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MicnontM sm?rtt ft suits co. P.O. SOX 8011 4924 COU iff. BALLA3, ?li*i ^•Jk^lJfc CWtr U«tfd Wire Stfviti «f Astoeiifed • i &Att*s^n|t3 UUP. ^ ^ |^ Lake Charles Amencan Press Parity elondy and mtm ftrdHgh Thursday with seattaraf Brandershowers. Winds variabte, 5-1S m.p.h. Low tonight, tomorrow, 90. WIST eALCASlEU-CAMERON EDITION QUAKE 5 CENTS LAKE ettARLES, LA., WEDNESDAY, AtmtJSf Si, 19ft 2 SO PAfcES NUMBER 25,068 ITALY CLAIMS 15 Davis Labels Solon' Speech 'Fairy Tale 7 s BATON ROUGE <AP> - Gnv. Jimmie H. Davis said today a televised answer to his recent report to the people was "little more than a fairy tale" containing deliberate inaccuracies. Davis issued a statement on a j speech by Rep. Joe Cooper. De- j Solo Parish, Tuesday night in [ which Cooper called the Davis administration "an endorsement, of I he bad and a deterrent of the good." Cooper spoke for IS lawmakers who disagreed with Davis' report on his administration and state; finances July 31. Davis said the television presentation was "little more than a fairy tale based upon circumstances and situations that simply do not exist. "Some of the information is out of date." he said, "most of it is misleading; the balance of it was invented." "The statement was made that unclassified employment rose by 30 per cent in one year of this administration and the source claimed was the U.S. Bureau of the Census. "To my knowledge, the Census BY LEGISLATORS BATON ROUGE (AP) - The Joint Legislative Committee on Segregation is studying the plight of Rex Smelser, director of the Sowela Vocational Techn i c a 1 School at Lake Charles. Smelser, the stale superintendent of education and the 11 members of the Stale Board of Education face contempt proceedings for failure to carry out federal Bureau has issued no such report. Further, the Census Bureau clas-, sifies as stale employes those people working in the offices of sheriffs, district attorneys, clerks of court, coroners and other parochial offices. "The statement also was made that during the firsl year of Ihis administration the increase among civil service workers was among the highest in recent history. This is false. "The average increase in civil service employment during the past eight, years has been four per cenl. The increase during lhe first year of this administration was less than that — 3.8 per cent. "The increase during the second year was the lowest in history and actually, during recent months we have been operating with less employes than previous- "II would be pointless for me to comment upon the many deliberate inaccuracies in the television presentation." court orders to desegregate trade : " We are operating the stale on scnoo i. Si i a sound and balanced budget," After a hastily called, closed- door meeting of the segregation mem- Smelser Case Is Under Study Davis said, "and no amount of argument by a small minority of mbftout may be left out on the Tremors Hit Near Villa Where JFK's Wife Vacationing By DOMENICO GIORDANO NAPLES, Italy (AP) — New earth tremors spread panic in southern Italy early today after a severe earthquake Tuesday night that took about 15 lives and injured at least 100. No foreigners were reported among the dead and injured. The earth shocks left a trail of damage from this port city to the Adriatic coast. Some of the deaths were attributed to heart attacks All Parish Schools Open August 30 The first regular school day for all Calcasieu parish schools will begin at 8:30 a.m., August 30. Pre-registralion for new pupils entering Calcasieu parish schools, with the exception of Iowa, will be held in the schools on Thursday and Friday from 8:30 lo 11 a.m. Iowa's pre-registration will be day and Friday August 23 and 24 from 8:30 lo 11 a.m. Superintendent H. A. Norton has announced lhat any student entering any school in Calcasieu parish for the first time, regard director was nerable than stale education offi cials. i the office i i , e who nowmake wi , d and . Thc . se ! misleading charges against all ll dcar wl y those who disagree with the leg- § islation they did nol , Speaking ovev- a statewide ra- 'his birth certificate. Studenls entering the first grade musl have, in addition to birth certificates, evidence of having had the inoculations required by law. All first grade students must be six years old on or before December 31, 1962. . gelher, but he declined to go into j details. j Garretl said the segregation! committee had no urgent legisla- ! tive problems at this time. This commitlee traditionally has been i the state's champion against federal desegregation moves. j Before the meeting began, Gari rett said lhe group would discuss | the Orleans Parish School Board's j plan for long-range desegregation. : The committee heard a report : on the financial assistance pro, gram for pupils who choose to at- I lend private, non-sectarian schools i rather than desegregated public 1 schools. Some members reportedly ! expressed concern that undesirable grants may be made. A number of applicants for the $2-a-day state (aid came from parents who have j children in expensive private I schools. TRY AIR TAXI Convenient, last, prlvatel Go when you like and come home when you're ready. No schedules to meet- No waltlna or delay Call: GR 7-1595 McFlLLEN AIR PARK Hwy. 14 South A. A. U. W. Cooperative Kindergarten now accepting enrollment tor the (all term. Music, Art, Field Trios, Science and Nature. Call GR 7-4477 Mrs. Charles E. Smith, Jr. SEASON FOOTBALL TICKETS MARION HIGH SCHOOL On Sale at Office 2802 Pineview A. P. I. SHRIMP BOIL Cities Service Pecan Grove THURSDAY, AUG. 23RD Beginning at 5:00 P.M. Adm. by 1962-1963 Membershlo Card Membership Cords Will Be Available. WHY PAY MORE?? WE'RE LOADED ON MEN'S WEAR 2,000 PAIRS MEN'S SHOES Florshelm • Nunn-Bush • Walk-Over Freeman - Crosby-Square - Jarman Sale Price $9.95 to $12.95 2,000 Pairs Men High Grade Slacks Docron & Wool—100% Wool and Wool Blends. SALE PRICE V-i 1,500 MEN'S SHIRTS Arrow - McGregor - Javson - Van Heuseiv- Long sleeve - Short Sleeve and Dress. Sale Price 3 for $7.00 L. C. Finest Selection ol Men's Hlah Grade Name Brand Suits Over 600 to Choose From—Sale Price $27.50 lo J42.5U. 150 Dozen R«a. ll.oo Ban Lon Sox- Sales Pric* 69c—3 for $2.00. MANY OTHER ITEMS FOR MEN Vi PRICE MEN'S DISCOUNT SHOP (Adi. Assunto's Hotel Courts) 1601 E. Brood—Ooen Dolly 8 to 8 Hearing Set On Pollution Of Streams BATON ROUGE <AP> - The Louisiana Stream Control Commission has set a hearing here Aug. 29 on complaints thai some menhaden processing plants are polluting stale waters. Four south Louisiana processing plants have been asked to send representatives to report on what has been done to clear up pollution problems. Kenneth E. Biglane, executive ^ secretary of the commission, said : Tuesday citizens complained, and ! commission investigators have been looking into the situation for about three weeks. •» — Cooper said the U.S. Census Bureau reported the number of unclassified state workers rose 30 per cent between October, 1960, and October, 1961. In justifying his action in killing the Code of Ethics bill. Cooper said Davis called it "the most sinister piece of legislalion ever introduced." Cooper said every major Louisiana newspaper and many other groups, including the Association of Louisiana Chambers of Commerce and the stale AFL-C10, backed the bill. Turning lo the stale's fiscal situation, "the governor failed to mention lhe ten million dollar surplus left in the stale general fund by the previous administration and the 73 million dollar deficit he created." Cooper attacked passage of $200 million in bond issues, which he said would cost about $12 million in principal and interest payments each year. "This means that there will be 12 million dollars a year less in revenue available to finance the state's recurring operations," he added. "In the midst of this financial crisis," Cooper continued, "the governor had the audacity to begin construction of a million dollar mansion, which includes two bomb shelters and 18 bathrooms." ONLY LOCKED IN — Rita Ohlgren (left) and Maria Teresa Morley, both seven years old, were freed from a locked bathroom in a vacant apartment building near their Alexandria, Va., home Tuesday, by the FBI. The girls had locked themselves in while LOCKED SELVES IM playing in the unoccupied building Sunday. The FBI was called in 24 hours later when kidnaping was suspected after hundreds of searchers failed to find the girls in the area. The pair was scared and hungry, but otherwise unharmed. (AP Wirephoto). from fright. Many of the injured were hurt in panicky flights from swaying homes and buildings. Jacqueline Kennedy's cliffside vacation villa at Ravello is only 45 miles southwest of the apparent epicenter of the worst quake. Only slight tremors were felt there and Mrs. Kennedy's four- year-old daughter Caroline and the rest of the household remained calm, servants said. The American First Lady was town's bills for July were consid* visiting in the garden of another j ered by the Vinton town council villa across town. Only a slight j at a regular meeting Tuesday tremor was felt there. ' night. Premier Amintore Fanfani flewj Tne council voted to authorize here today to help officials speed| tne consulting engineer, Fred relief. ' Smith of Baton Rouge, to prepare Thousands of frightened Italians i costs fo y "l 6 P r °P°sed paving pro- spent the night in the open. Newi™ at »•" per property front shocks at 4:10 a.m. and 7:15 a.m. Vinfon Plans Blackfopping Of 26 Streets VINTON (Spl.) - Paving costs, : delinquent electric bills and the followed Tuesday night's quake at 7:30 p.m. This Neapolitan city kept Two Little Girls Found Safe in Empty Aparfmenf By FRANCES LEWINE ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A bad dream ended happily for the buildings, found late Tuesday. the youngsters of the untenanted second-floor apartment. Hungry, bul unharmed by their j The girls said they had gone in haggard parents of two 7-year-old j orde , al . , . . .„ . ' , j Morl girls missing 48 hours bul found RRa safe in a nearby vacant ment where they had trapped by a faulty lock. Morley and her pal, black-haired came home to joy- apart- j O us welcomes from families and been ! neighbors. They had been missing since Maria Teresa to use the bathroom as they had often done while playing nearby. This lime, lhe defective trapped ihem in lhe small public parks open for refugees. Police estimaled a third of the 1,500,000 residents spent the night in lhe open. Several bridges were wrecked, lelephone lines knocked down, water and power systems in many communities cut off. Police patrolled glass-liUered streets of stricken towns against looters. Geologic disasters—earthquakes and volcanic eruptions—are not new in this area around Vesuvius, the volcano that buried the city of Pompei 1,900 years ago. The worst shocks struck in an area between two cities thai have felt disastrous quakes in the 20th century—Avezzano where 30,000 foot. major Some 26 Vinton streets are io j be blacktopped in the program. Smith told the council that ha its could not issue a work order to lock win- i persons were killed in 1915, and .,"'•> "" ia " Mnssina u/hpro 7=; ftm n^-ici,^ !„ i also approved. the contractor, R. E. Heidt Con- struclion company, unlil the va« lidity of some $43,000 in parish sub-road districl bonds is established. The $43,000 is the remainder of a $90,000 bond issue approved in a special election in 1955. Only $47,000 of the sum voted was used in Vinton's 1955 paving program. Delinquent electric bills were discussed at length and a f e \v minor changes in bookkeeping were approved by the council. The council sanctioned pay- of $1.350 to Platt and Rice, Charles architecls for preparing plans and specifications for the new municipal building. July bills totaling $9,088 were Messina where 75.000 perished in Two FBI agents, making one ' Sunday afternoon and had spent I Wh , en , n " one , heard and lhe hours • - - ticked by, they settled down to wait. They tried to open the lock with the hook end of a two-inch more routine check of nearby I two nights locked in a bathroom Reservists To Be Welcomed Home Plans for a "Welcome Home" i duty last Fall during the Berlin ceremony for Southwest Louisiana U. S. Army Reservists who have Crisis are the 935th Quartermaster Detachment which went to the finished a one-year tour of active j Atlanta, Ga.. General Depot 1 duty were announced today. i and lhe 372nd Finance Disbursing . j AuS6nt68 ! ^ , _ ' NOW TOtdlS The evenl will begin at 2 p.m. i Section Sunday at the Carl Sheller Army ' master Reserve Training Center, 2300 Tenth street. The Reservists, their families, local, stale and national officials and the 451st Quarter- company, both of which went to Fort Polk. A total of 120 Reservists were members of lhe three units. New Blast By Soviets Is Detected 1908. dowless room. I A Neapolitan woman was struck j At first, they banged and yelled. ! by a falling cornice stone and j killed. Two other Neapolitans died j of heart attacks. Single deaths j were reported at Molinara, Salerno and Avellino. Naples hospitals spring Maria Teresa had with her. I admitted 60 injured. They spent some time drawing | The top floor of a hospital col- ' UPPSALA Sweden (AP) -A with crayons. |i apse d at Passo Eclano, 40 miles i & j t ' . P v n w io n Finally, they huddled together east of Naples and near t h e • news »° N lct nu « ear test explosion to sleep in the lavender bathtub, i quake's center. Several patients m the atm °spnere was registered "It was cold," Maria Teresa I were reported injured. .today by Uppsala University's said, and they became hungry. Homes and buildings collapsed ! Seismological Institution. The girls were dressed in shorts I in at least nalf a dozen comnuni- j and sleeveless blouses and they i U <* east of Naples. Windows were ! u PP sala scientists put th« shivered in the air conditioning j shattered in Naples and walls | strength of the explosion at about which was operating in the empty i C1 ' ack ed. A railroad bridge col- j nine megatons—equivalent to nina apartment. They had nothing toj la P secl at Bari ' °" the Adriatic | miiKcm tons of TNT. That would eat since noontime Sunday, but Coast, there was plenty of water. Their sudden from the garden disappearance apartment de- SULPHUR LOUISE ELLENDKR SCHOOL OF DANCE NOW REGISTERING (3 years and up) JA 7- K828 — ,IA 7-9451 The number of absentee ballots , cast for the September 1 Demo| cralic- primary runoff has in- i creased (o 88 with three days remaining for absentee voting. Balloting began August 13 and will continue until noon Saturday. | Absentee voles are being cast in i lhe parish courthouse basement daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Among those expected lo al- and military leaders are expecl- i tend are Sen. Russell B. Long, ' ed to allend. Refreshments will! Rep. T. A. Thompson, Stale Rep. be served. i Jesse M. Knowles and James A. V. Murphy is chairman of \ Brm , vn - , Stat ; e s<jn - A -. C -. Demons, PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL from uoper lio, chin, side loce and hair line. Brows shaped permanently in a becoming style. Mrs. Dee R. Goellner Reaislercd Eleclroloqlst 16 years experience RANSONET ELECTROLYSIS CENTER 900 Puio Street HE 3-1958 CURRENT RATE NEW CAR FINANCING 4 GULF NATIONAL BANK AT LAKE CHARLES YELLOW FRONT BARGAIN STORE Host Brood We Are Contlnuinq Our BIQ Sals Shorts and Pedal Pushers ,25c Blouses and Sweaters 25c All Skirts 50c Men's and Boys' Pants 1.00 All Men's Shirts Me mittee of the Association of Com- ; merce. i Certificates of apprec i a t i o n i signed by Governor Jimmie H. j ; Davis and Mayor Alfred E. Rob- i | erts will be awarded lo each re-! servist. In addition, one reservist will be chosen to receive an expense-paid weekend at the Cha i lhe program which is being spon- : Public Scrvice Commissioner Era- 'sored by (he military affairs com- ! esl Clements. Mayor Robei ' ts - L A of C; Tom Watson, president of the Calcasieu parish police jury; Joseph K. Pierrottie, commander of the W. B, Williamson Ameri- vclopment area touched off a i knocked out the town's water sup-i frantic search by some 600 volun-1 Pty and communications. Build- leers, police, soldiers, Marines ! '"8 s la >' m ruins ' and neighbors. •• Church bells chimed wildly Marine helicopters and police, throughout the countryside as the: . _ _ ... i ; .1 * , , DrnnnH rnr'L-Arl aprn<« thp nf»mn- make it the No. 3 blast in size of Avellino. a town of 37,000, 30, the five explosions set off in tha miles east of Naples, was espe- current Soviet series, daily hard hit. The quake dogs joined in the widespread! B round rocked across the P emn hunt that fanned oul into metro-! sula to the Adriatic, politan Washington. ! A mild fl uake l»'<* edecl lhe To lhe frantic mothers, nut to I main hall-minute shock by 11 mm bed with sedatives, and t Dies Auto in Hit PANAMA CITY. Fla. ;AP> ~ A 71-vear-old Louisiana won 1 in 'Jules and drove many of Naples' 1.5, was struck and killed by a car was NEW SHIPMENT Fall and Winter Merchandise CASH OUTLET STORE, INC. 826 Third Avenue Ladles' and Children'* Shoes — Tweedies, Lite Strides, Nalurallzers, Buster Browns, Edwards, Flexles, Girls' Curtsv and Carrcroft Coats. Also Name Brand Dresses. Ladles' Coals, Suits, Dresses, Sweaters and Skirls. Men's and Boys' Suits. Sport Coals, Jackets, Sweaters, Long Sleeve Sport Shirts and Knit Shirts, Shoes and Work Shoes. Store Full ol Name Brond Merchandise to Choose From. Merchandise Arriving Daily! Save Up To 60% —Open Daily—* can legion Post, and Gerald 0. Wright, commander of VFW Post 2436. Military officers expecled lo al- ble "God gave us another said Rita's mother, Mrs. Arthur S. Ohlgren. Her husband, a Marine major, had been called back on emergency leave as he was into the streets. at nearby Long Beach Tuesday Incred? ! When the heav y c l uake came ' tens ^ night. Incie( "' of thousands fled toward the Bay Officers said Mrs. Bertha Doty °f Naples and open areas in the of Rayne. La., was crossing I'.S. • ' i ' :.. QH with a m-mm wh»n d, 0 »>** ',;> • (cir i 0 tha hllls outblde tne leau Charles Motel and Reslau- tend are Major Gen. William C. i en route to a new military assign rant. Bullock, commander of the 19th The three Southwest Louisiana i Arm y Cor P s - Forl Chaffee, Ark.; Reserve unils called lo active l c ° l H - M - -Markley, commander of the Louisiana Sector of the 19th Corps: Lt. Col. Richard C. Pease, commander of Chennault AFB; Lt. Col. James L. Bryan, McNeese Slate College ROTC commander: and Lt. Cmdr. Joseph C. DeFelice, U. S. Naval Re- ATTENTION MOTORISTS INCLUDING SERVICE PERSONNEL! If You Have Trouble Acaulrlng Auto Insurance Call HE fi-8952 - HE 6-5319 WEST CALCASIEU AGENCY One Hour Martinizing DRY CLEANING SALE Tues., Wed.. Thurs., Aug. 2V,'M, 33 Any 8 Pieces A / / Cleaned & /[ 66 Pressed *"T No Suedes, Leolhers, or Furs, 2-Pc. Garments count os ? oleces. Belts count as 1 piece or lac eittra. FOUR CONVENIENT MARTINIZING LOCATIONS Pioneer Buildinu Soulhgate Shopoina Center Greinwicn Shopping City Weslpolnl Shooolng Center ment in Japan. "It was just like a bad dream," she said. serve Training Center. SPECIAL! $19.95 ECONOMY AUTO PAINT JOB New selection of colors, "red" eluded. BILL TORRES AUTO PAINT & BODY WORKS 1426 Broad in- SULPHUR BARGAIN STORE 321 East Napoleon, Sulphur, La. (Across from Sulphur Motor Co.) SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY 3 Big Days of Bargains — Save up to 70% Name Brand Summer and Fall Clothing 200 Men's Fall Suits and Sport Coats Back lo School clothing for Boys and Girls Large Selection of Ladies' Dresses, Skirls, Sweaters, Slim Jims, etc. 3000 pair of Name Brand Fall Shoes for ladies, boys and girls SALE 5 DOLLAR DRKSSES (Values lo S19.98) 10 DOLLAR DRESSES (Values to $25.00) Sizes 3-15 and 8 20's STYLE SHOP 3210 RYAN BEAUTY SHOP SPACE OR SMALL BUSINESS WITH RESIDENCE IN THE REAR. EXCELLENT LOCATION PRICED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY HE 3-5753 or HE 6-9357 ROLAND BAILEY 1027 Live Oak St., Westlake, La. 98 with a group when she by a car driven by DonaM \F. Smith, 18, of McMinnville. Tein, No charges were filed against fha driver. Mrs. Doty had lagged slightly behind the group and apparently did not see the car, patrolmen said. We would like to express our sincere orotitude to Dr. Buttrous, the nursina staff of Memorial Hospital and friends for their kind assistance and sympathy during the illness and death of Alton Breaux. FROM THE BREAUX FAMILY LOT NO. -1 — LOT NO. 2 — LOT NO. 2 GRAND OPENING ED TAUSSIG FORD LOT NO. 2 See Our Complete Stock of New & Used Cars! Over 90 A-l Used Cars To Choose From! ED TAUSSIG FORD USED CARS 2016 Borad _ Lot. No. 2 HE 6*0345 Clarence at Front — Lot No. 1 HB 6H08U

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