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24 FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1965, Lob Chorlet American Prest TELEVISION LOQ WBRZ-TV (Bsion flouge) 3 KTAC-TV (Lafayette) 3 KPAC-TV (Port Arthur) 4 fcALB-TV Mlexanrlrfa) ff (O—Color; (K)—Rejwst; (P)~Pr*nilcre. KFDM-TV (Beaumont) 6 KPLC-TV (Like Charles) 7 KLFY-fV (Lafayette) 10 KBMTVTV (Beaumont) 13 - .—Indicates selected programs (This program Is presetted a» a public service by ihe Lake Charles American Press, which is not responsible for unannounced changes or other program inaccuracies.) Friday P.M. Best Bet M:00 (3,12) Jimmy Dean. Special from Carnegie Hall, New York City. Guests include soprano Eileen Farrell, guitarist Chet Atkins, comic Norm Crosby, saxophonist Boots Randolph and others. Other Shows 6:00 (2, 4, S, 6, 7, 10) News, Weather, Sports. (3) Wells Fargo (R). (12) Huckleherry Hound. fc»6;30 (2, 5, 7) Camp Ritna- muck. Spiffy enters the Business world as a "paper shuffler," but his heart is still at Runa- muck. (C). (3, 12) Flintstones. An accident makes Fred a rock 'n' roll sensation. (C). (4) Movie. "Silk Stockings." Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse (1957). (6, 10) Wild, Wild West. West and Artemus head for a town that is due to suffer an earthquake, courtesy of a demented scientist (Burgess Meredith). 7:00 (2) Movie. "The B i g Beat." Gogi Grant, William Reynolds (1958). ^•(3, 12) Tammy. Since Grandpa's new dog is a secret,' everyone thinks his endear ments are meant for a pretty girl. (C). .. ^•(5, 7) Hank. Disguised as an absent music student. JIMMY DEAN In Carnegie Hall Hank composes a winning song for music class. (C). 7:30 (3, 12) Addams Family. Gomez becomes a cat burglar because of his sleepwalking. (5) Have Gun-Will Travel (R). ^•(6, 10) Hogan's Heroes. A captured French scientist is more a chemist than a chef. (C). (7) Convoy. A Nazi killer pursues a defecting German officer who is aboard the merchant flagship. 8:00 (3, 12) Honey West. Honey takes a job as a drive- in waitress to obtain a LEGAL NOTICES LAKE CHARLES CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS November 3, 1965 LEGAL NOTICES lead on a counterfeiting ring. (5) Marshal Dillon (R). fc»i6. 10) Gomer Pyle, US- MC. Sgt Carter doesn't approve of his sister's future husband. (C). *-8:30 (3, 12) Farmer's Daughter. The Morley's cousin plans to throw a fabulous party to celebrate Glen and Katy's wedding. (C). (4, 5, 7) Mr. Roberts. Capt. Morton asks Roberts lo collaborate on a cover-up story regarding the ship's recent, combat catastrophe. (C). (6) Smothers Brothers. Tommy tries to help a gangster who wants to go straight, (10) Movie. "Intrigue." George Raft, June Havoc. (1947). 9:00 (2, 4, 5, 7) Man From UNCLE. Solo and Illya try to save France from a fanatic who would rid the country of its vineyards. (C). (6) Outer Limits (R), 10:00 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12) News, Weather, Sports. 10:15 (3) Movie. "Law and Order." Ronald Reagan, Dorothy Malone (1953). (10) News, Weather, Sports. 10:20 (12) Movie. "Bird o0*Para- dise." Louis Jourdan, Debra Paget (1951). 10:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Johnny Carson (C). (6) Stoney Burke (R). 11:00 (10) Beavers Club Auction. 12:00 (2) Nighttrain. LEGAL NOTICES an, supplies ond provisions, produced, manufactured or orown in Louisiana, quality being equal lo articles offered bv competitors oulslde of the Stele. Official action thereon will be taken at fh« regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, December 7, IMS. The Police Jury reserves th« right to re ect any and oil bids and waive tech- nlcallfes. J. W. ROSTEET Nw. 19-54 Dee. 3 , President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Parish Engineer. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I, Judy Trammel), duly qualified and actlnn. Clerk of the City Council of the Clly ot Lake Chorles, Louisiana, hereby cenify thot tho ordinances, titles ot which follow below, wero Introduced ot a meeting of the Council on November 17, 1965 . An Ordinance aulharl/lna the Mayor of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, to purchase uniforms as designated In Resolution Number 98-65, passed and adopted by (he Clfy Council of the Clly of Lake Charles, Louisiana, on the 17th day of November, 1965. An Ordinance concernlna the Recreation Commission and the Community Services Department of the Clly of Lake Charles, Louisiana Dec. 3 •It. ORDINANCE NO. ~U7! UKUinAnic nu. 10/1 An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana to purchase equipment as designated In Resolution Number 8445, passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, on tho 3rd day of November, 1965. Be It ordained by tho City Council of the City of Lako Charles. Louisiana, In regular session convened, Ida!: Section l: The Mayor of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana Is hereby ou- thorlicd lo purchase tho equipment described in Resolution Number 84-45, passed and adopted by Ihe City Council of the City of Loko Charles, Louisiana, on the 3rd day of November, 1965, from the lowest bidder for said equipment on fhe bids which will be opened on November 17, 1965, tor Ihe purchase price de- signaled In sold lowest bid. section 7: The Mayor Is further authorized and empowered lo purchase sold equipment from Ihe lunds designated In Resolution Number S4-6.5, passed and adopted by the Clly Council of th« City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, on the 3rd day of November, 1965. Passed and adopted ol Lake Charles, .oulslana, on this the I7fh day of November, 1965. DAN WISE, President of Ihe Council. Attest: JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. Approved by the Mayor on this the 17tb day of November, 1945. JAMES E. SUDDUTH, ., . . Mayor. Stale of Louisiana: "'orlsh of Calcasleu: I. Judy Trammel!, do hereby cfrtlfy hat I am the duly qualified and acting Clerk of Ihe Council of the City of Laki Charles, rCalcasleu Parish, Louisiana. I further certify that the above one ori-golng Is a true and correct copy of an ordinance adopted at a meetlnq of the City Council of said City held on the 17th day of November, 1965, and approved by tho Mayor on the 17lh day of Novem ber, ms. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my official signature and Im Dressed hereon the official seal of sold City, this 26th day of November, 1945. JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of fhe Council Dec. 3 .i» (Seal) LE6AL NOTICES on the following street at the designated intersection In the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana: ouisiana: on Proflresslv* street, at Its Intersection with Louisiana Highway 14. Passed and adopted af Lake Chariei, Louisiana, on this tha 17th day of No- DAN WISE, President of fhe Council. vember, 1?65. Attest: JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. Approved by tile Mayor en this the 17lh day of November, 1965. JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Mayor. Stale of Louisiana: Parish of Colcasieu: I, J I am I 1311 U! k,UI(.U3ICU. l, Judy Trommel), de hereby certify that , am the duly qualified ond oclinp Clerk of the council of the City of Loke Chorles, Calcnsleu Parish, Louisiana. I further certify that the above and foregoing Is o true ond correct copy of on ordinance adopted at a meetlna of the City council of sold City held on the 17th day of November, 1965, and approved by the Mayor on the 17th day of November 196S. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my official signature and Impressed hereon the official seal of said Cltv./Jhls 26th day of November, 1945. JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of tha Council. (Seal) December S ments from those persons opposed to the adoption of the resolution. Mr. William Paternostro addressed the Council, slating that he was opposed to paving at this time. Mr. Harry Huber and Mr. W. M. Hale r.poke In favor of tha adoption of the resolution. A discussion followed. Mr. Huber osked that a portion of Pro ect LIVCIIIUO -j, i ,u^ ; niraer ais^ea jnai a parnon OT rruieci Lake Charles, Louisiana. ; ••<;" ol Exhibit "A" be amended fo delete The Lake Charles City Council met In ; Qn a iiey between Twenty-Third Street and regular session this date at 9:00 a.m. j p r | en Lake Road and second Avenue and Mr. Dan Wise, President of the CouncM, | Third Avenue. «,-*eM*H ' .. ... . ... presided. The Invocation was given b man Bl'ly Prlmm. The roll was called aod ihos present were: Mr. Joseph Fla LEGAL NOTICES Mr. Fletcher seconded the moftor? Th« vote was as follows: Yeas: Mr. Flanagan, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Ware, Mr. Prlmm, Mr. Poche, Mr. Reeves, Mr. Wise. Nays: None. Absent: None. Mr. Poche made a motion whereby the procedural requirements of the Charter be waived, ond that the following resolution be placed on fhe agenda. Mr. Prlmm seconded the motion. The .. „, . ,, vote was as follows: hv Council- i Mr - Ware mac)o ° motion whereby the v. n< . Mr p»=u.< Mr e\ council Councn de | €)ft th Dort | 0n s a , requested I Dr Tl°^- , M , r ' UM? S '«. Mrcl ,« mfmhfr *. bv Mr - Huber Mr Podle seconded the K™ 111 ' M J;, W 5K C ' Mr - Fl ' mnmn M?I rnotlon - ns v ° l<? w « as follows: Flanagan, Mr. Wise. vJnrr Mr , Yeas: Mr. Reeves, Mr. Poche. Mr. Nays: None. Absent: None. vvuic, mi. Primm. AAi- U/rtre. AAr Clalrher AA,- Th*. rpnnhiHnn rt« tnllnvM u Poche, Mr. LEGAL NOTICES TOWNOFVINTON PROCEEDINGS Vlnton, Louisiana November 23, 1945 i^uvcmuer ZJ, lyoj The Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Vinlon, Louisiana met In ORDINANCE NO. 1623 An Ordinance amending portions of Orl nance No. 1161 providing for dividing he city of Lake Charfes, Louisiana , zoning districts, particularly chang- the lone classification cf certcFn areas In the "A-l" Residential classi- "" nto ing fication to tion. 'C" Commercial classlflca- lkBe r ] ,t Or , d a!n«o' by the City Council of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, In regular session convened, thot: Section 1: The followlna described property now located In fhe Clfv af Lake Charles, Louisiana, ond In the "A-l" Resl dtntlal classification Is hereby reclassl- fled In the "C" Commercial classification. Property commencing 58« feel—East of the Soulheast Corner ot Warren Street and Prlen Lake Rood, thence South 200 &*', '^li 8 - 1?A'. 70 ..'e?t, thence North the Town of Vinlon, Louisiana met In joo Veef and Ihenco WfS 7n V» regular session, postponed since Novem- nwncern'ent b«r 16, 1965, al the regular meetlna place presenr were: mr. jasepn riumgan, mr. v*« e . AA.. co^.a* AA.. I. C, Fletcher. Mr. Charles Ware, Mr. i p2f*"- jjff- w™ 'M^ ci Billy Prlmm, Mr. John Poche, Jr., Mr. I,""™!. M Jv r v X a , r *' Mr - Rl Harry Reeves, and Mr. Dan Wise. Also; "Z"^^^"^.,,. NOBP oresenf were Mavor James Sudduth; Mr.' i£y s -._F.°1^;?? s *"'-..': 0 ' le - Fletcher, Mn Marry Keeves. ana mr. uan wiss. MISO . u n ,,v Mnnim ih«i..». Un,,. present were Mayor James Sudduth; Mr. The vote o^the r5tnh!tffi!iw« n« fnu Robert McHale, City Attorney; Mr. Wol-1, ™? vote on the resolution was os fo(- Tramm?r'c^^f 9 th? e co Ua n n c'l| WrSg Judy ! "las: Mr. Flanagan, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Trammeil, cierK of tne council. ; \u nfeL ^ r Prlmm **" o»^i.« .»_ Mr. Wise. None. Absent: irammeil/Clerk of the Council. Mr. Ware made o motion whereby the r. are mae o moon werey e reading of the minutes of October 20, 1965 be dispensed with, and that the min- "Mr" Mr. Mr E p Evans division «uperln»en- dent ol E SoUempiciflc Raflr^d I." aS- bv peared before the Council. He stated that ; ' ul ' b V M f.- n t o - : A e ' ltl ° n Lake Charles Police Department. f °" OWS W ° 5 "** '" peare eore e ounc. e sa . n Southern Pacific has entered Into o con- : A n 5 e ?', l £ tl ° nf i"^"?^.. ? ^ / ?' tract, with the Union. Pacific Railroad to ! l h ° City of Loke Charles, Louisiana lo prepare specifications and advertise for bids for equipment for the City of Loke Charles, Louisiana. Mr. Prlmm made a motion whereby th« oregolng resolution be adopted. Mr, auuinern r-ULiin. nun trineieu IIMU u uwu- tract with the Union Pacific Railroad to buy the southern portion of the Rock Island Railroad's lines, and presented o resolution asking that the Council support the sale. A discussion followed. The resolution will be considered af the regular meetingto be held November 17, 1965. ; £„<"—' Mr. Fletcher Inquired as to the feasl- v-Jv 1 . blllty of the Soutnern Pacific switching Pr ;_7i' y;,- VCTT" .»'" yard being moved from Its present lo- &£!%,»>/;, i/T ' cation as a traffic problem has developed. Fi ,°j"°?? n l J ''JC- ^' , M Mr. Evans suggested thot a commftlee !i°Y. s -, Non ?; Absent: None, be formed to study the problem. Mr. Wise appointed Mr. Fletcher to work with Southern Pacific Railroad officials. Mr. Ray Domlnlck, president of the As- i,,i'i"hu''iuTr""MTjni'L relation of Commerce, presented the '."" 5* ..Mr. McHale. nuy^. IIWMC. /-tuaciil • it VI 1C* The resolution os follows was read In full by Mr. McHale. A Resolution Implementing ftie Charter of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, whereby the Community Services Department shall became operative, ond authorizing the Moyor of fhe City of Lake Chanes, Louisiana to take the necessary action to make operative ths said Department. Mr. Flanagan made o motion whereby the foregoing resolution be adopted. Mr. Fletcher seconded the motion. The voie was as follows: Yeas: Mr. Flanagan, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Ware, Mr. Prlmm, Mr. Poche, Mr. Reeves, Mr. Wise. Nays: None. Absent: None. Mr. Ware mads a motion whereby the ~ —„„..;-. ,..,., procedural requirements of the Charter motion. The vote be waived, and thot the following or- o L, >. i d| nance be placed on the agenda. Mr. Poche, Mr. : Poche seconded the motion. The vote was Mr. Fletcher Mr. as follows: Yeas: Mr. Reeves, Mr. 23, 1965 wllh 'the following members Mayor; Dexler M, r ul_tlc, 1VII . *"' •'*.Fletcher, Mr. ' present: W. A. Venlssal, .i. r\. veiMa^uii ,v!uyur, uejier m Brown, Alderman; Gerald Cormier, Alderman,- Glyndell Eborb, Alderman; Howard English, Alderman. Absent; Alphe Vice, Alderman. Also present: Charles C Broussard, Town Attorney. The Minutes of the previous meeting were accepted as read. The following rsportj were submitted: Payroll No. 1326 $ 4,872.34 Payroll No. 1327 5,201150 Tola) amount payrolls $10,073.84 Total Bills for Month of Oct. ..S10.896.19 Tola Receipts $44,219.12 Too .Deposits _ 544,219.12 Foche, Mr. i s-uj. nn. r\c^vc3, ivu, rucne, mr. Prlmm, Mr. Ware, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. i ' J ',' u "r; " uo =" 1 ' nuiic. i f rimm, Mr. ware, Mr. Fli Item 5 on the agenda — Introduction ot Flanagan, Mr. Wise an Ordinance concerning equipment for! Nays: None. Absent: None (n e Lake Charles Police Department. The ordinance as follows was read In The ordinance as follows was read In ' full by Mr McHale ,n hu AAr AJ.U,,!,. . An Ofd | nance ma klng the sending of no- Lake Charles. He stated that copies win be distributed throughout Lake Chanes and surrounding cities In order to acquaint tourists with tne many attractions which Loke Charles has to otter. Mr. Dominlck stated that the Associ- M ° wA"« atlon ot Commerce hod recently spon- J;; r ' ,°' e sored a contest whereby local citizens 12 » 8 ?, s ...i.«i. ^-...,:~~. ~i .— mai Una .w.v.1 b,c^w^no .»44,^iy. \i Tota Ufll. Fund Disbursements $23,088.87 Total Gen. Fund Disbursements $15,870.53 The Mayor reported that Mr. Vice, being unable to attend the meeting himself, requested fo have the designation of Industrial Street from Goodwin to Lore* Street as a one-way street discussed. Aft- fiT d ,£5£ uss Al n the Council agreed to have the City Attorney Incorporate In the comprehensive traffic ordinance he Is now drafting thot Industrial Street from Goodwin to Loree Street be one-way, running (Seal) North, effective on school days from 7 30 i December rt.m until 1-^A f. m , 1 Attest- S DAN WISE, President of Ihe Council. JUDYTRAMMELL, Clerk of fhe Council. Approved by the Mayor on this the 17th day of November, 1965. , . JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Stats of Louisiana: Porfsh of Ca/casleu: , Mayor. Trommell, do hereby certify , h * d "'X : and. : _• ,•" MUI), ^uviniicu ana QCT- ng Clerk of the Council of the City of Loke Charles, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. I futher certify that the above and foregoing Is a true and correct copy of an ordinance adopted at a meeting of the City Council of said City held on the 17th fc y ,?' ,1? v ??5£!:' "«'and approved, by 1965 In witness whereof, I have hereunto , 17lh day of November ' , ave ereuno subscribed my official signature and Im- Twenty.Fourfh Judicial District Court, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana. Succession of William L. Klstler, Jr., Docket NO. 88-222. Notice Is hereby given that Ruth O. Klstler, widow of wmiam L. Klstler, Jr., the duly qualified testamentary Execu- trlx of this Succession, has applied for authority to sell, for the sum of Thirteen Thousand and No-100 ($13,000.00) Dollars, on the terms ond conditions set forth In "Exhibit B" of her application, the following described property dffecl- ma lands and minerals, In the parish of Calcasleu, State of Louisiana (together with mineral interests affecting lands In other parishes), lo-wlt: East Moss Loko Area Calcosleu Parish, Louisiana I. Art undivided 4.1522% of 2-3 working Interest In thot certain oil, Gos and Mineral Lease, doled September 18, 1944, by ond between Louisiana Farm and Livestock Company, Lessor, and G. L. Pnref, Lessee, recorded in Book 377. Paae J26, Fllo No. 316331, Calcasleu Parish, Loulsl- pna, Insofar as It covers and applies from ho surface of fhe ground to a depth of 10,384 feet, covering 164.2 acres, more Acquired by Assignment from John F, fclfker by Instrument dated October 24, 1963, recorded In COB 870, Page 459. The above described oil, gas ond mln . era) lease listed as No. ) under East Moss Lake Area Is sub|ect to the followng: A. Assignment dated September 2, 1944, 'L°"lj?j b P on el '" 5y ^'J- C«mpany, ii«r ' aae ' » o 316332, Cplcasleu Parish, Louisiana. B. Assignment dated Feb. 28, 1962, from Sun Oil Company In favor of John ,V grierar, recorded under File "S; .. 876iw ' Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, which assignment reserves unto Sun Oil certaln which Is , . Pros wc Is convertible to on undivided </i working In- C. Assignment dated July 31, 1962, re- wrded In COB 822. Page 419. under Entry No. 8895*5 of the Records of Cnlca- . o e ecors of nlca- sleu Parish, Louisiana, from John F. Bnc- ker to William S. Kllroy LEGAL NOTICES above described property, affecting lands end minerals, in fh» Parish «f CoTcasiiju, State of Leulsiano (toaather with mineral interests affecting lands in other parishes described In her application) lor the sum of Thirteen Thousand and No- 100 (13,000.00) Donors, on the terms ond conditions set forth In "Exhibit B" annexed to her application, and the heirs, legatees ond creditors ore required lo make opposition. If any they have or can, lo such application within ten (10) days, Including Sundays and holidays, from me day whereon tho last publication of this nonce appears. By order of the !4th Judicial District Court tor the Parish of Jefferson, Stale of Louisiana, on this 28th day of October, 1965. (Seal). Nov. 3-Dec. 3 EMILY HOTARD, Deputy Clerk of Court. SHERIFF'S SALE Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Parish of Calcasleu, Stole of Louisiana. First Federal Savings ond Loan Asso- clatldn of Lokc Chorles. Vs. Nn. 56,893 Waller S. Pinion. By virtue ol a writ of Seizure and Sale Issued ond to me directed by the Honorable court aforesaid, I have seized and will offer for sals nl public auction to Ihe ost and highest bidder without Ihe benefit of appralsemcnl, al tho court houso door Of (his parish In the clly ol Lake Charles, Parish of Calcasinu, on , Wednesday, December B, 19«5 between legal hours, ond Mortimj al 10:00 a.m., tho following described properly situated In Parish ol Calcasleu, Stale ol Louisiana, to wit: Lot Seventeen (17) of Block B of Lee- Mnyo Subdivision No. 2, IT, per plat recorded In Book 6, til ponn 171 of tho plat Records of Calcnsleu Parish, Louisiana, together wllh all Improvements situated Ihereon. Soiled under said wrll. Terms: Cash on day ol sale H. A. REID, JR. Sheriff, Calcailtu Parish, La. Sheriffs Oflke, Lako Charlr-s, Lo., Oc- lobsr 29, 1965. JONfc'S, K 1MB ALL, HARPER, TETE & WETHERILL, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Oc.t. 29-Decrirnber 3 —Jl BIDS WANTED v i vy vy*4r* i t: LI Public nolle* Is hereby given that the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District (Dock Board) will receive bids on Tuesday, December 21, 1965, ot 10:00 a.m. at the office of the Engineers, F Shulls' Sons, 324 Pu|o Siren'), Lake Charles, Louisiana, for: Repairs to wharf struclurn ond pile clusters. Plans ond specifications may be had ot the office of F. Shutti 1 Sons, 324 Pulo Street, Post Office Box 877, Lako Chorles, Louisiana. All bids must be accompanied by a :crtllled Check, Cashier's chock, or Bid 3ond In an amount of not less than five jer cent (5%) of the total amount of the jfd. The Dock Board reserves the right lo accept or re|ect any or all hirh and to wolve Informalities LAKE CHARLES HARBOR 4 TERMINAL DISTRICT By JOSEPH H. BARBOUR, President. LEGAL NOTICES qualiiy being ea.ua) to. articles efttr»di M competitors outside ol fhe Slat*. > Official action thereon will b» tnVM m the regular medlina ef the Pfillce Jury on Tuesday, December 7, 1WS. The Police Jury reserves fhs rlahf <9 re|*ct any onr) nil bids, and walv« technical,,,, Pr*s!d«nf< RODNEY M. VINCENT, Parish Enalneer Nov. 19-2* Dec, eer. ADVERTISEMBNT The Tollcc Jury of Cdleasleu" Porlshi Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10;0fl am.. Monday, December 6, 1965, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for prestressed, precast concrete bridge decks, Parish- wide, wllh unit prices effecllvs for 90 days. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions, produced, manufactured or grown in Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the Slate. All bids must be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on preslressed, nrecost concrete) bridge decks, Parish-wide." All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. Official action thereon will be taken of the regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, December 7, 1965, The Police Jury reserves the right lo reject ony and all bids and waive technical- Illn* Illes. i, ,. ., .. » Nov. 19-26 Dec. 3 J. W. ROSTEET, RODNEY M. VINCENT!* Parish Engineer, —3} The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish. Louisiana, will receive scaled bids until 10:00 a.m., Monday, December 6, 1965, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles Louisiana, for road striping paint lo bo used by the Parish owned road slrlplng machine, on a Pnrlsh-wldo basis, effective lor a period of 90 days. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions, produced, man- iitocturc-d or grown In Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by com- pcfllors outside of the State. All hlds must be submitted on Parish bid forms, All bids must »° plolnly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on rood striping oalnt to be used by Parish owned road striping machine." Official action thereon will b« taken af the regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, December 7, 1965. The Pollca Jury reserves the right to any and oil bids and wolvs tech' nlcal'ltles. No</. 19-26 Dsc. 3 J. W. ROSTEET, RODNEY M. VINCENT,"'' Parish Engineer. Dec. 3-6-13-20 -41 _CITY MARSHAL'S SALE City Court of Ihe City of Loks Charles, Parish of Calcasleu, State ot Loui'-lana, Gulf Furniture Co., Inc. Plaintiff. Vs. No. 650, Ella Solleau, Defendant By virtue of a writ of Fieri Fa-Mas Is sued and to me directed by IMC honor 1962, by and between Sun OH r*.M Clfy, (his a.m. until 3:30 p.m. /-^Tu ?, rown moved that The Vlnton Credit Union, a non-profit organization, »e charged a rental fee of five dollars (S5.00) per month for office space, to commence December 1, 1965. The motion was day of November, 1955 JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of th? Council. -It fne Cffy of Lckft Chorfes,- Lou'slono to ' other rnoitftr bv Registered or Ccrflfled ! jSP^Y? h ^ A " ^^" r ^ and carrf purchase equipment as designated In ' Mail optional ' i PK H *u * * f> "^^^' seconded fc MX BSTSR $&,« cTty I fo^ofnf to •ff*SS8SS&'S!A ^^ff^S?^ 2Ly^N C o h v a ^er^r a ' °" *' ™ $^3^W3SfcW>& E\n?^£S f' S P I, Ir. Wore made o motion whereby the was as follows: Pn«£hi2i <?i n i F?., °' fhe Pu -, b " .rn^nin_ ....., l.......... t. _ i_, >..___i' i »T_ .: _I .. _._ . . r Q rOCn OI <ir.hOnI^ AAnHi-in rnrr \*A were Invited to submit drawings of an were invnea TO BuomiT arawings ot an i4 10 /c .,—n •«-*.•• «....«.!.,nw, emblem for the City of Lake Charles. He . £ ms ; Mr - Primm seconded the motion, presented the winning emblem submitted ' Th «5 ™. te ,, wasc , as follow ?i _. . . By Mr. David Dilts to Mayor Suddutn. .,,, ° 5 ' ,, r F >°"°3 a ": Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Item 1 on the agenda - F^nai action £ Qre ' M , r - ,£r lmm ' Mr - Poche ' Mr ' on an Ordinance concerning a 25 m.p.h. Rewe ^": Mr " Wi . s £- , ., — .~* — f —i. i — J K ; Nays: None. Absent: None. .--;_ ' - - -• - .. ' «^'ivii w IUKCII i.wvciuucr I/, iyo3. "65. Mr, Poche seconded the motion. The vote motion whereby the was as follows: ,u,c H uM,y uiumuiiu; be Introduced, and Yeas: Mr. Fanagan, Mr. Fletcher. Mr that final action be taken on November | Ware, Mr. PrlmS, Mr. Poche, Mr ORDINANCE NO. 1622 An Ordinance amending portions of Ordinance No. 1161 providing for dividing the city of Lake Chorles, Louisiana, •—• j ***/ \7\it.i wy UHU ueivve< Company ond John F. Brlcker. F. Gas Contract dated June 1, 1953, by and between Sun Oil Company, Seller, and Louisiana Natural Gas Corporation, Buyer, as amended by Instruments dated February 1, 1960 and January 15, 1962, 2. An undivided 4.1522% of 2-3 working Interest In thof certain oil, gas and mineral lease, dated July 22, i960, by and between Ernest Clooney et al, as Lessors, and Texas Gas Exploration, os Lessee "•—'-' under Entry No. 817043, Colca- r.Mlj' T'. ' Louisiana, covering an undivided Interest In 240 acres, more or less 3. An undivided 4JS22% of 2-3 working Interest In that certain oil, gas and mineral lease, dated July 22, Two, by and between Gladys E. C. Stevenson, Lessor, and Texas Gas Exploration (Corporation, Lessee, recorded under Entry No. 817045, Colcasleu Parish, Louisiana, covering on undivided Interest In 240 acres, more or 4. An undivided 4.1522% of 2-3 working Interest In that certain oil, gas and mineral lease, dated July 22, 1960, by ond between W. J. Goyle et al, as Lessors, and Texas Gas Exploration Corporation, -essee, recorded under entry No. 817044, C «i7 a ?J e !i , pc . rlsh '. Louisiana, covering an jndlvlded Interest In 240 acres, more or 5.'An undivided 4.1522% of 2-3 working Interest In that certain oil, gas ond mineral lease, dated July 22, I960, by and Jefween Mary Mandry Clooney et af. Lessor, and Texas Gas Exploration Corpora- Ion, Lessee, recorded under Entry No. 81704d, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, covering an undivided Interest In 240 acres, more or less. The above described oil, gas and mineral leases listed as Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5, East Moss Lake Area were acquired by Assignment from John F. Brlcker by Instrument dated October 24, 1963, record- n COB 870, Page 462. The above described oil, gas and mln- eral leases listed as Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5, East Moss Lake Area, are sub|ect to the following: A- Assignment dated September 28, 1960, Texas Gas Exploration Corporation In favor of Samedan Oil Corporation et 2i',,r.^ :0 rf'?.u Un ? c r.P |le No - "0229, Cal- Wednesday, December 15, ,«,:., between legal hours, tha following described property, to-wlt: _J1L, 37 P •*•* "nnersprlng mattress. (I) RT2554 Used crib and mattress. (I) OT2742 C T Green Chair. Seized under said writ. Terms: Cash on day of sale, LUCAS C. CALLAHAN, Third Ward, Calcasleu Parish, La' Marshal's Office, Lake Charles, La November 30, 1965. Pec. 3 . .1,; ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcosleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until Ifl.OO o.m., Monday, December 6, 1965, in tho Police Jury Room. Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for first Una tires and tubes, Parish-wide, for a period ol 90 days, f.o.b., Loks Chorles, Louisiana. All bid-, must be submitted on Parish bid formv Al L wd J mus ? be Plainly marked on oulslde of envelope: "Biu on tires ond tubes. Parish-wide " Surce^lul bidders muM carry complete stock of o central location In Cal- casicu Parish, Louisiana, and be eaulpped to aivc: rood service when need»d ' ^ reference Is hereby given to materials, ond provisions, produced, manu- — --"— .... ' v j~^r • • • • u »••««intuits, yiuuuueu, manufactured or arown In Louisiana, qualify I'.Hil fo articles offered bv com- pe j,'/?" , oul?lc te of the State. Official ocllon thereon will be taken at Ihe regular meeting of the Police Jun/ on Tuesday, December 7, 1965 The Polk? Jury reserve; Hi* right »« relert any and all bids and waive tech- J W. ROSTEET, RODNEY M. VINCENT!* Parish Engineer. Nov. 19-26 Dec. 3 CITY MARSHAL'S SALE -I'V Court or the City of Lake Charles, Parish of Calcasleu, State of Louisiana. Gulf Furniture Co., Inc. Plaintiff, Vs No. 1MB, Marie Tolbert, Defendant. Bv virtue of a writ of .Fieri Facias is able court aforesaid, will offer - ADVERTISEMENT hayo seized and ••} auction to i isli .,—,..., lw) mo lufiywilH lumber, unit prices >ys on a Parlsn-wldo basis, plainly marked on casleu Parish, Louisiana. •w ,J? r EV oot , A pr£ enr ""' t dofed April 27, 1962, by and between Texas Gas Exploration Corporation et al In favor of '" h - c . Brlcker, among other things re- ..... v . i bf .vi jsjiv ui LJUUIII. UUIuMUn 1C Ihe last and highest bidder with the benefit ol appraisement, at the Front Door of the Clly Hall of Lake Charles, Parish of Calcosleu, on Wednesday, December IS, 19« between legal hours, the following described property, to-wlt: .0)_J3I8« 4 pc. Ivore bedroom suite creosoled brtdoe '"""ber. Per- Seized under said writ. Terms: Cash on day of sale. LUCAS C. CALLAHAM, Marshal, Third Ward, Colcosleu Parish, Lo. Marshal's Office, Lake Charles, Lo., November 30, 1765. Dec. 3 .11 3.-;ex24 *xl2xl2 •lxl?xM 4x12x16 4x12x18 4x12x20 6x12x24 12x12x18 ?2xl2x20 12x12x22 12x12x24 Piling: 12" Bufl-15 feet 12" Butl-20 feet 12" Butt—25 feet 12" Butt-30 feet 12 ' Buft-36 feet • A r^:± r ^ "f.N.I-.i^'E Fun P, ne 2 lb. and 16 12" Buff-40 feet 12" Butt—45 feet 12" Bult-50 feet Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Par- Ish of Calcasleu, State of Louisiana. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Vs. No. 67,098 Jack Henry Brown, ct als. By virtue of a writ of Seizure and Sale Issued ond fo me directed by the honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized ond will offer for sale at public auction to tho last and highest bidder with the benefit """ on '"dividual or- ols e Lu r ooii,f« 'nnrt ercbv , slven to materl. monufS^a ^^ g^'ln 5 ' ^^' quality being equal to articles • m , pe i°i rs outsld e of the State irown In Louisiana^ ? . a Jl"5 l . c . s ..""""I by W Y"" JrirSS'MT ^-ra a ra^or» s co: SMS,'!? n n rV h ?n *%* S£& A S*™tf. certain ppral on et al 1-16 of 8-8 overriding ray! .Lot.. Eleven jarish of Calcosleu on Wednesday, January 12, ]?« ,,,e regular m»rflnn , between legal hours, and storting at 10:00 ' on Tuesday, Decembe a.m., the following described property sit. ' i-.ei.emoi! uated In Parish of Calcasleu, State of Lou- . n will be f fhe Po 7. 1965 ... at Jury n . reo ,5 m the "A-i- Residential classl- "'""" to "C" Commercial classlfl- flection cation. ipeed zone on Creole Lane The ordinance as follows was read In m , !( * m * ?" <Ifhe agenda - Consideration II by Mr. McHole. ! °* 9 resolution concerning the purchase was read In full by Wlr JV\cHote ' Vl M ' *">'••" WMWI < *.wm.ci muy An Ordinance to amend and reordaln Sec-! ° fT1hh / e !, >9n( i, r , b r n96 '["S^L « tion 12-61 of Chapter 12 of the Cede of i f , J n ? re . 5 °' utl °" <". < ollow * the City of Lake Charles, 1956, perlaln-1 ™" " v *^ r> McHale Ing to speed limits In the residence dis- ^4i^ e ^" t |H/' or ] i au ij^ 0 f A/r C .''prlmm made a motion whereby the E, r l pa , re s 2 e ^J 1 " eo !t 0l i*"°<S? $ffiffl'? foregoing ordinance be adopted. Mr. °' dns , for equipment for tha City of Lake Reeves seconded the motion. Charles, Louisiana. Mayor Sudduth and Mr. Flanagan ex- , hMr ; F 'etcher made a motion whereby placed that tney recently met with pro- t hf L foregoing resolution be adopted. Mr. fessional traffic enaineers who Informed' £ eeve5 seconded the motion. The vbte them that varying speed limits within o '• was ° 5 follows: city were detrimental to traffic flow. It ' Yeas: Mr. Reeves, Mr. Prlmm, Mr. The vote on the foregoing ordinance was ! The ordinance as follows was read In os follows: Yeas: Mr. Reeves Mr. Poche, i cu3. mr. nceves, mi, rubric, Prlmm, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Flanogon. Nays: Mr. Ware, Abstaining. Mr. Wise. Item 2 on the agenda—Final action on on Ordinance concerning annexation of property. The ordinance as follows was read In full by Mr. McHale. i An Ordinance enlarging tne boundaries of . tne City of Lake Charles, Loul'-iana, ; defining with certainty and precision : full by Mr. McHole Mr. i An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana to purchase equipment as designated In Reeves, Mr. Wise. Nays: None. Absent: None. Mr. Ware made a mollon whereb the procedural requirements of the cha *er b» waived, and that the following re- oluilon be placed on the agenda M Fletcher seconded the motion. Tht vo was as follows: Yeas: Mr. Reeves, M». Poche, Prlmm, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Ware, Flanagan, Mr. Wise. Nays: None. Absent: None. f °"° WS W « M o —", «' .-""fc ^>lwl 193, L_uul3IUnU 1 apply for assistance from the State o Louisiana Bureau of Outdoor Recreo ". Ol i|L and the United States Departmen of the inferior. Bureau of Outdoor Rec reason. Mr Fletcher made o motion whereb the forgoing resolution be adopted. Mr as a folllwf• motion. The vote wa iA,J eas: ,. Mr> jT^nagan, Mr. Fletcher, Mr Ware, Mr. Primm, Mr. Poche, Mr Reeves, Mr. Wise. r"v-nc, mr Nays- Hone. Absent: None. Mr. Flanagan mode a motion wherebv the procedural requirements of the Char '•' be waived, and that an ordinance (ju» ^.i iujc bi^uijjuitiii ua ucaii^iiuicu MI <>•••• K ] v^*cuu» u i r cxjuircrnPniS Ot Tn6 r hOT Rwolutlon Number 85-65, passed ond ler be waived, and that an ordinance adopted by the City Council of the City I concerning the zoning of recently annexec cf Lake Charles, Louisiana, on the I property be placed on the agenda Mr 3rd day of November, 1965. Flanagan then withdrew his request Mr. Prlmm made q motion whereby the ! Mr. Primm made a motion wherebi foregoing ordinance be Introduced, ond ! 'he procedural requirements of the Char tnat final action be taken on Decem-1 ter be waived, and that n r«.««i,,ti n r, .1 , uremens ol e Char tnot final action be taken on Decem- ter be waived, ond that a resolution re ber 1, 1965. AAr. Fletcher seconded the questing the Louisiana Department o motion. The vote was as follows: Highways to construct undenxuse«i in Yeas: Mr. Flonaaan, Mr. Fletcher, | Lake Charles be placed on the oaenda r the territory to be Included In trie cor- IEU^. ,»u. ,-IUIIUJJUH, mi. nciunci, i *•«•**. \.iiwiica UK pmcea on me oaend porate limits ot Ihe said City of Lake Mr. Ware, Mr, Prlmm, Mr. Poche, I Mr. Reeves seconded the mollon Th ••- r -- •• ..,-- I UnfA u,n« «* *«!!«..._. IHWIIUII. | II . vote was os follows: Yeas: Mr. Reeves, Mr Poche Mr . . Item 3 on the agenda — Public hearing - — and Introduction of a Resolution concerning Paving Proicct 1965-65 as (allows: nouinst ine home owneri In sold area. u fl och9 reported that the decision not Mill Street should be street will be delayed until ' engineer can be obtained e frn o e exsng pave oe/ wes o; rmrn, r are, Fourth Avenue end continuing westward i Flanogon, A/r. Wise. to Second Avenue. Nays: Uone. Absent: t<0r1ed '"' the mtt , rum onv mltleo hela a meeting ot which time on ' deVe '° Pme '" °' Mr. Ware reported thot the City Bus entn Avenue. j tion of a ^top Sir/n on Progressive 5. Seventh Avenue beginning at the end ] Street at Its intersection with Louisiana — - .^-uncu mm me i_irv m.» of exlsfing paving south of Oak Park ! Highway 14 In the City of Lake Charles, Committee held o meetlna with camnn Boulevard and continuing southward to o ! Louisiana. ny officials, but thot the committee had no recommendations at this lime An OT eAisiiny puvuiy :>uum ur uu». furik \ niyiiwuy 14 in me i_ny Oi Lore Lnarles, Bouleyord and continuing, southward to o j Louisiana. point 166 leet south ot the intersection of Mr. Ware made o mollon whereby the 21*t. Street and Se/enth Avenue. ' <r.rAoninn n r rt^ n r, fa . t.~ 1^*,,.,.,,,^ .._ 6. Service road or alie/ between 20th -. 1 «,.. r._..,. i , , -l ---, -V , U 3 U3 ICIiOlMS: Mr Slrecf and 21it Strett beginning at the, was as follows: end ot existing poved alley^ east of Fifth ' ^Yeas: Mr._ Flanagan • —. — ..,—^» « .i,,.,,•*,,, ,,,,vi«ur mo ••" -»*-««"I"'I;IIUMIIWIIS ui mis lime An foregoing ordinance be Introduced. Mr. othe r meeting will be held In !h«' near Poche seconded the mollon. The vote future. '" near .... > . iw.>wijuii uiinuuitceq inor ine Rpc- ena of existing poyea alley ew 01 t-inn • veas: if.r. nonogon, Mr. Fletcher, i reot!on Commission will hold Its reouior Avenue ond continuing eastward 10 5ev- Mr. Ware, Mr. Primm, Mr. Poche, Mr I m ee'mg at 2:00 p.m., November 8 1 enth Avenue. | Re-eves, Mr. Wise. ' ""'* >•"•*•< "> /--..--.•'---r""" ">..' He al;.o reported that o decision aV to ' ne traffic problem which exJils on the south end of Enferprli* Boulevarri « pending until such tlm« aj a professional 'raffle engineer can be obtained , Wr - p °che mode a motion lo'adlourn r. , plans and unifications trierc-for, end! Mr. W authorizing end directing tht Mayor i foregoing of said CiTy to advert.!* .for^led bids \\tot publ resolution be Introduced, and , blic hwrfna b. wMor December 1, . l«rfher .certify that the above ond lore i 1 1 \ '..«l ll.l. UUUVB OHQ lOTft constitutes o trc« and correct copy 1940 (RS, 33:3301 • 33:3316). ' JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of tho Counc lt ? e ^!t or ^ ulned bv the City Council of the City of Lake Charles, Loulsiano, In -..- _. ...^ .„„,,„ ullw regular session convened, that: ols. Mollon carried. i Section 1: The following described pro- •r^'r ifih?" 5n , ra , lsed 'or discussion con- Perty now located In the City of Lake I- 0 ?!* e! a !" s similar to those in use by Charles, Louisiana, ond In the "A l" f"< States Utilities Company. The Mayor : Residential Classification Is hersbv re- llahtlno «rOh- r . m ° re det0 " 5 on thls tvpe ! .V" 5 ,!^ '" ihe " c " Cfmmerclal class'. be paid. Seconded the motion carried. There being no further business that October bills Propeity 'ornmenclng at Southeast for"- ' --- "' n Prulevard and Four- East 130 feet, thence Ir.JI Wl.luucl UMI5 ..J,,..,. r .JIM. Mr, Cormier and ner °l Cntc-rpr teenlh Street, " thprlc Wesl (S) W. A. VENISSAT, Attest: (s) D. E Clerk. Dec. 3 MARSHALL ' SHERIFF'S SA'LE Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Por ~-«..i wu itui, inriit_t3 yyesi IJU TCeT, ana thence North 60 feet to commencement. Passed ond adopted at Lake Charles, Louisiana, on this I7fh day of Novem- DAN WISE, President of The Council. ber, 1965. Atfesf: JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of. the Council. the Moyor on this )7th day JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Moyor. State of Louisiana. I Stats of Louisiana Insurance Company j Parish of Calcasleu- —. •••>.<-. .TV.I./ uiuiv.r unu ns sijrvJ vlnr S r?°Tour g ,lr U D n Jceas W e'<l h Rofl «'^ «,iirf v 'j;tlif ?' a wr L'. of Seizure and Sal .*...... «, ,,n,- t, t , u ,i^n (j r ,, )e ^.iry Qf L Charles, Calcaslsu Parish, Louisiana ,L' u , r l he , r : «:".'* »hat the above and for ^2 n S x i, " a ™™v <e "i °m«, Ihe'^ n ±" rs i^,. 5 '2 r ' ln 0 °L W:M the orlh ° Seized under sold writ Terms: Cnsh on day of sale sutaerYbed e "w W of"c'ial' signature ^"ml P!? s .u «f? n lhe official seal of sold Cify, this 26lh day of November, 1965 JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council, (Seal). Dec. 3 ,.-...»., w <, w, \j. 1-11, ui o-o uvLTriQing royalty Interest convertible to o 35% work-' Ing Interest. C. Assignment dated November 26, 1962, from Texas Gos Exploration Corporation et al In favor of John F. Brlcker et al, recorded under Entry No. 905202 of the Records of Calcasleu Parish. Louisiana D. Assignment of overriding royally dated November 26, 1962, from Texas Gas F. xpl i9, l i?,! lon Corporation et al to William M. White ef al, recorded In Book 837, Page 260 of the Records of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. E. Assignment dated December 12, 1962 from John F. Brlcker ond Lewis T. Lohman to Exchange OH & Gas Company, recorded In COB 835, Folio 316 o!th« Lr-*"***-" '" *-w ooj, runu jio ot 1 Records of Colcosleu Parish, Louisiana ,.f- Operating agreement dated July l, 1963 between Exchange Oil & Gas Com- Pony/ as Operator, and William S. Kllroy, os Non-Operator. O. Assignment dated October 14, 1963 recorded In Book 870, Page 462 of the Conveyance Records ot Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana executed by John F. Brlcker to and In favor of Lewis T. Lohman et al. H. Partial Release dated October 28, 1964, recorded In Book 909, Page 441 et seq. of the Conveyance Records of Cai- casieu Parish, Louisiana. 6. An undivided 3.75% of 50% working Inleresl In thol certain oil, gas and mln arn\ In Am ri^t**! f i i *_ . • . * . «.tj; i-;"-" (11) ' Blocl< One '" Gayle Subdivision In Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter (NW'i of NWW) SQ C . tlon Twenty (20), Township Ten (10) South, Range Eight (8) West, Per plat recorded In Plat Book eight (8), page 25 Seized under said writ. Terms: Cash on day of sale H. A. REID, JR. sheriff, Calcasleu Parish, La Sheriffs Office, Lake Charles, I rj, December l, 1965 Nov. 19 26-Dec 3. RODNEY M VINCENT 1 "' Parish Engineer. -3f Th« r, i, ADVERTISEMENT Attorneys for Plaintiff. Dec. 3-Jan. 7 _-!! ADVERTISEMENT The Polfc<! Jury of Colcaslsu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bias until 10:00 a.m., Monday. December 6, 1965, i t, r* Po , llce Jurv Room, Courthouse, LOKB Charles, Louisiana, for metal posts '"jr rood signs, Parish-wide, for o Period Prplcrence Is hereby given lo materials, supplies ond provisions, produced, manufactured or grown In Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by compel- Itors ouKlde of the State blrt"foMm mUSt be submltted on p arl5h All hid!, must bd plainly marked on nut. of envelope: inicrp.ii in inoi r.erTain oil, gas and mln- *' n ° °< envelope: eral lease, doled September 18, 1944, by I "Bid on metal posts for roncj -HCIIIS and between Louisiana Form and Live-1 Parish-wide, for n period of 90 days"'' stock Company, Lessor, and G. L. Pnrpt. Official aclion therein u,nr ho )A-»~ in • 1?" l.S" 18" ?t" 74" 27" 54" AO" V2" 7R" 8.1" 90" Any r » _. , Remarks fiain concrete p lo'n concrete Pain or rfflnlorced Plain or reinforced Pain or reinforced ££" ° r r«!nforc»d p, ^ Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced ""Inferred Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced f0r .— ~., uw.nt/uTiTf I_T..T^'.'I» uiiu \j, u. rore'i -essee, /ecorded In Book 377, Page 3?«, File No. 316331, Calcasleu Parish, Loul- ilana, Insofar as It covers and applies to 240 acres, more or less, and Insofar as. '. covers and applies frorn fhe surface of the ground to o depth of 9700 feet. Acquired by Assignment trom Lahman- Brlcker 4 Co., a Texas limited partnership, by Instrument effective Decem- er 31, 1959, recorded In Conveyance Book ........ Page Entry No. .. The above described oil, gas and mln jral lease listed as No. 6 under East Moss ST DIZIER, VICCELLIO, Attorneys for Plaintiff Dec. 3-Jan. 7 : ourteenth ORDINANCE NO. 1425 An Ordinance making the sending of no- I'.K"' £ 0 .': u . men ' s ' communlcalfons, or 'J*; Lake Area Is sub|ect to the following: y. regular session convened, thot: „,-!,« °Pi ]: Whene ver any officer, and- f n£ 'rJ? ' i 0 " d '? r e , m P'°y e of fhe Clly of Lake Charles, Louisiana Is required bv any Ordinance of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, ond-or by any Reso™ Unn * J he $ ty of L ° k<> Charles, Loulsl. ana, and-or by any other law of the City nr,iir2 *H Charles ,' Lou l 5 lona, to mall any nonce, document, communication, or oth- fi r ni!»rt"lt r , 0( = ny nature whatsoever by «r „ 5 " Registered Mall, such offf- nd '° r 0f " c ' al and -°r eml , and -°r employe of Terms. Cash on day O f sale. M,LLE, DOWNINO, RUBIN the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana may, at his option, mall such notice, document, communication, or other matter by Un ed States Certified Mall. Thus passed or,d adopted at Lake " ' ~>na, on this the 17th day DAN WISE, Attest' President of the Council. JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Slate of Louisiana: Mayor Parish of Colcasleu: ihl't / Udy 7h am , m , e "' do , herebv certify ri2rk l M n ?h. th ? n ^'ir, ^° l lle *.,° n . a f""8 further certify that ths above and foregoing Is a true ond correct copy of an Th. p n i, * 0 Y" TI " $ 8M6NT 5£ SS rt -«d«i . pfiiT;' W?" da n y ' °«« mb er «- )»65, in jT* * T v w(*w t-vrfcci cony of an -It! ordinance adopted ot a meeting of the --—-~_ C Mu i ntinr-fl <-.* *n\A fit,, u_u ... . ..... of said City held on the 17lh d H 0y ,?' Noveinbier ' "«, and approved by '•• -•«• ••• v-,w(wk,F iu 11 iff lUIIUWIIIlj , n v; .Assignment dated September 22 1944, from G. L. Paret to Sun Oil Company, recorded In COB 377, Page 332, File No. 316332, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. B, Assignment doted June 20, 1957, from Sun Oil Company In favor of Lohman- Brlcker and Company covering and applying to the Fractional West Half of Section 7, Township 1! South, Range 9 West, recorded under File No. 697366, Calca- sleu Parish, Louisiana. Said assignment prov des for conversion of en overriding royalty retained by Sun fo an undivided . working Interest. C. Assignment dated December 31, , ,7 "V.IIUM iiicicuil will DR ICJKcn ot the regular meeting of tha Police Jury on Tuesday, December 7, 196' The Police Jurv reserve tho rlaht to iject^any ond oil bids ond walvo tech- J. W. ROSTEET, RODNEY M VINCENT?' Parish Engineer. Nov. 19-26 Dec. 3 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will he received and pnti- llciy opened al 7:00 p.m., Monday, December 13, W5 In Iowa Town Hall, by the Town of lowo, La. Mayor and Board ol Aldermen, for: 1966 model police rhas- s s automobile wllh automatic transmission, heater, 250 H.P. to ?75 H.P. motor, four doors, back-up lights, heavy duly alternator, windshield washers, white In color; and Install blinker light on new model police car and must ro- move siren and auard screen from ctii unit and re-install In new unit Bids are to include Itemized list ot police chassis equipment. Town of Iowa Mayor ond Boord of Aldermen will trade In 1963 Chevrolet BIs- cayne with four doors, 8 nyl. 250 H.P. engine, power glide IraiisinlsMin, healer, 2 speed electric wiper onri washer, back-up lights, and while In rolor. on new unit. The Mayor ami Boord of Aldermen of the Town ol Iowa, La. reserve Ihe rinht to reject any or all bld«. onri to wr.ive any informalities. All bids should be In a sealed envelope ond be nddi-«srrt in "Town of Iowa, P. O. Box M5, Iowa, Lo." Nov. 27-Dec. 3-10. -3t ISM onThe~bids"""' 0< "" IOX must »,£f,?. re 2Si L s . l' f r.^y«n to maierlals. manu- quallty iPli:^« s4" 0bfld c Sn v7ope: 9 P "" nly marked «• out. "Bid on concrete plnr "-- • • J- W. RO . _. RODNEY M. VINI.ENT, Nov. 19-26-Dec. 3. orlsh En 3 | "eer. ADVERTISEME^F — - - ••••••^IIIMVIII UUIVLI IVCi-CIMUCI JI 1957, from Lohmon • Brlcker and Company In favor of Republic Natural Gas Company, recorded under File No. 712995, Calcasleu parish, Louisiana. D, Operating Agreement, doted December 5, 1957, by and between Republic Natural Gas Company and Lohman- Brlcker and Company, as amended by Agreement dated October 29, 1962 t. Gas Contract dated June I, 1953, by and between Sun Oil Company, Seller, ond Louisiana Natural Gas Corporation, Buyer, as amended by Instruments dated February 1, 1960 and January 15, 1967, respectively. 7. An undivided 3.75% ot Vi Interest In that certain surface lease agreement, dated November 15, 1957, by and be- iween Louisiana Farm and Livestock Company, Inc. and Lohman-Brlcker and Company, recorded under File No. 712523, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, Covering two surface acres for production acuities. 8. An undivided 3.75% of Vi Interest n that certain right-of-way contract, dated November 3, 1960, by and between Seoroe H. Hodgdon et al ond Republic ract ore hereby noflfled fo file claims ' Lake Jotural Gas Company, recorded under I with the Clerk of Court of Calcasleu Par- l yards :nfrv No. 827913, Calcasleu Parish. I mi. Uh on nr hplnrn rWemh,.,- n io/t hiHH ft , bid for,m on Poruh ope Bid on grader blades. Pa "'«• .. CLAIMS Public notice Is hereby given thai tho contract for "approximately 13,000 Cubic Yards of Clam or Reef Shell lo be de' Ivered and spread along Ihe North and South Water lines of the Industrial Conal (Now Under Construction)" W. T e^r-fon Company, Inc., Contractor, hris been com- ileted and accepled by the Board of Commissioners of the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal Dlstrlcl. Any person or persons having claims i 'V f th de '-- 0 -" ered ' J«r 7, is«5. J. W. ROSTEET, Nov. 19 36 Dec 3 RODNEY M „..„,, Parish Engineer. < Ml VI WI V^L4P V.U| |||^UII )T I I CUV I UCU UIIUCTl :ntry No. 827913, Calcasleu Parish, Lou i J 1 ? 9 , Po " ce , Jurv of Calcasleu Parish, U) 00 n"m W ',' r 5 CelV9 SealBd bids Untli . ... f .».*..,.. v, .-,, JM..J iKJitiijj Muling lu.uu u.rn./ mondoy. December A lOXI or material or labor on the above con- In Ihe Police Jury Room Conrthniii.' ract ore hereby noflfled fo file claims Lake Charles I oulslana for j «£?,*?' .i.itu *kr, i-in^t, ni /-^.._» _* f.., i_ „ ' . j , , ' "- vu «51muj, tor -),Uw cubic slana. e Po ci' Ju°? Rwm CwrlhouJ 94 ?'j n L" ^ ln /" whereof ' ' ha "» h««"nro horles, Uuljiona lor 3Mn ^f' rfLoke subscr| b ed "'/ olliciol signature and Im ad surfadna S?5«.i ,»t W>0 ,,.. y , 0 , l ? s .,2 f ' P rcsied herco " ln « official seal of sold er's pit slteT sold" "totoT"3"niA"'u!Srf *""« ciiv/ " lis '* ln " u/ "' Nuvonioer, 1565. Ovel to ran,!,* i? -°J 0 LA?*9,_y ord S Of JUDY TRAMMELL. icmuer, iyos, ana approved bv 3IIJI1 «on the I7th day of November 9 - An undivided 3.75% of '/j Interest In r nuvc.nucr, j |ha( cer(Q | n righi-ot-woy contract dgled September 22, I960, but effective June 10, 1960, by and between Louisiana Farm ond Livestock Company, Inc. and Republic r&^j'MtisskJiWcX. ^K!?^!/^. 5 ^'^ ' r ° Vel ' ond bid 5ubmlff «' on Parish (Seal). Dec. i 26ih day uf Novcinucr, 1565, JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. Ish on or before December n, 1965, I bidder's plant SH P O n t Lake Charles Harbor & Terminal District ' of the (.-alc.a-.ieu River for By JOSEPH H BAROOUR, I No Four s P ' on the ^ , 005 Compony- under outsWS Sv U e!op^ PlQln " mark « d •» „ ' 6ld on 3,000 yards of C-l, C-2 or C 3 0 "nfi (0r P**,? D'slf'ct No. 4" or, Bid on hauling of 3,000 yards of C-l C-2 or C-3 oravi) for Road Dlilrlcl No r Preference is hereby given to materl- ORDINANCE NO. lilt An Ordinance perlalnlng to Ibe InMaiia- lion of o Mop Sign on Progressive Stree-l al ih intersection wllh Louisiana Hlghy/ay '' -~ "-~ -"" ' ~' •-•- ~^- •Louisiana Be it ordained by the Clly Council of the City of Loke Charles, Louisiana FM- No. 821290, Co'icasleu Parish," Loulil- 01 3-3 Inler-tl •n*. ill. An undivided 4.1522 Oct. Z?-Nov. 5-12-19-26 Dec. 3 10 13 '^"^-"ej ADVERTISEMENT Th« pnlirp Jury fii Toll n< ipit Pn f | t h Louisiana, will receive sealed incls "uii'tii II,. ,->ll UIIUIVIUKU V-IJti .'O UI J-J Mllr.'l *j| In that certain lease contract, dated Oc- tobei ?2, 1962. bv nnd l-.ni n l Farm and Llveslock Company, Inc. ond John F. Brlcker. recordeu f . W n ,„„,, Page VI, Enti y No. 898510, Calcaiieu Par- i bid forms 10:00 n m., Monday, December 6, 1945, Ihe Police Jury room, Ca ' ' Loke All bid', must be plainly marked on our.lde of envelope Rood Dislrir.') °No y °["''' "' r '°"' ih *" t( "" als. -.upplles and plovislons, 'produced, monuioclurcd o< arown In Louisiana, quality beinrj equal lo articles MIW , vi.t.v -,v. , ivuiu. ^ .^ri inui'M;, i. cKO quunw Drrinri cqijo to arllc es efferM Charles. Louisiana, for onr, (|) ,,cw oulo by compeWo'i oulslde at the Stole for b «oad Dlsl'r?r| e "NO "Vd!'/"' 1 aulo "' Qbllc OllUlnl action^ Ihcrcon^ will be taken at AH birts must ho Mibinlltcil on Parish I Tuts*jy'."r inectinr) ol Ihe Police Jury on ,.-: v , 9|55 , . , Ish Louisiana, covfrl-vi 2,8 :,,'...- . , , , i Tl)c i'olki- lury reserveb u ur. UVI .Jl ") ,,,.v, JvitlluM Til,II LI,UI3IUMU | nil {.WUI^IUIIU. V.I, V I. ' I ' ' I, £,d Jl.'tlU'.l: UV I I. 1 > i A L'l'r, lll'IM I>»? PUlll'/ IMIJllirff HO Pill IflPfi flMV MIlH ,1 I I KlH* r*,.A Highway U m Ihe City of Loke Charles, ! lor production focillliej. ! side of envelope' nka il'fs '""'"""" ! Now, therefore, In accordance wllh law "Bid on on." (11 new a.ilr.mobilc i or l w nn«.ri=i=T mode and provided In such coiei, Rulh Road Dlstrir.l No. 4" >•<"•""<! ior j w KOSlfcEf G. Kisller, Individually and as, Testa-1 Preferenre l-, hueby given ti i^t 1° ic v^njf v, v-v.'r.^ viiuiiv, i-uui3iui|ij, 111 \j. IXI^MCI, IIIUI vluuuny UIIU us I tMU- I rMCICreflic li rU'ieuy OIVCH M) llVJtCti igular session ronvened, tliaf: mentary Exec'jfrix, proposes that she be j als. supplies, and provlsion-j piudiiccd Section 1: A stop Sign shall be Instg,led I authorized and empowered lo sell the ! manufactured or grown in Louisiana! President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Parish Engineer Nov I? If, Dec. 3 —31

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