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L-t Houses L-REAL I! L-l Houses S AY H E TATi Y! LOOKA HERE Nestled in a beautiful wooded 'area We have just listed a home which has had loving and tender care. It's in A4 condition and ready to welcjome you. The owner has been transferred and we have the keys. Three bedrooms, one bath on a Jot 82 k 180, This one won't last long — See it today. ON 23RD STREET This Is a most desirable area. Its brjck—has three bedrooms, two ceramic tile baths. You will love this home. Let us give you the details "TbDAY". PAULEY AGENCY HE 3-8518 840 R yan St. Warren Llmbockar HE 9-2993 Jack Pecorlno HE 3-9939 Tom Price HE 9-3956 Locke Plauche HE 6-2711 Mrs. John Carter GR 7-2006 Darrell Blair HE 9-4454 Mrs. Carroll Allen HE 9-5769 Are You Interested IN TRADING We 'have two unusual homes that we can talk TRADE on. Both of these homes are extremely large and in good condition. Also, we can talk TRADE on a beautiful home, in the country. TYLER-ROBERTS 133 Louie St. 433-8261' We Are Proud To Offer SWIMMING POOL FIREPLACE WOODED LOT Beautiful location near Prlen Lake Park on 100' x ?00' lot. This home Is LUXURY plus COMFORT. The unique living room arrangement of flrplace ond picture window Itself lends to gracious living. The pool side patio under beautiful shade trees lends Itself to luxury living. A growing family will find this three bedroom, I'/i bath well suited to their needs and pocket books. GIBSON REAL ESTATE Realtor HE 9-8391 Mrs. Gibson HE 9-5354 Mrs. Stear HE 9-8673 FOR BEST BUYS at $100 DOWN call HANDLEY REALTY FIRST HE 9-8200 HE 6-5562 426 Kirby St. HOLLEY E 2221 - 14th STREET — In a good section of OAK PARK. You must see this lovely three bedroom, two bath, den home that A Is selling for only J1«,SW. Flnanc- Ing conveniently arranged. 1400 • Bth STREET — Edge- R mont Section. Lovely three bedroom home with separate din- Ing room, situated on large wood- . ed well landscaped corner lot. ; Priced for the budget minded . family. ' HE 3-9442 FOR SALE 2,200 SQ. FT. Colonial Style UNDER CONSTRUCTION or TRADE BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME on lot 100x300' in Moss Bluff. Priced at $8,500 or will accept trade on lot, house or large house trailer. TWO BEDROOM HOME on Enterprise Boulevard. Desirable location. $10,500. Commercial possibilities). Will trade for paid :nit property in Lafayette. MOSS BLUFF Lumber Co. BEVERLY HILLS lhv >'- 171 436-3609 BRICK Three bedrooms, two baths, paneled den, built-in range and oven in the conveniently arranged kitchen. Two car enclosed garage. Carrier air conditioning. Fully insulated. Buy now and choose your colors. $18,300 Beautiful wooded lot included (St. Augustine sod to be added when house in completed.) Call: Charlie Thomason MITCHELL AGENCY HE 9-3625 882-6439 SACRIFICE BRICK modern colonial three bedroom, two bath, built-in kitchen, two carports. Central olr and heat. Closed potlo, den, extra office or bedroom. Fenced back yard with fruit trees, shrubs, etc. 730 West Jefferson Drive, University Place. Cash (or portion of equity and ossume notes. Si34 plus taxes and Insurance. Phone 436-331? FOR SALE BY OWNER A re»i deal! West of the river, if you have $1,600 and no mortgage. Brand new air conditioned home. Phone 882-6393 SIX ROOM house, both, corner lot, !)2x * 330. Fenced, wash house, oarage. De- Qulncy 784-6763 Mrs. BUI Clancy. _ SOUTH SULPHUR COUNTRY HOME LARGE three bedroom BRICK. Two complete baths. LARGE separate pan- tied den. New Kitchen bullt-lns. NEW , 8oorj. Completely remodeled. ONE- i tiALF ACRE. lOO'xZOO' landscaped lot. [ Loaded with shrubbery. NO DOWN UAYMENT. (ideal for on KSTATH HEAL. WILL TRADE four bedroom home In Oak Park for Goosport property. Wood Realty. GR 7-5354, HE 3-7415. SULPHUR'S NICEST Sub-Division, Wlldwood, (our bedrooms, Vh baths, large den, all bullt-lns, central air. Phone owner, JA 7-7710. FOR SALE by owner, three bedroom home, like new. Small equity and assume notes. 1414 California Street. Phone GR JM906 after S p.m. _ ~~" L-RtAL ISTATE Houses ill HAZEL Sf. 100' X 300' WOODED LOT Lovely three bedroom BRICK ham* wlffi JO' x 24- dcrt. 5Vj baths. RWucft fif Quick sai« $i7,5oo. EASY TERMSI MITCHELL AGENCY HE 9-3625 FOR SALE— t window air , drapes, fence: valued new at $1,000 PLUS «,750 equity In a 3 bedroom, J bath home with buiitln kitchen, in very good condition. All for only $500 ond assume present notes of SIM per month. M33 General Potion. HE 6-7654, HE 3-3337. BUILDING OR BUYING? Don't settle for almost-a-drearo home! Insist on a Total Elec" trie Gold Medallion Home. For full details, ask your contractor, dealer or call Gulf States. NICE TWO bedroom home In Oak Park. Nothing down, $62.00 monthly. Wood Realty OR 7-5056, HE 3-7415. No EQUITY: Assume loan. Three bedroom home. Monthly payments $77.30. CR 7-0353, MAGNOLIA FOREST: Seven room Georgian home. Redwood fenced back yard. 38 Horseshoe Lane, Moplewood. $21,950. FOR SALE BY OWNER: Three bedroom home In Hollywood subdivision. Separate dining room and screened porr.fi. Large lot, fruit trees. Garage and storage room. $12,000. 8B&776. IN HOLLYWOOD by owner: Two bedroom, den, separate dlnlncj room, central heat. On 80x25*0' lot. Shade trees. Small equity ond assume 5 per cent loan. Balance $9,200. Phono 882-4740 WEST OF LAKE Street: Air conditioned brick three bedrooms, bath, large kitchen, carpet, and desirable features. 439- WILL TRADE $2500 equity In two bedroom, den, central air conditioned home for used car, boat, vacant lot or what hove you. Coll 477-6930 today only. SMALL EQUITY, assume notes of $63.50 on nice two bedroom home. 1S21 9th Avenue. HE 6-5035. L-2 Lots DONNA SUBDIVISION PRIEN LAKE AREA LARGE WOODED LOTS GR 7-1215 3519 Joan St. LOT FOR sale 100 X 512' with septic 433-4995 home . slab ' bulane tank. LAKEVIEW SUB v ? , PIT" ! ols: .. Bl< > Decan trce S' restricted, nice homes. Buy these lots, whatever terms you wont! if you are looking for a wonderful nloco lo live, this Is III Seeing Is believing. We will mall you a' plat If you request It. Call 7 days a week. MARY BYRNE ELLIOTT REAL ESTATE 436-9314, 439-523B, 436-3344 LARGE WOODED Lots—close In, only 525.00 down and $20.00 monthly. Priced from $995.00. Norrls-Ramsey Realty, Inc. HE 9-9306. PRIEN LAKE AREA: Mary Ann Subdivision. Don't wait. Ten beautiful lots. 80'xl45'. Easy terms. Just off Sale Street. GR 7-3935. L-3 Business Property BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: By owner, must sacrifice, one block from City Hall, 12 bedrooms, three baths, 96'x400' lot. HE 3-0106 after 6 p.m. L-5 Acreage 160 ACRES of beautiful land completely fenced and heavily fertill2ed. Presently under soil bank at $1262.00 yearly. TRULY PRICED TO SELL. ACT NOW! I "LIST WITH US AND START PACKING" Carl W. Jackson Real Estate Insurance We finance what we sell GR_7-0316 W-4857 10 ACRES and COUNTRY HOME Large two story three bedroom and porches. Wood burning fireplace. Barns/ corrals and other storage buildings. Garden spot. Loaded with beautiful trees. School bus at front 1 door. Six miles north of Sulphur In Buhlcr Community. Only 517,500. MITCHELL AGENCY HE 9-3625 882-0439 JA 7-6413 A GOOD INVESTMENT 124.7 ACRES Suitable for grazing-farming- timber. $110 pet- acre, 1/3 cash, balance 5 years. J. W. Bush Reeves, La. HOUSE AND LOT: Buy like rent. $30 per month. No down payment, no closing cost. Lumberman's Supply Com- P°ny-_306_Goss_Streel. HE 9-4422. WANT"! OTS~OF~ROO/W? 106 Kirkman, four bedrooms, or three bedrooms and den. Large living room, dining room, kitchen and screened back porch. Will consider your present home, though mortgaged, as down payment. This large Impressive home lust -6 Colored Pf6p6fly L-RIALISTATI 1-6 Colored STOP LOOKING STOP LOOKING -YOU'LL FIND IT HERE $200.00 tJOWN 603 Booker. Loroe 6 room home with both. Owner will finance. Call ui todov $300.00 DOWN SltuoFed on a corner lof and an fn* elfy bus (We, fhlj 4 bedroom home with complete bath can be your*. Out of town owner sayj »el° on sacrifice price; Call us now. and let us show you the properly. v.,,i«.u pntc. ON SEE STREET. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS Ulce brick home on a large lot. fhli home has a laras llvlna room, kllcnen- eombfnallon, den, attached aoraoe. in fact all you could want In a home, ond the tola price Is only $7,4M.oo. letter grab It quick. Call us for details. Flshcrvllle Area: 3 bedroom brick home $350.00 down. Coll us for details MORRIS-RAMSEY REALTY, INC. 809 3rd Avc .................................. ME 9-9306 Billic Brown .................................. HE 3-7493 A. ,1. Krystnl ......................... .......... HE 9-5042 James Norris .................................. HE 3-5523 August Camladc ........... ................... HE 3-7077 STOP 'LOOKING YOU'LL FIND IT HERE 534 Bonk St.: Large 4 bedroom home, bath, utility room, close to school bus and churches. The lot Is lar<je and fenced. Paved street, paving paid. Terms to suit you. $200.00 DOWN 603 Booker. Largo 6 room home, with bath. Owner will finance. Call us today. $300.00 DOWN Situated on a corner lot and on the city bus line, this 4 bedroom home with complete bath can be yours. Out of town owner says sell on sacrifice price. Call us now and let us show you this properly. ON SEE ST. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS Nice brick home on a large lot. This home has a larae llvlna room, kitchen dining combination, den, attached garage. In fact all you could want In a home, and the total price Is only S7.420.00. Better grab It quick. Call us for details. MORRIS-RAMSEY REALTY, INC. 809 3rd Ave HE 9-9306 Billte Brown HE 3-7493 A. J. Krystal HE 9-5042 James Norris HE 35523 August Caraiadc ... HE 3-7077 L-7 Miscellaneous Acreage—Lots- Commercial 80 acres of highland near Gillis — Good rond on 2 sides — Can be subdivided — Terms offered. 2 tracts — 60 and 20 acres — North of Toomoy just off Starks road — only $100.00 per acre. 2 — lots just off Prien Lake Road near new by-pass highway — Easy to get on and off for plant workers — Call for full information — Priced to sell — 112V£ by 125 feet each. Big .Lake — Large lot with boat slip — ready to build on — Enjoy the summer fishing, 10 acres of land on Highway 90 east of Lake Charles — Ideal for industrial center — Plenty of room for trucking firm — Can be bought on terms — Good price. Bob House Agency Realtor — Insurance Office Phone HE 3-7344 Lester Vincent HE 9-5190 LOTS — Nothing down, SIS monthly ACREAGE - 10% down HOMES — On Assumption NEW HOMES — We'll take your home as trade-In and finance. PALERMO HEAL KSTATE Office JA 7-6343 ' I Night & Sunday JA 7-9577 | The re is a TIME an d PLACE for Everything tit NOW is th TIME to Buy or Sell through Baxter Real redone Estate, HE 9-9305. SMALL BUT ATTRACTIVE! This little home, like new, will charm you. Ideal (or couple. Trade In your present mortgaged home or lot. Termsl No closing costl Baxter Real Estate, HE 9-9305. NEWLY REMODELED (our bedroom home near Mossvllle School. $4,900 and j no Interest charged. $50 monthly. Call ! Kushner Lumber Co. HE 9-2481. SIX CEMETERY lots. Will sell together or separately. Protestant section ol Highland Memorial Gardens. HE 4-7784. HOME FOR~TALE7~WcsT~Fork"lCJ0 1 water frontage. Sacrifice, $10,500. Call HE 6-0389 or HF 4-7249. PERKINS CAMP FOR~sale, Dunn's Perry. Phone 786-4441, Mrs. E. Perkins, DeQuincy, La. : FU RN ISHfcTcAMP~otT West ~Foi : kT~Now only $1.19S. Coll GR 7-0406 L-8 Real Estate^Wanted WANTED Tp~bufor~ieas7~bvTjunelst, Ihree or (our bedroom, two bath, air conditioned home. Oak Park. 439-9750. a Jane H. Trahan REALTOR HE 6-6447 Sale-Lease-Exchange Three be<Jroms, \\k baths. Lot 122'xl58'. Assume loan, monthly payments $77.24. SUNSEJT DEVELOPERS GR 7-0353 ASSUME LOAN, three bedroom home. Monthly payments $72.30. 477-0353 Sunset ^Developers. __ ^_ ___ _ fHREi~BfeDROOM, two bath brickTTeOO jq. ft. Bullt-lns. $4,000 equity for $1,000, assunte balance. GR 7-4008. GULFGATE. Three bedrooms, Hollywood style bath. Appraisal 515,000, sell (or $12m OR 7-5412. 726 Blenvllle. \ TWO~BEDRpOMS), paneled~Uving~7oom i and kitchen combination. To be moved. ' _$850._211 yir._ LoGronge. 47M45K AIR CONDITIONED ! Three bedroom home. Large kitchen, JO'xSQ' workshop, screened patio, fenced backyard. See to appreciate. OWNEft TRANSFERRED 1421 Suqset Drive .^477-1871 SACRIFICE] Large home, corner lot, triple garage, large den. Prien. Much jnore JlljOOO. GR 7-1894. NE|W 3 BEDROOM NO pOWN PAYMENT Monthly payments approx. $59.45. Will Consider Trade SUNSET ACRES BY OWNER, take over notes, 549.00. Just , $49, transfer. Two bedroom home. HE- j _»: 4 ! 96 :__ , Residential, Commercial, Lois, 2507 Eost Mill: Two bedrooms, living I Ac^^Se and income oroducin? room, separate dining, kitchen, glassed- " *, "'tunic piuauwng In back porch, separate oarage. Lite- properties. time Johns-Manvlile roof, hardwood -— floors. Wooded lot. Palermo will II- 1-9 Reni f nance. Palermo Real Estate - JA 7-6343. ; ' INCUI c Nights, Sundays JA 7-9577. ONLY $50 down, $57.00 monthly notes buys modern live room house, on Mill. GR 7-5354, HE 3-7415. TWO BEDROOM frame home, with adjoining lot, shade trees, Hurricane fenced. North Goosport. 2409 Wood- qrd. HE 6-7674. L-6 Colored Property BAXTER'S GOT IT ONLY $250 DOWN 913 Adams St. A 4 room home ond both. Only $3,850 total price and only $40 per month. ONLY $250 DOWN 822 N. Cherry St. A 4 room home and bath. Total price only M,500. Call me about this home. ONLY $300 DOWN 3 homes on Mayo St. Let us show you these homes telling below appraisal. 1300 Wendell St. A large 3 bedroom home with a low down payment. Good large lot. Close to shopping center. Let s see this home. i CALL TODAY Wilkinson Agency Realtor , 1125 Pithon St. I We have a list of fine homes, , i residential and commercial lots to choose from. Coll us for oil your Real Estate needs. 439.2731 *WX^>«—»—•»-—*-—W—X--N^-h _ _ LODGE NOTICES Stated communication ot John C Ayers Lodge No. 437 F&AM Monday June lit at 7:30 p.m. Speaker: Brother Joe Barbour. Subject: "The Significance ot Number*". Regular order of business. Officers and member* urged to attend! Visiting Brethren always welcome. E. HOLLAWAY, V/. M., CATON LANCSTON, Sec. 440) La. Ave. Night or Day 477-0353 DOLAN Weekend WISE--USE CLASSIFIED HOUSE FCR SALE To DC mowd- V.'e buy houses to be moved. Coil G. Dai- ale HE 1-2323 House moving conlrac fors. TWO BEDROOM house in Moss Biutf. Will consider house trailer or acreage for equity. HE 6-0355 , BAXTER Classified Ads Bring Fasf Results! HE 9-2781 REAL ESTATE CO. | REALTOR 1600 N. Simmons HE 9-9305 1 SALESMEN GR 7-13J2 HE *-3»S 929 NORTH OIVISON: Three bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen. 1*0 porches. Corner Jot. Owner will Jtnor.ue. GR 7-4563. DON T mm out on volut- Read and uit economical Want Ad». FAST action WANT AD. Ca HE 9-2781 TODAY'S SOLUTION SUNDAY, MAY SEES VISION—Spencer Campbell Jr. of Campbell's Creek, W. Va. claims to have seen visions of Christ and has had a pronounced religious effect upon high school classmates. (AP Wirephoio). Youthful Visionary Is Converting Classmates CAMPBELL'S CREEK, W.Va. (AP) — A boy preacher who claims to have seen a vision of Jesus Christ has stirred up a minor revival among residents of this southern West Virginia area. Two school teachers and 200 students have been converted by Spencer Campbell Jr., 16. A Methodist minister who has observed the boy says he is having quite an influence on the local religious community. The hallways of Dupont High School In the Campbell's Creek area were abuzz with religious discussion as (he semester closed this spring because of the "little country fellow that God has seen fit to use." Prayer meetings were held in a nearby Presbyterian church during the lunch hour on school days. Some of the majorettes asked to be let out of the bnncl "because they didn't feel right about their uniforms," Campbell said. Campbell said in an interview that he has had visions of Christ on several occasions. Copilot's Voice Identified On lase Recorder SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Sci- entitle detective work on a laps recorder shows that, just before the Pacific Air Lines crash Mnv 7 killed all 44 aboard, the copilot shouted the pilot had been shot, the San Francisco Examiner said Saturday. The tape recorder was sent East for laboratory study after newsmen listened to repealed playbacks and thought they heard the words: "I've been shot. I've been shot. Oh my God. Help." But the Examiner said voice prints, a new technique, show 5t was copilot Ray E. Andress, Santa Clara, Calif., talking and what he said was: "He's been shot. I'm trying to help. Oh my God." That appeared lo he a reference to the plane's pilot. Capt. Earnest Clark, San Carton, Calif. ! A discharged, high-powered i revolver was found in the wreck- j age and the FBI traced its own; crship to a passenger, Frank (lonzale/.. The voice print Icchnicjiie usoil I on the tape recorder wa > duvel- I oped by the Cell Laborat/tres. H consists of making a sperlo- graph of voice recordings. Different sounds send out varying linos. These form a pattern which can be matched with previous recordings taken of such voices. Pacific Air Line's Flight 77G made a power drive explosive: crash into a low hill nu.ir Danville, Calif., while nesring its destination, San Francisco, on a flight from Reno, Nev.j via Stockton, Calif. i STOCK MARKET i«z>i ,+ •% '"fed Chinese 1964 Could Be .i^oy Seeks Top Steel Year IS. Asylum /OTJIf I \V>\ _._ OI™!,. ai_.,l I . ' • NEW YORK (AP) - Steels were a strong feature last week as the stock market extended a mild, irregular decline through its second week. The steels were spurred by reports that the pace of orders was so strong that the usual summer lull promises to be smaller than usual. Investors in steels also were encouraged by statements of industry leaders, gathered for the annual meeting of the American Iron & Steel Institute, that 1964 may be a record year for the metal. Trading was highlighted by a further cooling off of the "mineral-find" issues which have flown high in recent weeks on the basis of natural resource discoveries. Other highlights included a strong but brief rally of drug stocks involved in oral contraceptives, because of hints the Roman Catholic Church might re-examine its attitude toward these products, and strength in savings-and-loan holding companies. The Dow Jones industrial average last week took a slight loss of .31 at 820.5G. The Associated Press average last week declined .8 to 306.0. Stock exchanges were closed Friday in observance of Me- \ morial Day. Volume for the! week was 17,292,511 shares compared willi 2:1,800.207 for the full five-day week previous. The market staged an uneven advance on Thursday, with steels and snvlngs-and loans showing the way. Drugs were off sharply after ;i Wednesday rally. The ability of the market In rise on the eve of the holiday was interpreted by some analysts as a good omen for stronger prices in the post-Memorial Day period. Of the 1,508 issues traded last week on the New York Stock Exchange, 721 declined and 591 advanced. Bond prices climbed in May. Government bonds chalked lip gains of as much as 1' i points over a month ago. Corporate bonds, measured by The Associated Press avcr- ! nge of 00 Iwncls traded on the : Now York Stock Exchange, | gained sightly more than an index point Corporate tnulin" for lh<> -I day week on the stork exchange 'totaled $38,587,300. par value compared with $47,037.000 par value the. week before Hoover Assisfanf Plans Talk Here One of the nation's top investigators, C. Lester Trotter, will speak here next month. Trotter, assistant to J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, heads a list of 10 speakers who will address the Louisiana Division of the International Association of Identification Officers during a four-day convention, June 14! 17 at Ramada Inn. Announcement of the speakers I who dot a full schedule of top- 1 ics and demonstrations was i made Saturday by Ludlow B. Baynard of Baton Rouge, secretary-treasurer of the association. ! The convention marks the 19th gathering of the state's identification specialists from Louisiana State Police, sheriffs' departments and municipal police departments, and the second time Lake Charles has been the host city. Trotter, who visited the city with a team of FBI identification experts during Hurricane Audrey's aftermath to help identify hundreds of victims, will be renewing acquaintances with area law enforcement officers, la- eluding Sheriff Henry A. Reid Jr., Richard (Dick) Roberts, head of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's identification bureau, Deputies Charles Ellis and Charles Goen. The FBI's assistant director has spent more than 30 years i with the bureau and has been I assistant to Hoover since 1'j-Jfi lie is currently first vice pres- | ident of the international association and has been tapped for the presidency at the international convention in July. , Other speakers are: John W. i Tyler, former FBI agent who is ! now security assistant to the superintendent of the J) ,u d County, Fla., Board of Education; James L Lewis, special agent in charge of the Secret Service forgery division; and Maj. John H. Thomas, chief of detectives, Louisiana .State Pol ice. Also, Larry Freund, camera expert from Polaroid; Hay Herd, director of the state police crime lab, Baton Rouge; Mrs. Lucile Lacy, questioned document examiner, Houston; Bob Woodward, camera expert, Eastman Kodak; Deputy Charles H. Goen, Identification bureau, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's office; and Wendell L. Sowell, director of the Fort Worth, Tex., crime lab. The convention has dual hosts la the Calcasieu Sheriff's Department and the Lake Charles Police Department. Sheriff Reid previously named Roberts, Goen and Ellis to the committee and Chief J. Harry Hebert named Detective Wayne Hester to work with the committee. WASHINGTON (AP) - A Communist Chinese diplomat has sought political asylum at a U.S. embassy in central Africa, State Department officials reported. The Chinese was identified as Tung Chili Ting, 2-1, who had just been assigned lo Usunibura, capital of Burundi, as an assistant cultural attache at Ilia Hed Chinese Embassy. Tung went to the crnbas- sy last Tuesday, one day after his arrival at the African post, and asked assistance in obtaining political asylum, lie is now staying at the U.S. Embassy at Usunibura while U.S. diplomats arrange with the Burundi government for his safo deparluri?, it was stated. The defection of a Chinese diplomat is rare. U.S. sources said they believed that Tung, as an officer of Peking's diplomatic service, was the highest-ranking to flee so far. 11 was not known where Tung would go after lie leaves Hururi- di. Sources said the U S. charge d'affaires at Usumbum, Ernest Spanger, is seeking safe transit for Tung to whatever destination lie chooses. New Sporfs Cenfer Is Proposed NKW ORLEANS (AP) -Legislative approval will be sought to establish a $tj million sports center to include jai alai games with pari-mutuel betting. Present plans call for the facility to be in Jefferson Parish, probably on the West Bank. The Jefferson Parish Council lias unanimously voted to ask the Legislature to support the project. The Louisiana Racing Commission would govern the games. The Council says promoters told its members the state's share of pari-mutuel receipts would amount to $3.5 million for 300 meetings a year. Other taxes would increase the revenue to $2,130,000. I The proposed center would include an auditorium to seat 3.000, dining facilities and a health club with a gymnasium and swimming pool. Local Student To Get Degree In Dentistry James B. Smith II of Lake Charles will receive a degree in dentistry from Loyola University Tuesday. He is graduating under provision of the Southern Regional Education Board's interstate contract program. ( i>

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