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LEGAL NOTICES OH WBPNESDA"Y',""N6vlMBiR Th'» City Council of lh« City ol Lake rharloj.'Slal* 1 of Loutilana, mat in sp«- eiol >«»l 8n i? 1 ., 1 '? L*"'i l 2 r n»e«|lno Place in th» City Hall, Lax* Charles, Louisiana, on Wednesday, Navcmbcr 24, IMS, at o-oo e'clack o.m. 'There were present: Dan Wise, Charles Ware, Joseph fja"ogan, B. C. Fletcher, Billy Prlmm, John Pochc, Jr., Harry LEGAL NOTICES - None. The City Council of Ihe City of LoVe Chorles, Louisiana, was duly convened by Don Wise, President, who onnounecd (hot the City Council was ready lor Ihe transaction of business. A proposed resolution! lows, wa» Introduced ware and read oloud In full by Ihe Clerk entitled as fnl- by Cauncllmon " 1M by full NO. ItMS A Resolution formally ordering Ihe construction of paving Improvements on certain portions Of certain streets within th* corpora)* limits of ihe City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, approving the plans and specifications therefor, ond authorltlna and directing the Mayor ol snld City to advertise for sealed bids (or Ihe construction of sold work ond direction Ihe giving of public notice In jlm form and manner provided by Sections 3301-3316, Inclusive, of Title 33 of Ihe Louisiana: Revised Statutes of 1950 (R.S. 33:3301-33:331*). A motion was made by Councilman War* and seconded by Councilman Poche lhat the above proposed resolution he placed on file with the Clerk of Ihe Council for public Inspection, that notice of Ihe Introduction of sold resolution bo published In accordance with law, and giving notice that th* said resolution will he adopted ot Ihe next regular meeting nf the City Council occurlna more than seven days alter Ih* dale of publication of the notice of Introduclton. This motion having been submitted 1o a vote, th* vol» th«reon was as follows: Yeas: Dan Wise, Charles Ware, Joseph Flonagan. B. C. Fletcher, Billy Primm, John Poche/ Jr., Harry Reeves. Noys: None. Absent: None. The motion was declared adopted on this, Ih* 24lh day of November, 1745. (Other business not pertinent lo Ihe I ohove appears In Ihe minutes ol Ihe j Hireling). I Pursuant lo motion duly made and carried the City Council odiourncd. DAN WISE, I, Ji/rty Trommell, do hereby certify Jhaf, I gm th» duly qualified and acting Cleric of tho Council of th* city ef Lak* Cnar1*fc Colcoileu Parish, Louisiana. i further certify that th* above end. foregoing |j g tru* ond correct txtrocl copy of the minutes of a meetlnfl of th* duly qualified and acting members of the ply council of sold city held on November S4, 194J, and of a motion adopted at said meeting, os said minutes and motion are officially of record In my possession. In wllncss whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my official signature and im- i Pressed hereon the official seal of sold city this 26th da/ of November, W5. JUDY TRAMMELL, ,, , Clerk of the Council. (Seal.) Dec. 4 .H. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given of the Introduction ol a meeting of tho Council of th* iJ' v »?.'i. L j oko fl 01 "'**' Louisiana held on the 24th day of November, 1945, of a resolution, Ihe tine of which Is as follows: RESOLUTION NO. 1M-4S A Resolution formally ordering the con- structlon paving Improvements on certain portions of certain streets within the. corporate limits of Ih* City of Lake Chorles, Louisiana, approving the plons ond specifications therefor, and authorizing and directing the Mayor of stitd City to advertise for sealed bids lor the construction of sold work and directing the giving of public notice In !i lor ,"\ and mnn ner provided by Sec- i, 1 , 0 " 5 , ?£'," ? 3 , 14 ' Inclusive,. of Title S«et»rnMr Notice Is hereby given that copies of sold resolution In final written form are fh ']•'?. wl !".'",<» Clerk of tho Council of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, and aro available for public Inspection by any m Jl ros !F, d L. parl y/ °. nri lhot '"« said resolution will be adopted af the next regular meeting of said Cily Council occurlng more than seven days after Ih* dot* of the publication of this notice (s) JAMES E, SUDDUTH, (S) JUDY TRAMMELI , MaV ° r- Clerk of Ihe Council. Dec. 4_ .,, PROCEEDINGS Off THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKE CHARLES, STATE OF LOUISIANA, TAKEN AT THE SPECIAL MEETING BER 24, 1945. V * EDNE 5DAY, NOVEM The City Council of the City of Lake Charles, State of Louisiana, met In special session m Its regular mcellnn nlacc Moyar af Ihety . ... November 24, 1965, at I ,.w o clock o.m. There were present: Dan Wise, Prcst- rii,t -„! ih. rmmrii ' ""!' Charles Wa "' Vice-President; Jo«i C iT«i loifkiiinn- s =1 h Flanot >an. B. C. Fletcher, Billy Slate of Lou slono: Prlmm, John Poche, Jr, Harrv Reeves Porlsh of Colcosleu: There wor« absent: None I, Judy Trammell, do h«Tfby certify The Cltv Council of th/.rilv nf l nk» lhat I am th« duly guolllled ond acting I CharlM, Louisiana woV rii/iv mrw.n.rt merle of th* Council of the City of Lake I by Don Wise, President, who announced Charles,.Calcaileu Parish,.Louisiana. thot the City Council was ready lor the I further certify that the above and foregoing Is a Irue and correct extract copy of the minutes of a meeting of the duly qualified and acllna members of th* City Council of said city held on November 24, 1965. and of a motion adopted at said meeting, as said minutes and motion are officially of record In my pos- lesslon. In witness whereof, I hav* hereunto subscribed my official signature and Impressed hereon 1he official seal of said city this ath day of November, 1965. JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. Dec. 4 -It. (Seal). NOTICE Notice Is hereby given of the Inlroduc- tlon at a meeting of the Council of the City of Lak* Charles, Louisiana held on the 34th day of November, 1965, of a resolution, th* title of which lows! RESOLUTION NO. 103-«5 A Resolution formally ordering the construction paving Improvements on cer- tnin portions of certain streets within Ihe corporate limits of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, approving the plans and specifications therefor, and authorizing and directing the Mayor of said City to advertise for scaled bids lor th* construction of sold work and dl transaction of business. A proposed resolution, entitled os follows, wos Introduced by Councilman Ware and read oloud In full by fh* Clerk of Ihe Council. RESOLUTION NO. 102-«S A Resolution formally ordering th* construction of pavlno Improvements on certain portions of certain streets within th* corporal* limits of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, approving the Inerefor, reeling the giving of public notlcff In the form and mannsr provided by Sections 3301-3314, Inclusive, of Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950 (R.S. 33:3301 - 33:3316). Nolle* Is hereby given thot copies of plans and specifications therefor, and authorizing and directing the Mayor of said City to advertise lor sealed bids for the construction ot said work and directing th* giving of public notice In the form and manner provided by Sections 3301 - 3314, Inclusive of Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950 (R. S. 33:3301-33:3316). A motion was made by Councilman Wore and seconded by Councilman Poche ---• -• - i that tho above proposed resolution be Is as fol- j placed on file with the Clerk of the Council for public Inspection, thai notice of the Introduction of said resolution be published in accordance with law, and glv- inn notice that the said resolution will be adopted at Ihe next regular meeting ot the City Council occurlng more than seven days after the date of publication of the notice of Introduction. This motion havlnq been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows: Yeas: Dan Wise, Charles Ware, Jo- said resolution In final written form are on file with- the Clerk of th* Council of the Cily of Lake Chorles. Louisiana, and ore available for public Inspection by any Interested party, and fhat th* said resolu- lion will ba adopted at the next requlor mcelina ol said CHy Council occrrrma more than seven days otter Ihe date of the publication of this notice. (s) JAMES E (s) JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. Dec. 4 soph Flanagan, B. C. Fletcher Billy Prlmm, John Poche, Jr., Harry Reeves. Nays: None. Absent: None. The motion was declared adopted on this, the 24th day ol November, 1965. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CIL OF THE CITY CHARLES, STATE OF TAKEN AT THE SPECIAL MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1965. The iCItv Council of the City of Lake Chorles, Stale of Louisiana, met in spc- t ioi session at its regular meeting place In the City Hall, Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Wednesday, November 24, 1M5, at 9.00 o'clock a.m. There were present: Dan Wise, Charles Ware, Joseph Finn- onan, B. C. Fletcher, Billy Prlmm, John Poche, Jr., Harry Reeves. Th«re were absent: The Cily Council of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, was duly convened by Dan Wise, President, who announced thot the City Council was ready for the transaction of business. A proposed resolution, entitled as follows, was Introduced by Councilman Ware and read aloud In lull by the Clerk (Other business not pertinent to the above appears In thg minutes of the meeting). Pursuant to motion duly mode and carried the City Council adlourned. DAN WISE, President of the Council. JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Mayor of the City ol Lake Charles SUDDUTH, 1 Attest: Mayor, i (s) JUDY TRAMMELL, i Clerk of the Council. State of Louisiana: -It. ( Parish of Calcasieu: i I, Jurty Trammell, do hereby certify CITY r.OUN- j that I am the duly qualifier) and acting OF LAKElcierk of the Council of the Cily ol Lake I LOUJSJANA, Chorles, Colcasleu Parish, Louisiana. I further certify that the above and foregoing Is o true and correct extract copy of'the minutes of a meeting of the duly qualified and acting members of the City Council of laid city held on November 24, 1965, and of a motion adopted at said meeting, as said minutes and motion aro officially of record In rny possession. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my official signature and Impressed hereon the official seal of said city this 261h day of November, 1965. JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of the Council. (Seal.) Dec. 4 -It. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given of the Introduction at a meeting ol Ilia Council ol the City of Lake Chorles, Louisiana held on of the Council. the' 24th day of November, 1965, of a RESOLUTION NO. 104-65 ! resolution, the title of which Is as lol. A Resolution tormnlly ordering the con- j lows: strucllon of paving Improvements on | RESOLUTION NO. 102-65 certain portions of certain streets within the corporate limits of Ihe City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, approving fhe plans ond specifications thcretor, and authorizing and directing the Mayor of sold City to advertise for sealed bids for th* construction of said work and directing the giving of public notice In the form and manner provided by Sections 3301 - 3316, Inclusive, of Title 33 ot the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950 (R. S. 33:3301 - 33:3316). A motion was made by Councilman War* and seconded by Councilman Flanngan that th* abovo proposed resolution be placed on III* With the Clerk of Iho Council for public Inspection, lhat notice of th* Introduction of said resolution be published In accordance with law, and giving nolle* lhat the said resolution will be adopted al the next regular meeting of the City Council occurring more than seven days after the date of publication of the notice of Introduction. This rnollon havino been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon woi as follows: Yeas: Dun Wise, Charles Warn, Jo- sent) Flanaqon. B. C. Fletcher, Billy Primm, John Poche, Jr., Harry Reeves. Noys: None. Absent: None. The motion was declared adopted on this. lh» 24lh day of November, 1%5. (Other business nnt pernnent tn the nbove appears In Ihe minutes of th* mfetlng ) Pursuant lo motion duly made and carried Ih* City Council ad ournerl. DAN WISE. President of the Council. JAMES E. SUDDUTH, Mayor of Ihe Cily ol Lake Chailcs. Attest: (s) JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of th* Council. Slate of Louisiana: Parish of Calcasieu: CARMICHAEL A Resolution formally ordering the construction pavlna Improvements on c.rr- tain portions of certain streets within the corporate limits ol the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, approving the plans ond specifications therefor, and authorizing and directing the Mayor of sold Cily to advertise for sealed bids for fhe construction of said work and directing Ihe giving of public notice In the form and manner provided by Sections 33013316, Inclusive, of Title 33 of th* Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950 (R.S. 33:3301 • 33:3316). Notice Is hereby given that copies of said resolution In final written form are on file with the Clerk of th* Council of Ihe City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, and or* available for public Inspection by any Interested party, and that the said resolution will be adopted at Ihe next regular meeting of said City Council occurlna more (nan seven days after Ihe date of Mayor. (Si JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of tho Council. Dec. 4 RESOLUTION NO. 65-45 A Resolution accepting Ihe bid of Flen- nlken Construction Company for the construction of paving Improvements In rertaln streets within the Cily ot Lnk» Charles, Louisiana, and authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Flennlken Construction Company for and on behalf of Ihe City of Lake Charles and providing thot th* checks nt tho unsuccessful bidder b* returned and that tho checks of the successful bidder h* retained until written contract hos been signed and executed and Ih* security required by law has been furnished by It. Be It resolved by the City Council of Ihe City of Lake Chorles, Louisiana, In renular session convened that: Section 1- The City Council of the Cllv of take Chnrleu, acting as the governing authority of said City, hereby accepts the hid submitted by Flennlken Construction Company in the sum of Sixty-Seven Thousand Two Hundred Fifty-Two and J5-IOO Dollars H67.252.J5) lor the construction of paving Improvements on certain streets within the City of Lake rharles, Louisiana, as set form In Exhibit "A" attached hereto and mad* a part hereof by reference and th* contract lor the construction of said paving Improvements be and Ih* sam* Is awarded lo Flennlken Construction Company upon execution by It of written eontroct there- for, ond tha furnishing by It of th* security by low, and th* Mayor of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, be ana" he Is authorized and directed to execute a contract with Flennlken Construction Company for and on behalf of the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, a copy of which contract shall be filed with the City Clerk wher* It shall be available for public Inspection. Section 2: The checks ot the unsuccessful bidders tac returned to them but the check ot the successful bidder be retained until written contract has been signed ond executed, and Ihe security required by low has been furnished by it. CHARLES, STATE TAKEN AT THB ING HELD ON C.EMB6R 1, IMS. OP LOUISIANA REGULAR MEET WEDNESDAY, DE .„. _.iy Council of th« City of Lake Charles, State at Louisiana, mat In regular lesslon at It* regular meeting place In th* City Hall/Lak* CharlM, Louisiana, on Wednesday, Pucember 1, 1»5, ot 9:00 Q m. Ther* were pr«»*nt th« following Councllmen: Dan Wise, Charles Ware, Joseph Flanagan, B. C. Fletcher, Billy Prlmm, John Poche, Jr., Harry Reeves. There were abieni; Nonu. The Cily Council of the City of Loke Charles, Louisiana, was duly convened by Dan Wise, President, who announced (hut the Council vvo'- ready tronvxtictn ot business ; A motion wus mode by Councilman! Churlc-i Wore, seconded by Coun.Mlnian | John 'Pocht, jr.. to adopt the following proposed icsolutlon entitled ond rcadina as loilowv which wa;, introduced at the regular meeting of this Council on the 15th day of September. 1965, read In lull by the Clerk ol l"e Council and Ihe date of poisone thereof tlxed for the fust reg ulor council meellni than »ev«n days ol. cotton of th* nolle* „ —,- Council noted thai nolle* of thet Introduction of the said resolution had bsfn duly published in tht Lak» Charles Amer- llxca lor me ursi ic«- a dqy occurring niors ftw Uw <J?tt of publl- .» of Inlroductlon. Th» I APMIRR YOUR \ I RE YOU JUST UfitOUS TO X REASONS NOW MY SECRET WK-WANTEP TO KNOW WHEN OUR PROBATfON'U BE FINISHER HONESTY. STEP BOY5. WANTEP TO ASK ONE QUESTION, MA'AM. WE'VE MEN WAITING AFTERNOON FOR YOU TO COME HOME, at> MOTHER HUB9ARD. ON YOUR REASON FOR ASKING ME THE QUESTION. 6TOP IT/ THE \ NEXT ONE WHO * COMPLAINS HAS TO WALK/ IT'S MV TO SIT NEXT TO TH& WIS'DOW/ THEM T WOULDN'T UAVr ANY OP THIS IT'S TRIPS LIKE TMiS TMAT MAKE //.= WiSl-l I'D GOT A\Aet?tet? AMP MAP WHEN A26 WE SONMA <5=T BEtSUt BAILEY YfONPERFUt THINGS IT'S STILL A SECRET FROM /*»£/ „. /WR. BLESSING- > HAVE THEM JOIN ME J* ANP Ml?. HARPER ) HERE M THE MAIL ^ TO SEE YOU, •f'ROOM/ 1 CAN'T WAIT MR.HOLCOM8//TOSEE CLAUPE'S FACE WHEN HE SEES THIS/ IN A FEWMINUTE5 YOU'LL FINP OUT/ YOU HAVE MX WORP/ YOU'LL EXCUSE US/MARX? ONLY IP I'M THE FIRST TO KNOW/ WHATEVER IT IS/ ... WAT'S <50fW<5 ON BETWEEN TWO, ANYHOW? ON STAGE OH-I-THOUGHT-IT WAS MV FATHER. = MOON GOVERNO THIS WHOLE FLOOR. AHf J HEAR A BABY ^-CRYING. DICK TRACY OEST R'MEMBERIN 1 /«H WABH'TOVER ALL.OUAH QROWNUPS COME HOME FROM A NIGHT "VISIT" OVER VONDEtf WITH LOADS AM' LOADS o 1 STUFF! WEEK ATOM,THEM APIS AN' LEES GOT BACK FROM TW SOLDIEWi STILL R'CAUL PAPPY, UNCLES, COUSIMS, TEN OF 'EM IN A ROW, SWINGIN' FROM THET BIG OAK DOWN BYTHSWAMP! . /' YEAH I THEY COT SOME 0" NINE,TOO, THET TIME! BUT THEY CAINT PROV WE EVRH S£EN HER! WHATCMA LOOKIN PER ALL TH' TIME, SLASH? G NOT EFFEN WE IT DONE DOIN' WHATS T'GIT DID! APTS SET SECH STORE BY/ GOOD KEER! ORPHAN ANNIE DR. MORGAN... BERT HAPPENS TO BE MY A Y..YES... HUSBAND...AND LJNTILTHAT STATUS CHANGES...STAY AWAY FROM HIM.' DO I MAKE A\YSELF CLEAR? REX MORGAN, M. &. THEN, A SHORT TIME LATER.,. BE CAREFUL TO STEP EXACTLY WHERE HONOREP TECTtt THERE ARE LANP MINES FOOT. JUST ONE QUESTION, LHA55A WHEREVER. WE'RE G01N& HOW PO WE TELL' WE SET THERE?.' THAT CORP, MISTER &OUATH.',. IF IT BKfAKS, I'U SHOOT YOU DOW UK£ A MAP DOG f IE IS WALKING TOWARP THE ARMCHAIR WITH MOMENT "KM WILL HEAR.. KERRY DRAK6 SATURDAY, DEC. 4, |96S, Lok» ChoMei American PKS» -J J LEGAL NOTICES _ icnnTr«7» In Ms !»YiT» of Jh« l»Th day and had r«m«ln«i r ( , on fl i with th« Cl*rk of Ih* Council for public Inspection not lesi than Mvin doy» T? NO. 1*1144 EXHIBIT "A" Pro|«c| "A" Th« construction of Porflond c«m<mt conertle povement lo a width of thirty- four feel (34') toqcthsr with integral curb ond puller ond with sidewalks on Seventh Avsnuc from Seventeenth Strccf south 19 o point 1?J !e«l south of Elflhteenth Strccl. Prelect "B" The construction af Portland csment concrete pavement to a width of twenty- nine feet (W) together with Intearol curb and aulter ond with sidewalks (except in front of Ihe commercial property next lo State Hlehwav No. 14) on Elgh- tpenth Street from Seventh Avenut ta Stale Highway No. 14. Proletf "C" The construction of Portland cemenl concrete pavement to o width af fourteen fpct (H 1 ) together with Integral curb and Duller and without sidewalks an alley between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets and Seventh Avenua and the Eos lint of Block 18, Oak Park Addition No 10, Prolccf "0" The construction of Portland cemen concrcle pavement lo a width of twenty five test (35') together with Integral curb ond gutter ond wllh sidewalks on Sev Avenue from end of exist pavement on the north side of the Mlssour Pacific Railroad. This resolution having been submlttec In o vale, the vete thereon was a to) lows: Yeas: Charles Ware, Joseph Flana oon, B. c. Fletcher, Billy Prlmm, Johi Porhe, Jr., Harry Reeves, Don Wise. Nays: Nnn«. LEGAL NOTICES Th» r«oluil«n w« declared adapted on Mi. th* 1st day of December, MS. (Other bujlness not pertinent to Ih* bov* oppearj In lh« minute* of lh« m«*t- .juanr la mollbn duly mad« 8no* ear,,d th. City council od,«gr.jL W|SE _ President at the Council. (j) JAMES E. SUODUTH. Mnyor el the City o( Lok» Chorlw, J) JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk of tht Council. ital« of LouUlona: 'arlsh af Colcailcu: I, Judy Trommell, do hereby certify hot I om the duly, qualified and acting Clerk Bf In* Ceunelf of Ihe City of LaK» Charles, ColcaJleu Parish, Louisiana. I further certify Ihot lh« above and oregolno |J a trus and correct extract copy of th» mlnutn of a meeting of the duly qualified and acting members of th* City Council of said city held on December 1> 1WS, and of a Resolution adopted at said meeting, as said minutes and Sesetutlen or» officially ol record in my lasesslon. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed mv official signature end impressed hereon Ihe official seal of sold city this 1st day of December, 1963. (Seal). JUDY TRAMMELL, Clerk ol the Concll. Dec_4I_ _ -It, I am applying for a lull and complete pardon and restoration of clliicnshlp papers. FRED JONES, JR. Nov. 30-Dec. 4.9. I am applying far clemency. JAMES E. WILSON. Nev. no-Ode. M. -3H ACROSS 1 Cut 5 Stall 9 Cancel out 14 Arm bone 15 Piece of evidence 16 Greek letter. 17 Mite 18 Practical 20 Move in bullfighting 22 Contest 23 Gritty 24 American Beauty 25 Grog 26 Replenished 30 Broadway fors 33 Refuge 34 Mine product 35 Provoke 36 Tippler 37 Principal 38 Harem room 39 Jeopardy 40 Sweet ond pretty 41 Tennis strok* 43 Is able 44 Viscous 45 Leofy crop 49 Three-dimensional sound 52 Many a bey- aged 8 to 10: 2 words 53 Vivacious folk dance Injure Fine violin 37 Udg* 58 Church port 59 Take it «osy 60 Versifier 61 Evil glance DOWN Tropical fruit 2 Change 3 Night sound 4 Favorite sandwich: 3 word* 5 Breach of unity 6 Position 7 Aspect 8 Crimson 9 Intervenes: 2 words 10 Place of worship 11 Decoratt again 12 Shoshonean trib» 13 Ordered 19 Dancer 21 Entre — 24 Merrymaking 26 Fast 27 Bank business PuziU of 28 Hibernia •29 Re|ect 30 Classroom figure: abbr. 31 Resort near Venice 32 Winged 33 Callous 36 Vessel with spout 37 Relating to monks 39 Arizona city 40 Girl's nicknomi 42 Mistakes 43 Bright blu« 45 Net 46 Small car 47 Swear 48 Mustelino mammal 49 Asterisk 50 Submissive 51 Of an. age 52 Mus« 54 Clairvoyance: abbr. Cify Afrporf Gefs Surprise Funds An unexpected source of in-1 the land had been leased, come caused the Lake Charles: The man told Dumatrait Airport Authority to take ac- j there was also a rice crop 1 lion Friday afternoon to avoid j grown on airport property, and, future occurences along t h e ! as soon as it was sold, a check same line. , would be forthcoming. ! VV. J. Dumatrait, airport ! Dumatrait said the land was manager, told tte board he re- ! not fenced, and it was almost i cently received a check from i impossible for airport employ- I •' _ _ . I i _ _1 • _. 1 * .!...!. .!...._ _ • L tenant farmer for $40. The payment was for airport land used by the farmer. Tho fanner told Dumatrait payment was money for acreage under soy bean cultivation, Dumatrait said, Diimatrait said the es to distinguish where airport property began and ended. Board member Cecil Colon proposed fencing the 40 acres in question. The board gave Dumatrait permission to get an estimate on fencing. . [ The board voted to advertise . iii the forty acres for lease, question was not under lease, j ' He said a bid for leasing the i land land had been turned down ear- i Her this year by the authority. t ! The airport manager said the company submitting the bid employed tenant farmers. A breakdown in communications between the company and its fanners led the man to believe Bids Asked For Airport Gift Shop Bids will be accepted by the Lake Charles Airport Authority on space in the terminal build' ing for the location of a gift J. Dumatrait, airport lop, W. , manager, tokl the board Friday afternoon that a firm bad offered to lease one o! the spaces in the terminal for a gift Budget Is Approved The Lake Charles Airport Authority approved a $147,371 budget for 1966 at its monthly meeting Friday afternoon. The budget shows an anticipated revenue of $142,644 with estimated expenditures of $142,644. Largest slice of the budget will go for salary to personnel employed at the Lake Charles Municipal Airport. Anticipated salary expenditures in the budget are $68,914. Other anticipated expenditures are; contractual service, |43,506; material and supplies, $18,400, fixed charges, $8,374; tools and equipment and shop. The shop will handle ana souvenirs, some import-' cd gifts, magazines and other ; . .small gift items, Dumatrait nucs. Estimated tax income foe said. $1,975, and miscellaneous contingencies, $2,500. Taxes will supply the largest amount of the anticipated rave- the year is $78,369. Other r§ve- An offer made by the firm j nue will be derived from the **•* SMILIM JACK for ihe space could not be accepted aa bids oiust be asked for rental space in accordance with state law. airport operation. For 1965, the revenues will exceed the 1965 budget estimate by about $13,000.

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