Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 10
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, May 31, 1964
Page 10
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AT SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1&4, luka Chyles _ Amman tug WHITS Cub Pack Holds Varied Program A varied program that included the presentation of advancement awards, a special graduation ceremony, and a Pinewood Derby trial run was featured at the monthly meeting of Cub Pack 133 at Forrest K. White School. Advancement awards p r e- senled at the meeting include Wolf badges presented to John Skelton, Lloyd Wildblood, Tommy Sheppard. and Forrest Branton: Bealr badge to Richard Brittain; and a Lion badge to Mike Dowden. Gold Arrow points went to Steve Vfhile, Douglas McCain. Duffy Hobbs. John Paul and Forrest Branton. Silver Arrow points Went to Douglas McCain. Duffy Hobbs, Charles Page, and Michael Royer. Cubmasler Ogden Leger presented Denner stripes to Duffy Hobbs and Richard Britfain, and Assistant Denner stripes to Kenneth Greene. Special graduation ceremonies were held for David McCain and DarreH Royer. They graduated from Webelos to Scout Troop 133. Don Leger was judged overall winner in special trial run races for the Pinewood Derby for model cars and was presented a Cub scout ring. Douglas McCain came out in second place. David R. Porterfield was introduced into the pack in a Bobcat induction ceremony. i Mrs. Jack Porterfield was introduced as the den mother i coordinator for the. coming year. Summer Classes Set by Local T The Lake Charles Young Men's Christian Association will start its full scale summer pro- prams Monday, according to Charles L. PJoegsma, general secretary. Pre-class registration for scheduled programs has been excellent, Ploegsma said. The free swimming classes f o r youths are completely filled for the summer, and the youth learn-lo-swim classes for the first two weeks are also filled, he said. A second group of swimming classes for youths six years and over that are not filled to date begins June 15. Parents are urged to enroll their children in beginning and advance swimming classes as soon as possible, said Ploegs- ma. The YMCA offers six swim- ming classes for youth each day. Classes are scheduled for a period of two weeks per class. The YMCA general secretary said that classes are also offered for men and women in learn-lo-swim, life saving, scuba diving, and recreational swimming categories. Family swims will be held each night and on Saturday afternoons throughout the summer, Ploegsma said. Persons interested in information concerning any phase of the YMCA's summer programs are asked to call HE 6-7593. NEW EAGLE SCOUT—Lawrence "Butch" Langslon, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Langslon of 3001 Louisiana Ave., shows his new Eagle Scout award to his parents. He is a member of Troop 26, sponsored by University Meihodlsl Church, and has been promoted to the ninth grade at LaGrange Junior High School. Course in Driver Education Set for Teachers at MSC Lakeside Scout Members Hold Court of Honor The Lakeside Court of Honor was held this week in the Calcasieu Parish Courthouse for six Boy Scout troops and Explorer Post 22. Lawrence Lartgston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Langston of 3001 Louisiana St., a member of Troop 26, received the Eagle award. Other awards were presented to the following: Second Class: Norma Lee, Troop 12, Wayne A. Manuel and Wayne Ellis Robertson, Troop 20, Randy Skelton, Troop 133, atid Mark Tallman of Troop 204. First Class: Brian Hunter and David Powell, Troop 5, Robert Ewing Troop 12, and Tallman. Merit Badges: Bill P a t i n, Troop 5, Citizenship in the Home and Nation, Daniel Howard, Clifton Shephard, and Max Smith, Troop 109, Camping and Cooking. Life: Patin; Bronze Palm: Henry Liles and Ronnie Sand ers. Post 22, and Gold Palm: Danny Didelot of Post 22. STUDENTS PLAY HARP N COCKTAIL LOUHGi ROCHESTER, N, Y. (AP) — The angelic music that poured from a cocktail lounge for seven weeks came from the harps of two girl students partially working their way through the Eastman School of Music. The bartender reported audience reaction was "mostly favorable." Suzanne Thomas, 20-year old junior from Allentown, Pa., and Mary A Hongen, a graduate student from Kokomo, Ind., split about $177 a week. The customers' requests ranged from Claude Debussy to Hoagy Carmichael. Other students earn money by singing or playing at weddings, churches, colleges and high schools, in string ensembles or jazz combos. "We are not opposed to jazz," says Flora Burton, dean of students, "but we want our students to be good musicians first of all. Even the Beatles would be better Beatles if they were good musicians." Two Local Cadets Are Oklahoma Unit Arrives at Polk For Training FT. POLK (Spl.) - The 4003rd U.S. Army Garrison; Army Reserve, from Oklahoma City, Okla., has returned for its second consecutive two weeks summer training. Members of the 4003rd come from 31 towns in Oklahoma and one town in Arkansas. While at Ft. Polk, the unit will Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. High- train to provide administrative i tower, was commissioned in and logistical support to a divi- j the Adjutant General Corps. He sion or larger unit, according j was awarded a bachelor of to the announcement. ' arts degree in history. BATON ROUGE (Spl.) - Two students from Lake Charles are among the cadets who have received commissions as second lieutenants in the U. S. Army at Louisiana State University commissioning ceremonies. George G. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cook, has been commissioned in the Corps of Engineers. He received a bachelor of science degree in agriculture. William H. Hightower, son of Dr. Hans H. Leis, head of the department of health and physical education at McNeese State College, says a driver education course for in-service teachers will be offered at the college this summer. The course will be taught by Miriam Callender, associate professor of health and phy sical education, and features use of a driver simulator unit. The unit will be used in conjunction with classwork in t h e driver education course. Dr. Leis says the Stale Board of Education has placed several units throughout the state. They are generally located at high An estimated five million Peruvian Indians speak only Que- chua. schools for the training of high school students. He says the McNccse unit will be used in a course directed toward in-service teachers and undergraduate students w h o wish to meet certification requirements for teaching driver education. * The simulator unit is housed in a spacious air • conditioned trailer adjacent to the women's physical education building. A number of individual driver stations are located in the interior of the van, each constructed like the interior of an automobile. Road driving conditions of all types will be simulated by the use of projected film and electronic driving equipment. The new course is numbered H&PE 382. i Dr. Leis says that up to 201 students may enroll in the course. He adds that the class will probably not be offered at McNeese again until next summer. Registration for the McNeese summer session begins on Monday, June 8. Classwork is sched- East Berliner Flees to West BERLIN (AP) - Althougl Red guards fired three machine gun bursts, an East German es caped into West Berlin during the night, West police reported The 23-year-old East Berline was uninjured. He crawlei through the barbed wire on Ih uled to start June 10 and ex-: northern border of the Frencl tends through Aug. 3. i sector. I I I I I I I I I I WANTED! MEN-WOMEN NAME Clly i i i i i i i from oges 18. to 52. Prepare now (or U. S. 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