The Daily Review from Morgan City, Louisiana on August 27, 1968 · 3
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Morgan City, Louisiana
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Tuesday, August 27, 1968
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FINALIZING PLANS for their upcoming T Club sponsored football jamboree on Friday were these officers of that club last night, from the left seated are: B.C.Fernandez, secretary and Bob Fenn president, standing is Thomas Hamilton treasurer and Doctor Arnold vice president. The club expects an overflow crowd for the grid jamboree which features the four Saints Cut Little COVINGTON. La. (AP) -Quarterback Billy Kilmer may be on the sidelines this Saturday when the New Orleans Saints play the Atlanta Falcons in a National Football League exhibition game. Saints Coach Tom Fears said today he is undecided whether to let Kilmer sit on the bench. Kilmer has been nursing a groin injury for the past two weeks. "I've got to rest him," said Fears. "We couldn't go without him last. week. If he comes along better later in the week, I may play him. But the way he feels now, there's a good chance he won't play at Atlanta." If Kilmer is held out, it would give Fears a good look at Karl Sweetan, recently acquired from the Detroit Lions. Sweetan was in for one play last Sunday in the Saints' 40-27 victory over Cleveland. The Saints trimmed eight players, including veterans Obert Logan ands Ray Rissmiller, from their roster Monday. The cuts left the Saints with 47 active players, two below the maximum number allowed as of Monday by the"' fflSEE II We can make that dream home a reality for your family with a Mortgage Loan custom-tailored to your needs. Our loan experts are at your service with sound advice backed by years of experience. Come in, talk it over . . . you'll save time, money. FHA-VA-CONVENTIONAL HOME LOANS AND 1101 SEVENTH ST. "0" & The National Football League. Both Logan, a safety, and Rissmiller. a tackle who launched a nightclub career as the "Singing Saint" in the offseason here, saw extensive service with New Orleans in 1967, the team's initial year. Officials of the team said some of the eight players cleared through the waiver list Monday would be put on the New Orleans taxi squad. They declined to name them, however. Also cut was defensive halfback George Youngblood a third year man who was picked up by the Saints on waivers from Cleveland late in the 1967 season. Rookies dropped were quarterback Ronnie South, center Jim Ferguson, linebacker Don Hayes, tackle Mike Rengel and flanker Dave Szymakowski. It left only five rookies, two of them free agents, in camp. Rissmiller, drafted in the 1965 second round by Philadelphia after college ball at Georgia, was acquired from the Eagles in the expansion draft. He was regular left tackle for the team last season until sidelined ' bv an ankle injury for the rinal three games. Savings Earn 4 TECHE KMWkl SAVING: LOAN ASSOCIATION MORGAN area schools in two games of twenty minute duration each. The first tilt between Central Catholic and Patterson is set for 7:30 and die final fray will be Morgan City and Berwick immediately after the first game. A brief ceremony starts at 7:15 when the guests will be introduced. (Review Photo) "Singing" Saint Logan was the regular "free safety last year after' being acquired from Dallas in the expansion draft. He was signed by the Cowboys as a free agent in 1965. Acquisition of safeties Ross Fichtner and Elbert Kim-brough this year apparently left no room for Logan. Szymakowski, from West Texas State, was the Saints No. 3 draft choice last winter; South, from Arkansas, was drafted in the fifth round; and Ferguson, who played at Southern California, was a 17th round pick. Hayes, from Georgia; and Rengel, from Hawaii, were signed as free agents. Elsehwere in pro football, outs made Monday included: Rookie linebacker Jerry Richardson from Mississippi, the seventh-round draft choice of San Francisco. Defensive back Jimmy Heidel, formerly of Ole Miss, by the New York Jets, who picked him up earlier on waivers from the Saints. Rookie defensive back Sammy Grezaffi of Louisiana State, drafted seventh, and rookie linebacker Wayne "Mac" McClure - from Ole i MiSS. , . --;U DON T WAIT . . . COUMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY CITY Atchafelaya Bit Club Horse The AB & BC final show of the season on Sunday was a big success. Ninety horses were shown at halter and in some of the "Pee Wee" - events, over thirty young- sters participated. Here are the results: Halter Classes - Open 1968 Stallions 1st - "Jody Buck" - Robert Hill, 2nd - Billy Ladd -Bill Mestayer, 3rd - Kelly 11 - Kippy Clement. 4th -Little Red - Kippy Clement. 1967 Stallions 1st - Ute's Silver Sage -Charles Guarisco, 2nd -Ramblin Red - George Lewis, 3rd - Smokey of Big E - Bill Elliott, 4th-Smokey's Marvel - Leroy Lerrette. 5th - Little Feller - June Alleman. 1966 Stallions 1st - Super Jackpot -James Provost, 2nd - Eagle Ray - Fred Robichaux, 3rd-Lippy Captain - Mark Ka perton. 4th - Peso's Spotted Hand - Blue Beadle, 5th -Socks Nite - Charles Guarisco. Aged Stallions 1st - Cherry Leo - Paris Broussard, 2nd - Jim Yo Yo - Fred Robichaux, 3rd -Pistol Tonka B - Ruby Gui-dry. 1968 Mares 1st - Unnamed - Robert Hill, 2nd - Miss Chic Bars -Missy Thesmar, 3rd - Unnamed - Hilton Leger, 4th -Boos Poka-Dot - Zell Lle-wellyen, 5th - Laura Surprise - Bonnie Varnum, 1967 Mares 1st - Super Arrow Bud -Fred Robichaux, 2nd - Doco Sugar - Roy LeBlanc, 3rd -Oh My Goodness - Fletcher Allen, 4th - Tress Bess Mc-Que - Frank Kenry III, 5th -Tiny Cloud - Marvin Besse. 1966 Mares 1st - Super Lady Bug - A. J. Kern, 2nd - MissDodger Deck - Brenda Jorden, 3rd -Bar V Beauty - Alton Mi-zell, 4th - Pudden Candy -Joe Bailey. Aged Mares 1st - Goldie Pudden -Ruth Raymond, 2nd - Sue Stinger -Roy LeBlanc, 3rd - Poco Cutter - Mark Caperton, 4th - Baker's Fasination -Pam Irwin, 5th - Cody Star -Ray. Guarisco. . ; Geldings ; 3: yrs. , and -under INVESTIGATE NOW! 384-0653 .. & Bridle Show Results 1st - Thunder - Paul Nunez, 2nd - Puddens Brown -Eugene Boudreux, 3rd - Poco Kapple - Keith Kapple, 4th -Melea's Rondo - Arnold Mo-laison, 5th - Nugget - Joey Trahan, Geldins 4 yrs. and over 1st - Echo Ed- Bill Fal-gout, 2nd - Kandike - Charles Guarisco, 3rd - River Gambler - Robert Kapple, 4th - El Fox - Pam Irwin, 5th - Danny Boy - Mike Dowden. 1968 Stallions - Appaloosa 1st - Kelly II - Pete Kel-i ler, 2nd - Cherry Chip -"Paris Broussard, 3rd -Cherry's Flying Cloud -Terry Giroir, 4th - Monty's Pride Corrine Montgomery, 5th - Little Red -' Kippy Clements. ' 1967 Stallions - Appaloosa ' 1st - Ute's Saver Sage -I Charles Guarisco. 2nd -I Smokey of Big E - Billy El-i liott, 3rd - Peso's Payute -Marvin Besse, Sr., 4th-Smokey's Marvel - Leroy yLerrette, 5th - Ronnie Joe -Craig Clements. 1966 Stallions - Appaloosa 1st - Wilbur - Blue Beadle, 2nd - Rose Ridge Plainsman - Larry Grantham. Vged Stallions - Appaloosa 1st - Chery Leon - Paris Broussard, 2nd - Pistol Tonka - Rudy Guidry, 3rd -Tarzan Kid - John Alleman, 4th - Star Buck - Steve Smith, 5th - Big Snow -Lynn Bent. 1968 Mares - Appaloosa . ... 1st - Laura's Surprise -Honnie Varnum, 2nd - Bops P"ok -A-Dot - Zell Llewellyn. ?67 Mares - Appaloosa List - Oh My Goodness -Fletcher Allen, 2nd - Bonnie Hands - Percy Raymond, 3dl - Frosty - Roy LeBlanc, 4th - Tiny Cloud - Marvin Besse, Sr.. 5th - Peso's Princess - Marvin besse, .Jr. 1966 Mares - Appaloosa t 1st - Pretty Gal - Kim Burton. Aged Mares - Appaloosa 1st - Fonseca's Baby Doll -Kathy LeCompte, 2nd - Kramer's Red Lady - Kim Pet- .'erson, 3rd - Hot Heel -Taylor Groom, 4th Baker's Fasination - Pam Irwin, 5th - ; Susie - Nancy Thibodaux. . i5eldings;;3 .yrs. .and under,- . si' 1st .Thunder,-.-Paul' Nu-i nez r 2nd -n Pesos Lob - Bobby Smith, 3rd - Peco's Jr. - Roy LeBlanc. Gelding's 4 yrs. and over - Appaloosa s 1st - Peso's Top Hand -Kim Peterson, 2nd - Red River - Sweet Williams, 3rd - Teeger's Medicine Man - D.J. Kern, 4th - Teco -Jodie Russo. Performance Classes Junior Western Pleasure 1st - Miss Poco Pudden -Ronnie Leger, 2nd - Tewa, "Jr. - Sandi Rhodes, 3rd -Busty Bill - Bo Bo Aycock, 4th - Fonseca's Baby Doll -Cathy LeCompte. 5th - Danny Boy - Mike Dowden. Senior Western Pleasure t 1st - Jess Cutter - Missy Thesmar, 2nd - Fonseca's Red Dog - Frank Henry III, 3rd - Lady Bo - C.L. ;Viator, 4th - Miss Poco fc. - For a 5-pack-full of pleasure GO EDWARD America's Largest Selling Cigar PAINT SALE Discontinued colors ... dented cans. All first grade paint. Sherwin-Williams KemTone - Reg. $7.69 - $3.00 Gal. Old South Latex - Reg. $6.95 - $1 00 Gal Sherwin-Williams Excello Enam. Reg. $13.00 2$5 Woosley Marine Paint - Reg. $12.00 $6.00 Gal. 50 Antique Kits - 50 Off Reg. Price First come . . . First served G&B PAINT STORE 219 Everett Morgan City HO HIGH POINT WINNERS for the year for all of the Atchafalaya Bit and Bridle Club horse shows are shown with the. saddles that they won for that honor are: Danny Moncado, pee Wee winner, Sandi Rhodes Pudden - Hilton Leger, 5th-Poco Kappel - Robert Kappel. Junior Reining 1st - Thunder- - Larry Lewis. 2nd - Dusty Bill -BoBo Aycock, 3rd - Baker's Fasination - Pam Irwin, 4th-River Gambler - Bobby Kappel, 5th - Tewa, Jr. - Sandi Rhodes. ; Senior Reining 1st Limey - Carl Ples-sala, 2nd - King Jodie Twist-Harold Boudreaux, 3rd -Linda - C.L. Viator, 4th -Little Joe - Billy Elliot, 5th - Pistol Tonka B - Rudy Guidry. Pee Wee Barrels 1st - Cochese - Danny Moncado, 2nd - Sirtdy -Jeff Beadle, "' 3rd - Lucky Sue - Keith Kappel. 4th -Moses - Suzanne Caldwell, 5th - Caddo - Mike Norman. . Junior Barrels 1st" -"Rebel . Blaze'; Kathy LeBouef , 2nd - Kippy - Joe Trahan, 3rd"-' "fee - Charles Cloutier, 4th - Charlie -Sandi Rhodes', 5th - Tewa, Jr. - Sandi Rhodes. Senior Barrels 1st - Little Joe - Bill Elliot, 2nd - King Jodie Twist - Harold .Boudreaux, 3rd - Rebel Blaze - Lloyd Poinicot, 4th - Bo Jack -Bill Landry, 5th - Red Fury-Mike Marino. Pee Wee Pole Bending 1st - Choche: - Danny Moncado 2nd - Lucky Sue -Keith Kappel, 3rd - Rusty Bill - BoBo Aycock, 4th -Moses - Suzanne Caldwell, 5th - Little Lady - Debbie Ledet. Junior Pole Bending 1st - Kippy - Joe Trahan, 2nd - Charlie - Sandi Rhodes, 3rd - Rebel Blaze -Kathy LeBouef, 4th - Tewa, Jr. - Sandi Rhodes, 5th -Key Ranch King - Larry Lewis. Senior Pole Bending 1st - Rebel Blaze - Lloyd Poincot, 2nd - Linda - C.L. Viator, 3rd - King Jodie Twist - Harold Boudreaux, 4th - Miss Lou - Joe Bailey, 5th - Spooky - Anthony Valure. Junior Key Hole 1st - Tewa, Jr. - Sandi Rhodes, 2nd - Rebel Blaze -Kathy LeBouef, 3rd - Key Ranch King - Larry Lewis, 4th - Miss Jilly - Pam Irwin, 5th - Charlie - Sandi Rhodes. Senior Key Hole 1st - Little Joe - Billy Elliot, 2nd - King Jodie The OtOj RCTlaw. Moigm Otf. L Tuesdy. August 27. 1968. PAGE S Twist - Harold Boudreaux, 3rd - Linda - C.L. Viator, 4th - Chucky - Dennis Waldon, 5th - Peggy Adams-Paul Nunez. Flag Race 1st - Kippy - Joe Trahan, 2nd - Linda - C.L. Viator, 3rd - Charlie's Ike - Charles Cloutier, 4th -Lady Bee-Sandi Rhodes, 5th - Key Ranch King - Larry Lewis. Ribbon Race 1st - Cathy LeBouef & Debra Boudreaux, 2nd -C.L. Viator & Bill Landry, 3rd -Sandi Rhodes & BoBo Aycock. Barrel Pick Up Open 1st - Joe Trahan -Kippy, 2nd - Kathy LeBouef-Rebel Blaze, 3rd - Larry Lewis - Key Ranch King, 4th - Charles Cloutier -Charlie's Ike, 5th - Billy Elliot - Little Joe. Barrel Crawl 1st Marty . - . Bobby SmfthT2nd - Aprils- Terry Borden, 3rd - Chuck -Bobby Bourgeois, 4th - Lucky Sue-Kieth Kappell, 5th - Dolly -Steve Smith. High Point Trophy Winners Pee Wee High Point -Danny Moncado. Junior High Point - Kathy LeBouef, Senior - C.L. Viator. High Point (for season) Saddle Winners Pee Wee - Danny Moncado. Junior - Sandi Rhodes, Seniors - Billy Elliott. When you choose from the Otis line of Production Packers you benefit from DHC300 and this design feature! Shear Screw SHEAR DEVICES in Otis Down-Hole Production Tools have worked for you for years. Otis Packer Design Groups have used Shear Devices in the Otis Retrievable Hydraulic Packers to give you a straight pull release when you are ready to retrieve them and in the Otis Perma Drill to give you controlled, stage setting. When you shear off of a Perma-Drill, that's your indication that ifs set Help Increase Your Company's Profits . . . Men and Equipment m winner for the juniors and Billy Elliot senior winner, these three, all from Morgan City attained the highest total for all the shows and were given the saddles from the club. (Photo by Raymond's) Tickets On Sale Uovj For Grid Jcnboree Bob Fenn, chairman of the T-Club for the upcoming football jamboree announced today that tickets are now on sale for the event which annually ushers in the Shrimp and Petroleum Festival. Fenn said that tickets are selling for $1.00 for children and $1.50 for adults and that the advance price Is the same at the gate. The advance is just a convenience for the large crowd expected. Tickets are now on sale at the following business places, Fenn's Esso Station, Lavine's ,-Mobil Station. Terry's Gulf' Station, M.C. Sport Center, Guzzetta Liquor Store, along with die four participating high schools, Morgan City.Cen-tral Catholic, Berwick and Patterson. Fenn advises all to get their tickets early so that they won't have to stand In line at the gate. Jest -a- Moment Henry K. "Inky" Lee Know where a 900-pound gorilla sleeps? Anywhere he wants to! Only man who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe. Imagine that -laws and still no ment on the Ten ments! 35 million There really must be intelligent life on Mars; you don't see them spending 30 billion dollars to see if there's intelligent life on Earth. To the man who looks up, the sky is always the limit. And there's no limit to our determination to provide the finest of office supplies, at Office Supply House. OFFICE SUPPLY HOUSE 303 Everett PHONE 459-2325

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