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   Lake Charles American Press (Newspaper) - June 30, 1960, Lake Charles, Louisiana                                Editorial Womens Page features Lake Charles ftJtitt Press Psrtly efoady mi IM mtm wnn fsofjRefl AfUTWJufl s MMnnEa to rTriXJtlitft WXAlMftty WHttt LAKE JUNE 1WO Committee OKs BHIBarrinq Strikebreakers BATON ROUGE House bill aimed at importation of strike breakers Into backed by Louisiana labor gained 61 Senate committee The sent to the Senate floor prohibits any person or firm not involved in strikes or lockouts from importing outof Hate workers to take the place of The committee adopted without objection amendments exempting agricultural labor and primary processors of raw agricultural A rejected set of amendments offered by Rogers of Grand Cane would have applied similar prohibitions against any other than the local directly involved in a strike from bringing in outofstate A second set of which had the support of the Lou isiana Daily Newspaper Publish ers proposed that provi sions of the bill not apply unless the strike were approved by a majority of the striking These amendments also proposed that the bill should not prohibit a bona fide labor union from recruit ing or hiring any persons it needs to permit it to comply with an existing These provisions were rejected Victor Bussie and Gordon Flory of AFLCIO spoke in support of the Flory told the committee that the bill was designed to keep professional strikebreakers from being import ed into the Michael OKeefe of New Orleans Do unions ever bring in pickets from outside the state Flory said international representatives may be brought in for negotiations and picket line but not mass A second set of amendments received support from James Sasser of Baton who rep See STRIKE on Page Three Car Local Rice Mill Dies Carl Louis a resident of Lake Charles for the past 50 died at Memorial hospital at following a short A resident of 1805 lie was the manager of Farmers Rice Milling company and had held that position since he came to Lake Charles from Houston in He was a veteran of the Spanish American War and a member the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign A 32nd degree he was a member of Moriah Masonic lodge of New Orleans afld the Lake Charles and also the El Ka rubah Shrine He was also a member of the Bcllvue Chamber of Funeral services will be held at the First Presbyterian church at 4 Friday with Ward law Burial will be in Prien Memorial Park The remains will lie in state at Burke Hammer funeral home un til 3 Friday when they will be taken to the He is survived by his the former Cornelia Sedlock two Carl of Lake Charles and Frederick Himel of two Leo Kaougli of Lake Charles and Harry Foster of and 11 32 PAGES READY FOR FISHING RODEO Of ficials of the annual Deep Sea and Inland Fishing and last years show some of the prizes to be awarded to success ful fishermen in this weekends rodeo off They are from left Bill Wat rodeo association board member Jerry 1959 Queen and Hudson Prizes include outboard fishing silver and other The top fishing prize is a Savings given each year to the sportsman who compiles the most AmeHrim Press Staff Ihoto by Robert Houston Good Good Fishing Spark Interest in Contest By RED KOHNKE One of the most colofful outdoor events in the annual Deep Sea and Inland i Fishing gets underway at 5 Saturday with the fishing fleet headquartered in the town of A check of local as sportsmen prepare for UKJ three days of deep sea and Inland fish Ing shows unusually high interest indicating possibly one of the best rodeos ever held by the sponsoring Southwest Loui siana Fishing Interest in the annual event has been sparked by reports of large schools of a top game being sighted off the Cameron The tarpon generally is the Johnson Backers Hope Truman Changes Mind Cuban Electric Seizure Seems Likely Dimmed Lights Are Blamed in Traffic Death By BILL MERTENA Legislature Is Pushing Toward Holiday Windup Cabinet Switch Indicates New Castro Moves HAVANA AP Fidel A street pedestrian last1 ROUGE AP The administrations voter Castros regime early today night became Cslcasieu parishs quallflcations bltl and another twodozen segregation Replaced its communications 15th traffic fatality of the year and i measures are the order of the day in the Senate today asminister in a move apparent the fifth in the past 12 lawmakers drive hard to finish major ly signaling further harass ment and possibly seizure of the Cuban Electric the The accident victim was Rufus of 723 Williams lawmakers drive hard to finish major By putting in a long days leaders of the i j i t uicnersE 15 NANCYS Cloniiince of All Summer Merchiin uporls wear cnKlume Jewelry 1 group tmd 1 sroiip skirts and Casli No nefuml 1107 HE 7OUS1 Editors Note Drawing on his background and contacts as head of The Associated Press House staff and a veteran reporter ofj political conventions and elections William Arbogast here reports both the news and the informed speculation growing out of Harry Trumans announcement he will not attend his partys nom inating By WILLIAM ARBOGAST WASHINGTON AP Sup porters of Lyndon Johnson hoped today Harry Truman would change his mind about boy cotting the Democratic National Convention and would publicly announce his support of the They were known to be trying to persuade the former president to reconsider his an nounced to withdraw as a convention delegate from Missouri and to stay away from the Los Angeles Truman himself gave no imme diate Stuart Symington of who has had Trumans active in sisted Truman still is backing him and he is running hard as a But supporters of John Kennedy of Massachusetts read into Trumans announcement a possible collapse of Symingtons candidacy and a big boost for their hopes of a firstballot nom ination fpr Short of a clarification qf his i Summer Clearance 05 A I V I ft o f p Cj DII ill Spurts Stvim flags anrl Straw FRENCH STYLE SHOP 931 Alamo lit 37118 MILLIES CHILDRENS SHOP SALE Ail Spring Summer Stock 1803 HE 68762 SfKCiAL J00 Wool Carpel peraianleiily moth pjnofca Ui 10 lovely installed over lifetime price yd ONLY Carpet cleaning special continued Sv per CHRISTIAN CABlKT Common GR motives by Truman himself at a news conference he has called for Saturday in See JOHNSON on Page Three Democrat Has Slim Lead in North Dakota AP Demo cratic Quentin Burdick hung on to his lead today with only a few precincts remaining to be counted in the special North Da kota senatorial With just 10 precincts still virtually all of them in sparsely populated western Burdick held a 762vote lead over Repub lican John who led for nearly 24 hours in the vote With of precincts counted the unofficial total showed Burdick with and Davis But the not matter how it turned out in the unofficial appeared almost cer tain to wind up with the state canvassing board for a It was an election scrutinized closely by both parties as a pos See BUiiPiCK on f Three coveted fish to catch in the rodeo and the schools this year are re ported to be larger than Most other species of game fish eligible in the contest have been boated by sportsmen in recent on outings in the Gulf of Cobia ling fishing is holding up better than In past and tht Spanish and king mackerel have been hitting One fisherman hooked a big sail fish about a week ago but lost This bumper crop of fish off shore and the weathermans pre diction of fair skies and calm seas could mean a record attendance and some new fishing club rec An added feature this year is formation of a Tarpon to recognize those sportsmen hooking and landing top game This those who boat a tarpon or will be awarded a special tophy and membership in the new on the brakes couldnt avoid she told the The quick of her but hitting the days one week from and traditionally q u i 11 ing time is in the early minutes of the final Speedy chief counsel for the Joint Legisknown lative Committee on asked that the segregation bills be put on the special treatment Davis administration hoped to clear the enough to take off until next The 60day session ends after the fourth of July holt day at Lake Charles Memorial hospital where he was taken after the accident which occurred at about Dickerson was struck by a car as he walked in the 2400 block of Moeling street about a quarter mile west of High way Driver of the car was Lois of 5711 East Broad Austin trailer the investigating officers Dickerson was walking east in the middle of the street in the same direction the car was trav troopers There are no sidewalks on Moeling street in that which is outside city State Police Trooper Ber trand who investigated the acci dent quoted Kimes as say ing that she had just met another car with her lights on dim and didnt see Dickerson until he put her lights back on She put air largest remaining American investment in Calcasieu Work ncluded in Committee OK WASHINGTON Senate House Conference Committee yes terday agreed to a compromise bill that would authorize future construction of water projects which if approved would With a marathon cabinet session still in progress after 13 President Osvaldo borticos an nounced the resignation of Com munications Minister fcnrtque oi tuski and his replacement by Raul Curbelo a virtual committee and Oltuski at a news conference two weeks ago accused the trie comes under his ministrys sab otaging life revolution because it suKicgauun commmee ana the administration have thrown refused to carry out an expansion tholr wpitfhf hehinit program after the Castro eovern behind the with a total cost of about 1V4 bil lion The bill o tighten voter fications is a constitutional pro which if approved would be taken to the voters next The core of the bill is moral compromise bill includes and character qualifications set the for deepening the Calcasieu ship channel from 36 feet to 40 In separate tie Senate appropriations commit tee reported the fiscal 1961 public works appropriation bill including for Calcasieu river and pass contingent upon presidential approval of the au thorization up for voter It is aimed at troublemakers and peo ple who have a way of getting tangled with the A companion measure would change voter qualification forms to comply with the consti tutional A criticism of the two measures dished out in committee was that j program after the Castro govern ment cut its rates a But informed sources sajd the regime felt Oltuski had not been aggres sive enough in his application of revolutionary Valued at 300 million the electric company is half owned by the American and For eign Power Oltustds replacement also could be a preliminary to formal con fiscation of the 125milliondollar Cuban Telephone In which the International Telephone and Telegraph owns 65 per cent of the But Castro represen broking of the car threw her small Projects contained in the conIn P committee wi son to the floor of the but he prSbilMn ArkansaLouis Gy takejcare of promisei DMI in Louisihaw violations made by rural folk See DEATH on Paw ana and Mississippi are lbut ignored Arkansas McK i n n e y Bayou Maniece Bayou Ouachita and Black rivers Village Creek White River Basin bank protection at Garland City Louisiana Bayou Lafourclie and Lafourclfe Jump Bayou Petit Tigre and Carlin 000 Calcasieu River and Pass East Point levee WASHINGTON Sen000 Freshwater Bayou Republicans in House Oppose Recess Plans Charles New had tlrat gripe igainst the which exclude persons who are convicted of traffic and game law Deichmann said white people of See WINDUP on Page Three tatives have been in complete control of the telephone company since March and the last executive was ousted last Retaliating for the pending congressional bill to trim quota of sugar sales to the United the Castro regime stepped up its campaign against American investments by taking over all See SFJ2UEE on Page Three I ate voted today to adjourn Con gress Saturday for the political conventions and return to work The 6326 vote backed up the j proposal by Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson of TJJPs Also added this year is a third place for inland The added i sent the ouestion onto Che inland prizes were rodeo officials because of the See RODEO on Page Three Cable Break Knocks Out Prien Phones Telephone service in the Prien Lake area was disrupted shortly before noon today when an earth moving machine at the site of the new Contraband bayou bridge ripped out 100 feet of buried ca Dominick district manager of Southern Bell Tele phone said that service would not be fully restored until 9 or 10 oclock He said that at least 300 tele phones were put out of The break is at Holly Hill road where a machine broke the un derground cable and pulled o u t about JOO feet of Work is now underway on the bridge for Prien Lake road over the On that side of the Re publicans were in revolt against returning to session after the po litical Mississippi Biloxi Harbor 000 Pascagoula Harbor Mississippi River channel 000 Pearl River Louisiana Lake The bill merely authorizes the projects It does not provide mon ey to build Before a project may be built Congress must sub sequently vote President Eisenhower v e t o ed somewhat similar authorization Ready to Take Tougher Cuban Stand By LEWIS GULICK a larger degree of support than WASHINGTON AP autnorites figure would ba strategists were reported ready today to adopt a harder policy of t a i o T ouincnuat annual auuiui izmion But Speaker Sam Rayburn Dmeasures in 1958 and Alter Large Fryers 29c Roosters 33c Spare Ribs 29c Front Quarters 29c Cut Free Nice Shrimp 59c Fresh Water Catfish 59c Fresh Garfish 4 Open All Day July 4th Melvins Fisii Meat Market 2703 Kiikman UK 9gi31 NEW FURNITURE SLIGHTLY DAMAGED Eeasy Terms 2 Voum Living Room Foam Sofa BeU Koam Swivel 00 Komn Club Chair anil Otuman 3 foam Bed Utiom 8S5 GULF COAST FURNITURE so Next to Holiday Inn UK 83061 t Tex said the recess plan would be He said the House probably would vote on it Satur Meeting In a forenoon 125 GOP House members over whelmingly approved a stand of opposition to what their spokes Charles Hoeven of called the politically in spired JohnsonRayburn move to bring the Congress members back after the Johnson came back with a free swinging speech in the Senate of reply to all his He then asked the Senate to approve a formal resolution for adjournment of Congress this Saturday with re sumption of legislative work on Senate Republican Leader Ev erett Dirksen of Illinois an the 1958 congressional and administration leaders worked out a compromise bill acceptable Because of the eliminations agreed upon by the the measure now mav be more acl ceptable to the forthcoming from the other Latin American countries at this action against the Fidel Castro i One important factor is tha length to which the Communists They have become willin8 to fio to uphold their Caribbean that the United States has passed the point of no return in trying experts figure Castro could to settle disputes with the Cuban fall of hu own weight without out Prime Miniser through normal side If Moscow goes all out to support including sign ing a military these experts believe LatinAmerican opinion What nreclse action the United to the wnai precise atuon me united of supporting joint OAS ac will take depends on the j Diplomacy and soft or have bounced off him with no Among the projects eliminated and Groundwork fof a u One PIan under serious eonsid1 approach could craton is to cut down on the The Village project j sugar subsidies which Castro offi as Ctlf frnm nnn o laoecials snv nnclava Piihn anrl ncra was cut from to a less expensive alternate plan costing provision was made for a further study of the larger cials say enslave and use the money to pay claims of Amer icans whoseproperty has been seized by the Castro nounced his support for Johnsons As to the committee pro ivides that they shall remain In Boat Trailer For Sale Original Value 15 Fiberglass Hull ijcott gngioe Electric Starter Builtin Push Button Hadio 2 Boatijpover anU Water Skis Heavy Duty Trailer ttlsed oue Onlji Oji DUplay At SNOOPERS DEN 1QU EtttevpvUe HK TRAMPOLINES Americas fabulous new as seen in Ufe May 2 Cover and Pages Is toaUJng your way it can monthly profit to you on In Opan u jump center tiuy direct form Represesenta live llollls Jones will be In your provide yuii with Brochure ami Profit Statistics of established Trampoline TEXAS TRAMPOLINE Box phone 77737 KOHT TEXAS FREE A carton of 6 Cokes FREE when you purchase or more Friday and Saturday July 1st and 2nd ROLLERS SOUTHSIDE ESSO SERVJCENTER Next To Southgale Shopping Center Ryan ARNOLDS HOSPITAL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT George M Arnold 2603 Highway U Phone 35486 Residence HE 34443 WE WILL BE CLOSED THRU MONDAY 4th for Inventory SERVICE LUMBER 1518 H MOREAUS MEAT MARKET 803 East Prien Lake Road Corner of Klrkman Prien HE 63647 POUK CHOPS 58c Heavy Beef or Baby Beef HOUND STEAKS 89c Heavy Beef 7 STEAKS 69c Heavy Beef CHUCK ROAST 43c USfM GOOD BABY BEEF HIND QUARTER ftllo PORK LOINS 55c CUT WRAPPED VREE OPENING JULY 1 LURLS CERAMICS Ah1 S to 5 Monaay thru Saturday 3301 rear HE G3644 SIX 8 X 10 PORTRAITS Of Any One Age 1Montl to value rot Only White Only Sat U til 6 ALL STATES STUDIOS KBuiKiiiig House action was scheduled to There were six projects in on an administrationbacked bill wilich would give the Presi dent power to slash the Cuban sugar Over the longer au looked for possible action by the 21nation Organization of American States to curb But OAS action would require budget bureau objected because reports on them have not yet cleared Army Engineers and WOODYS DRIVE IN 3040 Ryan 4 BIG DAYS Thursday Thru Sunday Ham Sandwich I5c French Fried Potatoes I5c Cold Watermelon Sliced 20c DRINKS BEVERAGES Come as you eat In your car All orders terved out DE8BIES SEMIANNUAL SALE DRESSES OFF PLAY CLOTHES la OFF SWIM SUITS Vi OFF 1636 RYAN ELECT JAUBERT JUDGE SECTION B 13 Jaubert Political Ad TERRIFIC SAVINGS On All SUMMER SHOES Trim Tred Heels Trim Tred Casuals Smart Set Flats Backless 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