Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 12, 1964 · Page 3
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 3

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Friday, June 12, 1964
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Sulphur Attend SULPHUR (SpU -Eight! members of the Sulphur Future I Farmers of America chapter 1 will attend the 35th annual FFA state convention in Shreveport June 17-20. Headquarters for the convention will be in the Washington- Youree Hotel. The chapter's parliamentary law team will compete with Ihree other area team winners in the finals of the state parlia- menfary law contest set for 3:15 p.m. June 17, in the Captain Shreve Hotel. The Sulphur team won sub-district, district and area contests to qualify for the state contest. Members of the parliamentary law team are Ronnie Granger, Terry Clement, Randy Gros, Kent Savuio, Ronnie McCall and Quinton Weber. Terry Clement and R o n n i e Granger will be the chapter's voting delegates at the convention. Fred Miller will be a guest at oys To Meet Bpnckenslein, co-chapter advisers, will accompany the boys to the convention. a luncheon given by Gulf States Utility Co. June 17 honoring winners in the state farm electrification mechanics cont e s t held recently in Lafayette. This was the first time the statewide electrification contest was held. Miller placed fifth in the competition. Ronald Harrington will also attend the convention and is scheduled to receive an award at the Awards Banquet set for the night of June 18. He has applied for the Star State Farmer award. The Louisiana Star Farmer will be chosen and three Area .Star Farmers will be named. The exact awards remain a closely guarded secret until time for the presentation. The Sulphur chapter received the. State Best Chapter award last year and has applied for the award again this year. The chapter has been notified it will receive an award but was not told which one. James Bourque and Ellis House's Vote On Pay Raise Is Announced WASHINGTON (AP) - The roll call vote of 243-157 by which the House Thursday approved a pay raise for one 1.7 million federal workers, including members of congress, included; Democrats for: Louisiana — Boggs, Hebert, Morrison, Passman, Waggoner and Willis. Mississippi—none. Democrats against: Mississippi — Abernethy, Colmer, Whitten, Williams and Winstead. Louisiana—none. Recorded for but not actually voting: Thompson, La. NOTICE LANDRY SCHOOL SWIMMING POOL WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC - SUNDAY, JUNE 14 - ENABLING MULLER'S TO HOLD THEIR ANNUAL EMPLOYEES PICNIC LAKE CHARLK DISTINCTIVE HAND SEWN LEATHER-LINED NETTLETON'S FOOTWEAR 34.95 New Nettleton Chester? — with their distinctive hand-sewn Algonquin sean>s — make everything you wear look rich. Chesters are Nettleton's finest grade, Supple calf leather glossy finish. Full vertilated leather lining for free and easy comfort. In Black or Brown. Sizes 7^s to 12. MEN'S SHOES • STREET FLOOR Study to Begin On Memorial To Morrison BATON ROUGE (AP)-A 10- man committee has been named by Gov. John McKeithen to recommend a suitable state memorial to the late deLesseps S. Morrison. The legislature established the committee. Morrison and his 7-year-old son Randy and five others were killed May 22 in a Mexican plane crash. Named to the committee Thursday were: John F. Tims, president of the Times - Picayune Publishing Orleans Mayor FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1964, Lake Chftjte_A^ricanJw> 3 Victor Schiro and City Council President James E. Fitzmorris Jr.; Winston till; State Sen. Michael O'Keeft and Reps, Joseph Casey and Edward Le- Breton, and Capt. Neville Levy, all of New Orleans; Victor Bussie, president of the Louisiana AFL-CIO and Secretary of State Wade 0. Martin Jr. GIVE HIM RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES Little Ambassadors miniature chocolates. 1 LB. — 2.15 2 LBS. — 4.25 SPECIAL GIFT BOX Dad's favorite as- e\ t\f\ sortment. 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MEN'S SHOP * STREET FLOOR UOt CMARUt* CASUAL GOOD TASTE SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 5.00 A nice assortment to coordinate with your sleek wardrobe. Solid and fancy patterns. All cotton Dacron and Cotton. Regular cut. Regular coUan and tailored to fit perfectly. Sizes S. M. L. XL in Tan, Blue, Green or White, MEN S FURNISHINGS f STREgT FLOOR SURE TO PLEASE SILKY SUPIMA DRESS SHIRTS 3.98 For tb» finest in furnishings — Kentfield is the best. Cotton, Sanforized and will not shrink out of fit. Short sleeves, buftoa down, spread, snap tab collars. Kentfield is noted for their quality fabrics of soft, silky, lustrous, txtra long staple cotton. Sizes 14Va to 17 In White only. MENS FURNISHINGS « STREET FLOOR OOWNTOWW UkW CHARLES NEW . . . IRIDESCENT FASHION PARK SUITS 89.50 Light and cool — handsome in t Fashion Park tailored to conform to his discriminating taste. 55^ Dacron and 45*^ Wool. Sizes 39 to 46 Reg , 39 to 44 long. Colors: Grey, Blue, Brown. MEN'S SHOP § STREET FLOO8

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