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D08B/N Nf VFR BROUGHT ON SUCH TROUBLE "I know there was some- thine I forgot" a Lake Charle? citizen told police when they contacted him Thursday night. The man had driven h i s car into a parking lot, rolled up the windows, locked the car, and walked away. The Lake Shore parking lot attendant called police sometime later and told them the man had forgotten to turn off the engine. KISS BANDIT RIDES AGAIN CABANATUAN, Philippines (WNS) - Robbers who stopped a bus near here were surprised to find the occupants were all women. The bandit chief agreed to take no money or jewels from the women if each would allow him to steal a kiss. WALK BEATEN PATH — Two striking Eastern Airline flight engineers — Dave Windham (left), and James Kuykendall, both based in New Orleans, follow the beaten paths ihey and other strikers have followed during Eastern's 60-day strike despite the fact that Ihe company's big jets rolled into the air Thursday. The strikers have beaten down the grass in two distinct lanes in a neutral ground area in front of New Orleans International Airport, Moisant Field. Only Eastern jels began service Thursday; piston- engine flights will bo resumed Sept. 13. (AP Wirephoto). Youth Accused In Assault of Bride Arrested . RENO, Nev. (API—A young ranch hand, accused of kidnaping a couple married less than two days, raping the bride and fatally shooting the bridegroom, has been arraigned on a murder charge. Dist. Atty. William Raggio said Lester Morford III. 18, of Santa Rosa. Calif., also faces charges of rape and kidnaping. Morford twice raped Patricia Rector Foster, 23, Wednesday and shot her husband. Jack A. Foster, 23, of Mcdford, Ore., police said. Mrs. Fosler, shattered by the tragedy, left a Carson Cily, Nev., hospital Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rector of Medford, and Foster's mother and sister, from Yreka, Calif. i The couple, married Monday in | Rono, spent two nights al a motel. ! They were leaving for Yrcka ; early Wednesday when Morford j appeared with a gun, police said, and forced the Fosters into their car. Mrs. Fosler told authorities Morford shot her husband twice in Uie head near Lake Tahoe, then shoved him over an embankment, Morford Uien raped her twice, she R1LOXI. Miss. (AP) —Oliver i said, before driving on to Carson Brand ofNcw Iberia. La., was j Cily where she jumped oul of the , j R n elected president of the Louisiana! car. Morford was captured six ,, . . . , . . ., .., , u '.'f ?'\ J, „ gcr ' Association of Mutual Insurance hours later driving the Foster car. their way to Army hospitals to- : for Urotnack Hospital at H. Brags, Agcnts , lnc-i at ils 20lh annual ! ! convention here. He was elected Thursday as the ville R. Ballengcr of Columbus, malaria. He lold Army authorities, co " ventio » °P™ed. About 250 in- Ohio, whose wife lives in Spring ; in Saijion about spending a full' surance . a R cnts are attending the Lake, N.C. ye They were freed Aug. 17. .... The Army said no interviews lira] or artificial light was per-; Elected first vice president was wilh the men would be permitted milled to enter his room. Guards Glonn N - Walker Jr. of Shrcve- allowcd Bailey outdoors only at. I' 01 ' 1 - Allan H. Glotl of Lake night. The brief respites look place Charles was named second vice four times nightly and each lasted President. Charles H. Farrier of only from one to'three minutes. i Rat ™ Rouge was re-elected sec- Although Bailey was not physic- i''dary-trcasurer and Mrs. Anna Drug Safety Bill Cleared By Senators WASHINGTON (AP) - A drug safely bill born in stormy controversy two years ago has sailed easily through the Senate without a vote cast hi opposition. Us way cleared by public concern touched off by the sedative thalidomide, the measure was sent on to the house Thursday by a 78-0 vote. A House committee Is holding hearings on a companion bill, similarly designed to strengthen safeguards against the marketing of dangerous and ineffective .„._„„ drugs. WASHINGTON (AP)-The Jus _,. . , ,. lice Department asked the courts Iheonly sharp disagreement in | today to prohibit the House of the Senate debate was over an i Seagram Inc., from fixing prices amendment sponsored by the ! on liquor throughout the nation lEfUDAY, AUG. 14, 1962, lafct Chart* Afltirfew tms. « Garner Confident U.S. Still Strong Price Fixing Is Charged to Liquor Firm UVALDE, Tex. (AP)-Former Vice President John Nance Garner views world conditions as chaotic but he's stoutly confident the United States remains strong. Now 93 and troubled by fading vision and poor hearing, Garner marie a rare public appearance Thursday at a ceremony designat- bill's author, Sen. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn. The Senate rejected 53-28 his effort to require compulsory licensing of drug patents when there is a 500 per cent markup Bids Listed In West Lake Drainage Job SULPHUR (Spl.) — Four bids on a West Lake drainage project were received by Gravity Draiiv Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy j a S c District No. 5 commissioners Market, said the order was requested in a j Thursday night. " XT ing his former home a slati shrine. Garner has lived hi retirement since breaking with President Franklin D. Roosevelt over Roosevelt's bid for a third term in 194ft. Garner talked to newsmen after the ceremony. "I'd like for anyone to tell me of a flag anywhere that is more potent than the Stars and Stripes" he said. "We live in the greatest country In the world. But the world as a whole is in the most chaotic condition I have ever seen. "People everywhere are killing other people—you see it on TV— everywhere." A reporter asked Garner's views on the European Common civil antitrust suit filed simultaneously with a criminal information against the House of Seagram Successful bidder was Flenniken Construction company with a low bid of $24,420. Other bidders were F. Miller and Sons, $25,415; | A. M. Mutersbaugh, $34,460; and Brutal Treatment By Reds Revealed WASHINGTON (AP) — T wo; until their condition had improved Army men freed by the Laotian |afler treatment. Bailey was head- Reds after almost a year and a ed for,Waller Reed Army Medi- half of brutal treatment, were on cal C e n t e r their way to Army hospitals to- for \\ day, the Army announced. N.C. They are Maj. Lawrence R. Bai-: Bailey is suffering Irom malnu- > ley of Laurel, Md., and Sgl. Or-,lrition, inlcstinal parasites and! hurancemen In the price to pharmacists. ,- , . j , . ,jin U.S. District Court in Miami, Kefauver contended prices of F j a prescription drugs are "outra-j ' ' Port City Construction, $52,430. gcously high and the only way| Seagram was charged specif-; The project consists of instal- to assure substantial reductions isjically in both actions with con-jiation of drainage structures and to break up patent monopolies by i spiring to fix wholesale prices and > reinforced concrete pipe in West compulsory liccnsinc Hir»tat« -miaii t-»t*i*-*«c f*\»- ii/-»nn»* * . i .1 . . « .. _ . Sen. James 0. Easlland, D- Miss., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which handled the bill, said adoption of Kefauver's amendment would "destroy all incentive to make investments for drug research" and be "a crime against humanity." dictate sold in retail prices for southern Florida. " f |uor Lake at the west end of the Calcasieu river bridge. But the petition asked for an The Gravity Drainage commis- order against such practices on a i s j on , wi j hold a s P ecial meeting nationwide basis. The government said the firm conspired with Miami Crown Dis- Seplember 6 to receive bids on projects along La. Hwy. 378 and McQuire road, north of West Lake, Bayou d'Inde in the south- tributors Inc. of Miami and Palm'east are aof Sulphur and Starlin ~ i . , ,. ,, , Beach Crown Distributors Inc. of'Heights. Drug legislation got rolling two | West Palm Rcacn Fla years ago when Kefauver, chair-1 man of the Senate Antitrust Sub-! The House of Seagram, wilh committee, investigated the pre-1 headquarters in New York City, scription drug industry. Intro- sells and distributes virtually all duced more than a year ago, the | of the distilled products of Joseph bill was turned down to the judi- i E. Seagram & Sons Inc., the na- ciary committee where it was stripped down lo a skeleton. An outraged Kefauver charged in June in the Senate the "drug manufacluring industry and its acolytes" had "swung a hay- lion's biggest distiller. Seagram I & Sons grossed more than $170' million in the year ending July j Man Accused Of Obscenity Charged Here you're getting into the protective tariff system," he replied. "Don't ask me about it. One year they want it and the next they don't." Garner, who also once was Speaker of the House, said he retains a keen interest in baseball. On weekends he keeps two television sets going to watch both major league games. He mentioned seeing James A. Farley, a longtime friend, on a recent telecast from New York. Farley served as postmaster general and chairman of the Democratic National Committee under Roosevelt. "Franklin Roosevelt was one of the best friends I ever had." Garner said, repeating a widely quoted remark. "But I broke with hipi when he sought a third term, and Jim Farley and I went to work and got the law changed so that no president now can serve more than two consecutive terms." 31, 1961, and had assets exceeding $456 million,- tho court was told. L * k ? Char , les cily P° licue '"'" ?. har <f , of °bsceprty against Callen Lced Odom, 26, The government said Seagram's °f 8 ' s Williams street, resulting j incidents on June 14 find dictales that the company be pro- year imprisoned in a pitch-black i convention, which runs through room under heavy guard. No nal ' balurdav - incorporation Articles Filed By New Firm Police Hold Area Man on Six Counts Charges of drunkenness, assaull by choking, attempted criminal;"."" u ^ V. 1 " B ' aws , *"V~ eB T ,,,.,,u ,.;„',„ v ' ,.„ ,..„,.„„_ lions and after President Kennedy hibiled from such violations only in Florida but across United States. not the maker and just about knocked i frequent and persistent involve- this bill right out of the ring." mcnl in antitrust law violations ! Augusl 21. New life was breathed into the | measure, however, when reports from West Germany blamed the birth of thousands of armless and legless children on lhalidomide. The drug never was approved for marketing hi the United States, but was distributed to doctors for clinical testing and thus given toj Americans. This gave rise lo new concern over U.S. drug laws and regula- simple battery, trespass- and imprisonment were filed llate Thursday by Lake Charles ally abused, the Army said, the strain of solitary confinement was severe. But the 39-year-old major "stubbornly and s u c cess hilly blocked this effort to shatter his nerves and to break his will to re- executive seere- Articles of incorporation were filed today in the office of the diMrict clerk of court forming the sist." the Army .said. Universal Hot-Shot Service, Inc.,. Bailey fell into P a t h e t Lao to be located al 1019 Alamo slreel. ; hands in M;ireh 1%) after p;,ra- The corporation has a paid-in chut ing from a C-47 transport capital of $1,000 with authorized'plane which had been shot down stock totaling 5,000 shares at par by ground fire. Bailey then was value of $10 each. 'assistant Army attache in Laos. The purpose of the corporation' Ballen.qer, 28, was captured in will be transportation of oil Held, April l%l. He was confined in a gas field, pipeline and refinery different location in Laos and "re- materials, equipment and sup-jccived equally brutal treatment. Mae Blackham was renamed tary. Three new board members were circled. They are Glott, Henry K. Williams of New Orleans of Baton' Rouce city po)ice a e ai " st Donald Lovett, "^ no .^ r r> «• iJ ,. r\ t~> *..„ r»n/»r\ !.- xiT__i. Benefit Dance For Pep Squad Set Saturday A benefil dance for the Landry high school Pep Squad will be held Chief of detectives Ed Zailskas said Odom called two young girls lo his car on June 14 at Louisiana avenue and Fifth street and exposed himself to them. On August 21, Zailskas said, Odom pulled his car under a street light at Kirkman and College streets, and asked a mother and her 15-year-old daughter to come over to his car. When they did so, Zailskas said, St. Margaret's KC Picnic Is Sunday The annual family picnic of the St. Margaret's Knights of Columbus council will be held Sunday at Ward 4 park on the Intracoastal canal southeast of Sulphur. Meals will be served from 11 a.m. Rides and entertainment will be provided. Leonce Bergeron, Wesley Me- Pherson and Frank Greenlee are in charge of ticket sales. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the council. ^ re-entered a plea for passage of i Saturday night al'the SI. Charles! Odom slepped from his car wear- a drug bill wilh leelh in it, the Academy gymnasium. ln S onl y a shirt . said "good eve- and ,!. .N. Clancy of Shreveport Labor Board Hearing Is Slated Today IS ' Na MONROE, La. (AP) - U.S. C. Dawkins Jr., hear today Relations Board's 'st for an injunction against 22, of Route 2 Box 2068 in West Lake. According to police reports Lovett entered a woman's trailer in Sammy's Trailer Park about 10 p.m. Wednesday, and (old the woman to hide him out. He lold her the police were looking for him because of a fight at Freddie's lounge, according lo the reports. The woman told police he h i t and slapped her, choked her to keep her quiet, then tore her pajamas and attempted to criminally assault her. She lold the police she was im- the prisoned in the trailer for an hour .J.J.J. but was (hen able to escape and phone police from Sammy's res- Judiciary Committee took a second look at Ihe bill and reslored some of its slrenglhening provisions. Academy gymnasium. The dance will begin al 8 p.m. Music will be by the Impressionists. Horizon Club 17 is spon- Odom was apprehended Thurs- ning," bowed, got back into the car and drove off. soring the dance. dav afternoon. STEFAN CAMERA DISCOUNT HOUSE Buy your Movie Cameras and Projectors NOW for Big-, Big Savings. 3305 Ryan at Prien Lake Rd. plies. It will also be authorized I although of a different type." the nj s t. ,iud»c Ben to pursue all duties granted such'Army said. ' js scliedl jj cd lo a corporation. Uallenger's guards repeatedly Directors of t h e corporation tried to induce him to write staleare: menls denouncing U. S. support of Ralph W. McGuire, president, of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organi- 101!) Alamo street; Ronald W. \ zation. All of these efforts were McGuire, vice president, of 507 |fruitless, the Army said, adding < naiiomiVBrotherhood'of PulpT'suVc^ilt'e'w^ar happened. W. LaGrange street; and Mrs.; that "though smitten with malar- !fn e anc j p a pcr Mill Workers with 1 • Irene Marie McGuire, secrelary-;ia, parasites and a bone disease ; an illegal secondary boycott treasurer, of 1019 Alamo street, j induced by malnutrition, the de-; a g ams t olin Mathieson's West A stockholders meeting will bejtermined paratroop sergeant re-; Monroe plant and Continental held the second Tuesday of Janu-i fused to succumb to an endless'(; an co.'s Hodge plant. a paper-makers union. Lovcll to ld police he had been; The KLRB charged ibe Inter-, ; drinking and doesn't remember ary of each year. Fine Is Levied In DWI Case in Sulphur Court SULPHUR (Spl.) - Mrs. Ha/el Broussard of Beaumont, Texas, was found guilty of drunken driving in Sulphur city court proceedings today and was fined $Kif>. Edward Broussard, 42, of Port Arthur, Texas, pleaded fiuilly to drunken driving and was fined $1 :!.•>. Calvin (iallier, •>«, Lafayette laborer, pleaded not guilty to drunken driving and trial date was set for September 19. Trial of two persons charged with disturbing the peace by fighting was also set for September 1!) after they pleaded not guilty. Canadian Slightly Injured in Mishap A Toronto, Canada man was slightly injured Thursday when the car lie was driving jumped < the ledge at the newly construct- i ed portion of Shattuck street,' Lake Charles cily police said today. ; He was traveling west on Church street wlien lie hit (he | 12 inch ledge on the easl side and then went over the ledge on! (he west side according to jwlice j reports. Damage lo the car was estimated at $400. Two passengers in Ihe car were said to have escaped injury. ' Police reports indicated there ; were no barricades of warning' were no barricades or warning at the scene of the acci- fused stream of Communist threats and pressures." ; After his capture, Ballenger was i stripped of personal effects and | Red guards tied his upper arms • close lo his body, looped a length 'of rope around his neck and "led ; him as though he were an animal on a leash." On the way to the | confinement, Ballcnger was pa! raded through several villages. i Ballenger was captured while Pickets appeared al the planls shortly after the union struck Ihe newly-formed Pulpwood Producers Association. Red River Valley Official Named WASHINGTON (AP) — President Kennedy appointed Lei» Roy Woman Held In West Lake Bar Shooting Calcasieu parish sheriff's deputies today are holding a West Lake woman for investigation of aggravated battery in connection willi a shooting at the Joy Hill bar in Wesl Lake Thursday. Police reports indicate the , , - - - , woman jokingly pointed what she serving as mihlary advisor to my- j Matthias, executive vice president | (hoURhl was ail cmptv rcvo i vc ,. a , nl Lafilian troops. ~' "•- n ~' "'—— "-•»--- « : - ol lln' Rod Rivor Valley Associa-1 calvin A. Dunnigan's and told lion. Shi-ovepnrl. La., to a three-) }lim if ho dirf ,,., x[0[) ki(]di|)g ]wr '\ he lifi year-old Boy Scout world ; year term on the Federal Water j s (,,, u-onlrl slionl. him speed knot-tying record lias been broken by a Brookline, Mass.. youth, .loiin W. Sim, i:i, shaved one-half a second off the Ill-second HOW TO CONTROL RICE STINK BUG WITH NIALATHION The practical program described below is based on 4 years' research plus proven grower results in 1960 and 1961. Malathion does the job, but does not cause residue problems at tiarvest. •• record set by a Swiss Scout at jthe Second World Jamboree in Copenhagen in 1!C4. Pollution Cnnlro Thursday. The board consults makes recommendations she would shoot him. Advisory Board llt , to | ( i hor ,„ ^^ ;i | loa( |." . nigan's condition al SI. Patrick's with and hospital was listed us ''good" lo- lo the secretary of health, education and welfare. Members receive $50 a i day when actually working. day. The bullet entered his leg at the knee. The incident o c c u r e d at 11 p.m. Thursday. WHAT KIND OF MAN for Louisiana Supreme Court? A MAN LIKE THIS! JUDGE JAMES N. LEE FOR STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE He is a man dedicated to the law, a man of honor and Integrity, a judge with the vigor to serve. September 1 Elect No. 20 Elect A Man Who Can Sew The Full 14 Year Terml (P«ld Pot. A4) Here's the program that stops rice stink bug, helps you eliminate "pecky rice," lets you harvest top-grade rice... without the problem of insecticide residues: 1. Make application of mala- thion when rice is in the early milk and dough stages. One application usually does the job, but two are sometimes necessary. Malathion has been accepted for stink bug control by the USDA. 2. Apply malathion by air, making sure there are no "misses.". Swaths should be no wider than the plane's wings. 3. Because weeds and grasses around fields play an important part in the life cycle of the stink bug, they should be destroyed. Control pays big dividends Stink bug can damage as much as 25-50To of the crop. Heavy infestations can cause 3 or 4 grade reductions, with discounts up to per hundredweight. With rice at §5-7 per hundredweight, plus a 20f premium for #1, losses can be very severe. Damage shows up as complete removal of the grain (leaving empty seed coats), kernel shrinkage due to partial removal of the grain, and molds which enter at punctures and cause "pecky rice." Why malathion for stink bug control? First, because malathion is powerful and gets the control job done! Next, because mala- thion is low in toxicity to man and animals. Malathion does not leave insecticide residues in harvested rice when applied according to directions. Because of its low toxicity and rapidly disappearing residues, it can be used up to 7 days from harvest without causing problems. Finally, mala- thion is economical to use. The WAN4UID SBRV6S WB U4N WUO HAKES A BU&1NSSS Of 4GRICUI.TURS investment you make In protecting your rice against stink bug with malathion will be returned many, many times over. How to get malathion Malathion. is not a brand name. It's the active ingredient ia sprays manufactured and sold by many different companies under their own brand names, Ask your insecticide supplier about the brands he carries. For further information write; American Cyanamid Company, 3709 Atwell St., Dallas 22, Texas. The label instruction! on Cyanamid products, and on products containing Cyanamid ingredients, are the result of years of research and hav* bten accepted by Federal and/or Statt Gov* emmentt. Always rtad tht labtlt and carefully follow their direetiont for Uf», MALATHION INSECTICIDES

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