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   Lake Charles American Press (Newspaper) - June 29, 1960, Lake Charles, Louisiana                                Section Editorial Page njyfr YEAR B B A Lake Charles Press Part fy Partly XMratBB JUDY GOOCtt t Posture Queen Jennings Girl Named World Posture Queen PAP Judges for the Chiropractic of America last night named Jidy 17yearold blonde from World Pos ture Her selection was based pri marily on judges study of Xrays of spinal Beauty and poise of the entrants were also Miss Gooch receives a total of in prizes and scholarships for her first place Miss the daughter of Don Duhon of was named prettiest girl at Jennings high school this She holds the titles of Miss Miss Jeff Davis and the preliminary ti tles leading to the position achieved last Amoflf the contest prizes was a scholarship to attend a chiropractic Miss Gooch was sponsored in the contest by the Louisiana Chiropractic asso ciation on the state level and lo in by Adjournment Hopes Dim For Congress WASHINGTON drive for a vention adjournment appeared to waver There was a growing conviction among some members that theyd have to come back for another session in This is particularly tough on House all of whom must run for reelection in November if they want to remain in They are anxious to get back home and mend political Butjnany House members said privately theyre planning on an August session to clean ft ft I up major legislation KllSSIfl PI9I1S On the Senate hope has not been abandoned that the tJB J ft I MidPacific Rocket Tests Area Girls Seek Title of Miss Louisiana Two area girls will compete for the of Miss Louisiana in the annual beauty which be gins Thursday at Lake They are Marie Miss Lake and Anita Delores Miss There are 24 contestants entered in the contest which will continue through Nineteen of the entries are college The Lake Providence winner will rep resent the state in the Miss Amer ica contest in Atlantic Miss who was selected Miss Lake Charles in the annual contest sponsored by the Lake Charles Junior Chamber of Com is an elementary school She reigned over the Con traband Days celebration and was also named Miss Miss Harrison is sponsored by the Oakdale Junior Chamber of Contestants for the Miss Louisi ana title will be judged on talent as well as poise and personal ap pearance in evening dresses and swim Miss Harrison is a singer while Miss Johnson sings and plays musical instruments and will present art REWARD Lost 5 19 20 Brown and white Brittany Ap pearance similar English except vary short Lost In area between West Fork and Highway north of West Call HE Gou rteaui or Humane JA 7 LAKE JUNE I960 44 PAGES NEPAL DECRIES AUMAKH ffjfl must legislation can be turned out before the Democratic con vention opens July 11 in Lcs Senate and House leaders may reach the point of decision by the end of the If they decide the work cant be done without an August Congress probPan to lob a new series of power or eariy multlgtage test lnto the central Pacific next month about miles southwest of ably will recess next then This would leave the three Dem ocratic presidential hopesfuls in the Senate free for preconvention They are Lyn don Johnson of Stuart Symington of Missouri and John Kennedy of With the adjournment still in this was the situation The House Rules bowing to pressure from Demo cratic Tuesday turned loose a bill to raise the minimum hourly wage from to over three years and extend coverage to 3 million more With it went a substitute bill with a minimum and a more limited extension of to The House may vote The same Rules Committee by a 66 vote refused to clear a housing bill pushed by Democratic That just about killed chances for its pas sage before the Albert Rains chair man of the Housing subcommit There will be a hous See CONGRESS on Fire where the British touched the first hydrogen Jambalaya UNIQUE LIZARD the imperialist Ever see a twotailed lizard Chances are you And chances are you dont want But some people particularly boys of the Huck Fin and several of them found a two tailed lizard the other The lizard was discovered in the 400 block of Ford street by David Lewis of 630 Lawrence A Sam Levy of 527 Di vision whose favorite sub ject is biology and who hunts for snakes and laid the lizard was an anole a common type in this but that the twotailed critter was about as common as a twoheaded The lizard was greenish in color and about an inch and a half long Accompanying the two boys on the lizardhunting expedition were Davids and Ed au ward The boys dropped off off in search of another COCKTAIL WAITRESS WANTED Apply Charles Fontenot MAJESTIC HOTEL 11 to or after 6 Summer Clearance SALE on all Summer Sports Swim Straw Bags and Straw FRENCH STYLE SHOP 621 AUmo HE 37118 FABRIC CLEARANCE SALE DripDry And S Yards Values To Yard 79o Values To Yard 980 DOnOTHYS FINE FABRICS 1111 Highway U HE 62188 CLOSEOUT 90 ROLL ROOFING ROLL Lumbermans Supply Your only stop 308 South Goos Phone DC 84423 or HO MOSCOW AP The Soviets An announcement Tuesday night said the new rocket shoot will be held July 531 over a mile target area about 150 miles farther to the southeast than the landing area of the first Soviet Pacific rocket tests last In their first test the Soviets said they fired a rocket gome miles and came within a mile of the The United States subsequently fired a super Atlas rocket miles from Cape Canaveral past the southern tip of South The Soviet Union warned other nations to keep their ships and planer out of the test which lies about 200 miles west of Amer within 600 miles of Christmas election eiecnon ef used in the July tests will not be equipped with the final This apparently meant they will not carry srssts Khrushchev called on a group of FIRST LADIES Mamie Eisen The dinner for the visiting royal couple was hower poses with Queen Sirikit last night Eisenhowers first social function since prior to a state dinner given by the Presi she was hospitalized May 31 for asthmatic dent for the King and Queen of AP Wlrcpholo GOP Lead in North Dakota Is iappy House today hardly AP Republlchance to can John Davis raising lawmakers thin lead over Quentin Democratic was dwindling steadily today in the Island and North Dakota special senatorial With returns reported from Tass news which issued of the states 2310 the the said the rockunofficial tabulations showed Returns from the farm lhe governor s uu a group oi Soviet military school cadets to carlv leadAt one he was master the conditions of a rockmore than votes ahead of et and nuclear war which is what Burdick and coasting along with a comfortable 50 per cent of the total But as the figures from the out lying rural areas came Dem ocrats predicted a Burdick victory by as much as Weve got it in the said Scott Democratic cam paign Its only a mat ter of said he was still confident of aggressors are Speaking at a Kremlin reception for graduates of army and navy Khrushchev boasted of Soviet rocket might in all spheres from battlefield range to intercon tinental The premier declared the Soviet armed forces should increase their vigflance in case the im perialists unleash a new Khrushchev told the audience in I We were worried for a the white and Gold Kremlin halll6 said hut now were standing his hearty welcome to the new blood in the armed forces might seem strange while his govern ment was calling for disarmn We do he so our glorious armed forces will be a shield for our country and all So no contradictory because wmu vuya uiupiieu UK at the American Press office to our army is an aggressive exhibit their find and then dashed Our army is a peoples army defending MATERNITY WEAR SALE Pedal Dresses and Bathing BILLIES ANTICIPATION SHOP 1638 Ryan Going Strong Our Big Summer CLEARANCE SALE Continues Tbroiigb Saturday CASH OUTLET STORE 1689 Brosd Street WE WILL BB CLOSED THRU MONDAY JULY 4tU for inventory SERVICE LUMBER 1518 14 END OF MONTH SALE New shipment ladies full run of 1 lot children white ihoti Mens summer sport MANY BARGAINS FOR ENTIRE FAMILY YELLOW FRONT BARGAIN STOW COMPLETE STOCK CLOSE OUT On All Modern and Contemporary Furniture Save and up to 60 Enterprise Furniture Galleries 932 Enterprise HE 80129 SEIBERLING TIRES Guaranteed Against All Road Get Our Prices Before You Buy SWIFT SERVICE AUTO SUPPLIES 1033 Ryan Open All Day Saturday SALE PHILS BARGAIN STORE June July J ft 3 Big Ladles Summer and Ready to Swim One lot of Fine Thla big dont thU one better burryt HEAR John Stewart Candidate for District Judge Division B KPLCTV CHANNEL 7 Tonight from to SUwtrt Ad up It looks like it will go down to the This is the nations first headon collision between the two major parties in a farm As it may indicate dis satisfaction throughout the farm belt with the agriculture program as administered by Secretary Ezra Taft Analysts in on the November battle for the as rolled up a commanding lead In the He did do as well Happy House Receives Bill Hiking Expenses BATdN ROUGE AP A remember their promises as votes of Representatives fell in at the last minute to give could wait for a the measure one more than need concur in Senate ed to tn uuy aocKrmer Lake monthly in expense c and Samuel Broussard New came in with favor Plenty of opposition is able votes in time to save the bill from members who are wondering what the people back home think of such The House passed a bill original ly to raise legislators to a year instead of the a month they now receive be written by the administration tween Theyre paid per diem while in The original House bill squeaked by with only one vote to spare weeks Jimmie Davis indicated he thought the was too left the decision to the Legisla The Senate then reduced the bill to raise the expense allow ances to a The Senate yesterday approved 2118 and sent back to the House the contested bill to raise expense William chair man of the Senate Finance Com shouted for senators to One Cecil Blair told the h wouldnt use the money for him self but instead would put it int scholarships for needy students Senators who spoke against thi raise included Harold Mont Doyline demon Jennings Laurance Eusti New Orleans and H Grand Montgomery told fellow sena See EXPENSES on Page Five Shooting Victim Is Holding Own Herbert 40year old Lake Charles man who was critic ally wounded in a shooting early Tuesday morning near Dunns was reported holding his both parties are watching the own today by Calcasieu sheriffs North Dakota election with an eye who is in Patricks was shot six times with a caliber uu as weu Being held by deputies for inves in this election as be did in 1958 tigation in the shooting is Margie when he defeated John a Elizabeth of The sheriffs office said today that free GOP on Pace Five no charges have been 8 LOTS IN HIGHLAND MEMORY GARDEN located in center of Masonic priced for quick HE 92970 after call HE 66221 FOR SALE Norelco Continental 400 Stereo PourTrack or TwoTrack Tape Recorded with Recording and PityBack Range from 40 to Less than 3 months Call HE 30167 after Guy Sockrider Lake ATTAC Border Patrol Officer Killed By Chinese Troops Nepal Kofrttl today that a Nepali border patrol officer has been tilled and 15 Nepalis captured by Chinese ComxQtmisf brces operating on the border of His statement corrected an earlier official announce ment that 15 had been killed and 12 captured in the dent last week at Rill Mustang lies in a valley of VIII northwest Nepal projecting 4 nto Is Compromise On Requests By EDWIN HAAK1N ON The government said the Chi nese fired without Home Minister Upadbaya told the lower house of Parliiament hat a strong protest baa been tied with signed treaty of friendship with Koir nvaijr ui uieuusiup wim j government in promise defense bill of just under 40 billion dollars today offered the Eisenhower administration most of its major military plus some 650 million it A SenateHouse conference com compromising differences jetween the two gave the ill its final form late The House will take up the re vised measure Senate ac tion also is House spokesmen agreed to 293 million to build a new attack air craft carrier for the Navy 244 million to produce Bomarc anti aircraft missiles and 190 million to speed development of the Air Forces B70 jet aircraft weapons The House had voted these In exchange Senate negotiators accepted a slash of more than 40C million in military procuremen reduction the Senate hac The House said this 3 per cent acrosstheboard cut was needed to improve military con tracting and carve out Clerks worked late computing these reductions in scores of sep arate items for aircraft submarines and the vast new Pentagon shopping They expected to have de tails ready for filing in the House sometime President Eisenhower had askec a military outlay of about 39 13 billion for the fiscal year that be See DEFENSE on Pare Five Referring to the latest message from Mustang he said Only a Nepali checkpost was killed by Chinese ballets and 15 Nepali nationals were IN CEREMONIES HERE Ten New Appeal Court Judges to Take Office Ten elected to fill new one to inaugurate the judgeships on the Louisiana Courts new Third which be of will be sworn In Frling added to the states appellate day morning in formal ceremonies court and the other to in Lake The ten new judges arc First Robert Jones of Paul Lan dry of Port Allen and Cald well Herget of Baton Second James Bolin of Third Cleve land Fruge of Ville Culpepper of and John Hood Jr and Preston both of Lake Fourth Louis Yarrut of New Orleans and Julian Samuel of The induction of the Judges will be followed by two other brief dedicate the building which will house the new circuits courtroom and The triple event will begin at 10 in the new an annex to the Calcasieu parish It will be sponsored jointly by the Judicial council of lc SALE ON WOMENS CHILDRENS See Ad on Page 17 SHOES SWIFT POLL PARROT SHOE STORE Grelnwlch Shopping City CAMP LITTLE BEAVER A Day Camp for Boys 612 Final July 5July 22 Call HE 85441 liE 64904 TRADEIN SALE TJuiredty ts Friday Imported values to Bedroom Suites Living room Bedroom Suites Chairs Nothing uioutb SUBURBAN FURNITURE 9403 Ryan HI JSW1 VIVIANS and Cash SALE Hats Rack of Skirts and Blouses Girdles and Bras price Off On Robes Slips Gowns Sportswear and Bathing Suits 92 2290 Hyan UK 88697 PRICE SALE Entire Spring and Summer Stock all Bathing 1 Rack of Dresses and Only SLOANS Style Shop 820 Ryan HE 98825 GEORGE THERIOTS FEED STORES and Wheat 100 White Clipped 100 Steel Cut 100 Purina Pig 100 We Will Be Closed July 4th HOT WEATHER SPECIAL For wash and wear use our pro fessional Suits men or ladles cleaned and 50c On economy service by requett Free pickup delivery HE 95755 Lake Side Laundry ONE HOUR MARTINIZING DRY CLEANING SALE June 30th Any Sweaters or Plain SlUrU Koirala was interviewed after lhe announcement of the Last August the Chinese cap ured a checkpost In the Indian Northeast Frontier kill Ing three The Reds claimed the post was in In October an Indian patrol was ambushed inside territory claimed by But Hed China said the patrol invaded Tibetan territory and One report several m said Chinese troops had ed the Mustang area and tried to collect taxes from peas Mustang was a pendent feudal holding a loose tie to The Nepal government nounced Tuesday night it had re ceived a note from Peiping ting the first time the renewal of rebellion in Tibet The note said It had been necessary to send troops into the tone along the TibetanNepalese border which a temporary border See NEPAL on an Vote Held On Union at Paper Mill ELIZABETH Workers at the Calcasieu Paper company and Southern Maid Paper com pany at Elizabeth are voting by secret ballot today on whether to bo represented by a ac cording to Lawton person nel director of the two The voting which began Tues Ford will end at today and the outcome will then be The plants have been without union representation since when a similar attempt failed A union was formed at that but contract negotiations were un 3 for FOUR 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