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Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - December 11, 1962, Ruston, Louisiana Lighting Contest To Begin Receiving Entries The onnual Christmas Home Lighting sponsored jointly by the Ruston Chamber of Commerce and the Ruston Daily will begin receiving entries tomorrow in the competition for in cash Deadline for entries irf ho an nua conest s 5 December it was In ordei to a person need onlv cal1 tne Chamber of Com meree AL to his home in competition in the three This years iuThliriK contest is set up in the same format as hist WASHINGTON UPI The years with in leading congressional critic of classes and C as listed lo forelgn Mid today scoffed at Pres low ident Kennedys newly ordered re First second and third prizes View of the of and Otto wi be awarded in the iollnwin chairman the House subcom lhrco mittee hut handles foreign aid up was not impressed CLASS A Prettiest with the interpreted as an ily Leader AU 66 Follow Lender Issue RUSTON LOUISIANA DECEMBER 1962 5 oviet Troops In Cuba CLASS B Prettiest Inside Ee corution Visible From CLASS C Most Originvil Deco Tne contest is open to any whilo person in The same cnliy cannot be listed in more than one Be sure to tell which category you wish to Homes will bo 1 eeembtv afler by a panel oi jud whose identity is kept a se effort to strengthen the adminis trations hand when it soes be fore Congress next year to argue for They have taken a hard look every year since it Passman and thats 16 years Passman told UPI that similar studies have been made in the past under the Eisen hower and Kennedy administra but the cost still goes tip up Kennedy named a bi partisan committee to immedi ately review the aid program to whether it contributes materially to the security of the United To head the nongovernmental the President chose Lucius who served recently as his representative in West Ber John Sherman R who recently urged creation of a highlevel committee to make a countrybycountry review of the nxPlosiof soil live days ago were found Jeatl Monday Death Count Complete In Mine Disaster By LAWRElOfE WERNKB United Press International The last of 37 miners trapped by PERSONEL of the Bank o Choudrant are pictured here in the Banks modern Left to right are President Grady vice president and cashier assistant cashier staff members Malcolm Vininy Carl LrndoPhoio praised the Presi Shortly before last an announcement was made at the head ot the Frosty Mine shall oi giant Robeira 3 mine that 11 more bodies huCi aid dents A former ambassador to Cooper told a reporter he believed the Presidents action will take some of the steam out of congressional criticism of the aid program because the new The death count was committee consists of men of all 37 were killed by the great experience and First then then seven Besides members are then the bodies were former secretary of found by rescue teams which had defense George president battled since last Thursday alter 6t the AFLCIO Edward Manoon when word was flashed that professor of economics at an explosion bad occurred 680 Harvard Eugene outgoing teet beneath the earths of ttie World Thegrief stricken who Robert former secliad a lons V1C silcnl retary of the Treasury Mc of presi dent of Continental Oil Herthe deep man Phleger of San former to the De partment of and Clifford the Univers ity of Bank Of C Century filed out of the small depressing waiting room near the mouth of WASHINGTON UPI I milcsloivg Frosty Run management won shaft upon learning that none of round Monday in its effort to el the miners had been found iminate jobs its says are no long There were few but the wan and forlorn faces told of their KHlccitK Prayerful Orilenl Thc Now York Centra the nations second and the Order of Railroad Teleg Their silent grief reflected a raphers ORTi reached agive prayerful ordeal undertaken in nn nient in their five year old job Fifty years the Bonk of Ch for busi ness with a capital structure oi SI and deposits of 50 veers tie smull roirimunity bank h siil serving a Uo nvci in Linron iJVin Jockson and Ouachita parishes with total resources of mil Thc Bank of un seen in traveling to all except vlio ur T iff the main rind Iriv fhrounh th ea t MO parish viUioe of 500 reflects the history of ibcii mity in Tl started in as a farmers Sail1 then lighting for its life durin stark depression the shift from a row crop economy and a resulting decline in ihe ru Kail ral population I he Bank il would seem that its days ol ervice ould he number by to serve its area il has giown lo Ihe Railroad Wins Round in Job Security Dispute Funtis Provided For Of Parish Library JACK Bank of second recalled early ddys of s operation in Leader Photo Davis Recalls Days As Cashier Of Choudrant Bank neat and tidy solution to rem After pausing to kindle a flickering match and assess a issues in the crigfs wisp of aromatic blue pipe Jack Chou drant Route tells an interesting and human story about his period as cashier of the Bank of now retired to Bitter Cold By DONOLD MAY United Press International ing succeeded in getting Soviet bombers and offensive missiles out of the United States is raising the issue of the con tinued presence of Sdvitf troops Secretary of State Dean tnld a news conference Moniiajr the American hemisphere could not accept as a normal situation any Soviet military presence Rusk said there were thousand Soviet military nel in Cuba and some of thVQV are organized in what appearttT be Soviet combat Modest In SUe These he wtre modest in size but wfciU armed and their Cuba is of very great cdocfeo to us and something will fel low very Soviet Premier Nikitt chev told President Kennedy in i letter in late that Rus sian troops sent to Cuba to guArtiU missiles and bombers would in time be returned to Rusk told newsmen some Sovift military personnel have ing Other administration Of asked about the outflow had been slight Rusk also cautioned might be impossible to attain YoliS in ed bind ID i in Wave Knifes Into Dixie Uail aaother llii his comfortable country home at old DArbanne Post just inside the Union Parish off Highway served as the Banks second dur ing the proWorld War I days frcm 1915 to It was the imp of widespread farming in North and then as ny United International world conditions made The seasons first cold themselves felt in the personal knifed deep into Dixie lives of rural people of the bringing Closing a cloth sack of Country Gentleman tobacco with its yel low Davis recalls thai be came to the Bank from lollowing the first No Formal Conclusion He appeared pessimistic on possibility that United Natiom ver ification of the removal ofSoviet weapons could be worked Though Rusk would not it has been that President Kennedy writt feel bound TO make any formal pledge against an iny of Kennedy has said that no such invasion waspli Rusk said it might be tha would be no formal wave to the crisis but only an of and Soviet statement heavy frost to Florida which each side would say truil and vegetablegrowing areas it stands and what its and dumping snow over Tennes tions North Carolina and A hard Ireive was lorocast for tonight for most of the Southern as cold Canadian air swept Ti ale es nam in from the COIYlfftllllllSt uncomfortable corrugated iron security dispute after two months esi love in its Party Goes On Trial Today building nestled in the snowcov of steady with lodemi ered hills of southwestern Penn mediator lrancis Tho railroad will have ho right Despite the the evidence rescue againsl teams to lay off on day notice1 worked determinedly in the inin UPI After ers tradition of never giving up years of legal the hope until the last missing man Communist party to trial today for is fefying an order to register as an Only the grim task of recove jtaent of the Soviet ing tho last bodies and identiiy the case wasBrought under the ing them Identification 1850 Control was difficult because of the con Both sides thy of the report ready for the trial when Dave a Suvi the case is called in federal dis and Greene trict County Coroner Frank Bolnn The case cabled at said their findings showed the cause of death of the men whose the heard a party was indicted a year ago on 12 counts of failing to register with the attorney general alter the Subtwo men versive Activities Control Board ttrgm Tedious SACB and the Supreme Court In a matter of hours after the found it to be a Communistaction rescue teams entered conthe gasfilled shaft to begin I be long tedious search for thr As a criminal itY will be bodies were brought to the sur lor a ruU heard a The nartv face was the tremendous force be eliminated without of the Death was the organization dominated and trolled by If the party faces a penalty of fine on each of jthe 12 Payment of the would not clear the party of future profcecution be cause it is subject to penalty for every day that it does not No party officers or members fire required to be in court for the General Secretary Gas Hall ami National Secretary Ben jamin Davis both have been in dicted for failure to register but a trial date for them has not been The Justice Department and the SACB are proceeding against 4 other party members to re quire Joseph attorney for the said he would base his de tense on constitutional questions which have not bten before the Supreme Any conviction is expected to result in No person can be sent to juil as u result ol a conviction of tho but the government could movt to confiscate the partys property tor nonpayment of See DEATH Page 4 subject to substantial 1resident Leighty and NYC Vice President Fee said in announcing Hie agreement that il follows closely the settle ment reached under arbitration in September between the OUT anil ihe Chicago Mail The GUT has now reached agreement with three railroads but still has to settle with 21 others regarding its IHfiS requesi in which no job would union ap But it was clear that the and reached after a 30 day stiike had ben es tablished as a pa item tor lutuie The agreement also is within the framework of a presidential emergency hoards recommenda tion made on 30 past IT Howard who the hank llnough llv years of de credits the present strength ol hank o coilserva live and the com ing nl ml and er and oincr agriculture in ihe Bank Cioiidranl for business on embT alter beiir m i1 by Rush Wnnheriy ed ill bi p ilii I d the liases ol ihe banks rei Ibis n i illen imony ihe names eominumiv who firs operated the Among the men w e are prominent in ihe rly iein utes ot the Bank are Son BANK Page 41 lor parish in hi lue stales library the lihraiA i nper I is lor one Iho ile Library idinv ihe sala nl the Ihe Iliuipmelll The 1olue Jury wilh minor approval ol the li eijuipmenl and bucks i booKMiobiles remain in r parish mi indcliinlc ration library cashier by the banks oigani Zero or beliM temperatures Under resigned ami were in store lor Hie mountain ilcmonsiraiion returned to where he was areas of North Carolina in tin insurance At this peiiod in cm Up lo six inches of snow lay ton was the main cash The mi Ihe ground in sections of East outbreak ot World Aai 1 in Fu Tennessee around Crossville and had disrupted the Three inches were re overseas cotton and a ported in Ihe North Carolina panic was mountain cities of Asheville and Cotton buying in ihe community But me and was still snowing was at a low and Davis ibeie at recalls thai when he arrive1 Four inches of snow were re Ihe scene at the it had ported in and rec Rusk held his news conference shortly before leaving for Paris to attend the annual winter isterial meeting of the North At lantic Treaty mly l I is ill fulh jiarish to The rnajer meichants huyiiiii le bbrars local cotloii in Choiiilraiit at that lime nialiiii one ol and ill slale Vi Alter i lo oilei pul in libiary seixpanic when cotloii buyers rural mil ihe local bank loilld gel limited credits Iroiu iheir Ibe market and Hie banks cash rose li near Dm this lime Ihe Bank ord low temperatures were fore cast for ihe Old Dominion A low ot 111 degrees was predicted lor win h would be degrees below th1 record set in Norfolk expected an alllime low of Starting Leader feature holiday Sfpd your ol ihe Reil River Par ti Board are Mais ii pioidenl Purler I IJinice i i I e and Bierden Jr i i e y Lincoln Parish meet lib a similar in Mas said Iobei I a piesidcnl ol Lincoln h Library rarely look a mort d as Ibe people in the com here weuiil any You couldnt gel to Rtistun and back in a ModelT Fort without push and ana buygies were See DAVIS Page 4 WEATHER Parish Poultry Provide iilion Business SI 32 19 SHOWING A WINNING Bob president ot Ihe Louiiiono Bioiler seated on the indicates Ihe combination which has established poultry growing as the largest agricultural business in Lincoln Sealed on the right is contract grower io the Douglas commun Standing from left to right arc county und Harry poultry specialist from tho LSU Agricultural Extension Ser Thc winning poultry combination It it pres und The pi illlry ine ides T i iiliural inconi1 in Parish than any other single I i e o This and other i were di i I t Ilie I II I1 1 pollll ry ilin el I pecialit the LSI Amiculmral IAieu and I I oln Parish ouniy A 1 he annual ai icillural incoiie in I In Pal ib i about v linl Ol Si ri li r de1 ed I om ib de c i i oiloi I eiii pi imaiy ai iculiural in i ni1 pi u i pi O heel and peacb s coiuily In Ihe i uca suriotiiul iir1 1 1 I ille Ona auci Luiculn ctbual bioilers are an For the pniducliin of these broil is paid lo 173 ditfei ent cnnliJcl growers in ihe George Wesson joins in one heroes at the A snow storm club He bagged his on backed up by a zero cold wave ald No8 and has dosed sihools and blocked travel sel ancl Travis Melton to thnnigh the Fast and for nis unusual upper tier of Southern The snowbound city of South Be sure enter where drifts mounted Wghting judging eight feel was under a state Place on me Xtil of ot emergency lor the second straight Hundreds of motor ists the night in restaurants or joined a milelung convoy of tra snow in New York as battered by Temperatures iiHluded 17 below at iti below at bold and Inter national and a rec ord breaking one below at Chi Subfreezing cold covem all of Florida except ihe Miami Brighten up your getting one of Sam The Lions Club did it wonderful banquet given in of their Ladies and the and their Four proud Irby as the Most Eddie Taylor as the improved piayeTi roll Cathy and the Best DtfeqMff vacationers shiveivd in 29degree Plaver wealheraud frost threatened the slates rich winter vegetable pax roll lor employees with in production phase of poultry iiisiana I li oiler is bruiiin me con toial payroll lo neaily 1 r llai rs each year iiumni The ol the poulny m Lincoln Parish has been almost In one million I oilers were i in Ihe lit1 t i 1 years mo proiludioii ol m Lincoln Parish has iiu reasetl lo aboiu e limber and million The reason lor ihe in the poultry business in lbs parish is thai the average larm er here owns relatively lew ami poultry Drawing mav be iUne MII a volume basis j iSee PARISH Poac 4 least 86 deaths had been blamed on the prewinter succes sion of They included 21 each in both Ohio and Michigan U in New 7 in New York ti each in Kentucky and in 4 in H each in Teniii Vir ginia and in Damage to Floridas citrus crop did not appear to be expei u The temperature dropped as as 2in some areas around Orlandu m i eiiiral Florida Noiih Alabama as liraced tor a preiUv ted low of 8 A low ot 11 torecast for South Tennessee North Carolina and warned to expect a LarU Junior High will bo open Friday night from 7 to 9 7th and St
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