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14 MONDAY, JULY 6, 1964, Uke Charles American Press DENNIS THE MENACE U-REAySTATE L-2 Lots WATER-FRONT LOT Wooded Lot J57.!>' x }07.4' on Salt Rood, two sides of property on Contraband Bayou, restricted, beautiful homeslte. HE 3-7211 or HE 9-8226 DOLAN Beautiful Waterfront CYPRESS COVE 260' and larne In depth oil on water. REAL ESTATE JA 7-6369 Day—Night—Weekend L-3 Business Property COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for sals by owner on HWY. "' between First National ond George Therlofs Grocery Store 1009 Hwy 171. 433-5025 alter 4:30 p.m. _ COMMERCIAL ZONE: For sale two bed room house. 53x150' lot. 3603 Klrkman. LEGAL NOTICES for sealed bids for tna construction of street paving improvements olong said streets paving , oil Tr n accordance with and as set forfh in the plans and specifications on fll« with the City Clerk, sold plans and specifications being hereby approved. Section S: In advertising for sold scaled bids, the right shall be reserved to re- any ana all bids, to waive Informali- and to select the lowest and best led ties bid of responsible bidders. LEGAL NOTICES Construction Company In the jum of Twenty Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Six Dollars ($#,874.00) for the construction of paving Improvements on certain streets within the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, as set forth In Exhibit "A" attached hereto and mode o part hereof by reference and the contract For the construction of sold paving Improvements be and the same Is aword- ... _. . _.., „,.,. ed to Flenniken Construction Company Section 6: The sealed bids received upon execution by it of written contract shall be opened In public session of this therefor, and the furnishing by It of the City Council to be held In the City Holl of Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Wednesday, the Sth day of August, 1964, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. Section 7: The aforesaid notice calllnq for sealed bids shall be substantially In the following form, to-wlt: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Pub'lc notice Is hereby given that pursuant to the provision of Sections 33013316, Inclusive, of Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950/ and a resolution adopted by the City Council, the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, does security by law, and the Mayor of the City of Lokf: Charles, Louisiana, be and he Is authorized and directed to execute a contract with Flermlken Construction Company for and on behalf of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, o copy of which contract shall be filed with the Clerk of the Council where It shall M available for public Inspection. Section 2: The checks of the unsuccessful bidders be returned to them but the check of the successful bidder be retained until written contract has been signed and executed, and th* security required hereby advertise tor sealed construction | by law lias been furnished by It. L-6 Colored Property bids and will open some on: 1. Wednesday, the Sth day of AuQust, 1964. 2. At the Council Room In the City Hall, Lake Charles, Louisiana, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock a.m. 3. For the following work: Construction of street pavinq and drainage, Improvements on certain portions of certain streets within the corporate llmlis of the Clly of Lake Charles, Louisiana, said improvements being shown on Exhibit "A" attached hereto. Tho project "Is IT MY FAULT '<*w& oc MMBA&TZ f/20<5S ONHEtf HEAD?* L-REAL ESTATE L-l Houses i L—REAL ESTATE ' L-l Houses PECAN GROVE COLORED W (J O D E D I- O T S On Spanish Trail Tick your lot ... EASY TERMS REAL ESTATE 527-6369 totals 1,850 square yards of reinforced low concrete oovemenr (approximate.) -y .. 4. All os per plans and specifications I President; prepared by D. W. Jjssen, Engineer, , President; PROJECT NO. J944-W EXHIBIT "A" Prelect "A" The construction of Portland cement concrete pavement to a width of thirty- tour feet W), together with Integral curb and gutter and with sidewalks on Orchid Street from end of exist pavement East to Seventh Avenue. Pro|ect "B" "DELETED" This resolution havlna been submitted to a vote, the veto thereon was as fol- Jerry I. Hariess, Vincrnt Abate. Jr.. Vtf.Q C. M. Jockson: Isreal La. . , , . Loke Chnrlcs, Louisiana, which plans ! Rpur; Arthur Moreno; R, E. Watson. DOLAN and specifications and proposal forms ore nn file and available for examination by prospective bidders and other Interested parties at the City Hall, Lake Charles, Louisiana, upon deposit of $25.00 said deposit to be refunded If the plans ., , and specifications are returned In gnod i meeting.) ; condition within ten (10) days from the Pursuant to motion duly mode and : receipt of bids. carried the Clly Council adjourned. 5. All bids must be sealed and will be (s) JERRY I. HARLESS, publicly opened and read at the above President at the Council. designated place _and time. Bids may j (s) ALFRED E. ROBERTS. Nays: None. Absent: None. The resolution was declared adopted on this, the 1st day ot Julv, 1964. (Other business not pertinent to the above appears In the minutes of the be submitted for the whole as a single prelect or in onn or more Hems as sbn- orale prolccts. No proposal may be with. . ._., __________ rirnwn within sixty (60) days after )he ! State of Loulslonn: above scheduled time of opening, and thn i Parish ot Calmsicu: THE BEST HABIT CALL PAULEY FIRST "WIDE OPEN SPACES" M.I 160 acres Southeast of Lake Charles C) 425 a errs East of Lake Charles i.Ti 760 acres North of Lake Charles <4» 45 acres North of West Lake '")> 40 acres South of Lake Charles Ki> M acres South of Lake Charles Frnm the land comes all the wealth. We suggest you check \\iih us sin these fine properties. PAULEY AGENCY, INC. HOUSE AND LOT: Buy like rent. S30 per month. No. Sown payment, no closing cost. Lumberman's Supply company, 306 GosS Street. HE 9-4423. SEVERAL~NICE oil brick two ond three bedroom houses 1700 block of 6th Avenue, 2200 block of 9th and Legion St. , . ........ . . . Small dawn payment. Income of $350 ( than five per cnet (5%) of )ho hid and per month to qualify. Call J. N. Foasi, | made payable to the City of Lake Charles, - : Louisiana, must accompany each bid. The chocks of the low bidders may be held Mayor of the City of Lako Charles. Attest; FLORENCE; N. MOORI-. right Is reserved to reject any and all! bids and to waive formalities. F'orence N. Moore, do hereby certify thai I am the duly qualified and NEWLYREDECORATED two bedroom house on paved corner lot, with com- ilOO down, 445 monthly. plctp bath 436-7973. 6. Certified check, equal to not less j oclina Clerk of Ihe Council of lha City ~ •-- -" ---' • "-- '' J J of Lake Charles, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. I further certify that the above ond foregoing Is o true ond correct extract copy ot the minutes of a mectlnq of the duly auaflfled and acting members of the City Council o! sold City held on tor sixty (60) days or until the contract Is signed, whichever Is sooner. Perform- once bond tor the construction Is required Fence Planned On South City Bypass Route "Fenceless" residents along the south city bypass won't be "fenceless" any longer. Arsene Stewart, director of the State Department of Highways, said today that plans are being drawn for installation of fencing along bypass areas west of Lake Street. Since the federal government participates in the interstate highway financing, the project must gain federal approval, Stewart said. However, he said bids for the fencing installation are being prepared j with the expectation that fed- i eral approval will be given. J The highway director asked j that motorists and residents in; the area take every precaution to prevent accidents in unprotected areas. Members of the Calcasieu Parish legislative delegation met with the director today in Baton Rouge. Attending were Sen. Jesse Knowles and Reps. Mike Hogan, Harry Hollins and A. J. (Tubby) Lyons. AD LIES by Larry Hurb upon execution of the confront equal lo I Wednesday, July 1st, 1964, and of a ,\ n ~~ n ~ one hundred per cent (100%) of said I resolution adopted at said rneetlrm, as MUll Ull ! ..A,,*..,,..! 1 __u u l_.,4,.- ^^A ~~f~l,,tt~ft „-„ r,flt~lt,l Hwy. n ond Interstate 10. Just a few mlnules from _>own. S25_down, $15 monthly. «»-5<M2. L-7 Miscellaneous 7. The constructor Is required to accept certificates of the municipality dal- payment of the work performed which ly of record In my possession. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my official signature and Inv shall bear Interest at the rate of not less pressed hereon the official seat of said thon four per cent (4%). , Citv this 1st day of July, 196J. - — i Loks Charlrs, Louisiana, this 1st day! (s) FLORENCE N. MOORE, ONE FURNISHED air conditioned camp of July, I'M. I Clerk ol the Counc on West Fork. Over S6500. Will finance.] CITY OF ' """ """ 940 Ryan Street 433-8516 439-5983^ or__*KH321. ^Johnny_ Brown. ONLY S20.0U per front foot for homes or campsite* on boat canal south of town. Terms to suit buyer, no Interest this year. HE 9-3789. PALERMO does have il LOTS — Nothmn down. SIS monthly ACREAGE — 10 . down HOMES — On Assumption NEW HOWES — V.'UI r.onMdcr vour home os Irodr-m ond finance balance. P A LERMO LAKE CHARLES, I July A Lo-:t.» DJ'lfll Blolr .M3-TO9 4M-77H Carter ........................................................ 4/7-7004 V.'orrrn L 'mbockrr 43V-J993 FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION ! An older substantial home In Central end Lokp Charles Hiph oreo. Hour bedrooms. Separate living and dining rooms, $14,iOO.OO. A modern four bedroom, centrally olr conditioned brick home. All rooms of oeneroui proportions. The enormous klichen-dlnlng room Is Ihe width of Ine residence — birch paneled — coppertone ranae. The den Is tremendous birch paneled, with opening to the huqs patio with permanent barbecue pit. Carpeted with exception of youth's room, den ond Kitchen. Three full ceramic boihv Loroc double Boraoe, Lot HOxISS'. J«t off Enterprise Boulevard, there Is a home ot rare charm. Central heat, Three cooling units. True fireplace In huge carpeted living room. This opens Into a lovely den with polished brick floor. In the rear wooded lawn there Is a noratous pallo developed around a hugh oak. There Is a fountain and fish p'ond. Three bedrooms, Many closets. Two complete baths. Separata lorqe formal dining room. The kitchen Is dellrjhtfully large with a definite dining area. Guest house at rear. Two car accomodatlons. The most valuable lot is 100x190'. Magnificent landscaping. FOR ACTIVE SERVICE LIST WITH VOUR EXCLUSIVE By: (s) ALFRED E. ROBERTS; Mayor. PROJECT NO. 1964-41 EXHIBIT "A" Prolcct "A'' The construction of Portland cement pavement to a width of twenty-five feet "Married or carefree?" Scranton Backers Push Rights Plank toaetrter with Integral curb and qutler and without sidewalks on V^cst La- i where they w NOTICE 70 BIDDERS Public notice Is hereby ciivcn that the First Sewerage District of Lake Charles, Louisiana will receive bids on July 7, 1964 of five o'clock (5:00) p.m. fn the Board Room at tho First Scweroqc District of (tec, take Charles, Louisiana, Grange Sfreef fo a point MO feet west of Lake Streot, following; be publicly opened for the Purchase of one (1) now Jaeger; In- This resolution havlna been submitted; nersoll-Rand; or Gardner Denver ro- lo a vole, Ihe vote thereon was as fol-1 lory or sliding vane typo air compressor | for Ihe First Sewerage District of Lake lows: Yeas: _ , President; Vincent Ahate, Jr., Vice President; C. M. Jackson; Isreal LaFleur; Arthur Moreno; R. E. Watson. Nays: None. Absent: None. Coundimen Jerry I. Harlesv : Charles, complete as per speclllcallons. - ' All bids must be submitted on bid forms, which can be obtained at the of- lice ot Ihe Director ol Public WorXs In Cily Hall. All bids must be marked on the out- The resolution was declared adopted on ' side ol tftft envelope "Bid on Air Cam- fhls, the 1st day ol July. 1964. (Other business not pertinent in the prcssor (or the First Sewerage District of Lake Charles." The First Sewerage District reserves HK.\I> 1'STA'I'K ,. Niaht R Sundew LODGE NOTICES above appears in the minute* ot the mretlnQ.) i Pursuant lo motion duly marie and < carried the City Council odtourned. ! (s) JERRY !. HARLESS, i President of the Council, I (M ALFRED E. ROBERTS, | June 26-30 July 6 Mayor nf the Clly of Lako Charles, , - NOT , C E~AGA~INST the riaht to accept or reiect any or all bids and waive technicalities. DR. THOMAS H, DELAUREAL, President of the First Sewerage District Board. -31. CLAIMS Communication l.odqo No. 4'17 Tuesday June (s) FLORENCE N. MOORE Stole ol Louisiana'. Parish of Colcoslcu: I, Florence r4. Moore- do hereby ccrtl Public nollce Is hereby fllven that the rontrocl "Reinforced Concrete Paving from Ihe Cocoanut Oil Tanks to iho Main Gale at the Lake Charles Docks," Flcn- <.iin- i "— •- --, •••- >-— ••- — •• — - .-- — — -• — • •- • i arl- niken Construction Co., Inc., Contractors - . i • — < ---- — — 1**.^ „ — i u«- K^ — „,- lo<M. 7:30 p ni. In Justice Temple, -1118 Louisiana Avenue. Krqular order of businrsv Members urged lo ullrnd, visitors cordially welcome. GUY O. PARK, Wrn. V,' E. N AGE Ml. Sec. (V that I om tho duly qualified onri or'-1 n'Ken Construction CO., inc., (.ontracmrs Inq Clerk ol !he Council of Ihe City of has been completed and has been ao Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisl- i ccpted by thfl Board of Commissioners ona i ot the Lakethorles Harbor and Term- i 'further certify that the above and lnal_ District, foregoing Is a true and correct extract copy of'the minutes of a meeting ol the duly qualified and acting members ot the City Council of sold City held on Wednesday, July 1st, 1964 and of a resolution adopted ot sold meeting, as said minutes and resolution arc otllcially of rec- Any person or persons having claims for moierlal or labor on tha obove contract is hereby notified to file claims with the Clerk of Court of Calcosleu Parish on or bctore July 7, 1964. LAKK CHARLES HARBOR & TERMINAL DISTRICT. By P. H. Chaffln, President. Claims Beaten in Mississippi KANSAS CITY (AP) -Officials of the Congress of Racial Equality said Sunday night they learned a St. Louis Negro was arrested in Mississippi, released and later found badly beaten at the home of relatives in Brooksville, Miss., where he had gone for a funeral. CORE'S national chairman, Floyd B. McKissick of Durham, N. C., told delegates to CORK convention here that relatives of George Spann, oE St. Louis, called CORE to report his disappearance and McKissick had notified (he FBT. Later, James Farmer, national director of CORE, said Spann had arrived at the home of relatives in Brooksvillc and was so badly beaten he was unable to say what had happened. McKissick said Spann's relatives reported Spann had been arrested at Columbus, Miss., on should be spent debating the constitutionality of the law. "Prompt implementation is the way to test it," he added. He also said he could not recommend to the platform committee a proposal made Sunday by a Goldwater spokesman iu San Francisco—that the party come out for putting into effect the 14th Amendment's representation penalties against s t a tes that restrict voting rights. BROKER s~ HOWELL REALTY Co. ROBERT W. REEVES, W.M. W. C. WHITE, OSec. _ Slated Conclave of Malta Commandery No. 12; KT on Monday July 6th at 7:30 p m. Masonic Temple Olticcrs and Sir Kmcjhfs ore urged Ic be niesmt, and plan for Inspection. HAROLD H. YOUNG, E C. M. L. CHRISTENSEN, Kfff. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Public nollce Is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of Sections 33013316, Inclusive, of Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes ol 1950, and n resolution adopted by the City Counclli th« City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, does hereby advertise for sealed construction bids and will open some on; 1. Wednesday, the 5lh day ot August, 196-1. 2. Al the Council Room In the Clly Hall, Lake Charles, Louisiana, ot the hour ol 9:00 o'clock a.m. South pine Street, DeQulncy, Louisiana, on July 17, 1964, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. 19J1 Chevrolet \'i ton Pickup, black, Ser. No. 3JP-E-18645, 1963 La. License No. POT-83-965. Reo,lst9red to: John G. Bou-qon, Rt. 1 Box 376, Port Allen, Louisiana. Wrecker service and storage charaes. 1954 Pontlac 1 dr. tfardlop, nray, Ser. No. K8XH13984, 1963 Texas License No. SS-<S90. Owner Unknown. Storage charg- i9S8 DeSolo 1 dr. Hardtop, cireen and white, Ser. No. 55357271. 1963 Florida LI- Charleston Hotel Lobby Lucille Howell 477-47M Hownrd Cottrr Ruth GobBfit 433-7418 l.ouiic Cnrtoll Ilealtor HE 3-5207 439-5868 433-906? staled communication of'.. 3 - For Hie loltojvlmi work. Construe- Crrl5 e' No.' 9W-75W8, Owner Unknown. - iulphur Lodge No. 424 THE MONEY You put into your o\vn home Ni't spout! It's saved! It's the host savings plan that you can give to your family. OAK PARK Beautifully shrubbed corner and o tmp biq family home. We d like you lo IM- H Home has central air and heat. 'S Pforooms, 2 baths, big paneled den. Big |i».ng room with dining area, lu-urlous carpeting In the 3 bedrooms, and l:v!nT room. Dishwasher In the kitchen. Very good aria, s 100x150* WOODED />) fQ — Qiit) O it"" b» home — Crntrn! nir [ ii.i'"oj* i rnprts in Hi* wooded lot. ' livinq room v,ith 7V Ktt.-hcn L ornr 'f 1 rjororje Heavily -. ... Monday evening, July 6, 1964, at 7:30 p.m. i o r Ihe transaction of business. Officer* and members are uriied to be present. Visltlnn' brethern cordially invited. P.\T L. JERNIGAN, W.M., CHARLES F. RAY, Sec. _ Staled communication of John C. Aycrs Lodcie No. 437 F&AM Monday July •I, ot 7:.W p m. Req. iilnr ordci ef business. c ] tlon of street pavlnq and drainage Ini' provemenls on certain portions of certain streets within the corporate limits ot the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, said Im- ( provcments being shown on Exhibit "A" attached hereto. The project totals 1,850 square yards of reinforced concrete pavement (aporoximato.) •i. All as pur plans and specifications prepared by D. W. Jcssen, Gnqlneer, Lake Charles, Louisiana, which plans and specifications and proposal forms are on file and available for examination by prospective bidders ond other Interested parties at the Cil/ Hall, Lake Charles, Louisiana, upon deposit ol S7S.OO said Spann had been released at 4 a.m. The next word they received was from Brooksvillc. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-The 1964 Republican platform writers start work today under formal notice from the Scranton camp that the fight over a civil rights plank is on. Platform comrniltce Chairman Rep. Mclvin R. Laird of Wisconsin said at a news conference that Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton told him Sunday by letter and in a telephone conversation his backers will press for a party declaration that the 1064 Civil Rights Act is constitutional. This amounts to a challenge to supporters of Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, who make up a majority of the platform committee. Laird, preparing for a week's hearings with former Ambassador Claire Boolhe Luce as the first witness tonight, repeated he does not think fhe week 'Out-of-Sfate' Welfare Bill Awaits Action BATON ROUGE (AP) - A bill to allow the state to pay the transportation costs of welfare ; . , . - i ""V ini^ »jiijinjij v't iin_ cj i ire i i recipients who wish to leave! ,,, e addiUonal responsibility of the state and receive a year s | officia , vjsi(or (o Mc(hodisl work welfare support cleared a Sen-, in Central and South Amorica Bishop Walton Reappointed To State Post DALLAS, Tex. (SpU - Bishop Aubrey G. Walton of New Orleans, was reappointed bishop of the Louisiana Area of Ihe Methodist church for the next (our years during the quadren- nia jurisdiction conference held here recently. The Louisiana area w a s ] formed as an episcopal area in 1960. It comprises only one annual conference, the Louisiana, but the bishop of the area has r.ursl speaker Brother j doposit to bo relundcd if lhe ploir, ond Trn«ii E Guihrnilh, suh- ' specifications cue returned in qood con ,,-,!• "The- Diok.-n Col i dition within ten UO) days Irom the ic ,'.l!,o quiz program I ccipt ol bid 1 .. Pearl River Search Area /s Expanded PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) —A detail of highway patrol in' vestigators took to boats today on Ihe Pearl River in a new phase of (lie 11-day-old search ate committee today. The measure returned to the Senate floor to await a final legislative vote. It passed the House earlier. Sen. Harold Montgomery, Doy- In his report to the conference, Bishop Walton said a vigorous effort in the field of evangelism is being made. For the first three years of this quadmi- G REALTOR TOTAL 1'KICE $10,500 if ,ou con use a ? bedroom home we i/r.'it you to see this rnf ll'is o tine big paneled den, lurge utility Unit air rondltlon- ino Good tinonclna available, c. KKNTAL $(>5 Lciine home wilh den. Southern part ot town. UH)5 Ryan St. HE 3-9447 unin lonriucled by B r o t h e i Marts L. Chrislensen. Ol- liceis find members uraed to attend. Visitlnri brelh- ion always welcome. f. HOLLAWAY, W M-. CATON LAHGSTON, Sec. W. 1 I cm applying tor clemency. JACK H. BARRETT JR.. ! June 26-30-July 6 —3lt i PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OP LAKE CHARLES, STATE OF LOUISIANA, TAKEN AT THE REGULAR MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST, 1944. The City Council of tlto Cily of Loke State ol Louisiana, met in regu UILLORY i. All bids musl be scaled ond will be oppm.-d ar,d read al the above designated place and time. Bids may be submitted tor the whole as a sinqie project or in one or more Items as separate projects. No proposal muy be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after t h e obove scheduled time ot opening* and the right Is reserved to reject any ond all bids and to waive formalities. 6. Certified check, equal lo not less thon five per cent (5%) ot lhe bid and Charles, Louisiana, must accompany each bid Tr>» checks ot the low bidders may be held for sixty (60) days or until the contract Is Signed, whichever Is sooner. Herfortviance bond for the construction Is required upon execution of Ihe contract Wrrrker service ond storane charqe-s. 1751 Oldsmoblle convertible, yellow. Ser. No. 527A5007, 1963 Louisiana License No. 915036. Owner Unknown. Wrecker service and storage charges. July 6. _ -'t Youth Admits Slaying His Stepmother HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP)The. district attorney said today Phillip Jerome Oliver, 17, had admitted beating his stepmother to death because he was an-1 the banks, gry at her about "a lot of little j Previous exploration on the linc, asked approval and wasjnium, in,6-15 persons were re- granted it by the Senate Judi- i ceived on profession of failh, Ihe eiary C Committee. He said if j bishop added, welfare recipients choose they' can go north or anywhere else i Thc conference is operating an and continue to get state sup- \ acUve program on Christian edu- . for three workers. missing civil rights The patrolmen planned lo search the river in two motorboats from just north of Philadelphia in Neshoba County, 20 miles westward, to near Carthage, in Leake County. This is a surface search of the water and port for a year. Sen. G. R. Lee, Alexandria, questioned whether the state could legally give welfare aid to persons living out of state. Montgomery said the bill would make it legal. cation with nearly 80,000 members enrolled in Method i s t church schools, Bishop Walton said. He also announced plans for the erection of a Methodist hospital in New Orleans. The mas- i t j . i ( * *"' ''' *' *- * * v/ * ' ^ "'' ** • A i j c j j i ci ;v" U-o suggested there was a ; |cr ,.,„ ca , ls f 45fl b d possjbilily such persons could j approximatc cost o[ ?115 mjl . return to Louisiana alter their! 1JOI ' according to lhe * bjsn things," Pearl River has been in the I tUUJJCU UpU't C^t t UMWlt 1/flMUl.UlMIUt-l QJ I- _ . equal to one hundred per cent (ioo%> rjj s t. Ally. James Finch said! form of dragging operations -, T, j_.'. . t __ i^ . _„.,i,,.,4 irt. ^^- *.,\t\t~iri f\\\\jf\t* ti<rtiilrl V)p cVlHl'^PQ 1 OVCI* lirniiCCl ^ rpicnnc 7. Tho constructor is required to ac- \ young Oliver i ' . REAL ESTATE & 1NSUHANCK LEISURE LIVING BIG °LAKK NKW SUMMER HOME I orge tlv.nrj arc-o. double tarpon down- la i.'jilivan //nne Herndon Donna Cars ... Paul C-ulllory . OR 7-0347 OR 7-3690 GR7-i453 HE 6-5900 . lor sesilon at its regular nirt'hng place ) cept certificates of the municipality in ; ' ... „,.._,!„,. IJ Q In the City Hall. Lake Chnrlcs, Louisl- i payment ot the work perlormed whkh With miirOer. lie ona on Wednesday, July ist. mt, ot . snail bear interest ot the rote of not y . uu o clock Q.m, less Inon tour per com t«i oj, There were present the lt>Ho*lnn iCoun- i Lake (Charles. Louisiana, this 1st day nii\mr Mpanwhilf> 400 cailrvro i^nit. /l'iv o UllVer lUtdllNMllIL, -iUU S31I01 S C011- tidy d Bishop Walton included in his ! report the construction now un| derway at Centenary College in I Shreveport, new church facilit- ! ies, and a report on the Christian i World Mission. j He also announced that the TMTHM RAITPP /API .j episcopal residence has been BATON ROUGE (AP) - A j erected in New Orleans and is Senate committee approved to-1 now occup j ed by the bishop and i ;iv a HnusfMiasspd hill tn a - i,;,, ,,,;r,, ' Senate Gets Prison Good Behavior Bill passed bill to al-'^jg \ v ife. stairs. IAO bc-urooms, bam, combination den-livlnq ruom and kitchen up• tuirv Complete with electric bullions, private boat slip. On blacktop at ion Subdivision. Ideal tor home. BROWN-LILES ' BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. 433-7777 Can Imonee small down payment O'ANER TRANSFERRED: Ttitee 0<.'d. room brick, central heot, olr conditioners. Soutn Lake Charles, i.-no.i eqult/. 477-U49. HOUSE FOR SALE: To be mooted We bu,- houses to te mc.'eo Coil G Dai- Die. 433-2323, House /Aovmg Conuoc- lois. _ M. Jackson. Isreal LaFleur; Arthur Moreno; K. E. Watbon. There were absent: None. The City Council of the Cily of Lakc- Chariev Louisiana, was duly convened by Jerry I. Horieis, President, who announced that tne Council was ready for (lie transaction of business. A motion was made by Councilman Moreno, seconded by Councilman Watson, to adopt the following proposed resolution entitled and reading as follows, which was Introduced ot the regular meeting of Ihls Council on the I7ih day Five' bedroom, two ! of June,_ 1964, read in full by the Clerk den F7cn.h-C.olonial. Located 2026 22nd bitcct. Eddie, Austin (Builder). «37453. _. SULPHUR ASSUME LOAN Street three bedroom brick IV: M-!-. dead end. Paved street. Itt blocks tram s t.ool Very small equity and OS- kuii-e loan CALL NOW . , DOLAN STAT, 527-6369 'Retirement Sulphur "COMPLETED of the Countil and the dais of passage thereof tixed 'or the tirst regular council meeting doy occurring more than seven days after me date of publication of CITY OF LAKE CHARLF.S. By: (s) ALFRED E. ROBERTS. Mayor. PROJECT NO. 1964-41 EXHIBIT "A" Project "A" The construction of Portland cement pavement to a width of iweniy-five 'eel av a f u u s t a t e ment on the tinued their ground search in i low slate prison inmates to be . o ^.f „« ' ^u /~* ^i, i>' i » t i • i r • slaving of Ml'S H. E. OIlVCl', 38, : tile Cartilage 31'Ca, and alSO • granted double tlllle CUtS from i northeast of Philaelhia in hei sentenc for od beh- eight days ago. Grange^trccl to a point 660 led west o! her W'ith 3 '' Mrs. Oliver was killed at the Winston County. Haltiesburg home. Finch quoted ' young Oliver as saying he came i iip behind her as she sat at the I dining room table and slugged, |c EnoiiieSrinG wrench. ! - - _ ^ " northeast of Philadelphia, in | their sentence for good beha- ' 3I /•» 1 1 ;COilGQ6 3 CTO SAi E or trode' Lorn* two story the notice of Introduction. The Council j Choi ies, S'ate ot Louisiana, met in ica hnm» Flaht rooms ond two baths. Lo-i noted that noiici; ot the introduction oi i leu M-siion ot its rs-.iuior nv.otinii plo I-H7IJ tsth Street For more infer- : tne said resolut'On lioU been duly pub-i in tho City Hall LUKL- C'liarii-s, l.oji: motion call 436-3456. ' : (.'.•- ned "' llle Lokc Ch;!ri t -s American ona, on Officers said the youth left PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL home in the family pickup j ST F AT T E HE OF' T LOU < IS F IANA^ E TAKEN L AT' truck - driving over 2.000 miles: INGLEWOOD, Calif. (Spl.'l—. THE REGULAR MEETING HELD ON ' during the \\eck before he tele-! Arthur James Haves Jr. son of measures vwc rixic cr^i ti v tut v I^T IQAA |J ,, v' JLI^II n< phoned Louisiana state police; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayes Sr, sponsored by^ Hep. Lantz \\o- WEDNESDAY, JULY The City Council ot th 1964. Clly Of LoKo vior. The measure, which now goes to the Senate floor for final i legislative action, would allow 1 about SOO prison inmates to gain parole eligibility right ; away. ; The Senate Judiciary C Committee killed two companion to (lie legislation Over $800 Is Missing After Burglary Here ASSUME LOAN Miu-hell Sin-el. Pay No <j!ily preseiu noli? due. Three bedrooms. SEPARATE dining room, oak floors. SKFAKATK double garage. Large lot IX-ad t-iid siri-et. COME AND GET IT DOLAN Sulpliur SALE OR TRADE In o qun-t nel-jliborhood. near St. Mor- Qorf:s. i»o bedrooms. Evcelient condition II >eu like tins oi to. but have 0 home elsewhere, see us tor o trode. GRANGER REAL ESTATE 477-2109 SEVEN RC'Or.'.V four bedroom, two bom home tow down poinit-nt. For salt i, i- owner. 3JI3 &reinwii.n Boulevard 477 2049. <10 f-OR 5.5300 equity wnn good creait You can own a three bedroom, two batn, a«.'n hornc wtn built-in kitchen Two window olr Lonaitioners and drop- limned in the Lake Ch'irU-s American f j ff?ts m us isiuc ot the 25th clay o* June. 9.00 o^Joek a tn. i .'6; and haa rcmumcd on lite Vvith tne Tne/'i.' wt-re 1 preit-/il tha io;)ortjn;j Coun CU-tk ol the Council lor public inspection ei;meiv Jeri / 1. Hai ie:.s, Prebiatnl \LII- r.ot k-bb ti.^n si?,i--n davs pricr to this eent Atjale Jr. ( VKC Prc5'dt-ni; C. Al. auie i Jackson, isreol LaFieur, Ailhur Worcrio. RESOLUTION NO. 15-64 h £. IVolbOn. A Resolution loimoliy ordering the con TIILTC wcte absent: None. Mruc'ion ot paving Improvement* o;i i The Cify' Council of Uic- City cf Loke ceiioln portions cl cortaln streets with- ; Charles, Louisiana, was ciuiy convcne-d in the corporate limits of the City ol b» Jerry I. Hariess, Piesidc-nt, urio cn- lukc Charles, Louibiona. approving the nounced that the Council was reajy tor p:uns and specifications therefor, ond ' the transaction of Business. Ouihori:ing and directing the Mayor of A motion wos mode b>' Coonc.inian •-aid City to oovvrhi-e tor it'Olcd t>lds V.'utson. seeondud fay iCouiKiin-on je^k- tr.r the construction of soid work ond son, to ooopt me tulio^iMq propo^eo res- djeetina tfie oniny of public nonce oiufion enfuied and from a service station near Cov- 200 Libby St., Lake Charles, i»'«'k. Franklin Parish, a floor leader tor " " Over $800 was reported missing in one of two burglaries re- Gov. John McKeilh- ported lo the Lake Charles City Police over Ihe weekend. requested llial Ihe 1 inRton. La. was graduated this week from The youth gut as far as the the College of Engineering at Mexican border then headed Nurihrup Institute of Technok)- back toward Mississippi and gy. where he was awarded the spent the nisht at a boy bachelor of science degree in scout camp near Slidell, La., be"- -aeronautical and astronautical cut off incenthe pay to prison- loog C)oni ,, n ,, fore deciding to turn himself in i engineering. ers, and provided payment of \Voniack two bills be killed. These measures would have ,,., . . Ihe money was reported taken in lhe burglary of (ho residence of .Mrs. John Guidry at Sunday, Finch said. While pursuing his studies at ?25 lo inmates released from the Young Oliver was returned to'N'orthrop Tech, Hayes was sec- 'penitentiary. llattiesburg this morning. In lhe fo'ru of The Louisiana Be it' reiOlvwiV/ the Cily Council of the City or Lake Cr.jfros, LPuriiana, in s-tssion convt-nud, that: Sec rion I • The i onMruction of pa>. ing iniprovi-nivnti on it'c ' fne s'rtoib aosJ'jnafea In " provided by vthuh «%os introduced at the te«.ji.''.a! m«.tt <ve ot Tifie 33 ing of K.iS Council en the 1 'in clj, CT Sialutts ct 1-J50 ' June, Mt>4, tc-od in tusl by tno Clerk oi ne Couiic-U and 'he da to ot passage irtrc- ;t lixed for Ihc liri! tegular co^ncM iiect jnc; dov occur r IIHI inert- ihon ic. •. n la,i utter the date o'f publication ct inc introauction Tne C o u n 527-6369 spork/ cries. Fcnctd ,ard. An tor only *!3.«00. ui ,,. t ,.,^,, wv; ,,, J ,, u , lw „, ^, „ nt<v condition ice H at 2VW t>i.n- hercto attathed, iaid streets bemj *ilhin Potion or phone 433-33:7, <33-7465. t , le corpotale limits ot tne City ot Lake LULPHUR Two tjedr&om, dc.-i ho'-ie on loCxUO lot Hurricane lenced ,'ara ,ot of trees Sclnng below cppioiial. i/500. Xl-l'H. il.'iiJo- HOUSE AND T went,-two o^res of land. SU mlici northeast^ ol Glllis L 43J 5K5. 524 ROSALIE Three bedroom brick borne on large wooded lot. Cyclone fenctd. Paving paid. Can be refinanced by FHA. ONLY $14,500. NO EG'JITT'. Three bearoom. Hi batn bride home. Carpel, draperies, (enced polio. 20) j 14!n Street. <36 3287. ENOLISH BAYOU: tJew Itirce b.rdroom t';- rti-n dci-p water wt p 'l S7,SOO. Will con^iacf "cidi.. Kusrintr Lumber Compon,. HE S 2481 OAH PARK No cosn needed Rem-d- t^o 1^0 bedrooms Tttiee r,otcs tivc. 4337415 Wood Realty. BY OvVNER- University Piote three bedroom. fciiLK. carpeted, air c.ondilion: IT; .-,ood storage, enclosed aora^e. 43'.' Domy 4:'7-3?;-9 Your merchants' advertising in this i.ewspapL-r bi'luys you news eif cfian^fS in styles, rv; bargains are, and \shat Chai Ies. Louisiunj. be and ttu- same Is hi-re by o roared ond dirttl'.'d in o •-<."-oid- cnce ttiln the tesobtion of Inltntion adopt- t'd by me C'lv Coun-'il of ir-e City o* Luke Ct'.Ofits, Lou^iorvo, on the 1'Gtn duy C 1 ^ ,Vu,- !'«t'J. Section ?: The ja.a inipro-.enicnth, ihcj;; torvj^t of the paving ot me portions ot Ihe send it reels as herein set Ovit and as sho»vn by tne plans ana speciti- cat!0ns on file vvuh the City Clerk. S-.ction 3: The total cost of each pro.eit shall be chargeable to t-och let or parcel o* itoi estate abutting the impro 1 .e- ments In coch proic-cl in proportton of ; suia lot or parcel cf real estate Dears 10 i a'; the abutting lots or parcei^ of rt-o) ' eijTate lo oe impro.ed in tne same proi j e;t inoll be properijont-d and pa.-d ior io uu crdance wilh ine provisions of Sec- j 1-Dni 3JC1 3J)6, inclusive ui Title 33 oi ' ti'it- Lo^iMono ^e.isc-d S'-iutts of 1V50 (R. portions noted that notice oi trie introauciion ot the void resoiaiion hod Dvt-n au!/ PUD- libhvd in the Lake Chants pri-^s in its isioe ol tne 2Vn da> c' Junc Kc-i, and had ren-.UinLd on tiV v\,:^ !n L - Cu:rk cl tne Council tor puDi:-: i'v.;,i: • Ton !->:•' it-S Iheti it^tn dj>i pi,cr !j "uESOLUHON NO. U (,» K-.-n Conbjri;i.lion CL'nipjMf lor t.'it CO.':- sUuclion oi paving UVPI Onsrienls \n Cfrtcim itrtcla within ins Cn, ot Lake Charles,- Louisiana and ajthorUmg !ne A'.oior to execute a contract v.i:n CORE Re-Elects North Carolina Man Chairman rotary of his senior class. Hayes is a graduate of \V. 0. Boston High School in L a k e : Charles. KANSAS CJTY lAPi-KKnd H. McKissick ot Jiurliam, N.C., Sunday was re-elected naliunal chairman ft' the Congress, ol Racial Equaht\ . Former Estate Of Financier To Be Auctioned Storks Man !s Hurt In Auto Mishap Entrance to the home w a s made through a rear window sometime between 3 p.m. Friday and 1:30 p.m. Sunday, according 10 investigating' officers. Also under investigation is the burglary of the Lacrete, inc. office at 2101 Common St. STAHKS iSp! i — A 34-year- An attempt was made to open ld Stark^ n.un wus injured Sun- a cigarette vending machine in the establishment but ca?h in a drawer of the office was over- Ua\ Mitt-moon when he druve into ^hallow water at the Managan Pumping Station on the looked after the drawer was Ihc ' j ~^^'! u] ' ! 'a',a"cTec^ed ^, .., new • ,- » uie tract has bi-'t-n s^jnca and tnv it-Cur.Iv r>-Qj:reJ D fcc-eh turnib^.ed br i" rn.I...a E,' the Cn; the Cily c( LG^e C'.ji :i ^ Lc j t. X' 3JO! ?j -'j!6). rcouiar se^non L0n.eni:a mat Lt'-i.on 4 Tut t.'.a.oi tv und ne is Section \ The Cn» Coun:,n ot in.? Cit> ]nt-fi.-t^ t.'iipoAereJ. aurfiari:fd and at- of La*e Charits. ac'ing os tr t go.ern- Irti'td 'o be r.aused to be Duuiiintd, In I Ing authority of said Cllx. DtreB/ oc-! urban accordance with la*, a notice calling cents tne ijld iuamltted by Flenniken I ' SARANAC l.AKK, NY. i.\P. —The onetime summer estate Rudolph Lombard of New Or- of the late Isaac; Newton Selig- Sabme River" four miles south- opened, detectives said. leans was re-elected first vice man, international fmancer. will WtSl ll{ hcrt cliainnan. be auctioned Saturday. llaruld ?aul Buxlon _ 34> was Five persons were elected to i Sehgman, who died m 1917, , a k en irum ilie water to Bishup newly created posts as regional -was president of J.&VV. Selig- Hospital in DeQuinc-y and then vice chairman. They included man & Co.. whose financial traasl'erred to a New Orleans to Sheriff ' la * hab Oretha Castle of New Orleans dealings included the rehabihta- i)o>pi!al, according c;un,.ii oi for the South central region. '.ion of Venezuela. Henry A. Kcid. Spearsville Man Drowns in Pond Louisiana was classified as an There will be 538 than SPEARSVILLE, La. .AP. Reid said the man sustained Stewart Hall 21, oi Spearsviile electoral a possible neck fracture in the Union Parish, drowned Satur- j u» rtennihcn > . . .• .\ /•• ,• - *A-/\ ; ...-- state lor Die first tmie m 19oO. i year. a rural; votes cast for President this; a c c i d e n t which occurred at; day while swimming in a farm i about 4 p.m. ipond near here.

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