 a.m. to noon. Voting opened Oc tober 19 and wfll close at 6 p.m Wednesday, November 2. Oft. BOYD M. WOODARD . . . main speaker are all-A students: Mrs. Roberta S. Turney, Charleston, W. Va.; Mrs. Willie S. Baty, Iowa; Mrs. Tommie S. Carroll, Dry Creek; Jimmle Ann Meaux, Creole; Mail- lyn J. Penn, Jennings; and Alice Maplewood, ed James A. Hunt, Leesville, plant Marcla P. Augspurger, Mrs. Jane W. Cummins, Mrs. Margaret A. J. GuiUory and Mrs. Martha J. Thompson, all education majors; Mrs. Doris Bennett, plait science; Edwin E. Klingman III, Frank C. Miller Jr.. and Frank Lamar Setliff. physical science; Vlrgie (Ton!) Laughlln. English; Miss LaWanna M. Mills, social studies: and Mrs. Leonide L. Tanner, nursing. From other towns, the following Negligent Homicide Charge Made in Mossville Shooting A charge of negligent homicide was filed Tuesday against a young West Lake man in Saturday's fatal shooting of Johnny Marks, 16, of Mossville. The charge was filed with the District Attorney against Anthony A. tntriot, 20. of Route 1, Box 804. Bond of $3,000 was set by District Judge Cecil Cutrer. Calcasieu parish sheriff's office said Theriot is being held to the parish jail. Two others arrested In the case, Bobby R. Sias, 17, ol 835 Third Avenue, Mossville; and Paul F. Freeman, 20, of Lincoln Heights in West Lake, have been released from custody. Marks died at 1:50 a.m. Sunday in the West Calcasieu-Cameron hospital. He had been shot in the head with a .22 cal. revolver. The bullet entered just under his nose and lodged in the back of the head. The s h e r 1 f f's office said the shooting took place at 5:30 p.m. Saturday In Theriot's car which was parked in front of Sias 1 house. Deputies investigating the shooting said Theriot and Marks apparently became Involved to an argument. They quoted Theriot as saying he pointed the revolver ft Marks' head, saying, "you don't think I'm going to shoot, do you?' Cox Issues Statement After Grand Jury Probe Canceled science, and Lois A. G ilium, Merryville, business administration. Members of the standards corn- mitt in addition to Dr. Cusc and Dr. Bulbr. ex-offcio members, and Dr. Oirard, are: Miss Dolive Benoit, professor of French; D . Don T. Lyons, assistant professor of education; Dr. Charles W. Fogleman, assistant professor oi sociology; and Nowell A. Daste, assistant professor of art. District attorney Edward L. Shaheen's statement Monday that he decided not to present a "public officials matter" to the grand jury at this time was followed by a statement issued by Will Cox,[ Lake Charles city commissioner of streets and parks. In calling off Monday's planned recently by the other members of Lake Charles city council in his Local Man Wounded While Cleaning Rifle A Lake Charles man, Albert Anbert, was wounded in the lei Monday night while cleaning a .2! cal. rifle, Lake Charles city polic said today. Aubert was treated at Charit; hospital. Attendants said the bul let struck him in the calf of the leg. No address was available on th man, police added. Judges Reverse Names Of HD Pair Winners SULPHUR (Spl.) — Judges c the Calcasieu - Cameron Bi-Parls fair said today that in releasln results in competition a m o n Home Demonstration club displa; booths, names of winners in thir and fourth places were reverse* Barbe Home Demonstration clu won first place, Fairview club sec ond, Houston River third and Vin ton fourth. Houston River was first announced as fourth place winner Bid* Taken on Word Four Golf Course Building SULPHUR (SpU - The W«dj* Four Recreation commttston re- 1 ceived nine bids on materials and supplies for the construction of a golf clnb locker room a»d pTMfrap facilities Monday at • special meeting. hike Khoury, president of th* Recreation commission, said the successful low bid was submitted b> Bone Building Materials of Sulphur in the amount of $3,81*. Other bids were from Johnson Lumber Co., M.06«; Starlin Loin her Co., $4,109; Pelican State Lumber Co., $4,216; Managan Carroll Lumber Co., $4.286; Krause and Managan Co., 14.333; McLemore Bilbo and Ktrby rtfiets and m*d* today to prtfeut Ml ttttfHftfatt off with Mi nfMtetefinlned number of cottt. The theft was reported to Lake Charles cfty ffolid at 7:10 a.m. yesterday. Apparently nothing else was touched in the fire sta- ion, reports indicated. Bros.. J. C. Carlifl Bldg Materials, $4,W9; Charles Jones Lumber -o.. $5,192. All of the firms arc of Sulphur except the Jones and Managan-Carroll firms in West Lake and McLemore Bros in Maplewood. Boyd B. Walker, recreation commissioner in charge of the golf course, will serve as contractor for construction of the facilities Fire Station Vending Machine Is Looted While firemen slept last night someone broke into a soft drink machine at the Central station at o King Saving VWhffti. Ambsswrdot A. N. ABramw old a newsmen h* ptinflsfl *» specific offer of Swift AM to Laos hi the immediate futarf !** yong Ms offer, tc general terms* wwen Ire ealfcd on PremlW §«»» vantia PTrotrtna last wwl. Two Appointed To LSU Board Of Supervisors BATON ROUGfc (AP) - Oov Jimrnie H, Davis has named Wll Ham Pitcher of Covington and Arthur L. (Red) Swansea of Mon roe to the Louisiana State Uni versity board of supervisors. Pitcher, 51, to superintendent of schools in St. Tammany Parish, • post ft* has led since 1936. He was born In New Orleans, went to public school in ttanv raon€ and lettered in baseball and football at LSU. Swanson, 85, is superintendent of toe Louisiana Training Institute at Monroe. He coached at the University of Southwestern Louisiana In 1950-51, at Louisiana State 1988-50. and Southwestern Louisiana Institute in 1931-38. They succeed Mrs. Margaret Dixon and Thomas W. Leigh, whose terms expired. Pittsburgh Zoo'i Rhine Gives Birth to Sen PlTTSBtmOH, fl. (Af») - A m-ton rWBocetoi to th* mother of 50-pound MB bom wHMfy at Highland Part Zoo. ft wtt >M third born in the United State* and the first born ta tills country in 20 years. The father, a 3,000 pounder § 8V4 years old. The mother is 9. Both were brought to the ton a 19S4 from Hamburg, Germany. Russian Ambassador To Laos Assumes Post VIENTIANE, Laos. (AP)-The Soviet Union's first ambassador to Laos flew to Luang Prabang presentation to the the district attorney grand jury, said he has ON MILITARY CUTBACKS GOP Candidate Says State Inadequately Represented uot completed his investigation. Cox made this statement: "I feel that the fact that the grand jury took no action in reference to charges hurled by fellow councilmen indicates to me that there was no basis in fact for these charges. In my opinion these charges were politically inspired. The district attorney has act made public what "public officials" figured in the proposed investigation. Cox was criticized severely LOOK FOR THE FIRMS AND LOTS DISPLAYING THE "PARK & SHOP" SIGNS "The election of a Republican senator from Louisiana can reverse the trend of removal of federal installations from the state," George W. Reese Jr., opponent of Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-La in the November 8 general election, claimed in a talk here Tuesday. Reese spoke at the Republican headquarters. His appearance here was part of a three-day swing around the stale with Richard Hagy, state Republican campaign manager. Reese said that while he agrees that military necessity and governmental economy necessitate reduction of certain military establish merits in the nation, the big question is whether the reduction is uniform throughout the country. "I think it is obvious that our current delegation has not been successful, that there has been Inadequate representation of the i state in these matters," Reese I said. The Republican candidate told his audience that, "I have done considerable investigation on this subject and found that the reduction has not been uniform, that Louisiana has probably been reduced in this regard more than other states. 1 lay the blame on the fact that the Louisiana congressional delegation has not adequately represented our interests with the federal government." Reese said that he was convinced that as a Republican senator from Louisiana he "can and will do something to alleviate the problems created by the reductions at Chennault Air Force base and at Camp Polk" in Leesville. "I think even as a Democrat, Senator Ellender could have done more about this type of problem. should he have attended to his knitting in Louisiana and Wash-! Mrs. Gandhi in Mexico MEXICO CITY (AP)—Mrs. In ington instead of spending his en-|dira Nehru Gandhi, president of tire term while Congress was out of session traveling around the world." Reese said he would even approve Ellender's world travels, "if they had produced on his part an accurate impression of the purposes of world communism intead of what I consider to be a dangerous opinion that Khrushchev and the communist leaders are sincere, trustworthy people with whom we can negotiate." The speaker was to appear in Lafayette this afternoon and in Monroe tonight. He was to wind up his state tour with talks at Shreveport and Alexandria Wednesday. Monday he spoke at Orleans, and Baton Rouge. ndia's ruling Congress party and daughter of Prime Minister Nehru has arrived for a 10-day visit as he guest of the Mexican government. EXCITING VALUES . . . TREMENDOUS SELECTIONS . . . AND FREE CUSTOMER SHOPPING DOW JONES TUESDAY Fourth Hour Artrafei: Industrials Rails 570.93 oH 1.00 124.14 up .29 91.44 oil .13 City to Receive Bar Association Award Friday The city of Lake Charles will receive an American Bar association Traffic Court award In ceremonies at 10 a.m. Friday in the city hall courtroom. Presentation will be made by Chief Justice John B. Fournet of the Louisiana Supreme Court. Accepting for the city will be Mayor Sidney L. Gray. The city traffic court won a second place award in 1959 for cities from 50,000 to 100,000 populations. A previous announcement had been made on Lake Charles winning the award, but arrangements for the presentation ceremony were not given then. Utilities Fourth Hour Stock*: American TfcT _ KV4 Amour it Co 31 Anaconda 42'i Boeing Aircraft 29H BranUf SH Cities Service 46H Coca Cola ... 65 Continental Oil 49»i Eastern Airlines 22Vi Firestone 34 Ford 641.4 General Dynamic* General Motors 4U« W. R. Grace 33 Gulf Oil 27H Gulf States 34 Hercules 71 Lockheed 22V t Montgomery Ward SS*i Olln Mathieson 3914 J C. Penney 39 3 4 Pepsi Cola 39»i Pittsburgh P-G S7*i Polaroid 199V» RCA 47'i Sears-Roebuck MH Socony Mobil 38% Southern Pacific 19 Std of Calif 42 Texas Co 77V* Texas Union Oil—Bid 23 Ask 24 Thlokol 30V4 United Air Line* 31 United Gas 31tt U. S. Steel 71H Woolworth 66 These Quotations Courtesy Of A. G. EDWARDS & SONS Member at New York Htneh Exchange GKORUB W CI-ABKK KocMral M••*!•* 107 Weber BMf - HB H-S4U connection wlth opcrationg LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER . . . 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