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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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1O SATURDAY, JULY I /. . c __ [ L-REAL ESTATE L-l Houses j4, Lake Charles L-REAL ESTATE L-1 Houses THE BEST HABIT- CALL PAULEY FIRST "Near The Post Office" A large linme with an apnrtmcnt downstairs and fi bedrooms upstairs. In the back yard there is a nice apartment. The entire house and apartment is t'urnish- rd. With only $1.000.00 clown the owner "ill finance the deal. This haf many possibilities. "On Cleveland Street" A lovely old home that is constructed of the best materials. This home located on a beautiful shaded lot in an excellent neighborhood. The price has been drastically reduced by owner who has moved from Lake Charles. "Twenty-Third Street" Owner has been transferred He is anxious to sell so "c .ire looking for an offer. This is a brick home with .< hotlrooms and two beautiful teramir tile b.i(h«. It will pay you lo investigate this one PAULEY AGENCY, INC. !I40 Ryan Street Mrs. John Carter , Warren Lin.backer Darrcll Blair Jnck PccorJno Locke Plauche MITCHELL AGENCY nvifes you to drive over the bridge and inspect ihe following: "iU Rio Hondo—uucp brrjrooim, lame living rooni '.'IV Quelqur'.hur—three bedroom'., acn, air'condition** iO/ West Leo— lour bedroom?, den, oir conditioned. U7 SVost Lee—three bedrooms, dr-n, air c.ondltion a d 1V3 West Lee—three bedrooms, den. llli West Parish Rood—three bedroom;, d*n, oir tondi|iDM*d ftr»pior. 109 Lauren Lone—three bedrooms, air conditioned. Bulher Community—10 acres and lartie house, barn and i on oh 1430 Lourdes Drive, Sulphur—(our bedrooms, O.OT. air conditioning 97T Taylor, Su;plnn —three bedroom?, bargain. F-or further tnforniofion on thr'.e and other properties, (.oil Mitche Agency 433-8518 Haiti Tells UN Of Invasion Across Border UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. I (AP)-Haiti told the United Na-! tions Friday an invasion force! made up of Dominicans and i Haitians crossed the border j from the Dominican Republic last Monday and established it-j self in a mountain stronghold on Haitian territory. Rene Chalmers, secretary of I state for foreign affairs, i charged that additional border j crossings were planned as part j of a campaign aimed at assas-' sination of "the closest collaborators" of President Francois ' Duvalier. Chalmers made the statement in a telegram to Ambassador Ahmed Taibi Benhimi of Morocco, president of the Security- Council for July. Chalmers did ! not ask for a meeting of the council, but only that Jiis communication be made available to all council members. He said the invasion was financed and organized by the neighboring Dominican Republic and carried out by Dominican and Haitian elements that included Gen. Paul E. Magloire. former president and foe of Duvalier, who has been proclaimed Haiti's lifetime president. DENNIS THE MENAC'c "MAIM, I OUNND. WH6N WAS THZ LAST TfM* WE SHOT A CANNON, CHARLIE 4 ?" A. of C. Calendar (Ed, Note: The Lake Charles American Press publishes monthly the Calendar of Events compiled by the Lake Charles Association of Commerce as a public service. The calendar contains events of community-wide interest). HISTORIC GROUNDS — A small seclion of the hundreds of tents which will house Boy Scouts from all over the United States at their Sixth Na- lional Jamboree go up on ihe famed ValUy Forge, Pa., park grounds Friday. The encampment is at the seen* of the bitter Revolutionary War winter camp of Washington's troops. (AP Wirepholo). Yankee Dandy Date July 3-5 July f> Julv 9 July 15-8 Time 8 p.m Scout Jamboree Site Denoted Wide Expanse of Tents VALLEY FORGE, Pa. • APi-, will flourish !ur a week-July A bird's eye view of the Boy 17-23—and then vanish even fiol'-O-Ct!) OL'U OFFICE IS CLOSED In observance (if the 4th (if July Holiday, Init lor any inquires about any real estate- — call (me nf our courteous .staff at. home. .'Ulll' WATER KUONTAGK By 370' deep ond o lovely big home s.i, iounded by towering pine?. One o' nature's tru» bcouty spots. An Invest ">ent her* will trifle in n lew -short f)27-G<1i;( see what the jamboree officials have wrought: G OAK PAHK Prrttv used bnck 4 bpaioonr., .' iaths. buiit-in.i In kitchen. Already financed, t. RKAUTIFULLY \VOODED willi toll, lowennn tiers Pn?n I okp area. Lorge lot. Red brick- horn?, 3 bedronm-;, ? baths, good Imcficinq available, p OAK PARK ( O'fpr loJ — big fcrnn*/ Mor'iiv Ccntroi air and heat. J bedroom',, '•* baths, family room. Living ' oom has larae dmlna area. )CC% loon on VA. s. KKALTOH i B05 Kyan S( HE 3.9447 .Scout Jamboree site at historic j faster than it \\ f as created, i Valley Forge shows an expanse ! A tiny, singlc-cngined plane I ~The neat rows of small, pale J of tenls and equipment ready i flew newsmen over the roiling! S rc . en tents tliat will house the ifor 52,000 boys and their load-; green hills and wide, mowed | nation's scout leaders. 1 ers two weeks hence. ' fields Friday where Washing- j _ A thousand Jt will, of course, be an even ton's tattered troops survived ifjpiri'lpnkTpT'nff A ™ y II ill I'll • i r • ririr* nn . HC1U IV_U lo. it L Ul I once all the bitter winter of 1/77-78. : cr-iitm-oH black ' more impressive silc are here, a world of its own.; In a glance you can take in i proud and self-.niffirient. that'Ihe entire 1,900-acre park and ; oi^'j' ; scattered throughout the park, for the equipment for some UILLORY Sullivan Ht'AL ESTATE- & INSURANT!''. D)nno Caro Paul Cuiiloi-y CK7034/ CR 7 3690 CR 7-145S HE 6-i90a cut. Tnrep bedroom , I ~) I „», T Drive. S90 u month, i u " i "-° 15 Beautiful Waterfront CYPRESS COVE FOR bALE cr house. 1620 Clovei X77-H12. I ENGLISH BAYOO: New three bedroom house with deep water well. 57,500. Will | c onilder trade K-ushncr Lumber Com pony. HE 9-248). UNIVERSITY — Brick J bedroom, 7 bains, den, 5500 and assume note;, ol ill/. 709 _Dolby. GR 7-3538. I OR SALE: One ol tlie best houses "i the city Has three bedroom!, two full baths and two half baths, plus a tiled powder room. Family room, a kitchen that hoi everything. House has circulating hot water system, o 25 year root, aulters all oround. Breezewoy is 15x30. Premises beoutllully landscaped. Ga- roae ?2x30 with laroe store room. Phone 433-1461. _ _ i OAK PARK: No tosh needed. Remodeled two bedrooms. Thiee notes tree. 4337415. Wood Really. ?fcO' ond large In depth all on water. DOLAN IlKAh KSTATK HO EQUITY. Three bedroom, butn JA '/-0347 Uoy—Nioht-—Weekend L-3 Business Property COMMERCIAL~PROPERTY for Mlt by owner on Hwy. 171 between First Notional and Geoio* Therlot's Grocery Store 1009 H«v 171. 433 50?S alter <:30 p.m. COMMERCIAL ZONE: For sale two bed room house. 53xlM' lot. 3603 Klrkman. 436-9819. 500 patrols. —A complete Army field hospital, embracing dozens of chocolate-brown tents each emblazoned with a huge red cross. —A natural arena to seat more than 60,000 on grassy slopes. It laces a 370-foot wide stage with its towering 55-foot e and white backdrop. There was little activit; low, for the work of the mths in preparing the site is virtually completed. The ditches, where 55,000 feet of The major (actor in the re- water pipe lay buried, are cov- duction was a large slash in the ercd. Most of the 18 miles of average rale for comprehensive electrical and telephone lines policies brought about by low arc underground, too hail and windstorm losses in „,. 19(j;j 'he tents, a rifle range, an obstacle course and other equip- Board actuaries recommended | meiit are foreign to the terrain, the new rates at ,-i hearing last'but it's still a rural scene of Texan s Get Cut In Auto Premiums AUSTIN lAI'i -- Now auto about $;{ million insurance rales, giving Texas motorists an average cut of 1.2 Tlle ll( -' u ' ''^« »rc m ct'lect per cent in premium costs, were for policies written between Ail- adopted Friday by Ihe Stale : gust 1 and July 31, 19G5. Mos' Board of Insurance. Texas motorists will get somC:^*' rpfllli'tinn in thp nisi nf tlii>ir! . Texas premium costs, now totaling about SUM million a year, an- expected to drop by Big Firms iTo Occupy LC Marina PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Kevin Foley, 13, Dorchester, Mass., who celebrates a double birthday—his own, and the nation's—! _. on the Fourth of July, was' named National Yankee Doddle Dandy Friday. Philadelphia's Freedom Week Committee selects a titleholder each year, from among boys and girls 12 and 15 years old- one from each of the 13 original states—born on July 4, The selection was started five years ago, to remind people of 'their role in creating the nation's future heritage. A three-member panel of judges chooses the winner on the basis of poise and the delivery of a two-minute essay on the subject: "What My American Freedoms Mean to Me." JULY—1964 Event Southwest Louisiana Fishing Rodon at Cameron. Downtown Value Days. McNeese State College su in m n r band concert-front, of Hudilorium on campus. liitli annual Louisiana High School Championship Rodeo, sponsored by Sulphur FFA, arena in Sulphur on Wilson Street. July H> 8 p.m. McNeese Stale College summer band concert—front of auditorium on campus. Tourist Appreciation Day. Greater Calcasieu Association of Commerce Area committee meelins: at Chateau Charles. July 'Jl 7 p.m. IN SWEDEN Shreveporter Hurt in Crash MAESRAT, Sweden (AP) - ; Clausen treated for Two young Americans injured f rac ture.s and Cnicr fur jawbone in a car crash were resting ; 1Vactures . Thcy probab | v wi comfortably at the Uppsala, ab]c U) lc , )VL ; > h( , h( ; ;,,, Academic Hospital Friday. A abou , a ffCL , k _ be Gospel be-; OV reduction in the cost of their coveracp inging Scheduled third was thanking the whim ol fate by which he escaped the violent crash that took the life | of a Swede. The head-on crash Wednesday | afternoon on the Stockholm-Upp- i ' sala Road near here involved a ! Swedish sports car and the ; Americans' German - registered sports car. ; The 23-year-old Swedish driv-! ! cr died almost instantly. The | two Americans in the other car More JFK Coins Sef For M/'nf .... ,., . ...... WASHINGTON (AI'i - Tin- landed in a ditch with injuries. mint hacl )U| |(1 k , Ko|) . SULPHUR (Soli -A "osDer thl [ d « m l n ? ail ^ dlcft -i hC1 , r i ned v half-dollars out of the auL-rnun tap i ^ y^pei car shortly before the acciden, i hanrk n( *ni>rni-iii,rv nirwinr singing school will be conducted D0 i; cc , sa ; ( i "naiws ol speculator, i;ueclor by the Garden of Grace Bible * \ Eva Adams said - but she is En route from Stockholm to j determined to torpedo hoarders' Uppsala the car was driven by! !l °P es for a P 1 ' 0 ™of Shreveport, | Miss Adams told ., Holise u uv . Baptist Church beginning Monday. The two-week school will be week. Identical rates were pro-: peace and quiet 20 miles north-1 conducted by the Rev. C. L. f,.pH .11 ji__ri^_ . * . . i i • t _ I i. _ r t-*i >i iti« I » * , «.i . . i 11CU posed by the Texas Automobile ! east of Philadelphia. Insurance Service, which repre- i SPACIOUS HOOSE, yard, trees deep , well Near new brldae. 2101 New School Rood. St,1SO.__(n-tW-_ BY OWNER: Two bedroom lui u v e Breejeway, flarocie, 770 wmnci, • .• mile West of VVcstlake, Houston River Rd SEVEN ROOM house toi soli' Boil' hull, trout porcti. 823 Lciwmuf. V.'nt ten bids occcptrd only Ldic-y Hi' ion, P. O Bon 1340. 40)3 LELA DRIVE.: Pncn Lake AIM three bcdroorm, IAO baths, built M'. c.enlral heat, oir tonditioricr, ot'i- tan, large tot. i,'50 down, assume pa> ments. 477-8186. BY OWNER: University Pioce ttirre hedroom, biick. carpeted, oir condition ma good ilorage, enclosed uaruge. 43.' Dolby. 477-J72?. MAGNOLIA FOREbT: lure? bedroom huoe living roon\. sepoiate dminc; room. stud,', lurae kitchen, enlraive hall. redwood fenced back yard. 38 Hoiie- shoe Lane. SULPHUR: Twi) bcdrcom di!.T hi-nx- on 100x140 lot. Huriicani' lei..ed yard lot o( trees Sellmq below upprcnsoi, J7 500. 5776151, S?7-65>3.__ CONTRABAND BO ( OLI buck home 4311 OoHown Reductd for quick iOk Three bedrooms, Iwo ceramic oathi. Air co'i ditioneib. dfopenes. iir'-piacc, ul;:it/ loom, ilorc rooms. J?2 000 477.2887 tor oppoin'nient /•SSUME LCJAN. ,'irrt- l.carooiii tionie. monthly notes. 171 00. Sunset Deie'op eis. 4/7.0J53 fj F A 1 TWO be«1roO'Vi ticime lifne i" Mo c .l Blotf on loi IOU*J)0 V8 bOO. Cufli trrivts, or t'ctrie Mo^5 BiuM Lu'nocr Company. 855 7711 LARGE THREE bedroom, two lull bains, ; family room, utility room, built-in;,, i Central heat, two V. ton umts, enclosed garoae. t-AO blocM (rorn St. : Margaret's Churcn Pnved ot in 500. ; Eaiy flnaiuing. 1016 16th. 439 6505. HOUSE FOR so'c to be mo.ed. Oak floors, o : uminum scrtem,, good v.m dorti. niLC vornlshed doors. 4774910 HOLLYWOOD: 211 Hazel, large three, bedroom, two bath, brick home on ' 100x300' lot. S17.900. 882 «72 '. BRICK, Colonial four bcdrooir e ., den, t^o baths, built-irt kitchpn. Central o t i . closed patio Fenced back>urd wi'ti lo.ely shjrbbery. 730 Vvc-il Jcftenon Dii.e. Ca^h for portion of equity ami assume notei ot i)36 plus ta*ei orid in-^rance. Phone 4363315. liO FOR J5.000 equity with good ciedii You can own a three bfcd'oom tv.o bcih, deri home with built-in kitchen TAO window oir conditioneri ond drop- rrlei. Fenced yard. All for only JI3600. L ike new cor.Bition See it ot 2933 Cen n'j' Potton or phone 433-3J1!. 413 7<tJ, Sparky Myers. L-5 Acreage SOUTH SULPHUR Korty acre trael 1 to 5 acre tracts NORTH SULPHUR 1 td 5 aero t run is PALERMO HKAL KSTATK O't-ri> IA V-634.1 Miiinl . Weekend!, )A 7-9J7'/ Due of Ihe nation's motel chains and one largest sents 344 insurance companies. of the By a unanimous vote, the major oil companies are to oc- three-man board adopted t h e ralos mahing !iu .,. e - average priwlte pron)ium lusls - L-6 Colored Property I'KCAN GKOVE for COLORED W O O U E D i. O T S On Spanish Trail Pi,k your lot ... EASY TERMS DOLAN S^lv, ii27-G3(>9 HOUSE AND LOT: Buy llk« rent. 430 l ief tTiontn. Ho. flown payment, no closing cost. Lumberman's Supply company, J06 C-Ois Street. HE 9-44'£. iEVERAL NICE oil brick two ond tnree bedroom liou^cs 1^00 block of 6lti Avenue. j.'uo tlock ot 9in and Legiun St. binall do*n payment. Income of 4350 ' pci month to quulity. Call J. N. Foau. 433-5o21. N'Ei'.'LV REDECORATED tivo bedroom l^ouie on paved corner lot. with com- pttMc batn. )IOO down, SA5 monthly. 436-7873. LARGtf LOT in popular subdivision on Opelouias Road. Near Hwc. 90 ana Interitatc 10. Juit a tew minutes from town. J25 do,vn. J15 monthly. 43y-i042 L-7 Miscellaneous ONE FURNISHED oir conditioned "camp : on West Foik. iiSOO. Will flnann'. ' 439-5983 or 433-1321. Johnny Brown. ONLY S20.0U ptr front toot lor homes or compsftci on boat canal iouth ot 1c,vn. Termb to iult buyer, no intereit tnii ,ear. HE V 'J7f>9. PALERMO duos have Jl cupy the ultra-modern L a k C It a r I e s marina and motel t .i ian ,m s j n structure on the lakcfront. two officials of Cornucopia Corp.. suid Friday afternoon. Property damage and bodily Announcement (if the sif-nnif,' injury liability - up 18 per of the leases, which will be 40- cent."Present'rates are fi.'.! per year contracts, will probably cent higher than those lor 1962. be made Monday by Voris King, General decreases were ordered chairman of the l.akel'nmt l.)e-. tor motorists in Bowie. Gregg, velopment Corp.. Phil Price Husk, Smith. Upshur and Ga'l- said. veston counties. The largest in- Both major linns have con- crease is in Webb County, lirmed bv written commitment When the boys arrive, however, setting up 26,000 two- man tents and filling up the wide open spaces with outdoor working and eating gear, the picture ,, a sscnger will be different. South Viet Nam Accused Of Infiltration Laurence, pastor of the church. Classes will be held Monday through Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Rev, Laurence said. Everyone interested in gospel singing is invited to attend the school. Classes will be held at the church which is located on Riley Street in Sulphur just off the Hackberry Highway south ; of the 1-10 intersection. owner A nf Markwill*.la ": ernmcnt Operations subcommil- hin A riis'' t0 u st u° , ll , ltends , lu ,convince those nun. A ms-i Vr , no ^^ ,],,, |, a | ves an( j ot | ici - , , • , . _ . _ . »< ti\J ill/ill l lit IIU1 \ VtTt C1I1U ULI It I tant wbUve, Landry Corkery, a, currcnt coins in hopus of proti , StaniMd University studentj" th at the market will be satur- fromipokane, Wash., asked a ted, and that hoarding is ridic- the oltrs to drop him off by a u i ous because there soon will he lake at he could go swimming, i no shortage." a police report said. ' J One of the best ways, she The accident was at Fredriks-; said, would be to continue the lund, about 12 miles south of|i964 date on coins beyond this Uppsala. The injured Americans . year. She said she believes thai were brought to the Academic ; a 1792 law requiring annual Hospital at Uppsala, about 40 j dates "must be suspended tern- miles north of Stockholm, where I porarily." their plans for occupancy, and Collision-Down .5 per cent. : the signings are expected to be 'Hates ^ 19<>3 were 8.4 per cent a formality, Bill Ueer. another above 19G2 premium costs. Cornucopia offidal said. Comprehensive "We are most happy over the developments" Price said, adding, "We look forward to the announcement from King after the holiday ends." *D UBS per cent. Medical payments — Up 8.7 per cent due to increased costs <il hospital services by Larry Hurb 1-2 Lots WATER-FRONT LOT j ttoodtd Lor 257,9' x 207.4' on Sola Road, j t +o 3 ;de j &f proper) / on Conff ubood Bw7 p uo, rei'ricled, bfeoutiiul homctite. HE 3-7211 or HE 8-8226 u tn« btd Urn* to buy Reel Ei- Mis* Today'* Opporlunitlul NEW Hl.'.'fS - ,..i| LOnvan ic-ui huit'e ui. Imot m QUO luiome boiam.e. ' PALERMO I KEAL ESTATE Ottce Kirjtit & SundOf J A 7-9577 I om opplyltifi tor clemency. TOM IVHiTESlDH July i'-o-4 -it I 'So far it's nine ads for air conditioning and one suggestion for a three-month's vacation!" TOKYO (AP)-The Communists accused South Viet Nam on Friday of trying to infiltrate - Down 15.5 ! North Viet Nam by sea and of parachuting 32 soldiers into southern Laos. They claimed both operations failed „- ...^ South yiet Nam ap _ parently was trying to create diversions in Communist North Viet Nam and t 0 sabotage the southern Laotian supply routes tor Red guerrillas fight in South Viet Nam. A broadcast from Hanoi, the Xorth Vietnamese capital, said South Vietnamese commandos landed from a naval craft June 30 un the coast of Quang Binh Province. This would mean they went ashore somewhere in tiie vicinity of the port of Dong Hoi. 40 miles north of the North Vietnamese • South Vietnamese border. The number of commandos was not given. Radio Peking carried a charge i hat a South Vietnamese plane on June 27 airdropped 32 soldiers in the Muong Nong area of southern Laos near the border of South Viet Nan. This is the area where the pro-Communist Pathet Lao has been pushing back Laos' neutralist and rightist army forces in order to tighten its hold on the supply trails leading down from North Viet Nam to the guerrillas in South Viet Nam. Laos has charged that soldiers from North Viet Nam have aided the Pathet Lao in fighting in this sector NEW LAW IN USE — Eugent Young, 13, Jackson, Miss., gets his haircut Friday in the barber shop oi ih» Hotel Mu»hltbacic in Kansas City. Kan. It wa» lh» shop's refusal Thurs- day to cut the boy's hair that touched off a sit-in by members of the Congress of Racial Equality Friday in front of the shop. The barber is Lloyd Soper. (AP WLrephoto).

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