Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 12
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 12

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, May 31, 1964
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SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1964, Lake Charles American H DLGAS Maintenance VRKNON THEHIOT Completes Training WESLEY MAHCEAUX On Leave ERVICE Kcnriclh \V. Dugas, son of Mr. and Mb. Eli Dugas of Route 1, lo\v;|, has completed the first phase of his Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. Tex Mo da- burn reassigned to \marilllii Air Knivr Hasc. Tex.. !nr lurlhtT (echnkal training as .in ainlrafi maintenance special' 1^1 Yenion Thcriot. son of Mr. and Mi's. Simon Theriut Sr. ol l.iingvile. recently completed Army basic training at Ft Polk, lie )K|.S been assigned lo Ft. r.arsort. Colo. Wesley Mareeaus ,lr sun ul Wesley Marceaux Sr. anrl Mrs. Lessie Adams, holh ol Lake Charles, is preaonlly enjoying a leave at home with his parents a|id friends. He completed Navy basic training at (Ircai Lakes,, HI. Marceaux will report to the U.S. Naval base al Little Creek, Vji.. (jpon comfilction of lii.s leave. Claiitlc E. INliley. Army private, soli of Mr. and Mrs. Claude \. Mi|cy nf Vintun. recently part intuited in a one week prac- ( ice missile firm'; at McGregor (Itiidrd Missile KaiiRf in New Mexicn Patrick It. Power, sonarman ^eamail. L'SX. :nn ol Mr. ami Mrs. Kenuard (' Power ol fi!W Jefferson Drive. Lake Charles, is serving aboard the submarine L'$S Tim. operating out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Charles M. Moreuu. Army pn vale, tton of Mr and Mrs. W.; .1. Morgan of 1024 Pujo St., Lak.: • Charles, has completed an eight week personnel administration j specialist course under the res-1 erve enlistment program at Ft. i Polk. Luther II. Duett. Airman second class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Piiiil R Ductl ot 111 S. I3lh St., Oakdalc, lias urarluateil iroin the technical training course tor Air Force rcfrifjerution specialists at Shcppard Air Force Base, Tex Hnicc VY. Hay. son of Mr. and Mrs Ilenrv Hay ol 1412 Ryan St . Lake Charles, recently completed basic training at the Naval Training C e n t e r. San Diego. Calif, William M. Ory, Army priv- . ale. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. .). Ory of 525 Morningsidc Drive. Lake Charles, has completed advanced training as an artillery surveyor at the Army Artillery and Missile Center. Ft. Sill. Okla. Robert K. Kigerl, Airman firsl class, husband of the former .Joan 13. Bourque of 2419 llth Si., Lake Charl'.'s, has graduated from the Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Preparatory school al Blytheville Air Force Base. Ark Kigerl is the son ul Mr. and , Mrs. Fred F. Kigi-rl of Forest < Cil>. P; Glen Casidine, and parents, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur J. Richert live at 530 E. Academy Ave., Jennings, recently comple^'d a four week wheeled vehicle maintenance course at the Army school in Murnau. Germany. Stanley II. Allen. cn»ineman third class. USN. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Allen ul 2(iOt Enterprise Blvd.. Lake Charles, is serving aboaH the technical research ship L'SS Georgetown operating in the Caribbean. Kecd. U. S Coast Guard seaman, son of Thomas' Reed Jr. of Oberlin, is serving ! on the staff at the Coast Guard receiving center al Cape May, N. J. Charles II. Kichert, Army private first class, whose wife, 15 Enlistments Named by Army men have recently en- lislcd or re-enlisted in (lie reg- i;lnr /Vim. according to Lake CharlcR recruiters Stalf Sgt Ivfi Russell R. Miller and Staff SUM E'G Dead Whitaker The men enlisting in the regular Army, next of kin and as- vL;nnK|nls are Lakci Charles. Mdvin V Augustus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Augustus, medical care and treatment. Charles Page, son of I. Page, medical supply .specialist course at the Medical Field Service School, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Charles attended McNeiise State College for three .-emestprs. Jennings: Larry Deshotel, son t.f Mr, and Mrs". Wilmer Deshotel, automotive maintenance. Robert G Miller, son of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Miller, field ar- iillcry weapons. Larry J. Chais-;on, sqn of Mr. and" Mrs. Clifford .1 Chaisson, light weapons- infantry The three men had at- ti'iicU'(l'.k'iiniiyjs High School Di-Qumn William C'. Flower, "oi Dull St . I' S Army admin- i trauqn school Kiealed at the .\il)uta|ii General's School. In- itianapulis, Ind. William is a vradumtc of DeQuincy High School and attended two years at MeNeese State College. Robtirt \V. Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James I). Jordan Sr.. paratHxiper school located al Fort penning. Ga. Hubert alsu atti'ii(t(fd OeQuincy High School. Oberlin Bobby R. Ardoin. son of Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Ardoin, regular Army, unassigned. The men re-enlisting for three or more years in the regular Arnu, next of kin and assign- inents are: Lake Charles Joseph Andre- ponl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Andreponl. army administration. Asa P. Gary Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Asa P. Gary Sr.. loocl service Kdward Grift in, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Griffin Jr., ! army administration. Amos W. ' llufstedler, 2418 12th St., engineer construction equipment operation and maintenance. Buster Jones, whose wife Margaret Ann now resides in Newllano, regular army, unassigned. Leesville- Mitchell R. Verberg, whose family resides in Leesville, movements specialist. Calvin Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dyer, r e g u 1 a r army, unassigned Intorination about these and other specilic technical school courses; may be obtained bv calling 439-9190 or visiting the U.S. Army Recruiting Office located in" Room 2022 of the new Federal Building. Pneumonia Kills Oldest^ Japanese OTSUKI, Japan (AP) - Yasu Kobayashi. said to be Japan's oldest woman, died of pneumonia at her home Saturday at the age of 118 EARLY SUMMER SPECIAL SALE! ig 6 Foot High PRIVACY WOOD FENCE 1 FOOT COMPLETELY CAU HE 3-8284 PAY 08 N10HT 1801 U»> 14 4 l.akf Charles, J a Seniors May Pie-Qualify In Army Program High school seniors may now j pro-qualify for the exact techni- j cal school course or assignment of their choice as much as three months before enlisting, i under the Army's Graduate 1 j Specialist Program. ' Staff Sgl. Russell H. Miller,: local Army recruiter, announ- • ces applicants may be tested and processed here, or may go to New Orleans at Army expense for tests and physical examination. Seniors who pass will be guaranteed the course or assignment they select. Miller says. Their name is placed on a class rosier and they will receive the letter guaranteeing their attendance at the school after Ihcy have completed basic training. There is no obligation to enlist, Miller says, should the applicant change his plans. Enlistment is for three years and there arc more than 110 technical schools from which to choose. Seniors interested may call 439-9190 or visit, the local recruiting si a I ion in Room 2022 of the new federal building. IN MISSISSIPPI Pakistan Instructor Beaten CANTON, Miss. (AP) - A while chaplain at a bi - facial college here said Saturday the Justice Department is being asked to investigate the beating of a Pakistan instructor who was pulled from a car by a group of while men. The Rev. Ed King of Tougaloo College said Hamid Kazilbash was pulled from a car in Can-j ton Friday night by about 15 j men and roughed up enough to require medical treatment. King told The Associated Press Tougaloo faculty members in another car took down the license number of one of the three cars carrying the men and it will be given to the Justice Department. A complaint was made to the highway patrol. King said, within 30 minutes after the incident, which capped a voter registration drive day Friday marked by brief violence. The highway patrol said it had no legal machinery to handle such a complaint which comes under the jurisdiction of the county sheriff. Canton officials were unavailable for comment Saturday. King said Kazilbash was driving a car carrying King, Mrs. King, and two oilier while faculty members to a mass meeting at Canton Friday night when the incident occurred. He said about four of the men pulled Kazilbash from the car and one used a club to* strike him on the head and arms. Kazilbash was freed when one of the men said "hold it, he's an Indian." The chaplain said the men followed their car back into Jackson and another car carrying Tougaloo instructors happened to see the speeding Vehicles. The instructors gave chase and got the license plate of the car following King and Kazil- bash. When the unidentified white men realized they were being followed, King said, they turned off. They then drove to the executive mansion in downtown Jackson, King said, to ask for protection from Gov. Paul Johnson. The governor was not in at the time. Earlier in Canton, Negroes had marched in groups to the country courthouse to attempt to register to vote, One Negro worker, McKinley Hamblin, 23, had been knocked unconscious by police after they said he cursed them. j Civil rights workers also I asked the Justice Department to : investigate the Hamblfh incident. Son Antonio is a Cily of Romanes HOTEL. The MBNGER: Old World Splettdo* its Historical Past) New World Eleganws wilh its Romantic. Meod. Patio Swtamlim fool, Motor Entrance, Air-Condl'tlBBca, 17. MENGER JUNE BRIDE HOME FURNITURE STARTS OFF THIS WONDERFUL MONTH WITH A It's Our Once A Year Event ... /or the "Just Marrieds' or the "Just About To Be" . . ... at o Time Y/hen Sayings Mean So Much . . . 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Dinette Foam Mattress Box Spring Only $9 Month 10 Year Guarantee GENUINE FOAM RUBBER MATTRESS AKD FOUNDATION Spring Air Hotel — Motel Reg. 139.95 3 Piece Living Room SUITES '58 REBUILT SOFA BEDS •:: $ 33 5 Piece DINETTE SUITES LIAIIT 7 PC. Dinette SUITES G.E. TEXAS TON 13,000 B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONER In The Crate Price 238 G.E. 110 Volt Plug In Anywhere 4,000 B.T.U. CAPACITY AIR CONDITIONER In The Crate Price O.E. 230 Volt 23,500 B.T.U, CAPACITY AIR CONDITIONER In The Crate Price Plus Delivery. Installation, And Service It Desired 378 G.i. Matching Pair WASHER AND DRYER But Nghody FURNITURE, CO. 140! EVAN HI LAKE CHARLES, U. Fret Almost

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