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16 , lalti Chart« Artterfefltr Press LEGAL NOTICES PROCEEDINGS CALCASIEU PARISH POLICE JURY Lotte Chorles, Lo., August 7. mj. Tht Pellet Jury ef the Parish «f Col eolteu. Louisiana, met In Regular Session convened this 7th day of AuouJt. 1%J, ot Its regulor meeting piece In the Courthouse at"9:do e'ciecS a.m., with the Honorable Tom Wotson, President, presiding ond the following members present: Joe A. Bend, Offfe Derouen, Milton Duhon. Lawrence Fobocher, Bt- ylon Hebert, uoree LeBleo, A. G. Lena, Pete J. Monena, Johnny Miller, Morgan J. Musser, Joseph w. Resfeet and Terrell Woosley Jr. Absent: Lawrence Robl- fleaux and Roy Whotley. Invocation was pronounced by Mr. Mor- flan J. Musser. It wos moved by Mr. Hebert, Seconded by Mr. Duhon ond carried, fhat the following Clolms Committee Report be Odopted. CLAIMS COMMITTEE REPORT August t, 1M3 To the President ond Members Calcasieu Parish Police Jury Gentlemen: We, your Claims Committee met this «th day of August, 196J, examined and approved bills for payment, as soon as funds are available on, Special Funds Payroll Register No. U,W to No. 14 WO Inclusive, omountlng to S74.1S3.83; on Special Funds Voucher Register No. *«J to No. 9,784 Inclusive amounting to SI8A- U3.83. On General Funds Payroll Register No. 3A17 to No. 3.758 Inclusive, amounting to S20.494.47; on General Funds Voucher Register No. 4,543 to No. 4,472 inclusive, amounting to $42.370.01. Respectfully submitted, IS) MORGAN J. MUSSER, Chairmen. (s) MILTON DUHON Is) JOE A. BOND (s) JOHNNY MILLER (s) LOREE LEBLEU (s) PETE J. MANENA (S) J. W. ROSTEET Is) A. G. LONG (S) OFFIE DEROUEN (S) LAWRENCE FABACHER M BEVIAN HEBERT (S) TERRELL WOOSLEY, JR. it was moved by Mr. Duhon, seconded by Mr. Hebert ond carried, thot the minutes of the Regular Police Jury meet- Ing held July 3, 1962, be approved as written. Mr. Norman Fruge. Parish License Officer, presented applications for Liquor end Beer permits. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. LeBleu and carried, that the following Liquor and Beer permits be approved. Ward Three: Joe Velllon, Horace Cel- tstine, Vlrgle Gorrlck, Antonio Brown, Luther Wood. It wos moved by Mr. Fabacher, sec- ended by Mr. Duhon ond carried, that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION A Resolution revoking the lolnt services agreement presently existing between the Police Jury of Colcosleu Parish, Louisiana, and Community Center and Playground District No. Three, Word Seven, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. Whereas, the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, on October 6, 1959, by Resolution, entered Into a joint services agreement with Community Center ond Playground District No. Three, Word Seven, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, under the terms of which all funds annually allocated by the Police Jury to Word Seven of Colcasleu Parish, for the purposes of recreation, were to be used In conjunction with the funds of Community Center ond Playground District No. Three of Colcasleu Parish; and Whereos, one of the moving considerations of this lolnt services agreement was to provide assistance to the Community Center and Playground District to get underway in Its program of recreation; ond Whereas, it was expressly provided In said resolution that the agreement would continue from year to year until revoked by either of the public bodies therein Involved; and Whereas, It has now been determined by this Police Jury that the original necessity for assistance by this Police Jury to the Community Center ond Playground District No. Three no longer exists. Inasmuch as the Community Center and Playground District has successfully Inaugurated Its program of recreation; Be It, therefore, resolved by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, that It does hereby revoke the joint services agreement hitherto existing between It ond Community Center and Playground District No. Three, Word Seven, Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, which agreement Is dated October 6, 1959. Said resolution was duly carried this 7th day of August, 1962. Approved: (s) TOM WATSON, Attest: President, (s) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Long and carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Whereas, the Missouri Pacific Railroad and the Illinois Central Railroad have filed an application with the Interstate Commerce Commission for permission to abandon their jointly operated train known as "The Orleaneon" now operating between New Orleans and Houston by way of Baton Rouge, and Whereas, this discontinuance of this service would seriously curtail the travels of all the people It now serves in numerous towns and parishes, as well es affect oil moll ond express deliveries end have a very substantial effect on the economy of this area. Now therefore. Be It resolved by the Police Jury of the Parish of Calcosleu, Louisiana, In regular session convened this 7th day of August, 1962, that this Body does hereby go on record as strongly opposing this proposed move by the Railroads and earnestly request The Interstate C o m- merce Commission to give the matter serious thought ond consideration. Be it further resolved, etc., that we do hereby respectfully request a public heor- Ing be held on the matter at Opelousos, Louisiana. (s) TOM WATSON, Attest: President. (S) EDNA F. ROCK Secretary. it was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded by Mr. Fabacher ond carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Be It resolved by the Police Jury of the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, In regular session convened this 7th day of August, 1962, that we do hereby request the State to release the $27,000.00 Parish Allotment os provided by Act 75 of 1962. Be It further resolved, etc., that the Police Jury of the Parish of Colcasleu does hereby pledge to use the allotted funds for construction ond-or maintenance of gravel roads and-or for drainage and road drainage purposes and-or erecting fences ond their up-keep glong the rlghts-of-way of all paved and blacktop roads within the said Parish. (s) TOM WATSON, President, Police Jury, Parish of Calcasleu. Attest: (s) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary, Police Jury Parish of Calcasleu Approved: (S) GUY W. SOCKRIDER JR., Senator, 14th Judicial District. (I) A. C. CLEMONS, JR. Senator, Hth Judicial District. (S) JESSE M. KNOWLES, Representative, Parish of Colcasleu. (I) J. M. BROWN, Representative, Perish of Calcasleu. If was moved by Mr. Duhon, seconded by, Mr. Fabacher ond carried, thot the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Be It resolved by the Police Jury of the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, In regular session convened this 7th day of August, 1962 thot the Treasurer of lhl» Parish be outhorlzed to divide equally between the Eight Road Districts th« $27,000 allotment under Act 75 of 1962, upon receipt of same from the Statt of Louisiana. (s) TOM WATSON President, Police Jury, Parish ot Calcosleu. Attest: (S) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary, Police Jury, Parish of Colcasleu. It was moved by Mr. Fabacher, seconded by Mr. Bond ond carried, that the (allowing Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION A resolution concurring In the award of a construction contract on behalf of Sub-Rood District No. 1 ol Road District No. 7 and authorizing the President to execute copies of the said contract on behalf of the sold Sub-Rood District. Bt II resolved by the Police Jury of the Parish of Calcosleu, acting as the governing authority of Sub-Road District No. 1 of Road District No. 7 of the Par- Ish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, os follows: Section 1. That proceedings of the Mayor ond Board of Aldermen adopted June 12, 1962, providing for the receiving and opening of sealed bios for toe construction of road and street Improvements, awarding of a construction contract pur- luanl to the tabulation of bids and recommendation* of Carntglt & Smith En- glnetrs, s copy of which I* annexed to this resolution, mode o part hereof and marked os "Exhibit A' r lor Identification herewith I; hereby concurred In, and this Police Jury doei hereby ratify ond approve the awarding of a construction contract to R. E. Heldt Construction Company In accordance; with the pious ond specification* prepared by Carnegie & Smith on a unit basis for o to- lal estimated omounl of $197,011.70, of which amount Sub-Road District No. 1 Of Rood District No. 7 jhoJI b* liable only ior its proportionate shore at provided In the Local Services Contract between told SvORpad District and th| Towo el yialon. Thi foregoing; resolution was iubmlt* LE6AL NOTICES ted to o vote and fh* vow thereon wos a* fallows: . Yeo*: Messrs. Send, Deroocn, Duhon. Fabacher, Hebert, LeBleu, Lena, Mane- mi, Miller, Musser, Rosteet, Woosley. Nays: None. Absent: L. Robideoux end Pay What- firy. And the resolution was declared adopt- M en this fh* 7th day of August, 1963. Is) TOM WATSON, (S) TOM WATSON, President, Calcasleu Parish P«Hc* Jury. Attest: <S) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Rosteet end carried, that the following Courthouse end Jail Committee Report be adopted. COURTHOUSE AND JAIL COMMITTEE REPORT July Mft>, 1M2 Th* Courthouse and Jail Cemmlttee met this 28th day of July, 1M2, et 5:00 o'clock p.m. In the Police Jury Conference Room with the following members present: Loree LeBfeu, Chairman, A. G. Long, J. W. Rosteet, Terrell Woosley Jr., President Watson ond Morgan J. Muser, Vice Chairman Finance Committee. Absent: Bevlon Hebert ond L. Robldeaux. Mr. LeBleu, presiding Chairman, stated he had called the meeting to discuss several matters coming up ot the regular meeting. The Special Committee appointed to contact the Richard Heirs relative to the purchase of their property reported that on agreement had been reached whereby the committee virtually agreed to pur- chose the property for $100.000.00. It was moved by Mr. Rosteet, seconded by Mr. Woosley, thot the Committee recommend to the Jury thot the Richard P roperty be purchased by the Parish for IB sum of $100,000.00. Pursuant to o letter written by Mr. Wafson to Mr. Herrirt, owner of the Herrin property, offering to purchase the property for s&3,000.00, o letter was received from Mr. Hcrrln wherein he stated the property wos for sole for $125,000.00 cosh. The Committee authorized Mr. Wotson to write Mr. Herrin thot the Police Jury was not Interested ot that price. Mr. LeBleu mentioned the tact thot an architect hod been authorized hired to draw up plans for remolding of of* flees for the Registrar of Voters ond remodeling of the former Registrar's office for the Assessor. During the month Mr. Oulnn of Dunn 4 Qulnn, Architects, presented plans to the Committee ond pursuant thereto advertising for bids to be received at the August meeting Is now being published. Mr. Woosley moved that the advertise- •,ient be ratified and confirmed, seconded by Mr. Rosteet. Mr. LeBleu stated he had authorized the Installation of a new glass door ot the Jail back entrance for the sum of S24X.OO. Mr. Rosteet moved, seconded by Mr. Woosley, that this action be ratified. Upon a request by the District Judges for Installation of acoustical blocks In the Secretarys' office and hall, with acoustical ceiling In the hall, a bid was submitted by C. M. Long, Inc. for the sum of $243.00. Mr. Long moved, seconded by Mr. Rosteet, that the bid of C. M. Long, Inc. be accepted and the acoustical work be authorized done. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted, (s) LOREE LEBLEU, Chairman. (s) A. G. LONG (S) J. W. ROSTEET (s) TERRELL WOOSLEY. JR. (S) MORGAN J. MUSSER (S) TOM WATSON It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Rosteet and carried, that President Watson be outhorlzed to make o firm offer to the Richard Heirs for purchase of the property as recommended In the Courthouse ond Jail Committee report of July 26th. It was moved by Mr. LeBleu, seconded by Mr. Hebert and carried, thot the following Ordinance be adopted. ORDINANCE NUMBER 1071 An Ordinance granting to T. V. Cable, Inc., successors and assigns for on Initial period of forty years from the dote this ordinance takes effect the right, privilege and non-exclusive franchise to furnish direct wire reception of television and music and the like programs to the citizens and residents of Calca- sleu Parish, Louisiana, and the public In general by means of the establishment of a master antenna system utilizing a special tower and antennas, a master control unit and amplifiers, and relaying the television signals, or Inducing the television signals directly Into the television receivers together with the right ond privilege to use ond occupy any poles it may arrange for, together with the right and privilege to erect and maintain, construct and reconstruct, replace, renew, extend, repair ond possess and-or operate and maintain In, along, upon, over, under and across with such poles, fixtures, cables, appurtenances and all facilities and equipment as may be necessary end convenient for its business as a television furnisher In supplying the citizens and residents of said Parish, companies. Institutions, schools, churches, ond the public In general and to use and occupy these alleys, streets, roads, highways bridges, lines, sidewalks, right-of-ways, easements, and servitudes for the purpose of operating such a system. Whereas, In order to operate said community antenna system ft is necessary thot the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, arant a franchise to T. V, Cable, Inc., Its successors and assigns. Now therefore, be it ordained by the Parish of Calcasleu as follows: Section 1: That the present utility poles may be used with the consent and permission of the owners, and or If supplied by the grantee together with all necessary fixtures, equipment, supplies and attachments cables and a m p 11 tiers, stays, anchors, guy wires, boosters and the like, shall be placed and maintained above or under, along, upon, beside, across so os not to interfere or conflict In any manner with travel on such streets, alleys or public ways of this Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana. Section 2. That the grantee shall hold the Parish of Calcasleu free and harmless from damage arising from any abuse or neglect by said grantee. Section 3: That said poles and wires and underground cables shall be placed so as not to Interfere with the flow of water In any sewer or drain, gutter or with any gas or water lines and this grant Is made to be enjoyed subject to all such reasonable regulations and ordinances of o police nature only as this Parish may authorize or may see proper from time to time to adopt, and the grantor shall have no other regulatory power or restrictions destructive to the rights herein granted. Section 4: That the grantee of this franchise shall carry public liability Insurance covering Its activities In the amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) due to the Injury of any one person and Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) (or personal Injuries for any one accident ond Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) for property damage to the Parish, pole owners or pipeline owners. Section 5: Thot the grantee of this franchise shall give and grant without cost at least two channels of the cable system for the free use and benefit of the school system of the City of Lake Charles for the term of this contract os they see fit for educational advantages or purposes five days and nights each week Mondays to Fridays Inclusive. Section 6: That the grantee of this franchise shall In the same manner and on the same terms and duration give the Ministerial Association of the City of Lake Charles every Sunday and Sunday night. Section 7: Thot the grantee of this franchise shall in the same manner and on the same terms and duration give the remaining day for the use and advantage for community welfare and advancement. Section 8: Thot If any clause, part or section of this agreement Is Illegal or not cognate to the subject expressed in the tide, the remaining provisions hereof shall not be thereby effected, but shall have full force and effect herein. This Ordinance wos read and adopted section by section and by motion offered by Police Juror Mr. LeBleu and seconded by Police Juror Mr. Hebert and on final passage the vote was as follows: Yeas: 12 Nays: None Absent: 2 Not Voting: President Watson. And the Ordinance was declared adopt>ed and was approved and signed by the President of the Police Jury of the Parish of Calcosleu, Stole of Louisiana, (his 7th day of August 1962. M TOM WATSON, Attest: President. (5) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretory. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Bond and carried, that the following Acceptance be approved. ACCEPTANCE Acceptance Is hereby acknowledged of labor and materials Incorporated In the construction of the Vlnton Branch, Cal- cosleu Parish Library, Vlnton, Louisiana, for Ihe Calcasleu Parish Police Jury, Lake Charles, Louisiana, under contract doled the 12th day of March, 19*2, by and between Hartley, Incorporated Contractor, and Colcasleu Parish Police Jury, Owner. CALCASIEU PARISH POLICE JURY, By: (s) TOM WATSON, President. Approved: CALCASIEU PARISH LIBRARY BOARD OF CONTROL, By: (s) MARTIN DELANEY, President. Recommended: DUNN & QUINN ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS, By (s) G. QUINN, Co-Partner. August 3, W62, It was moved by Mr. Mujser, seconded by Mr. Faoocher ond carried, fhaf Clgud- lys Mayo be re-appointed a member ol Ihe Colcosleu Parish Library Board for LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES o fivi year term efftcffvt August 7th it'was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded by Mr. Musser and carried, thot the following Resolution be adopted. ftESOLurroi* B» ft resolved by th* Police Jury ef the Parish ef Colcosleu, Louisiana, in regular session convened this 7th day ef August, 1965, fhat ejection is hereby reglifered In connection with the abandonment and filling ef East-West Canal through ond across trie Southwest Quarter (SW <i) ef Section Thirty (30), T.- 11S-R9W, also through and across the Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter CSE"« of SE'i), Section Twenty-Five (25), T-11J-R10W, Lo. Meridian; And further oblectlon Is mad* to fh* reiineolshment to the property owners abutting upon each side of the servitude for the establishment of satd canal, which servitude was granted In the year 1911. It was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded by Mr. Fobacher and carried, that expenses of Milton Duhon In the amount of $7.50 for entertaining New Iberia Police Jurors at luncheon, be approved and authorized paid. it wos moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Hebert and carried, that the following Finance Committee Report be adopted. FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT August I, WI The Finance Committee met this 4th day of August, 1962, at 9:15 a.m. with the following members present: Mr. Derouen, Mr. LeBleu, Mr. Musser, Vlce- Cholrmon and President Watson. Mr. Watson stated a request hod been received from the Calcosieu Parish Cat- Memen's Association for an appropriation from the Parish for the purpose of helping to eradicate the screw worm from the Southwestern area of the United States. He further stated he hod obtained a favorable ruling from the District Attorney on the sublect. Mr. Musser moved that $500.00 be allotted by the Parish to the Southwest Animal Research Foundation to help fight the screw worm, which was seconded by Mr. LeBleu. | Mr. Musser moved thot $100.00 be ol- , lotted to the Military Affairs Committee ! of the Lake Charles Association of Commerce to help defray expenses ol a reception for National Guard ond Reserve Units discharged from active duty, which wos seconded by Mr. LeBleu. Respectfully submitted, (s) MORGAN MUSSER, Vice Chairman. (S) OFFIE DEROUEN (S) LOREE LEBLEU (S) TOM WATSON It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Woosley and carried that the report of the Courthouse and Jail Committee on repairs and supplies for tht month of July; the Typhus Control Program; Humane Society and Juvenile Office be approved. A report was made to the Jury that a donation had been made In memory of Jimmy L. Fontenot, deceased member of this Jury, to Boys Village by the Police Jurors of the Seventh Congressional District. Mr. Keith Lyons, Insurance agent from Sulphur, appeared before the Jury requesting that his agency be considered by the Police Jury tor participation In its Insurance program In the future. Mr. Lyons said that he was under the Impression that to participate In the Parish Insurance program a person had to be a member of either the Stock Exchange or the Mutual Exchange and he felt that this practice was unfair to the small agents. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Fabacher and carried, that the above matter be referred to the Insurance Committee. It wos moved by Mr. Fabocher, seconded by Mr. Musser and carried, that bid of Lake Charles Lumber Company, In the amount of $23,984.00 to remodel Tax Assessor's ond Registrar of Voters' Offices In the Courthouse, being the low bid, be accepted, and the President authorized to negotiate the contract. It was moved by Mr. Rosteet seconded by Mr. Woosley and carried, that the bid of W. T. Burton Industries, Inc., for 5,000 yards of clam shell at S2.3I per cubic yard, being the low bid, be accepted. | It was moved by Mr. Miller, seconded i by Mr. Derouen and carried, that bid of Boehck Engineering Company, Inc., for one (I) new Austin Western Motor grader with trade-In of used Caterpillar motor grader in the amount of 117,399.90, for Road District No. S, being the only bid, be accepted. It was moved by Mr. Hebert seconded by Mr. Fobacher and carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION The following Resolution was adopted by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, in regular session convened on this 7th day of August, 1962, Whereas, by plat of Oak Lake Estates, No. 2, filed November 16, 1961, recorded In Plot Book 13, Page 14, records of Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, a right-of-way for the street known os Starboard Drive was dedicated to the public, and Whereas, a portion of said dedicated right-of-way has never been opened or used by the public, and Is no longer needed for use as a public street right-of-way, It Is therefore resolved that the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, does hereby abandon: All that portion of Starboard Drive which lies South of the prolongation of the North line of Lot Two (2) of Block Nine (9) of Oak Lake Estates, No. 2, a subdivision as per plat recorded In Plot Book 13, Page 74, records of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana. This resolution passed and adopted by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Lou Islana, on this 7th day of August, 1962. (s) TOM WATSON, President. It was moved by Mr. Manena seconded by Mr. Bond and carried, that the fol lowing Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Bt It resolved by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, convened In Regular Session on the 7th day of August, 1962, that they do hereby officially abandon and-or retrocede to th» original grantors the following described portions of public streets In the Mrs. Grace Rosteet Subdivision In Section 3, Township 10 South, Range 8 West, Ward Three, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, to-wft: The South 629 feet, more or less, of a 20 foot dedicated right-of-way along the East side of Blocks 1, 2 and 3 of the Mrs. Grace Rosteet Subdivision, as per plat recorded In Plat Book 6 at Page 192, less and except that portion of said right-of-way which lies across Second Street. Be It further resolved thot the above described portions of public streets rights- of-way are hereby abandoned and-or re- troceded to the original grantors as provided by law. It was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded by Mr. Fabacher and carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Be It resolved by the Police Jury of Cal casleu Parish, Louisiana, convened In Regular Session on the 7th day of August, 1962, that they do hereby officially abandon the following described portions of an existing public road In Ward Four of Colcasieu Parish, Louisiana, to-wlt: Beginning at a point 52 feet South and 300 feet East of the Northwest corner of Lot 3 of Ecter Estate In the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 9 South, Range 9 West, as per plat recorded In Book 6 at page 64 of the records of Colcasleu Parish, Louisiana; thence In a Northeasterly direction to a point 25 feet South and 425 feet East of the Northwest corner of said Lot 3: thence East parallel to and 25 feet South of the North line of sold Lot 3 to a point 625 feet East and 25 feet South of the Northwest corner of said Lot 3. Said abandonment to be 50 feet wide and to be taken 25 feet on each side of the above described centerllne, and shall not In any way abandon any portion of that certain right-of-way dedicated by Elzle H. Cureton on January 4, 1962, and accepted by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish on March 6, 1962. Be It further resolved thot the above description of portions of public roods Is abandoned and with said abandoned portions referring to the abutting property owners as prescribed by law. It was moved by Mr. Musser, second ed by Mr. LeBleu and carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Whereas, Walter Rutherford, a resident of Calcosleu Parish Louisiana, did subdivide certain properly which subdivision Is colled Rutherford Subdivision, a subdivision of a tract of land In the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26, and the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, Section 36, Township 10 South, Range 8 West, Col- casleu Porlsh, Louisiana. Whereas, said plat wos filed for record In Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, on Oc lober S, 1954, bearing File No. 596573. Whereas, a plat of sold subdivision was preportd by R. E. Oxford, Licensed Surveyor, as being In accordance with the provisions of Louisiana Revised Statutes 33:5051 and with the laws and ordinances of the Parish of Colcosleu, Louisiana, all of which Is shown on sola plat, and Now therefore, Be It resolved by the Pollct Jury of Col- casleu Parish, Louisiana, In Regular Session convened this 7lh doy of August, 19*2, that they do hereby accept all of Eastern Drive, all of Central Drive and the North 1900 feet of Western Drive in said Rutherford Subdivision for future maintenance by tht Parish of said roads Including maintenance of drainage. It was moved by Mr. LeBleu, seconded by Mr. Musser and carried, that tht following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Bt It resolved by the Pollct Jury a» Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana convened In Reowlar Session on tht 7th day of August, J9«, that they hereby authorize Rood District No. Eight to enter Into a Joint services agreement with the Town of owa, Louisiana, whereby various streets In the Town of Iowa, Louisiana, shall b« blocktopped through tht lolnt cooperation of the Stale of Louisiana, the Town of Iowa and the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana. Bt It further resolved that this work shall be carried out under Act m of 1955 whereby all materials shall bt paid for by Road District No. Eight In accordance with said Act and all work shall bt ^carried out by Stalt maintenance forces. It was moved by Mr. Musser, s«ondfcd by Mr. Moneno end carried, thot tti* following Resolution be adapted. . R6$OUITt§*l Be if resolved by the Police Jury of Calcosleu Parish, ,Louisiana, in Reauter Session convened fhis 7fh day of August, 1982, and by tne atthortty,, vested In the Police Jury cf Cotcasteo Parish, Leuisl- Sjo, by rte Louisiana Revised Statutes 29.-M.1, Section U, that Tern Wofjon, President of Cqtcosieu parish Police Jury, Is aythertjed to execute and deliver to * w * "—" "— of America fin behott ~ J — - cotcasieu , Parish Police Jury, g Worrentv .^noting to the UniVed States of Vtmerc the foliowtnp described lands, designated as "Orlglnar Alrbas* site. Lefce Cfiorte^ Louisiana '• end described as follows-'ORIGINAL AIRBASE SITE'' Beginning ; at the Northwest corner of ns& i^f r cf Norihwest Quor * r n, rh t, r>c 5K Sci .V th M , *fl««» »' East along ft* North line of Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter ond continue East along the North line of the Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter ef Section 2-10-8, a distance ef 1983.0 feet to the Southeast corner of Lot 11 ef the Eost Brood Subdivision, In Section 2-10-I, os per plot recorded; Thence North 0 degrees 09' East, 1J92.0 feet along the Eost ffne ef said Let 11 of the East Broad Subdivision to the Intersection ef the South right-of-way line of old U. S. Highway Ne. 90; Thence South 89 degrees 52' East, 481.0 feet along the South right-of-way line of old U. S. Highway 90, fa the Infersectlan . . , can of the East line of the Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Section 2-10-8 LEGAL NOTICES ftonatly fei> each route er read enumerated 10 fh« the contract er contracts win shew the fotct stipulated cost there- 2. Th* Deportment of Highways, Its officers, enflfneers and employees jnall net be required to superintend er perform ether services Involved, in sold construction er improvement. 3. upon receipt ef certification by the Parish flOvfrmno authority In farm acceptable to the Department ef quantities ffie Deportment sholl pay to fhVfurntsh'- er ef such materials the purchase price thereof. 4. Th» Pellet Jury shall maintain all sections of routes er roads repaired pursuant fa this resolution and nefhina herein shan require the Department te main- fain ony such rorol read, bridge er culvert after fht performance ef the proposed agreement except roods included in the system ef highways maintained by the Department. 5. The Parish Governing authority er Police Jury agrees that no funds made available pursuant to this resolution and the proposed agreement shall be used for any purpose other than for the specific protect or projects definitely delineated herein. Be It further resolved that, upon acceptance by the Director of Highways of the conditions contained In this resolution, the same shall constitute the entire agreement between the Police Jury ef said Parish and the Department of Highways. It was moved by Mr. Long, seconded by Mr. Fobacher ond carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION ot a'poinTM feeT'south"of the Northeast J!* 'L rt & v , e t ty m ? Poll « Jury of Corner of said forty acre tract; Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, convened In Thence South 0 degrees 09' West, 1J92.0 Re! l ula . r ... Ses .i lon on tne 7tn day of Au- 'u e ff? la )9o2 Se t S hof n fh. n y t do hereb d y aV offic,<X- "'jhat the° R^soluflon accepting East- &?¥^^^ ui nvi wi auiu luiiy UI.IC M Ul.1 f Thence South 0 degrees 09' West, 1J92.0 feet to the Southeast Corner of Northeast ., Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Section or-.,,..,., ,,, w , u ,, wnMly ucanmeu puman: 2-10-8; of on existing public road In the Green Thence South 89 degrees 52' East, 2172 3 woo<l Subdivision In Sections 3 and 4 feet along the North line of the South Township 9 South, Range 8 West, Ward hi"ri»'rk" n» >r Holf of Northeast Quarter of Section On £ Colcosleu Porlsh, Louisiana, to-wlf: M fhat the ReMlutlon rorr.Mi n n <h . 2-10-8. to a point on said North line 497.55 Th °» the Portions of the Cul fae Sacs abandonment of o MMI™ S? ™, LJL.SS feet West of the Northeast corner of the marked ln " d " on the attached mop SubHc road In th2 fVMnwnSJi s?,h5fi?l 28 South HnK «« Nnrth»n«> oii^rt.r «• c., be abandoned to the nrnr»rt« oum.r. ni '" D i'5_.r oa 9 !" Tne . Greenwood _Subdlyls!on be abandoned to the property owners of m"Se-ctloni 3 and 7,"fown7hlp-9 •51* J 3 '.. 1 ?; ! 5 .. and J*. and .."-ots 31, 32, Range g West , Word , f be ,1^),, Ice of the Clerk of Court. > VV > TH.J! W) MIC I'Ul IIICXI9I l_UI HUf VI 111C South Half of Northeast Quarter of Section 2-10-8; i-oij u, K, 13 ana is ana LOIS 31, 32, Thence South 25 degrees 19' East, 4J72.3 o™ 33 so thot the public dedicated street feet following the West boundary of the ?' *"A ' wo referred to intersections shall civilian area to the Southwest Corner be Deduced so that the limits of the public thereof; road right-of-way shall be determined by Thence South 89 degrees 56' Eost, 1168.0 °. continuation of the existing East-West feet olong South line of the civilian area r oht-of-woy lines ond the North-S o u t h to the intersection of the West rlght-of- lnM -"'-""— "— -• "-- --•-••-- « •--• 24. That Rood District 'NO. 8 be auth- Md"TTghr-ofrwav"'shair'b'e'' 1 de'termrn{S U hS °[ i , I , edJ '? maKe P°V™n» «°r materials J continuation of the ex'stlna E«fw« V t S! Itll S d ln b ' ac , k -«oPPlna of the streets In Ight-of-woy lines and the North Vn»?h fh t T 9 wn ot ! owa ' Louisiana, with the to the intersecllon of the West rlght-of- 'fff-wa$ l!n« oMhWsHnfl^ tort Bi^l^'^ILelal'^rAld ,7nd!r way line of the Lake Arthur branch of the public roads In the area which shall In- Act 128 of 195? an P d with SiSfJfo VTinS Southern Pacific Railroad; J««ect at right angles at the two referred Cray Deiwrtment doinn oil Lil Sn iSw Thence South 29 degrees 58- East, 492.7 to Intersections and thereby abandon the prolect v?lth S^t? m2intL n ^,r. k £. S «° d r eet olong the West right-of-way line of rema| nlna oortlons of th* rni n. s/,4 pl ?l ec l. *,"." 5 l ote . maintenance crews. South centerllne of Section 12-10-8; ... .,..,, .,,>. „„, ,, M ,,,- ul .n U y nne ur 'emalnlng portions of the Cul De Sacs Lake Arthur branch of Southern Pacific to ! he oouttlng property owners and all Railroad to Ihe Intersection of the North- °f is shown more clearly In "red" on the win \.wiiitiiiiiw; wi ocvi tun ii~ iu-o> —.-—•-..•.•— r ,-~,. Thence South 0 degrees 22' East, 2193 8 . Be " further resolved that the above !et olona the North-South centerllne of description of portions of public roods Is ection 12-10-8 to a point approximately oboridoned and with said abandoned por- i57.2 feet North 0 degrees 16' West of the tlon$ referring to the abutting property center of Section 12-10-8, said point being ov * n «rs as prescribed by law. the Southeast corner of the old otrbase Be . ".further resolved that this abando-v nranertv: ment Shall sprvn nc rt /-nrrArtiAn M< M^^.H property; Thence South 2461.2 feet longatlon L. the Missouri . North 78 de arees 31' — - ...—....»., , b.*vi *b\j HIM i i MI a uuuiiuu v ment shall serve as a correction of obon- West, donrnen i previously made by the Culca- loum ss degrees 31' West, " u " mcl » previously maae oy the Culca- t to the intersection of the pro- sl , eu Porlsh Police Jury convened In Rcq- of the North right-of-way line of ular Session on the 5th day of June, 196?. >url Pacific Railroad; _ M . r . Percy F. Denlson President of the Nnrth 7fl HonraAe It' U,M*« EaSt COlCaSteil Chnmhnp Af r-nn^wiar^H ., degrees 36' West, 8194.7 feet along the North right-of-way line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, to o point 700 feet West of the East line of Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section 10-10-8; »..v.i»., iw.wv, . ---, r-- v^v«« .wbw,,w» V, nils WCI- , The . nc !u Nor l n ° de arees 34' West, 8SS P 0 " J* jot conveniently located for the thoriie'd'"Yo a'dvertiiB "fo?"ornrt»'r h? n rfi u l e . et .JP «l«.i n »rj«»!««.9? «•• North' line b«t traflcjowjn__the.Wd.E, BW area . ^&\a°. w^h'unlt pVs e'ffe'ctlvffVr ne of the Southwest Quarter of the North' ' Qua ' er ot «, "' feet North 89 degrees 58' West of ,.-.-, .^wi >iui in ur ucyi cca no VVCSI OT -• . the Northeast corner of said Southwest °" ° r «°. °' Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section E .'9^ Also i^.Jl-ffl.t-9:*" »: East,1344.1 li!^ b M C W'S&nge^ *«$tito* i*$ , . feet, to the Intersection of the north line of Section 10-10-8, at a point 700 feet South 89 degrees 57' West of the Northeast cor -, -wt.,.^^^ ^, ,,E 9 i ui me nuiinuusT cor- "77,- """-" iwmisiiy aci veu me area. Ich-wlri* u,Uh unit nri^«» «*<*~4i.Xr'*» 1 ner of Northwest Quarter of Northeast , Af » er a fleneral discussion on the mat- monTht P «* f «ctlve for t Quarter of Section 10-10-8; 'er of the relocation of the overpass or S? 4u n . «h. i K. , ^ ^ , Thence South 89 degrees 57' West, 471.9 »"« <"«ltlon of another over-pVss," w« i. n0 p TI J?i 1t «l t « r 'S h ^'' w 5y i ced fr ? nl A 1 ' feet, along the North line of Section maved °V Mr. LeBleu, seconded by Mr o>diSfinn «f « n ™,wi lw V C J ^""l" ,', or '^ e 10-10-8, to a point 165 feef North 89 de- Rosteet and carried, that the following rSwShSN? sSi,Ph Ub p Cn n l 2? d ii n w ec ," 0 5, 2 ^ greesST'^Easfof the Northwest corner of Resolution be adopted. B I ow ^ $h .'P,A,55 uf . h u'- R .? n .S eJ l 3 -.- W f. c 5 l '_Ward RESOLUTION e orwes corner o Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section 10-10-8; Thence North 0 degrees 10' East, 1319.3 feet to the intersection of the North line of Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section 3-10-8 at a point 165 feet East of the Northwest corner of South- Thence North 0 degrees 10' East. 13193 _,l'""»7— L i" .- •- —>••<—"•••'! i* .» i. 41.- :_. .,»_ r. 1 "^_ c ..- l '.. l>1 .v" J presently being constructed between Lake ma, and Iowa, Louisiana; veen the English Bayou ...... w.«.. H i., ,,fc-or Loke Charles, and the ;*" *" «>.*.»,*«, ^^, iwmuniM « uuum, Kunge Iowa Interchange at Iowa, a distance of 13 West - Ward s - De advertised for 30 •«»«• vi nib iiwi itiviE;-3i \.\fi ner ur oo_ west Quarter of Southeast Quarter, 'of Section 3-10-8, thence continue North 0 de- »,'.'» ""M"""""I?"' -•. --. ;- - -• grees 10' East, 121.4 feet; seven ml ! es - 1here 's but one proposed Thence North 32 degrees 12' West, 308 5 ?r1 erpO t $s '?u ">nnect up and serve the traf- ..» ._ .u. ......AM,^" '* .v e!>r !.- >u »- a fie using the numerous secondary roads rtfl j«]«h«r *t.4_ .c «u- '. ... es, . feet, to the Intersection of the North- South centerllne of Section 3-10-8; - —... — •....x.i .,,i u ^| OG^IIUII *j-iu-o, rilttnn^a* M i4 Thence North 0 decrees 10' East 017 s ?..7l ' na — r •"«*«•••, I^MM^W » ?n:ai, TTUIU j, ue feet to the center of Section 3-10-1; W 1 ereo ?' l he Proposed overpass Is lo- occepted, the road declared a public road Thence North 89 degrees 59' East ? fed 'W fwo mi ' es <rom the EnsHs" ° nd the deed filed In the office of th. •-,.!„ i... -,— "'.^"^y"-?? ?. y easi. Bayou Interchange but five miles from Clerk of Court. thtt IftUfn l«tnr«.k«««._. ._^ 1334.0 feet along the South lln» of ih* iL"'".' ••••?• «"-••»*» ««i m Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quorte? "VlJSSS. 'ntej-change; ond orsection S-To-rto-'he'so^east^r'r;^ Whereos,"tfT; Vr~f preponderance of lo- ^M^aMS^lL WalSe."?.? Aug. 14-21-28. .< .u. r -..^..._l. lu _" lc . ouuln . ea ?J Corner cal traffic to be served by the proposed the dedication of a public road In Sec- Quarter of Northeast Regular Session on the 7th day of August 1962, that they have no oblectlon to the LEGAL NOTICE po|1|sn 15. That ffi* rtflfW-of-wnv deed from Mrs. Mert» Odmsen, et of. for th« dedication of o ou&ltc rood in Section 27, ES5^Si¥&K ^•--pSnyrnS'-^TOo^i ''?.E? a 5.. ( ' n , d ,I n S. fl «? <1 flrM ln » h * fl "le« *hlch ore made o oorf hereof, et fnti» ef the Clerk of court. i IMC vici R. ui v.avri. 03 if VQT ny* hofPIMrt ftf i«. That the reqoesf eoneerntno the in- a pert ef the contract FMlfAtrAM At ft *>»*••!**» *ttm» AM. .*i,*.t.k Ai_»-_^' _L _^ _ .A' * *"-*•_ e IVI • UMi 111* I VU WI \*W1IVCI IHIIU (I1C II l~ U sfoitction ef a erossioQ ever the mom line ef the Southern Pacific ftoiirood at c Mite Post i«.t9 near vmton (Toemey) J Louisiana, be tabled. &&&&&&££ * lfnln of fn * P* complete within ...... calendar days frem thot date. contract shall become effective nciii mi\.uiii wi me ucuiianun or a a rain- necessary Mfn«*l n*>rivn finu* «•*. tfJUK^&SSt f l «25 w $Ut T°Sr !h(p pr ? ach S J wd^igned the same. ° ' "^ 10 South, Range I West, Ward 3, be ac- In w tness whereof, the Parti** ef fhn«n eepted and filed in the office ef the presents, hove ewrVrtffl «u*A^IESJ? , , , - cepted and filed m the office of t h e Clerk «f Court. 18. That the Parish Engineer be authorized t« borrow WSO from General principal '- due with Fund Surplus to pay maturing prin and Interest on paving certificates September 1, IMS, In accordance mm Parish Paving Prelect 1959-17 and with repayment to be mode as soon as possible. 19. Thot the Resolution abandoning or retrocedlng a portion of a public road right-of-way along the East side of Blocks 1, 2, and 3 of the Mrs. Grace Rosteet Subdivision In Section 3, Township 10 South, Range I west, Ward 3 be filed In the office of the Clerk of Court. 20. That the Resolution abandoning a Irst above „.„,.,„. CALCASIEU PARISH POLICE JURY, Loke Charles, Louisiana. Jem' 'Wot son,'' 'president Duly Authorized by Resolution C/GrcCf t •*••*.» ..*. M.vt i n\j| MIW r\cauiuHWII ui/uiiuuiiitiu u portion of o public rood right-of-way In Section 13, Township 9 South, Range 9 West, Ward 4, be filed In the office ef the Clerk ef Court. 21. That the Resolution abandoning a portion of o public street In OaK Lake Estates Subdivision No. Two Subdivision n Section 11, Township 11 South, Range 0 West, Ward 4, be filed In the office if the Clerk of Court. 22. That the Resolution accepting East rv the Rutherford Subdivision In Sections 26 and 36, Township 10 South, Range S filed In the office of . •. , ittacned plat. n,. > ,, > n o e East Calcasleu Chamber of Commerce, appeared before the Jury concerning the re-locoton of the over-pass on the Interstate Highway between Lake Charles and Iowa. Mr. Denlson pointed out that the presently proposed location of the over- . 25. That the Parish Engineer be author- zed to advertise for treated fence posts, 'orlsh-wlde, with unit prices effective for 90 days. 26. Thot the Parish Engineer be authorized to advertise for metal posts for oad signs, Parish-wide, with unit pric- s effective for 90 days. 27. That the Parish Engineer be au- Ihorized to advertise for creosoted bridge lumber, Parish-wide, with unit prices effective for 90 days. 28. That the Porlsh Engineer be authorized to advertise for tires and tubes, Parish-wide, with unit prices effective for 90 days. 29. That the Parish Engineer be au- Ihorized to advertise for concrete pipe, Parish-wide, with unit prices effective for 90 days. 30. That the Parish Engineer be au- rea. This misplaced over-pass location can not and will not serve properly the best Interest of ninety per cent of the population of S£ iuare miles In Word the one over-pass sched the most unused, out-of-the way, partially dead-ended road of the five secondary roads which formerly served the area. Whereos, Interstate 10 Expressway Is resently being constructed between Lake Charles, Louisiana, and Iowa, Louisiana; and Whereas, between the English Bayou Interchange, near Lake Charles, and the on either side of Jhe expressway for Ihls e overpass lies to the East thereof In the Quarter of Section 3-10-8; SiViT" "i'i '" '"* c Thence North 45 decrees 07' Pn«t ...5" orl °' l°wa; and --T-.r — —. —»»K"—I •"« >"«" ucviuicu > 1875.3 feet to the Norfhwesf corner of 11 Wh ? reos '.J t . ls the oplnlon of ' hls po " f, ubllc « r .l ad ,- o , nd J h ? 2 Md flled in the of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest llc ?, Jury th< ?,' an overpass relocated ex- «« ol the _Clerk _of. Court. n —i— _. ,--.,- .— . - . ."n™«i actly one mile East of the present pro — •-", ...... ii,.... t_\oi wi flic ui eaeili pro- ...M. <*vuu »*i.,ii i\.i nw. a uv UUIIIUI posed location would more adequately lzed *° negotiate for a public road right- serve local affected traffic and the resl- °f-way and boat landing site and recrea- dents of the general area, and more ode- tlonol area from Allen A 1 -'—' •-»•-- quately connect up the existing secondary South Portion of Ward 3. road system In the general area; Respectfully submitted, J^'lh^^ernlnTb'o^ o? ffi EJS W ^'^ "ISSSn &fc a e' C j a u^ the proposed overpass on Interstate 10 -- "•- '-"—'•-- -.---.- rrAKj"?. ?"»'»» Expressway between the English Bayou Interchange and the Iowa Interchange, or the construction of an additional over- Pass, to be located at a point one mile buarte7'of'Vectron"2.lb-8"ana le poinTof W b|! 5?J.X. «!».!""• E «» ."of The'pres.enVpro- ..?Z- That Road District No, 3 be author ginning. The foregoing was read and cnnsid- L" \~ '7TJ *" i ^ x -'^« uutm. unu me rcsi- r/ ••-.* *•••*• •*-«• i-uwmy «»ic UMM ICUIKU- ered, and o%ote thereon was called, wim d ^i,. 0( -11 e -A! ne .[ a L ar ^. 9N more ode- t 1 ?. 1 ??, 1 _"«9.J«P«. AHen.Alrhart In the the following results: Yeas: 12 Nays: None Absent: 2 Not Voting: President Wafson. Approved: ... . (s) TOM WATSON, Attest: Pre«ldt»nt (s) EDNA F. ROCK, President. Secretary. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded &—1' '7 TL •*"•*"*« «• « MVHU une mne by Mr. Manena ond carried, that the fol- ^it,"' th ?, F"?!!' Proposed overpass lowing Resolution be adopted. S™! 10 ^,*. 1 "? . wl11 , P.[ ace J he . overpass RESOLUTION Be it resolved by the Police Jury ot ioi^~i;;i"rrhn»«. Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana convened In nS u f,^ h 9 , ., ... Regular Session on the 7th day of Au- thP,' p l L < hrf, her . rcs °lved that o copy of gust, 1962, that they do hereby authorize SL.. ??J?~ . n 4 V 5 ".'., 1 ? th(J Louisiana ngm-ot-way nne ot interstate Tom Watson, President, to execute a o ta ™JP nP »°»hT. en D. 0 « f , "'3 hw . ays 1 nd . that ber Ten South »° Mill Street. uavu.K ui« i right-ci-way servitude between Rood DIs- SurraX O f Pnh«r"^ H" b , e , ??!,* % t he ,. 4 -Jekell Road from the Gulf Highway £™of trict No. Three ond Colonial Pipe Line ffifSSL. • Publ i c Roads, United States West to Leger Road. Senate HOW. Company granting the necessarv sen/I. u y>prtment of Commerce. C.H ,._.„• i.-.. .... ..... ,_... .... — — tude across the "property I^ Road DIs ur ™ * nResolu lon , en ,?, cted ,? nd P™** by trlct No. Three In Section 28, Township ff,^ I 5«. m h?ld n't H 1 '** P °r'h Ce , ur/ , re ? u }°J,?}l h : Ran fl e " w "»- Calcasleu Porlsh! aphis'™%°of A^usM'' L ° Ul5 ' Approved: ... . (S) TOM WATSON, Attest: President (5) EDNA F. ROCK, rresiaenr Secreatry. , c w pace he overpass three miles East of the English Bayou Interchange and four miles West of the Louisiana. It was moved by Mr. Long, seconded by Mr. Musser and carried, that the fol lowing Resolution be adopted. „ „ RESOLUTION Be if resolved by the Police Jury or Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, convened In Regular Session on this 7th day of August 1962, that they have no oblectlon to the construction of timber diverter on the Sabine River on the left descending OH WMr'Tnnn „"„',< "r'~, i"j"^'\ iE" 1 ^ ••-••• ••" — ••«•-• «.«IHIIU«.IIVMI bank approximately four (4) miles North bwina Rind n9nl ? SrfH/ rle r' 1ho , t ,, 1he J?'- Company, and sold bid was read In de- from Deweyvllle, Texas, by the Trans S?l ° n . «m.»H rf h d8e ^ C ?"l mlttee Re ' tail ln °P en Session. Continental Gas Pipe Line Corporation port ' as amended - "e adopted. Discussion was held on the bid sub- provided said work meets with the rules ""*" •*"• •-"—- — -•"--• —• "-- -—,_^ and regulations of the Department of Defense, governing navigation. It was moved by Mr. Hebert, second . ROAD AND BRIDGE COMMITTEE RE South, the of- 90 days. . 31. That the Parish Engineer be authorized to advertise for prestressed, precast concrete bridge decks 20 and 30 feet In length, Parish-wide, with unit prices ef- . 32. That the Porlsh Engineer be authorized to advertise for metal sign blanks and reflective scotchllfe sign faces, Par , , ar 5, be accepted, the road declared a public road and the deed filed In the office of the Clerk of Court. 34. That the request for the abandonment of a portion of on existing public road right-of-woy In the West Hart of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 22, Township 8 South, Range 13 West, Ward ' •-- - B -* • *days for protest. 35. That the right-of-way deed from Ralph W. Peyton, et al for the dedication of a public road In Section 22, Township 10 South, Range 8 West, Ward 3, be n ec tion 2, Township 11 South, Range 10 West, Ward 4, be accepted, the road declared a »•<«•« i HI i«iif h>Huiaiuiiu* 1. North Simmons Street from Medora Street North to Fllienrelter Road. 2. Pear Street from Kotherlne Street to . See Street. uvt. tfiicci. •* tsitj. vijiii. ^aoai^u till; Aiuuoc 3. South Cherry Street from the South Mnnrlav wnnlrl rnlipvo thom nf «•» right-of-way line of Interstate Route Num- mollud y wouia relieve Uiem 01 re- ber Ten south to Mill street. paying the money. It goes to the "enate now. -K „ ,„. , n .,«,„ ^e servicemen got subsistence WcJC SlSff,'ESSRf.^^ 3 S! f lo ™ es fr °m 1958-1961 after take Charles, Louisiana. their CG commander ruled that -Ji u^H'shwoy'iTT Graham Street government mess were not avail- 2. Elder Street from Prater Street East able, io Albert Street. i „„ ,. it"was'sf 0 t«»d thnt nn hid, u, , ^ as odve rt |sed in accordance with the Res-1 The ruling was queslioncd later ii was siarea mar no bias were received o ut ons adooted bv thp Pniir*» inru nf i » .. for the: mineral lease in Ward Two as ad- Calcasleu Parish, f oulslana on AnrM 3 • " v a general accounting office «p2 b? r re d c U eVv n e 9 d SPwIffl!.^ Ju ' Y ' «& 'SS'jWf ife &d'% & S I lcam ' The U ' S Comptroller Gen. ! t A!^&'£r£S?%AlK ^VJ^H^J-My^L^ 1 ^ 1 ^ eral ruled the payments should LtOAL NOTICE ;. 1 of , 'o *' m J he specineatiens and Proposal and with the general con- ore made a part hereof, es fully "'out Herein, and hfreby b»cem» Witness: Witness: "Party of the First Part" ' Parish*'secretary "Party of the Second Port" „.. . _ CONTRACTOR The foregoing Resolution was submitted o a vote and the vote thereon was as foiYeas: 12 Nays: None Absent: 2 Not Voting: President Watson And the said Resolution was adopted on Ihls, the 7th doy of August, 1»2. It was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded >y Mr. Fabacher ond, carried, thot the Claims Committee meeting be held Friday, August 31st, ond Regular Meeting >e on Tuesday, September 4th, due to he Labor Doy holiday. Also the Police Jury will sit as a Board of Reviews on Tuesday, September 4th ot 11:15 a.m. It was moved by Mr. LeBleu, seconded by Mr. Hebert and corrled, that Public Notice be given for bids to be received at the September meeting for : loor-coverlng lo be used In the main hall of the old Courthouse Building. Mr. Warren Hood, Attorney, representing a Mr. James T. Blackburn, appeared before the Jury regarding water and sewerage utilities In the Hollywood- Waplewood-Beverly Hills area In Ward Four. A proposal was discussed to buy f he privately owned utilities and combine them, and to create a non-profit public jtllltles to cover the entire area now being served by the separate utilities. A discussion then ensued as to the monthly charges for water and sewerage service now being charged and the charges proposed after the consolidation of the systems, the ways of raising the revenues needed to carry out the consollda- fion and the power the Police Jury would maintain over the operations of the utilities. It was agreed that a thorough study should be made of the proposal and also to determine whether the residents of the area want the change In the utilities. It was moved by Mr. Duhon, seconded by Mr. Hebert and carried, that Pres INJURY BEGINS WITH CHtCKUP DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP)Charles P. Wennerstrufn, 72, DCS Moines attorney artd former member of the Iowa Supreme Court, went td t hospital for a checkup. Doctors found Mm to ixcel- lent condition — except for the arra he fractured when h§ fell over a barricade. in a parking lot during a rainstorm on the night of his arrival at the hospital. Prison Terms Given Two in District Court Two young men received prison sentences in Monday. '. afternoon's session of Calcasieu district court and a 19-year-old girl was given a year's suspended sentence. District Judge Cecil C. Cutrer sentenced Joseph Hardy, 19, ot Calcasieu parish to a total of four years to the Louisiana State penitentiary for two separate ^indictments of forgery and theft- Billy Scott, 21, of Port P»lk was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary on a charge of aggravated battery. Scott had on July 21 been involved in a night club Scrape in which he shot Vern Thompson on —, .»v., ouv, ^,..cu, Him i-i»- the ring with a .25 calibre auto- jt n oVs W and^e a L P e 0 ^\^so^ a a d sa F c°o^ m ^ revolver, according to th« SWfe."^^'^ ^ tr^Te f lc f of the district attorney. proposal further study and report their oCOtt W3S previously arraigned finding, to the Police Jury at a later July 30, but Se n t e nC 6 W3S de- date. . Mr. Rosfeef suggested that Mr. Hood meet with the committees to help compile the Information that would be necessary to make the study before action could be taken on the proposal. It was moved by Mr. Musser, seconded by Mr. Long that the meeting ad|ourn. (s) TOM WATSON, (S) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary. August 21. President. ferred for investigation. Patricia Ann Dean, 19, of 315 Pine street received a one-year suspended sentence for the theft of $300 on July 30. Miss Dean had pleaded guilty in an arraignment on August 6. NOTICE TO PUBLIC *" ^' CU °^ °" e y efl1 ' '" ^ 6 S ^ tC Notice is hereby given that the Police penitentiary, Judge Cutrer placed ™-Twrt e e.rah. e ^°&y M of's& Mf ss Dean on probation-for two Mg^ yfars and prohibited her from on values of properly for assessment the use of alcoholic beverages, rsiSa 5 Tai\omm P i»ion. f Aii d tax y paye e rs L de: and from entering a b u s i n e s s siring to protest values fixed by the Lou- which snlrl surri hpvprnoos Islana Tax Commission must file their W ", S01Q SUCn OfVeragCS. - '- " '- ' " - She was arrested after she and woman companion allegedly ;ook $300 from a male customer in a Ryan street bar. .»»•• iun LVI I M | II J^l WI I (IIU^I | I IV IIICll protests with the Secretary of th» Police Jury on or before the date of said meeting. (2) EDNA F. ROCK, Secretary, Police Jury, Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana. -3t Claim Against Coast Guard To Be Erased IMI ma iwiianUIKUII ui cgncreie paving WAorllNCilON (AP) — Memon the following streets within the Par- bers of spvpral Cnait fnarrl unite Ish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, to-wlt: several vx>asi iiuara units Soil cement base and two Inch hot mix along the Gulf Coast may have asphalt surfoce course 20 feet wide with • j « *u u i *,«„„„/ . • i open ditches located In Ward 3 of Cal' Wiped off the books $100,000 which casieu .parish, Louisiana. fog complroller general says the servicemen owe the government. A bill that passed the House _ , August i, 1M2 To the Police Jury -. — , ,..u. b w uj ,«,,. ricuci i, aei.guu- lu me ronce jury ed by Mr. Rosteet and carried, thot the Calcasleu Parish/Louisiana following Resolution be adopted. Gentlemen: ,. RESOLUTION We/ VOUr ROQd Ond Brldaa Commlttp* >v ' **vnvi«»« «j»my nua mv iwncai unu Be it resolved by the Police Jury of met on this, the sixth day of August? l«S, 5 esf bld alld recommended that said bid Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, convened In with Mr. Bevlan Hebert, Chalmian, and be ac , ce P |ed °nd o contract be awarded Regular Session on the 7th day of August, all members present: ^na'rman, ana )o sa|d R> £ He|dt Construct | on Com . ii Miemuers present: '" au After going Into all matters brought be- P 0 ,"!' ire US, we make th* (allnu/lnn rAi-nm. Whl i-.« n Ji L i j u °Dieciion io me «ner going into all matters brought be Installation and maintenance of a M Inch fore us, we moke the following recom petroleum products pipeline under and mendatlons: 8 across the Lake Charles Deep Water chan ' ""-- 1 " endatlons: wos offered by Mr. LeBleu, duly second- 1. That the sum of «5,000 be approprl- ed _, b Y Mr< ^"O ond unanimously carried, ed for work In August, 1962. wnlcn Resolution In words and figures i uj, . , * llwl lwa »*CCH ifuicr U1UII «. in* tfwn, W | «u.s,wv ue nel subdivision the Gulf Intracoastal Wa- ated for work In August, 1962 terway, Calcasleu River — Sabine River 1. J4,4«.SO; 2. $5,882.50; 3 - I16,25000; section, at a poinf about 2.2 miles Wesf 4. $10,140.00; 5. $5,960.50; 6. $7,436.00; 7 of Vlnton Canal, near Orange, Texas, op- $8,801.00; 8. $6,064.50 /*«•««, proxlmately 260.6 miles West of Harvey 2. That Road District No. 4 be author- LO Tu'J!l Calc , a5ieu Parlsh ' ond ' 'wd to advertise for one fl) new rubber i T . h M f . t , hey ols ? have no ob l e ct |o n to the tired tractor as per plans and specific" Installation ana maintenance of a 36 tlons. Inch petroleum products pipe line, under 3. Thot the request from Mr. J. A. Law pnd across waterways in Colcasleu Par- ton, et al, for the abandonment of a por- ish, Louisiana, as follows: tlon of o public road In Section 19, Town- """ """ "™~"™ iwcwi.w; vunuis, iui a. Calcasleu River, subdivision of the f, h| P !! S 5 uln - Ran 9e " West, and Sec- f n< !I!! :rqte ,f a ^ lnfl , ll J), pr0 o eme H nts « 0 J3 ) he .'o'- Colcasleu River Pass Ship Channel; at a JL 0 ".^', Townsh'P II South, Range 12 W,"?*' re t'*'!{.'''« Porl5 ' 1 °' Calcasleu ' point about 27.9 miles above the mouth of West ' Ward 7 ' be advertised for 30 days tS^JSmiii h2« nnH h.,» t nfh h »i «,v the waterway, near Lake Charles. The lor , p i?. te . st v So I'._t t J!! t ?.'.-. bB » t - and ^ - lne . h *"?' m .! x pipe line Is to be laid at a depth of not , ^.J" 0 ',. "!? request from Fred Colby less than 50 feet below mean Tow water t? r L ne , ° b andonment of a portion of Keel across the channel section and not less ?°.??, ", ' he . Oa * Lak « Estates No. One than 10 feet below the bed on the side |" bd i vls L° nn ln , Sftec ,V, on , 2 ,i, Township 11 slopes. South/ Range 10 West, Ward 4, be ad- fa. Bayou Chouplque, at a oolnt about vecrti « d .'°. r . 30 days for prolest. 10 _n— -i ia —... -r*u ... 5, That the request from Carl Rlbbeck u. MUJVV ^llwwpll|uc, WI U UUIIII UUUU 12.2 miles above the mouth of the water , "• ±f ln " ."™L "M««I nmu wuu KIUQECK _, ..» "- U "y 0 for the abandonment or retrocedlng of a -- public road dedication on the East side J.'X'V"?' HI 1 *! vl i»ii! Il c?""1 -' «>- "— f n-.«--« - -.--.,..,_._• . bor Ten South to Mill Street t~*t. i..iiv« MWVTC IIIV IIIWUIII UI HIV WU way, near Sulphur. The pipe line Is u be laid at a depth of not less than 3 feei below the bed of the waterway by the Colonial Pipe Line Company pro u,—.—;•<"•-! vlded said work meets with the rules and West - Ward regulations of (he Departmenf of Defense, < or . PC°' e .«-, governing navigation. »•. That 1 It was moved by Mr. Hebert, seconded by Mr. Musser and carried, that the following Resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish Whereas, Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, Title 48, Sections 214, and 215 provided for certain works ana Improvements and that the Department of Highways may enter Into written agreements with Parish governing authorities for the construction and Improvement of rural moll and school bus routes and farm-to-market roads as well as other work which will reasonably further the best Interest of fhe State and State Highway System, sublect to the limitations thereof: and Whereas certain rural mail and school bus routes and farm-to-market roads (which roads are fully described, by wards on the attached sheet, with quantity, railroad destinations and type of material required for each road shown thereon, and also designated by appropriate symbol and enumerated on fhe attached map by numbers corresponding with those on the said attached sheet), should be repaired, and Whereas, the Department of Highways has allocated to this Parish the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000) for the repair of such routes and roads and e as se of the Mrs. Grace Rosteet Subdivision In 1119 i vpv'i vi tfvvii i vvv, those fully enumerated herein; and described Now, therefore, be It resolved by tht Police Jury of the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, thot said Police Jury will undertake the repair of the routes and roads enumerated herein with Its personnel and equipment and ot the expense of the Parish, provided tho Deportment of Highways furnishes surfacing material f.o.b. railroad cars at destinations shown In quantities which will not exceed the cost ot Twenty Thousand Dollar* (>2Q/- 000), sublect to the following terms and conditions: 1. The Department of Highways Will publicly advertise for bids as provided herein/ on quantities of surfacing material which will not exceed the cost stipulated and the sold Department, In order to equalize quantity and stipulated cost thereof, will Increase or decrease t h • quantity of surfacing material propor- vi inw nil «. ui ubv i^waicci tJUUUIYOIUII |M Section 3, Township 10 South, Range I ,,,••.•.—••" ""~s "J West, Ward 3, be advertised for 30 days w ^' to Leaer R™<**-- —•--'. y Soil cement base and t*j» Inch hot mix .. ,,.,. the request for the abandon- *" "" ment of a portion of First Street East of Elm Street In the Gulf Breeze Subdlvi- - sion, Section 14, Township 10 South, Range 10 West, Ward 4, be advertised for 30 days for protest. 7. That the Parish Engineer be authorized to apply for the new 520,000 State Aid In the form of road surfacing materials for the fiscal year 62-63. 8. That the right-of-way deed from Bernard S. Chlsholm for the dedication of a public road in Section 14, Township 9 South, Range 9 West, Ward 4 be accepted, the rood declared a public road and the deed filed In the office of the Clerk of Court. 9. That the right-of-way deed from James I. George Tor the dedication of a public road In Section 14, Township 9 •.•-••- •-— ... wvviivn it, iunii?inu 7 V,' ""»• %-iivi i««, L-wuiiiiuiivj, U H UCI SACI.V South, Range 9 West, Ward 4 be accept- ""J? .ty ',* of , 1wrlltl - n " ntrac l Iherofore — Jhe road declared a public road ancf *..~.-i..~ - ... deed filed In the office of the Clerk :ourl. That the right-of-way deed from les I. George for the dedication of c lie road In Section 14, Township S Ih, Range 9 West, Ward 4, be accept- the road declared a public road and """""*•« mm/ i«i una un ucnnu 01 mi j—j .,,,._. i_ ^_ .,„•:- -. *.._ _. . police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Loulsl 10. That the right-of-way deed from Mark C. LeBleu and Melayor LeBleg for th* dedication of a public road In Section 22, Township 9 South, Range 7 West, Ward 8, b* accepted, the road declared a public road and the deed filed In the office of the Clerk of Court. 11. Thot the right-of-way deed from Nellie Morrow Drake for the dedication of a public road In Section S Township 9 South, Range 8 West, Ward 1, be accepted, the road declared a public road and the deed filed In the office of the Clerk of Court. deed filed In tht office of the Clerk of Court. su- mitted and the Parish Engineer advised ««" *™ u OKIUGE COMMITTEE RE mniea ana tne parisn Engineer advised PORT, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA, the Police Jury fhat the bid of R. E. A..—> , .... Heldt Construction Company, Loke Charles, Louisiana, for the total amount of Sixty-seven Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-one and no-100 ($67,431.00) Dollars, for concrete paving was fhe lowest and . ereupon, the following Resolution was offered by Mr. LeBleu, duly second Is as follows, to-wlt: RESOLUTION Section 1: Be it resolved by the Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, act- Ing as the governing authority of said Parish that the bid submitted by R. E. Heldt Construction Company of Lake Charles, Louisiana, In the sum of Sixty- seven Thousand Four Hundred Thlrly- one and no-100 ($67,431.00) Dollars, for asphalt surface tours* 20 feet wide with •pen ditches located In Ward 3 ef Calcasieu Parlsn, Louisiana. 1. North Simmons Street from Medora Street North to Fitzenrelter Road. 2. Pear Street from Katherlne Street to See Street. 3. South Cherry Street from the South -- . e right-of-way line of Interstate Route Numer Ten South to Mill Street. 4, Tekell Road from the Gulf Highway and U. S. Highway 171. 2. Elder Street from East to Albert Street. »v.f »vrriv,i, ww»* WffM fnrv tllfctl NVI ffllA asphalt surface course 17 feet In width with open ditches located In Ward 3 of Cqicaiieu parish, Louisiana/ North of Lake Charles, Louisiana. 1. Hagan .Street between Sraham Street Prater Street be and the same Is hereby accepted and the Contract for the construction of said paving be and the same Is hereby awarded to R, E. Heldt Construction Company In Lake Charles, Louisiana, upon execution by It of written contract therofore, and the furnishing by It of the security required by law, and the President and the Secretary of the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana bt and they are hereby authorized and directed to execute a Contract with R. E. Heldt Construction Com- from Louisiana of a Up 9 cepl- ti>v t v**** >•*•*-•"! l«t« w p VIS I". I WWW QDQ ,.., deed filed In tho office of ths Clerk • v "*>* uwir vi wuivu^ivu rwu»iif uww of Court. ana, a copy of the contract mentioned —• • - - - • nKftttA r*t*Af IM i&rnnB *tv.rt /.*..._... «. ,A| */vfc"pw , www «•. fvv,,v» ft, jwmiailiu 7 MWV.I null n, *.. UBiup K.WII9II WIIIWJ Vvlll South, Range 9 West, Ward 4, be accept- P° n y <" Lake Charles, Louisiana, In ac- .j «.. 1 j—i 1 - _..•..i- . J 1 .-. cordance with, for and on behalf of the wiiu, v t-vwr vi HIV kuiiiiuu IIIOMIIVHCU above reads In terms and figures as follows, to-wlt: CONTRACT State of Louisiana Parish of Calcasleu This agreement, made Under the ruling, Ihe men would be required to pay a total of $100,177 lo the government. A committee report on the bill said the men had no reason to question their commander's decision and took the payments in good faith. It would be an unwarranted hardship to require the enlisted men to refund the payments, the committee said. Involved are enlisted personnel atlached to the Coast Guard Air Detachment stationed at New Orleans, Biloxi and Corpus Chrisli. New Shipping Line Selects Speaker For First Voyage MEMPHIS, Tenn, (AP) - The chief of the Department of Commerce's Maritime Administration, D. W. Alexander, will be principal speaker when a shipping line starls ils ship on its maiden seagoing voyage here Aug. 28. The shallow draft vessel "Ruth Ann," owned by Brent Towing Co cargo. The converted Army freighter runs between this Mississippi Riv er ports in America. and executed ••I ...... .,, t t,t,, (»*»••*) wrlQ'nQl COp* les, on this day ot ...7 In the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and sixty two (1962), by and between the Parish of Calcasleu, Louisiana, acting by and throuah, Tom Watson, President, the Party of The First Part, and har«lnnfier ri««lnnntnH ri< "Pn. trails. • vuiavii, nvaiuwii, 1117 ruiiy ui |iw noi .._.... , ..• . _. _. Port' ond hereinafter designated as "Po- 12. Thot the right-of-way deed from lice Jury," ond •cnlt GHIIs for the dedication of a pub- , , Contractor, domiciled and ... rwd In Section 24, Township 8 South, doing business In Lake Charles, LoulsU BSPJ.UKSfc *ffi*A!s SSMfeMS BaMWUft ^«rte«. h ' r " f '" ...... '"V.T "' . WWVWIWM* IMV —.w VV'ff VI HIV VVW ^ ee!9r oHlc- IJ -' C "- r —- a "- Cl -' hCI -- e?J ' '"P.'.!?- 1 '-**?K> n 8"* •« .tr« ?**:;••»» * rvw»v »vw»j vnu m» w«y uiuiivi VOTHuiiuivu V9 "'Contractor. 1 ' filed |ni the office of the Clerk of Court. Witnessed, that In consideration of the 13. ThoMlwi rlom-of-way deed from p. coy«nqnt* ?nd ooreenwitj herein con- Morgan for the dedication of a public tglned to bt performed by tht parties road* In Section 13, Township 9 South, hereto and of The poymenU hcr.lnafter R£ 19 rlJ',< W i Mt ',4 Wgrd i,M' be J K *$W ooree ?! *° b * mocl »' " » mutually agreed tht road declared a public road and fhe os follows: The Contractor shall and wilt provide and furnish all materials, equipment and »-»«"•_.. ... , .. , _, , ang turmsn an materials, equipment and u/M; Tl i Qt A h ! . rlaht -«'-way,, deed from labor and perform all tht work required, yX g "5 r > ,P° h » r y ond Jucllde East for to build, construct end complete. In a tht dedication of a public road In Sec- thorough • ond workmanlike manner •- fflJPJ'J»»?»MSL'8J?, ow ft':»¥!» U W?!'' Jh,.»o1l S factlon *of V^BMlnw^Sr iiwn i, I9WDSHIP IB opwin, t<ongt n west, mt sajijfacton of the Englnwr for tht W( £lifc ™H OC S5 le . ( h' **? W$ Fftort Parish ol Calcosleu, Louisiana, the fol- a public roao and tht deed filed In tht lowing improvtmenls: |fflct of tht Cltrk ol Court. In accordance with plans on flit In tht Negro Denies Remarks on Fining Whites WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate hearing on Thurgood Marshall's nomination to a federal judgeship developed Monday that a Detroit historian once quoted the Negro lawyer a saying "when we colored folks take over, every time a white man draws a breath, he'll have to pay a fine." Marshal] told the senators "that has never been my conviction, is not now and never will be.' 1 He added that the historian, Dr. Alfred H. Kelly of Wayne Stale University, had misquoted h i m. Kelly's comments on Marshall were in a paper Kelly presented last December to the American Historical Association meeting in Washington. The historian wrote that Marshall made Uie commenttq h i m about fines for the white peopla "in a voice of terrible intensity," but added that "a moment later his good humor and ch'arm returned." The subcommittee counsel. L. P. B. Lipscomb, read from Kelly's paper and questioned Marshall about it at the hearing. After telling the hearing that Kelly had misquoted him, Marshall said in a later elaboration lo newsmen that he often had used the sentence attributed to him, but always had explained it was said by other people, and in jest. . : 'I never have used it myself even in jest" he said, Train Derailment Which Killed Two People Is Probed WATSEKA, 111. (AP)-Authorl- ties searched today for the cause gmftwfe Flyer which killed two persons. 4uu v-unvci vcu niiiijr ucigmei . . will inaugurate regular shipping 4 , A sleeper and two coaches at runs between this Mississinni Riv- tne rear « "W Florida-bound s between this Mississippi Riv- " . * v "' r 1 uw *-wiaa-uuuuu port. Greenville, and several »; am caiTymg 91 passengers left i., .-.. »«•_..: i /i-_».__i tnfl rails Kunnnv and hnnnnoH reenvme, ana several ","' r •'" 0 ,** ».«~«'bw» •«*<• Mexico and Central tf l e ™ Is Sun , da y ^ bounce( J along the tracks for two or thre« blocks. Shower meteors are roughly The C&El's main line \va§ i uniform in size. None has been cleared late Sunday, known to reach the ground, yet al- The derailment occurred at most all are large enough to leave nearby Pittwood, about 70 miles south of Chicago. M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^MHMHHmHmm^pH Residential Mortgage LOANS for *• Building * Purchising * Remodtling Guaranty Federal Saving! I Loan AHOC. t AA DVAVTC'll nmm m*m~ —^m***m 700 RV4N ST. PH. HE Hill

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