Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 8, 1964 · Page 2
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Monday, June 8, 1964
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MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1964, Lake Charles <Prc« LOCAL BIRTHS The following births were recorded in Lake Charles hospitals from May 2R through June 4: Lake Charles Memorial: Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Sherwood, 1019 Ike St., girl, Paula Christine, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isaac, 515 N. IxjBalo .St., boy, Carl Glenn, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Bazinet. 323 Glenn St., girl, Rebecca Lynn, May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Hoffpauir III, 4118 Brown St., boy, Steven Barry, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Joseph Jr., 801 N. Lincoln St., girl, Deadra Patrice. May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz C, Prater, 4128 Worthy Drive, boy, David Clark, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon C. Bou- (ireaux. 144 Prospect St., girl, Robyn Lea, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Kent, Route 2. Box 172, g i r J, CAN'T SLEEP? H acid indigestion keeps you up, settle yourself for sleep right away with TUMS antacid tablets. Today's good tasting TUMS are fortified - speed soothing, high potency relief ...neutralize an excess ac!d... release you from the Erip ot an acid-irritated stomach -completely, gently, on the spot You can sleep again. Wouldn't you like that? Quickly effective, high potency relief 3ro!lpack-30C Cioanic Laurie, May ;U. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Breaux, f>50f! Common St., girl, Tracy Sue, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip II. Price, 1005 Cherry Hi!, girl, Hani Christian, June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Hc- berl. Route 5, Box 128B, Moss Bluff, buy, Richard Stuart, I June ]. I Mr, and Mrs. Clinton L. Chil| dcrs, Route 5, Box 117, boy, i Timothy Moss, June 2. i Mr. and Mrs. John M. Boit- Idrcaux, P. 0. Box f>02. Cameron, girl, Penny Jo, June 2. Mr. and Mrg. Arsene J. Sallier .Jr., 1105 Laurel St., West Lake, girl, Amelia Marie, June 2. i Mr. and Mrs. Sammy M. Miers, 2232 Prien Lake Road, boy. Troy Wayne, June .1 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J. Kratzcr, 3531 First Ave., boy, Ricky Joseph, June 3. Mr. and Mrs. Leory J. Richard, 700 LeBleu Road, boy, Chad Wayne, June 3. St. Patrick: SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 AUKAXGED BY PHONE Arransrc your loan by phone, 1'ick up lh(« cash at your convenience. No co-sifiicrs. Same day service. 54-Monlh Plan 30-Month Plan You Gel Mo. Pmt. You Get. Mo Pml. 5 80.00 — $ 5 00 J35B.59 — J3000 S634 f! — 535.00 1983.82 — S5J.OO 51028.00 — $47.00 $1339.00 — Ml.00 51628.00 — $74.00 VMM — J89.00 Above payments Include ALL chorgol DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 43J.»«« sis RYM ST. | Mr. and Mrs. ;pavid I^andfe-' neau, Route 5, Box 32, boy, Da; vid Wayne, May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Co: nieaux. 700 E. McNcese St. Apt. (Ml, boy, Kevin John, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Dave If. Hudi dlcston. 114 N. Shattuck St., boy, j Dave Howard Jr., May 31. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton J. Col- slim, 2009 Griffin St., boy, Dwight Martin, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Cantrell, 2220 E. Mill St., girl, Robin Delia, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. I'igno, 824 Soulhfielcl, boy, Paul Christopher, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Cook, 3903 Kingston St., boy, d a r y Paul, Juno 4. Error Made In Absentee i I Voting Date I Absentee voting for the July i 25 Democratic primary will not ! begin until July 6. | A report In the Sunday edition ] of the Lake Charles American ; Press said the voting would begin today. The primary will be to select city and parish school board members and a Seventh District V. S. Representative. Balloting by voters who will be out of the parish on election day will end at 5 p.m. July 17, according to Acton Hillebrandt, Calcasieu Parish clerk of court. Flying Farmers Arrive by Auto GEORGETOWN, Ky. (AP) Cloudy, windy weather bluffed the Kentucky Flying Farmers Association. Fifty members showed up for the annual meeting, but because of bad weather only three came by plane. SUMMER IS HERE Qet in SHAPE NOW/ Shead those UNWANTED Inches and •' > Pounds and get in on the SUMMER FUN Essex Wire Strike Back In Operation HILLSDALE, Mich. (AP) The Essex Wire Corp. strike! moved into a 101st day today '•• after failure of a proposed set-; tlement pact to win strikers' approval of its full terms. The strikers, members of (he International Union of Electrical Workers, sent the package back to their bargaining c o m- mittee Sunday night in an action described by union representatives as unanimous. "The members were just as unanimous as the day (March 28) they walked out of the plant," said George Gould, IUE international representative. Hillsdale Local 810 of the IUE pulled put its 180 Essex Wire production workers in a dispute over a first contract with the company. Next steps to get the parties back together were not yet clear. Gov. George W. Romney, who played a big role in prior negotiations, had no immediate comment on the new turn in events. Romney, shuttling between Michigan and Cleveland for the Body of Man Beaten To Death Found BOGALUSA, La. (AP) - The body of a middle-aged man who was beaten to death has been recovered from Williams Creek, 17 miles west of here. Washington Parish officers said efforts to identify the dead man Sunday proved fruitless. Sheriff Dorman Crowe said the victim's skull was crushed I and his neck broken. He described the man as having been i between 45 and 50 years o 1 d, 5-fect-8 inches tall and about 140 pounds. CALL 477-2937 FOR A FREE FIGURE OR PHYSIQUE ANALYSIS I " SUMMER I SPECIAL § PER WEEK To next 15 who enroll on regular membership I • 4343 Co, ^R_gl^__ MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES of 9 Individual Job true tiuu § Modern Kovm 9 .Sttauj Room § \Veifh; Cain or l.os» •> Fur Children. WORLD WIDE HEALTH & RECONDITIONING STUDIO !National Governors Conference ,lion. 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