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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1963
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Veteran Sun Oil Official Dies Tuesday LOCAL WEATHER LAKH CltAfttt* Wt*T«* *.».) MARKETS Trade Active rrel ft. Montgomery. 57. a Sa» Oil Co. official, was dead on arrhal at a local hospital Tnwwtoy after suffering a heart attack at his office. Montgomery, a nalivp nf Lafa yette. La., headed the title, rental and division order department of Sun Oil Co. He had lived in Boau- Itroflt lhe fWBt IS years. thi feedy will be transferred 18 Lafayitte for funeral services. Survivors include his widow, two brothers. Wilson and Roy Montgomery, h o t h of Lake Charles. La . and two sister?. Mrs Letitia Strickland and Mrs Anna Grserte, both of Lafayette. Funeral services will be at 9 30 a.m. Thursday at a Requiem High Mas* m St. .iohn Cathedral Burial will be in Calvary cemetery under direction of the Martin and CastiHe funeral home. State Aid Sought Rail Walkout On Common Street Is Threatened ;: Next Thursday Sonwt MHHfi MB wvff ' jrniurt . T*r» W*S»: L«w 4.t «t T8nWI*rOWt nlijn T*J **' «-50 O.fn.f 5" 1.1 o» »:» ».».; Mp U fft tO:SJ •.«.; W» 0 i « J » ».*. NATIONAL WEATHER /s Continued The La** Chattes t fty eentoft vtitrt f«8ay fft irppr> for stilt JtotWt '(jkHi *iktWttlKiK*Ut> M"* JlJeiBL JftlMt. iMiTii'MelCt irm rfiT llfWilrrrgl V'tinrnmir SirCfH from 12th to 15th streets. Cmimeilman .Terry Hartess said Wtek ooo Month ooo Yl<0r (IQ8 I7».0 lffl.0 U». Iffl.J 14.1 103.1 111. J15.3 ft. Atlonfo, cleor tt ft .W cfotydy W 71 ftuflBJ*. cloudy |» JJ 1.66 " clear II " cl<M*» . eyi««g, g o S Des Mtmet, cloudy ... DftrBll, cl«or « ST Foirbon*!, cICW tt 44 Port Worth, cl««r 95 71 H»MM, efcor tt » — clear n I* Cffy. tl«»r M 74 Lot Angtlet, cl»or M W Louisville, clear n U Memphl*, cledr »1 7« Mloml, clear M M .1« .J3 ttH*, elWr M»H., St. Paul. tl6ae> 71 U het» OrUem, cIMr 41 n New T6rk. cieudy M U Oklahoma City, clear »5 7» Omaha, clear . M «« PhiMOeWa. cl«u«r W O Phoenix, clear 111 n Pittsburgh, clear PtrtlonoT Mt Portions, or*., cIMr Ra0ld City, clear ... RIchflSeAa. cIMr ... St. Leuit, clear Salt Lake City, clear sen D»ea», cieudv 77 M—Miitint .61 M U .?7 «» .»> a DEATHS BLACKBURN COUPLE f'tineral service.* for Mr »nd Ntrs. Ernest Blackburn who w-er* killed Monday in A traffic accident near Montgomery. AU.. will be held at 3 pm. Friday at the Burke-Hammer funeral home here. Burial will be at Prien Memorial park. Officiating at the services will be Maj. Roy Marshall of the Salvation Army her« and Rev. Wilton Anthony, pastor of the Bethel Baptist church. MRS. A7HACKETT (Set Story on Page One) CAPT. ISAAC WICKER HOUSTON (Spl.t - Funeral services for Capt. Isaac Elesler Wicker, 64, a former resident of believed to have Lake Charles, were held al .1 p.m. lirne Saturday in the Good Shepherd Walter Lindsey Sr., was about Methodist church of Houston, Tex-' lo embalm her in his mortuary NKW YORK .AP>-Oils were strong as the stock marltft con-1 tinned a recovery movement m! moderately active trading late; this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 4 million shares compared with 3.54 million Tuesday. Key stacks posted gains of fractions to « point or more. Pure oil continued in demand on proxy fight rumors, adding a fraction, tidewater and Texaco were up close to a point. Universal Oil products rose more than « point. Rails showed increased strength in the afternoon. IBM spurted 4 points. Xerox 3 and Polaroid more than 2. Gains of about 2 were made also by Merck and t)u Pont. Rig Three motors were all up fractions. Steels were narrowly mixed. Pan American World Airways and National Airlines held gains exceeding a point. and the project wrtft't cost !hf efty any mottty. Also today the council retnowd of Krrhy lane, fcnt left parking on on the north and south sides of th* same lane. Parking is to be removed rescinded hy the council which changed the flow of traffic on city streets. One provides for leaving traffic on Ryan street as it is since the council feels the opening of the U.S. Rejects Soviet Protest On Spy Arrests K^pttSSS'W SV RdSn I SlftWKftiy *ffe««6 traffic. Trw* seiroftn pertarfts to fHif K w£ on Chtrrch and Hodges street. Funds were transferred from the conthiffertcy reserve ftrfSf to r our ftnffnfofliai CmH¥ft#$ win OB Dtntt Oncfc tw CTKUftCil f(?BlS ifonal oftes are f¥een£n. An ordinance which would placed a traffic cofltrol signal device at Louisiana fittd .School streets was withdrawn. Councilman A. ,1. Lyons had asked for the ordinance and felt terms of stop light at the location. Intention to pave Kirkman street from Cherry Hill street to Cherry- council. A hearing on the paviflg has been set for August ?. Engineer reports and levy of paving assessments were approve in two ordinances. Oak Park alleys. Lockwood court, Blaekmati street, Third avenur, 22nd street Board Purchases Bus for LC High ttoti $ rafrfCSOS MMKftKtn they wfiJ fftrt tflto Hfetfl ThwsSiry m* *m\ wrfes result tn a rail strike. Tht actton alffiwt cfrialftfy wffl thro* fhi tlN^JfrC^P*** 1<* some ttteafis of ffWfnfig 9 fwrttws- wide fitt tteap. PrCsMfTR Ktfffltfy tflftOtffiCftd . .- ..* . * » last was "maki such fwtsfliffiefldatJens to the Congress ts these cireutn- stances appear to dictate." The fatheads' plans were announces by their chief negotiator, .I.E. wolfe^ wno said tffere nas Sy Chart® Htgh school By flw Law DOftfo TOfl TwESuSy. tli twyiftji tht oswl, Monw "rteriWe" btis, ths declared an efflerfeney was fit- cafeteria eqefptttewt Th« titm* hers asked PoYfl to swWy Hi low ret!5fvtff afR5 fft ptfrehftsi etppthfttt « {hi Invest Br to hBy tfis t'CjUipffWm WffltfM fflWPS Wtal 1 ^ m CT§ SjtKth* Ifl f§p8ftS tft IMS tWHTO By lire strpsrtnleiidenl. Pflr* safa* HhK plans wife pfB|ftfirtftf for fhf wlw! afrS detrMed to fottfb the'eelehtatisn «f Ihi Ktfthli' ;n;ht advertising frf bids. Mn Nicosia, principal at Lake that witess the dispute > Charles High, told the board that by Joty 10 he wtrald the bus had a nt» motor, and Lake dhsrtes ftl|H ft«thifr| , « «, . ferf also riptiftcd the reeeipl ef City school superintendent G. W. | M 173 ifl r - - * * said that a consider able sav-1 would be made over the negotiations. Wolfe, chairman of the National the operating unions had refused ing purchase of a new bus, since a '(US Of would cost about $25,000. The board also decided to purchase a bus for W. 0. Boston nigh school and asked Ford to draw up P. 0. institute Arthur coordinator, presented new council presi- Frail W/cfow 'Dies' Twice In 24 Hours WILLARD. Ohto <Api - Mrs. Mary L. Voight, a frail 80-year- old widow, was pronounced dead twice by the same doctor in less than 24 hours. The 87-pound woman died Mon- councilmen miniature bats which he said could counteract to some degree the actions of Moreno's gavel. Lyons said the Lake Charles board voted Tuesday to er. i Corporate bonds were mixed. I'.S. government bonds were i slightly higher. LIVESTOCK Areo Sale? Results LOUISIANA LIVESTOCK MARKET Ctlthorp't, DtRldder Tutidav, July 1, W3 CATTLE RECEIPTS: Mttderol*. Number of head sold, 463. MARKET CONDITIONS:, T-adlnfl Ac- died the first Action Demand; caivei Good. pn«s; rutting off sewerage service for residents outside the city. Action will he taken after a council committee and sewerage board committee meet lo discuss lhe pro- pnsal. It was reported that residents in an area west of McNeese State College are planning to start a petition asking for city annexation. Councilman C. M, Jackson said lhe marina committee had no report to make, but the committee was optimistic. He said the city would have a marina by the time the council finished its term of office. as. Rev. C. W. Faulk officiated. Burial was in Forest Park cemetery of Houston under • the direction of the Howard funeral home. Capl. Wicker died at fi M p.m Thursday in a Houston hospital. He had lived in Houston approximately 50 years. He was born in Lake Charles. Capt. Wicker was a retired har Sunday night when he breathing and sweating. After deled Ing a faint heart- heat, Lindsey and an aide STOCKBRS: Good . . . . . up) 1S-2I. Common «. mtdlum (750 Ibs up) Saw her 3' 3<- Good llghl (250 Ibs. down) 21-35. Slctri and Htlleri SLAUGHTER: Good to cholci, J2-M.50. Stondord, JO-J1. Utility, 1»-1». STOCKER STEERS: Good. l»-27. Common t, medium, U-ll STOCKER HEIPERS:_Good, M-JJ.50. wrapped Mrs. Voifiht in blankets common ond ™d]um, 'u-i». commercial. and rushed her back to Willard Municipal Hospital. She remained in an oxygen tent until death came shortly after. 7 Monday night. • ' Dr. Richard Jackson, 38, pro- bor pilot and was a member of nouneed he/ dead—'just: as"'he had lhe Master Males and Pilots association. H« was also a member of the Cosmopolitan Lodge No. 872, A. F. and A. M., Port Arthur, and Sunday night after stroke had hospitalized the woman. At that time, the general practitioner said, "she lost all the vital signs of life—blood pressure SLAUGHTER: Commerclol. 16-U.50. Utility. U-15. Culltr, 1M3. Conntr, »-U. Shell!, 9 down STOCKERS: Good, 17-ir Common ond medium, U-16. Good, nont. Medium, US- 175. Common, 110-UJ.SO. Inferior, 10-105. Cew end Coll Per Pair Good none, medium 145-17S, common HO U3.SO, Inferior 10-105. •Bull! Commerclol K-II.50. Utility U-17. Culler 1415. Hoot Choice barrows & Gills (110 to 175 Ibs.) 16 50-17 Choice barrows & GUIs (140 to the Elmino Temple shrine of Gal-! and pulse were gone and she was veston, Texas. He was a charter . not breathing." member of the Good Shepherd' Mrs. Voight had a heart stop- Methodist church. ! page the first time, but a rough Local survivors include his step-1 ride to the mortuary in an am- mother, Mrs. Julia B. Wicker I bulance apparently restored the and a sister, Mrs. Mary Flocum,; woman's breathing and circula- both of Lake Charles. {lion, the doctor said. Weather Blamed In Airliner Crash 13.50 Sows (400 lb_. _. - . sows (old) 17-13. Good feeder pigs, 1315. Common & Medium, 10-1J. woods hogs, 5-11. DOW JONES WEDNESDAY (Courtesy of A. G. Idwords and Stnl, 107 Weber Building.) Averages: 714.00 up 5.06 Fourth Hour Jlocki: Allied Chemlcols American Bakerlef American Can American T8»T 23' WASHINGTON <AP>-' ed Stales received and ately rejected today a Soviet demand for release of a Russian t'.N employe and his wife arrested on spy charges Tuesday. The Soviet Union demanded release of the two today, contending thry were "unlawfully arrested," and had diplomatic immunity. A State Department spokesman said this country rejected the request with a reply that the immunity of such UN. employes does not extend to activities such as espionage not connected with United Nations activities. The demand for release of a Russian employe of the United Nations and his wife was presented at the State Department by the ranking Soviet diplomat M. Kornienko, in a 20-minule session with Richard H. Davis, deputy assistant secretary for European affairs. The two, arrested at their Flushing, L.I.. apartment, were Ivan Dmitrievich Egorov, 41, a U.K. secretarial personnel officer, and his wife, Aleksandra Eogorva, 39. FfJif"Or DlPQ • Picked up here in the same es- t>ullwl »•"" , pionage case were another couple named in the complaint as "John and .lane Doe." The FBI said they had been living under the names ' of innocent Americans who were unaware their identities had been , appropriated. There was no immediate report on who the Washington couple 'really are. The Stale Department had no immediate comment on the demand for release of those arrested in New York. The arrests Tuesday in Washington and on Long Island followed by one day a U.S. order for expulsion of a Soviet Embassy ! official for attempting to recruit . a Russian-born U.S. intelligence official to spy for the Reds. But help resolve 1 He said the "brought djs tfi The board was told that work on additions at Boston high was pro* grossing as scheduled and that the library and cafeteria should be ready by the time school opens in September. Advertisement for bids on fflflk and bread for use by the school cafeterias was decided to be Earlier in the meeting the board made by the board, the bids to refusal has had approved the bid of Albert X. be opened at the August meeting. "" fc h "'"" ta « for air-conditioning "Thus, the period of grace requested by President Kennedy and agreed to hy both the unions and management, will end on .Inly to with the featherbedding , ... . ior high. The Newlm bid was for * rfias for a three - lnn unit Moreno's Inc. submitted the only other bid. The hoard also received bids on South Cameron Student Attends Summer Camp Wolfe told a news conference. "The Issues involved here have j twice been submitted to impartial' presidential boards of the high- j est competence and the railroads | have accepted the recommenda-1 tions of these boards even though ' they contained more than gener-, ous concessions to the unions." Three Places Broken Into At OAKDALE <SpU - Police were Dies Famed Woman NKW YORK i AP>-Alicia Patterson. 5R, editor and publisher of Newsday, Garden City, N.Y., died Tuesday. She was the daughter of the 'late Joseph Medill Patterson, founder of the New York Daily News. She and her husband, Harry F. Guggenheim, businessman, philanthropist and diplo-' at 10 a.m. mat, founded Newsday in 1940. i Providence. LAKE PROVIDENCE, La —Judge Frank Voelker Sr.. 69, of Lake Providence, died at his home Tuesday night of a heart attack. He had been judge of the 6th Judicial District since 1936. He was the father of Frank Voelker Jr., chairman of the Stale Sovereignty Commiss i o n and a candidate for governor. Judge Voelker had been active in civic aflairs of East Carroll Parish and was a member of the Louisiana Youth Commission. Funeral services will be held Thursday in Lake MONROE <SpU - Billy Le- Gare, a student at South Cameron high school, was one of 100 young bandsmen from Louisiana and Mississippi attending a two-week summer music camp just concluded at Northeast Louisiana State College. Billy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucien LeGare of Cameron. The camp was designed to provide on-campus educational ex- today investigating three break- > periences in music and twirling for ins at Oakdale establishments ' J uni or and wnlor high school stu- early Tuesday morning. ! dents. The program included concert bands for all levels of exper- Entered were the Oakdale Drug ience, instrument classes, solo company, Finkey department and ensemble playing, conducting, store, and a storeroom of contrac- music theory and string instru- tor C. L. Moon. ment classes. Nalhan Toups, manager of the drug company, said lhal the store was broken in through a skylight. He reported missing aboul $200 in merchandise and a small amount of cash. Will Retirement Plans Moon said that his storeroom was entered through a window. This is the second break-in that Moon has had in two weeks. He reports losses of $375. L. T. Crow, manager of the department store, said that his company was entered through a transom. He reported nothing missing, however. BATON ROUGB (API - U.S. Rep. James H. Morrison says he plans lo call a hearing soon of his House subcommittee on civil service to consider retirement plans. Morrison spoke Tuesday at the 47th annual convention of the Louisiana Rural Letter Carriers Association. The organization will end its three day meet today with the election of officers. , Bronlll , Cities Service . I Continental Oil i Emlcrn Airlines 1 Firestone Atrcr c0 n ::::.":::::::::::::.' $£ i the FB1 saict tnere is n ° ^ be' M_. Iween the two cases. name 61 19'/R '. 54Vi . SV/4 By MARVIN R. EIKE . ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP)-Ex- treipely rapid and severe weather changes within a 10-minule period provided investigators- torlay with » major clue to the cause of an airliner crash that took seven lives and injured 36 persons during an electrical storm. "Weather has importance in than in most," a Civil Aeronautics Board official said. jConn., said the plane hit turbu- I Ience when "we got up 10 feet. It was like flying into the dead "Wind dralt pushed us Robert Christopher, 28, Conn. "The pilot was lighting the stick all the way." Thomas Mayer, 55, Wcstport, w. R Grace «'') Gull Oil 45H Gull Slalis , 35 9 /i Hercules Powder 31 Kennecolt Copper 7JV) Llbby U'/» i Lockheed ,, 57 1 Mock Trucks 40 ' l '-"-nal Airlines .."!!!!!!!!!.",,i!i 30*» Molhltson 41*4 American 38»k C. Penney 42Vi According to a complaint filed in a New York federal court, the four arrested Tuesday conspired with at least two Soviet military intelligence men to transmit to lhe Russians information on U.S. military installations and troop movements. Pelican Unit , «co,,^.^ ,*,„..». Conn., said lhe plane had climbed , f - - ---.-.,.this inSigSn!'" an altilude of 75 "'• 10 ° r<*t l§ °" nv ° when "it happened in Pittsburgh Plate Glass 54 ; tnllQlPfPC Polorold 1J9',i eUllliaiCCd RCA 70 I Sears Roebuck 90 Southern Pacific , 361< Standard of California , eSW Tends Co 71'/i "1 was thrown clear of Die plane i ij nll?d 9oi ?-' si i n Tuesday in the storm, which was accompanied by high winds and hail, "It was like flying into the dead of the night," one survivor said from his hospital bed. "Th* wind grabbed us the min- ut« we left the ground," said another. The Martin 404, carrying 40 passengers and a crew of three, was headed for Newark, N.J. vis White Plain*, N.Y. It fell into mud about 80 yards off a runway it Rochester-Monroe County Airport, wveral miles southwest of Rochester. begun by City Laborers In Waco Stage Work Stoppage WACO, Tex, <AP> - Many municipal activities were at a stand' buTl"said"there : rno"time!"we 7 ve i *^ today »* «ly laborers staged with a and bruises. Ex-Marine Joseph Pearson of Tonawanda, N.Y., a worker on a construction project, helped pull survivors from the plane. "One man was walking around with his ear torn and bleeding," Pearson said. "He asked for help To Get Leave | Twelve Lake Charles and area i young Navy men are headed home for a two week basic leave. I The young men, members of 1 the Louisiana Pelican company i of the U. S. Navy, completed their j training with highest honors, said ' ; Senior Chief John B. Trahan, local ' Navy recruiter. Trahan said that the Pelican company in competition with seven other companies finished first during the training period. After lhe young men are home the RE-OPENING -—v of the gotta get those people who are i * stilt in there." Other passengers included: Jane R. Nixon, While Plain*, the only woman aboard other than the stewardess; Charles V. Me- Adam, Greenwich, Conn., president of . - ."continuous meeting" after Uw, O r?'re«ve, they wil report Waco city council reject* A nunv ber of their demands , Tn * 158 wale »'' garbage, street and MWigg department workers soug , u a five ^ j hl hoWa a , . . O j_ week h k . ..„. OBI wingUp apparently struck to ground, a witness said. The bounced, broke w two like tcbsiiek aod caugbJt fire. Air- BGf^tireinei) exuflgmjheo tae j L^U \vagn*r. said "the pilot ***2^'. , . . , , , .. j asked for clearance god the re- ffe« «tes4 weiudfld the pilot, | q ues t was complied with." Wag- Vf r^AVMtlr- OQ l?o»n ! it. i, .1 ,i rim McNaughl Newspaper ; Alter the demaflds wp jecled, the workers nwthed . T, , . . ~. , „ i abreast to the city hjll, circled trie Products, and Pv. Lee Daven- ' w " port, president of General Telephone and Laboratories, Ing. The airport's chief controller, their first Naval assignment, Trahan said. The Lake Charles and area Pelican company men are: Lake Charles — Rodrick C. Granger, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L, Granger, 1705 Third street; Marvin Dale Ward, son of continuous John W. Dji., and on duty. The crash was the second in the j , P*fts», N.V.. con- history"of Mohawk Robins Aidlnts. Long Sets peech FOBT PQJ-K aud Ue O'PeJJL West- ; ! Hsfy Asm M&t«L, and k^^.1,^ Mfll(6S | p.m. w UwCed anus Difihtb «f; 4i*/fgr i*f sfis $_ (Jo« sW», pU | km fir ton^ 'isd K .and Derouon; Joseph P- Gillert, son of Mr. and Mrs, Patrick M. Gil- Ureet; Leon W. Mr. and Mrs- Neat C. Rhodes, 417 Seventh street; Also Pallas I. Quibodeau* Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Pajlas E. Quibodeaux Sr., 8JO Gulf; Richard I- Nixon and James W. Hte~ on, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James D. 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