The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on May 19, 1961 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana · Page 6

Monroe, Louisiana
Issue Date:
Friday, May 19, 1961
Page 6
Start Free Trial

I riria \ . Ma\ 1!). lfibl Monroe Nc\vs.>tar W I ST MOMUH; L i and their Indie pat I m i « <1 Thur-da nijrhi at t he lliyh- la nd Park f'fiitnt ) / í luí» to ¡it tall officer far Soma of them, hown as t hov <hat following tho program, aro Bobhy W i I.-on, candida î e for «list rie t trover nor a t * I non convent ion. Ma ‘JR-lid, Mari'» i Mei ioo, o o \v président t a k i i » if * ho reins from Mayor .1, Allan Norris, M. it. Smith, Iirsi vico president, K. I» Norri-, -ocond vico president, Mrs. *\Dn I h ard now Lione 4 pn -iriont and kol!’. 'I honip on, PPJJ secret arv-treas- urer. Slav Recalls Speed CJ 0 A 113 C 6 P r* i r* ^0ts ^asi ^jliance Ur tichmann Corps To Escape Chair Bv IIIOMVS \ BKKPV JERIJSAIJIM, Israel \R Ndoif I chinamiV commar * r re i to w n « i t A (I (i, neh Iva nana'* ti ¡al lo la V* x a ral* • \rno:i. ft Je1.', h le ale n < os. former i hi pen »la to ' nil one mai A nr ank1 the II kn ow ledge *>r !h<* German NMVV ORLI* .WS 1 PL - N nguage made h;n u. eful, Jie Negro c om Irte •d of rap ine a w! ufe 1 for a time he had a woman todayUilS to i ììet wha? the m to move about But immer ot rmi all Jew­ may le Ji■ s 1 a 1 chan*' f to esc. ape eled to repfirt at variou- liair in a fedi ■ral f< t¡on arket s stations, 11 X wa - in the .qua re court in la I: , •aring M. Li ibat, ton vicled w dì h Jfie Gc ysfrqjo aunOiinr ed af, of another N’e::ro, Niton C . Porci. for 1 »of age had been tomrniftod bv a I'GO r a.s grant ted a lie ar- Jew and "the Jews will >n* 1er lera! dis trict ju( Jge ve In j The er< »ay l<xi of them »wd of several thousand u< tef| to form bv prole J S k c * 1 ' ■ I.aiiat v Wr j w hoh,i.s lee n in de at h ,-[) j¡., kindred *er< nom ■ fifth man in the 1 ne innocent e .hi v but th ears, eh at i -, idei limed hr ice prov in g arri le Sai/ »flic Ol once wa arin. Baton Rouge Solon Racers Ready Hits Davis In Case For sPeedway InvolvingJohnCoon“-«1*“ BATON ROUGH fS*aff Specia and admit he put him on the nay- I™ f (mus:cai chairs in • Hep, .Jack Dyer of Baton Rouge ro :?” ' ' dCC cfrs starts in ernest Satur- 'e.-day ar' u.-ed Go\ J rnmm Dy»: a a -ned * e House that day u'nf‘n tb<? second and fina! P ¡' o,' r»utf ng a Baton Rouge <,rra ■ here along -.he ! ne you vveek*nd of qualifications opens '.'•‘■u- >t on F.rc Mar.-.hal .John going to have to '.stop «o.rr 'f'r tbe 500-mile Memorial Day Coon s payroll along with the governor ” cias-sic. OBJ, , rinvs Baton * Foe players without a program" 1 -v toubhed off a becomes meaningless at the lndi- I e ye-nrnan lawmaker, who 'our.-I of objections coming chief- anapolis Motor Speedway when o. * ,y as (X' a■ ed former L*. F:'0:n Bep Ris’.ev Triche of car-hopping begins in the tradi- ijov B.i: Dodd added, "I don’t -Vano! eon vi c Davis' chief floor tionally hectic windup of the time !*•; eve Mr. Coon ever -aw this loader trials. ''"an, V thr‘ but why B» D>er continued, ’There The lone-ran-’e weather forecast ■ ’" ■" 1 vy’':v.;”.n »iw i»-»* ry ‘ \ nn dU‘ day’ an indication that yet-to-he r ‘ , " , \ ^ . qualified teams will attempt to . ¡1 mm ivd ar; tnakc thc race Reid that day. ' 1 ? 1 nc , 0lirt rather than wait another 24 hours retM: hem' !n a gamble that could wreck r ?i ♦ °n5?n °, Kimberbn- a their chances. f u, i - 1 ; me Raton Rouge chemist. as a deputy fire marshal. 'Mr. Coon right now is a coon m a trap,” Dyer stated. Hr look the floor when the House began to debate on a re.soluti^ to require the state bond and building authority to publish the f , ,, . , ‘ 0-'!r) w as ■ results of votes taken among lutady injured iate Thursday legislators. when he fell from a tractor and Funds spent by ttie authority run over by a hayrake in Sel- aro approved by the Legislature, man Field polled by mail. The resolution Nathaniel Wilson, m Route 4 ^0uld ,recJuuirc ihat th<? results of Huston, died shortly after being m]s be madc Public, rushed to the St. Francis* IiospF kyer pointed out that he had tal for treatment by an ambu- reason to believe Davis was go- mce of the Mu he r i Funeral in- t0 bnance the proposed new Home. governor’s mansion from a $60- Wilson was livim* at 803 I iv- ™iIbon bond issuc approved last ton street in Munr^c. ' November. Wilson is reported to have *,! Ü0, thc LeSislature would be jumped on tiie back of , tractor ^ ^ {or aPProval. being driven by Lathid Taylor, kn«w that he 'Davis' has 17, also Negro, of Monroe while hoen calling a lot of you in to get he two were working on the cast >'ou to go along,” Dyer said, side of So'man Field Tay'or told Rep Hiram \!!en of Tangipa* officers of the Monroe police do- ho:i Parish objected .saving**1”! partment that Wilson -kpped and don't see how the governor Is in­ fell under the hayrake vohid ,n this Coon thing ” I ho I kítív was taken to Mi.a ¡ s 1 know 'Hat. the fire" marshal tunera Home is not going around putting people on the payroll,” Dyer replied. Rep. Vail M Deioney. Lake Providence, pointed out "that under the Kennon administration a Only six spots were ¿till open Lowest-qualified machines being :n the holiday field of 33 road- eliminated. A car qualified by sters. by virtue of qualifications rookie Norman Hall of Los last weekend. However, at least Angeles at a speed of 141.861 one and possiblv more cars were miles per hour would be the first listed as doubtful starters May 30 bumped because it was the slow- because they may lose their est qualifier, places to faster cars. The car of Bob Veith, fort Once 33 cars are qualified, the Bragg, Calif., is second low at bumping process begins, with the 143.062 m.p.h. ____________________ Ruston Negro Fatally Hurt In Accident Salvation-Healing Revival Members Of Bethel Temple Testify • Teeth Are Filled • Vision Restored As Evangelist A. C. McKAIG Prays For Sick Now In Progress—Continuing Indefinitely 7:30 NIGHTLY FREE TRANSPORTATION, PHONE FA 5-5748 Ralph Mahoney Pastor William Martin Associate KTHiLTEmi\ f 812 Wheeiis St , West Monroe. Just Off Jonesboro Rood, Hwy, J4. A Ru-.ton toen insure his happy future . . . SAVE regularly with People's Homestead Pershing Failure to deter unimdioi Won't Delay Tests J 11 The fie-ta no of* i> -top hack and Rr Mav Tin one ■ In Crt tog.• . man <• Na/ pn Arnon his vo i t on dc- had fk" -ch i ha* kö S pict than the r#c‘ roK T* time! < k file- ba. pro t duiged Levee Inspector Case Under Study ied out without the consent of the Legislature I he resolution to make public the results pissed 71-13, but six solons from thc .Monroe area voted against it, as follows: Rep. Chc-ter Floyd, .Jena. Rep. troyed in flight by the range * * Fields. F. rmerviUe, Rep, I. kety officer Thursday night J Alien. .Jonesboro, Rep Carrol! vhen the second stage did not ^maD, Waterproof, Rep. Lonnie F \J*F ( \N WKR \L Fla 1 \R Phe \rmv d-K‘- not expect failure of the latest I’ershing flight to delay fi'.e to-1 program of the tactical missile One of thc 34-foot rockets wa 4 Is Our Current Dividend Rate d Je 'd ÍO le Z RURT \|J. e»c* of a Ml \R fieneva < ied w o \. Mother, Children Fatally Burned ignite It was only the third Rich fa ' ire in *6 I’ershing launching - \\ < \ny missile test, program ex peels failures,” an official commented. “We’ve had a good record with Pershing, and there’s no ¡nob > field weapon with range o Pro' Homcsicad AND S A V I N 6 S ASSOCIATION Mi Cypress at Pine, West Monroe Catalpa ot DcSiard, Monroe . s eromm eno.rrg 'n ■ aews te , shf1' on ! he -jet Thoi )>ands were * r killed by peci a! ac t on batta! "a ■' ion the O hr. Sal/ a Y ugo s! a v-horn den- l|M*d t IS! w Ho •» ■ ■ r\H m t: e Yugoslav > «’ us army arui ||>fl * hiiii told the cou rt that aft* *r his poun her cT it «i «i » |¡* t fached to a Gentian-r * \\ JS S.J I * «.fi I Her ho-r» fa! n. a staff do ctor Jle wore 1111 ¿S form, as a pr-oner of war On 1 Ids left slee ve he wore the yellow 1 band w th he inserip ion "Jfw ** 1 Under d tie w< re thei ■ ■ f*1 Red Cro- ■ SOL 7 he com! ¡nation ha d even the «2640 N'aris confu sed pea1'5HOUSE of LIGHTS 4t ★ First In Quality ★ Fast In Services ★ Fairest In Prices Building or Remodeling Let Us Give You A Free Estimate ThM ~Ox)o*>-Matrb'cr Ut^fl w.ftt Chcmb*r, “Voio-V»w” dovWe-ov*« roiruorm, lurtoc* rang« top, dukwathor-dryor and Ì9 cu. ft. rafrigorztoe^ ftoeiar , . . onlv a f*w ctntt omr <krv in vow now homo. A COMPLETE PACKAGE FOR EVERY KITCHEN Custom Made Draperies Interior Decorator Service No Extra Cost Call Mr. Cleb Fails FA 5-7876 or FA 5-8600 CARPETING Over 1200 Yards To Choose From Nu-Tone ★ Door Chimes + Fans ★ Built-In Food 4 - Hoods Centers ^ Intercoms •k Ceiling Heaters I ■ 1 --;-*sSsJ a •/> -1 ,u 7Hr Wh n» Kaplan Irivr ol cl)* t - ntlcr \r>u mcrea -t better service t m tt r mar» n the « r.ier .lesi tn the *Ho proce* f > ,.r order-—to the rr n who <-eliv<?r, it foch one doe* hi» best to earn your bus me and your good will Whm you r < ed -teel, call M Kaplan and Son* Everything You Need In STEEL ARMSTRONG Vinyl Corlon FLOOR COVERING Deal s House ot Lights now selling more PROGRESS Lightinq Fix- tuKs and CHAMBERS Built-In Ranges than all others combined ' ■' D,.,r House of Lights you get more for LESS MONEY . . . PLUS quality and service. OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY and 2:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M SUNDAY FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE ^House of Lights 4 . I 105 Forsythe Ave. FA 5-8600 I KAPLAN & SON INC FA 2-5112 Warehouse. Yards ir Ottice Corner 9th tj Adams Monro# »UM»-- * =<%

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 21,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Monroe News-Star
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free